Chada Bangkok Hotel Editor’s Review & Visit

Written by admin on January 10th, 2014. Posted in Travel Articles

Editor’s Review

The Bangkok Chada Hotel, formerly known as the Siam Beverly Hotel, has become a popular choice for all types of traveller, from budget to business.


The Bangkok Chada has two major attractions. The first is its location in a central business district, surrounded by food, travel and shopping venues in the heart of Ratchada. Only 5 minutes’ walking distance away is Huay Khwang MRT underground station, which may be used to access other central areas of Bangkok, such as Silom or Sukhumvit in just a few minutes.


The second is its accommodation, which is spacious, spotlessly clean and offers attractive views of the city. The hotel has also recently carried out renovations, so that the rooms now look newer and more modern.

Room Rates

The room rates offer great value, one of the reasons for the hotel’s increasing popularity among guests.


Although Wi-fi Internet access is not free, the service charge is not expensive. The swimming pool, albeit not very large, is situated on the roof deck, and offers a private atmosphere, perfect for sunbathing.


Former guests were quite satisfied with the service, describing the staff as friendly, sincere and enthusiastic.

Pros & Cons

Pros Cons
  • Located in a central business district and surrounded by food, travel and shopping venues and MRT underground station.
  • Internet access is not free.
  • Guest rooms are spacious, spotlessly clean and offers attractive views of the city.
  • The room rates are very reasonable.
  • Friendly and sincere staff.
  • Editor’s Visit

    We would now like to invite travellers to visit the Bangkok Chada Hotel, although many people may know it as the Siam Beverly Hotel, as it has only recently been renamed. The main attraction of this hotel lies in its location near Huay Khwang MRT underground station, a convenient food and travel venue particularly popular with leisure and business tourists. The room rates are very reasonable and appeal to all types of traveller.

    The Hotel at a Glance

    The front of the hotel.
    The hotel’s outer appearance.

    It took around five minutes for us to walk from Huay Khwang MRT underground station to the hotel. Its outer appearance is that of a medium-scale 16 storey building on the main road. The hotel looks very new, due to recent refurbishments.

    The Lobby

    We believe that anyone who visits the lobby will be satisfied with its spacious, elegant and open design. Its modern and stylish interior decor is really worthy of more than 3 stars, especially the reception area, which we were particularly keen on.

    The Lobby Lounge and Internet area is situated in quite a secluded location, perfect for sitting down to relax.
    Wi-fi Internet access is also available for guests, subject to a service charge of 100 baht per 2 hours, not considered expensive.


    The hotel offers a total of 215 rooms, and the major attraction of the accommodation is that every room type has been renovated and designed in contemporary minimalist style, providing a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere in a reasonably spacious environment.

    The most inexpensive room type: The Superior

    The Superior is the most common and inexpensive room type. It offers an area of 30m2, simple but modern interior décor and a comfortable and spacious atmosphere. Guests may request either double or twin beds, and quite a range of in-room amenities are offered. In the past, the rooms were carpeted, but now laminated flooring is used. The benefits of laminated flooring are that it looks clean, it’s easy to clean and guests needn’t be worried about the accumulation of dust.

    The Deluxe

    With an area of 32m2, this room type offers a little more comfort, although its in-room amenities are no different to that of the Superior. Indeed, even the interior design is the same.

    The Deluxe Room (Twin Bed)

    The Deluxe Room (Double Bed)

    The Junior Suite

    This is the largest room type, with an area of 60m2 divided into bedroom and living room areas. The Junior Suite only provides a double bed, but offers a view of the city. Rooms at the front of the hotel offer a more attractive view than those at the rear.

    Junior Suite

    The Bathrooms

    Bathrooms in all room types are medium-sized and include baths. The interior design is standard, and looks simple and clean.

    Fitness Room

    Unfortunately, the hotel’s facilities are currently undergoing renovations, so the photos provided are not up-to-date.

    The fitness room is quite large and offers a wide range of exercise equipment in good condition.

    The Swimmiming Pool

    The swimming pool is situated on the top floor. Although not very large in size, the pool’s location offers plenty of sunshine and an attractive city panorama. The number of sunbeds ought to be sufficient to cater to guests’ needs.

    Swimming Pool

    The Canna Restaurant

    The Canna Restaurant is the hotel’s only eatery, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets. It is open 24 hours a day.

    We must bring our visit to the Bangkok Chada Hotel to a close; however, we sincerely hope that our review will be beneficial for tourists looking for a place to stay in the heart of Bangkok. Most importantly, we would like to thank the Bangkok Chada Hoteland hotel staff for allowing us the opportunity to visit, assisting our tour, and providing much helpful information. If we have printed any erroneous information, we apologize in advance.