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Downtown Bangkok Hotel Awarded 2014 Traveller's Choice From TripAdvisor

Mayfair, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments Only Area Hotel Noted for Family-Friendliness

BANGKOK, THAILAND -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- Now in its 12th year, TripAdvisor's annual Traveller's Choice awards highlight the best in the world of hospitality and travel. Among the latest winners for the 2014 awards is the Mayfair, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments, which ranked in top 25 hotels for family over several thousand hotels in Thailand.

This Bangkok hotel near Skytrain station was the only in the city to be recognized for its family-friendly features, including a kids' area and saltwater rooftop pool at the 24-hour health club, plus a wide variety of kids menu at Mayfair Bistro.

Hang around in the lobby long enough and you will see a family-like familiarity between guests and staff as they exchange greetings and share jokes with each other. This kind of treatment is perhaps typical of the warmth of Thai hospitality but rarely evident to such a familiar degree in many of the other well-known luxury hotels.

"This award is a great honor," says Supap Sirins, General Manager of this Bangkok city Centre hotel. "Our team works tirelessly throughout the year to provide guests with the best experience possible. We are delighted that our guests truly experience our brand and its service, family-oriented facilities, and our professional team of staff."

Award winners are determined by evaluating reviews and opinions from TripAdvisor users around the globe. "We're excited to recognize the world's best properties based on the opinions of those who know them best," Barbara Messing, Chief Marketing Officer for TripAdvisor, says. "For those seeking inspiration for their 2014 travel planning, this list of spectacular accommodations that received 2014 Travellers' Choice awards is a perfect place to start."

This hotel in Bangkok city centre receives plenty of praise from the TripAdvisor community, illustrated by its most recent reviews. Renman59 noted "It has a great atmosphere as soon as you walk in the door. The staff are very professional and go out of their way to always help you and the facilities they have are fantastic." JamesPAB says, "Every time I stay in Bangkok this is the place for me. Quiet, spacious, comfortable and great staff kind of says it all... Top place to stay in the city."

Read more rave reviews on TripAdvisor, and discover what makes this hotel a traveler favorite by visiting the website.

About the Mayfair, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments
At Mayfair, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments, an extended stay doesn't mean sacrificing comfort, style or service. Located in a prestigious residential area of the business district, near shopping, restaurants and markets, this hotel is a top choice for both business and leisure travellers. Elegant one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments offer a dedicated office area, safe, large LCD TV, DVD player and high-speed Internet access. Guests also enjoy the convenience of a fully equipped kitchen with grocery delivery service, daily maid service and 24-hour security. Those who'd rather leave the cooking to someone else can dine with friends or colleagues at this Bangkok hotel's Mayfair Bistro restaurant, offering all-day dining, or head to the 25th floor Bar M for cocktails and panoramic city views. Relax at the 24-hour health club, featuring a rooftop saltwater pool, spa and kids' area, or take a stroll in nearby Lumpini Park, Bangkok's first public park. With the Skytrain nearby, exploring top attractions including Erawan Shrine is easy, and those attending meetings in the hotel's boardroom can arrive without the hassle of facing traffic.

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Phanthippa Supanakorn
Mayfair, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments
60 Soi Langsuan, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
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