With many restaurants and businesses nearby, the conveniently located Marriot is also around the corner from Nana Plaza, one of the city's biggest red-light districts, which might turn some people off as much as it turns others on. Rooms have the standard amenities, with firm beds that make for a good night's sleep. It's worth a few extra baht to stay on the executive floors, which have a separate lounge with complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails. The fitness center is superb, with saunas and the latest equipment. Restaurants include Man Ho, serving Cantonese fare; the White Elephant, specializing in Thai favorites; and the New York Steakhouse.