Kokotel Surawong – The Best Family-Friendly Hotel In Bangkok


Kokotel, a new bed and cafe concept hotel opened in Bangkok. Kokotel is an affordable family-friendly hotel located in the heart of Bangkok.

Kokotel Surawong is like a paradise for children because of entertaining area located on level 2. The entertaining area is divided to playroom, where those little people could play with the toys, and TV room, where they could watch some interesting kid’s shows or cartoons. For the children there is also one more thing that Kokotel Surawong has to offer. The spiral slide is located on level one and that’s where children would probably smile the most. Besides the entertaining are and the spiral slide, Kokotel Surawong has 40 guestrooms featuring private rain shower, toilet, LED TV, mini fridge, toiletries, in-room safe deposit box and, of course, free Wi-Fi.

As most of the hotels, Kokotel Surawong has 5 room types which could perfectly fit the needs of the visitors. There are: single rooms, twin rooms, queen rooms, triple rooms and quad rooms (featuring bunk bed and 2 single beds).

If the entertaining area and spiral slide are children’s favorite part of Kokotel Surawong , then Café @ Kokotel Surawong is definitely the favorite one for the adults. Café @ Kokotel Surawong is located on level one and there is where all the visitors could get snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks which are available 24/7. Breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner are served from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday. All the dishes are super delicious thanks to the dedication of their master chef from Singapore who uses some of the finest ingredients in order to craft such a delicious food for the guests.

Address: 181/5 Surawong Rd. Suriyawong, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Phone: +66 2 235 7555
Website: http://www.kokotel.com






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Kristina is a 21 years old student of Faculty of Arts, department of Philology. When she was 17 she left her home country, Macedonia, and moved to Bangkok, Thailand which she thinks is her home. She has been in Bangkok for 4 years now. She fell in love with Bangkok because of its seductive charm and diverse culture, as she says no other city in the world has. Her passion for writing and her enthusiasm and knowledge of Bangkok's lifestyle got interlaced which later made her way to Bangkok Expat Life.


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