A partner of next door’s Narai Hotel, this boutique little sister is a modern hotel that specializes in comfort and service. Catering to a younger demo than Narai, Triple Two Silom is a conveniently located spot where millennials can eat, drink, and delve out into the city with ease. Small and chic, this budget-friendly boutique is a great home base for adventures out in the city.
Sleek rooms have hardwood floors, crisp white sheets, and small couches. The windows are miniscule and as a result, the lighting isn’t great, but there is free water! Score. There are only two room types here--a deluxe and a junior suite.
Breakfast is included with the room--but just double check when you book.
Marble-laden bathrooms feature sunken soaking tubs and separate rain showers.
A quiet lobby has high ceilings and is flanked by the hotel’s two restaurants. There aren’t a lot of places to sit, so this lobby is more of a pass-through.
There’s no pool, but guests have access to the facilities at Narai Hotel next door.
Guests are also welcome to use the gym at Narai Hotel next door, but there’s no weight lifting at Triple Two Silom.
There are two dining options at the hotel. Triple Two Restaurant offers a range of international cuisine while The Mint (both indoors and out) is known for their cocktails and tapas.
Check out The Mint with indoor and outdoor seating that’s perfect as a launching pad for a night out in Silom.
Because you’re 10-15 minutes away from the nearest train station, you’ll find yourself walking a lot in this area. The hotel is located on the ever-busy Silom Road, which has a slew of restaurants, bars, markets, and more. Silom Road though is incredibly busy and there are always taxis zipping by.
World-famous chef Joel Robuchon has an incredible French spot down the street called L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon (10-minute walk). Or, if Mediterranean is more your thing, head to the Tower Club at Lebua for Sirocco (12-minute walk).
If you eat at Sirocco, stay at Lebua and check out their Sky Bar (12-minute walk) with endless views and fine martinis. Something a little wild and crazier can be found at Maggie Choo’s (9-minute walk), a Colonial Shanghai-styled bar with live music and performance art throughout the week.
WHY WE LIKE IT
This simple boutique won’t break the bank and has the added bonus of access to its sister hotel’s pool and gym next door. Nothing here will blow you away, but the rooms are sleek and modern and the hotel feels fresh--especially compared to Narai. While you’re far from the BTS Skytrain, you’re still well within walking distance to great restaurants, bars, and shopping. If you just want a simple hotel that can start you off for the night, you’ll do great here.