Superior Room
Superior Rooms are located on floors 4 to 9 of the hotel and offer solid, no-fringe accommodation of excellent value. These rooms are the ideal option for budget travelers or those on a short stay in the city.
Amenities
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV (Thai, English, French and German Channels)
  • IDD telephones
  • Private bathroom with bathtub or shower
  • Individual air-conditioner
  • Connecting rooms available
  • Choice of Double or Single beds
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Coffee & Tea making facilities
  • Complimentary Bottled drinking water
  • Digital in-room safe
Deluxe Room
Rooms in traditional Thai style with modern designed bathrooms, our Deluxe Rooms are located on the high floors 10 to 13 and come with either park view or city view.
Amenities
  • Choice of Park View or City View
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV (Thai, English, French and German Channels)
  • IDD telephones
  • Private bathroom with bathtub or shower
  • Individual air-conditioner
  • Bathrobe and Slippers
  • LCD TV
  • Connecting rooms are available
  • Choice of Double or Single beds
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Coffee & Tea making facilities
  • Complimentary Bottled drinking water
  • Digital in-room safe
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Pinnacle Room
Individually designed Boutique style hotel rooms on the top floor of the hotel
Amenities
  • Choice of Park View or City View
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV (Thai, English, French and German Channels)
  • IDD telephones
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • Individual air-conditioner
  • Bathrobe and Slippers
  • LCD Tv and DVD Player
  • Connecting rooms are available
  • Choice of Double or Single beds
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Coffee & Tea making facilities
  • Complimentary Bottled drinking water
  • Digital in-room safe
Junior Suite
In traditional Thai style with separate living and bed room located on high floors 11, 12 and 13.
Amenities
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV (Thai, English, French and German Channels)
  • In-House video channel
  • IDD telephones
  • Private bathroom with bathtub or shower
  • Individual air-conditioner
  • Bathrobe and Slippers
  • LCD Tv and DVD Player
  • King Size Bed
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Coffee & Tea making facilities
  • Complimentary Bottled drinking water
  • Digital in-room safe
Presidential Suite
In modern design with spacious separate living and bed room, our Presidential Suites are located on high floors 11, 12 and 13. The rooms are bright and airy with lots of space. In this room you will have a panoramic view of Bangkok and Lumpinee Park.
Amenities
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV (Thai, English, French and German Channels)
  • IDD telephones
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • Individual air-conditioner
  • Digital in-room safe
  • Connecting rooms are available
  • LCD Tv and DVD player
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Coffee & Tea making facilities
  • Complimentary Bottled drinking water
  • Bathrobe and Slippers
Pinnacle Suite
One of its kind, the spacious Pinnacle Suite is outfitted with a modern boutique design, has separate living area and bed room and is located on 14thyou will have a panoramic view of Bangkok and Lumpinee Park.
Amenities
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV (Thai, English, French and German Channels)
  • In-House video channel
  • IDD telephones
  • Private bathroom shower
  • Individual air-conditioner
  • Digital in-room safe
  • Connecting rooms are available
  • LCD Tv and DVD player
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Coffee & Tea making facilities
  • Complimentary Bottled drinking water
  • Bathrobe and Slippers
Facilities & Services
FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICES
  • Coffee Shop
  • Lobby Bar
  • 24 hrs Room Service
  • Rooftop terrace service
  • OTHER FACILITIES
  • Outdoor Roof Top Jacuzzi
  • Fitness Center
  • Sauna
  • Limousine & Tour Services
  • Coach & Car Parking
  • Minimart in the Hotel Lobby
  • Business Center
  • Internet Station
  • Safety Deposit Boxes
  • Laundry & Dry Cleaning Services
  • Internet Stations free of charge in the Lobby
MEETING FACILITIES
Maitai 1 : 100 persons (Classroom Style)
180 persons (Theatre Style)
Maitai 2 : 30 persons

Location & Map
Latitude: 13.7234599707293
Longitude: 100.54829120636
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    Hotel Address

    17 Soi Ngam Duphli, Rama 4 Road, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

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    Contact

    Tel: (66-2) 287-0111 to 21
    Fax: (66-2) 287-3420
    E-mail: lumpinee@pinnaclehotels.com
    http://www.pinnaclehotels.com

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    Nearby

    Subway - 150 meters
    Sathorn Road - 1 km
    Lumpinee Park - 1 km
    Skytrain (BTS) - 2 kms
    Silom Road - 2 kms
    Railway Station - 4 kms
    Airport (Don Muang) - 25 kms
    Airport (Suvarnabhumi) - 20 kms


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Attractions
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Ancient City
Just outside of Bangkok in Samut Prakan province is the Ancient City, a spacious historical theme park that provides a good option for a day's getaway from Bangkok. Featuring replicas of many of Thailand's most important historic sites, The Ancient City is quite large, covering some 320 acres of land and is commonly billed as 'the world's largest outdoor museum'.

The Ancient City features 109 replicas of famous monuments and architectural attractions in Thailand. The considerable expanse of Ancient City is shaped to replicate the basic geographic locations of Thailand itself and the monuments are placed roughly according to where they are located in Thailand. The reproductions in Ancient City are accurate, with their construction having been overseen by experts from the National Museum, providing visitors who may not get a chance to see all of Thailand's architectural attractions with an impressive sampling of what they're missing, and in some cases wonders that no longer exist. One of the more impressive works in this regard is the recreation of the former Royal Hall of Ayutthaya, which was destroyed by the Burmese in 1767.
Chao Prayah River
Formerly the primary transportation hub in Bangkok, residents of the city still use water taxi’s to commute. For visitors it is possible to charter long-tail boats for canal tours or book dinner cruises to experience the river views by night while dining. Chao Prayah can be reached at BTS station Saphan Taksin.
Chatuchak Market
Get lost among the 15,000 stalls of Bangkok's Chatuchak market Every weekend the Chatuchak market comes alive in Bangkok, and it is absolutely huge. If you are a keen bargain hunter you will be in your element here: the seemingly endless labyrinth of shops and stalls would defeat all but the most meticulous and determined shopper. There are around 15,000 shops in the market and once you get stuck into the browsing you can soon become overwhelmed by the sheer scale of the place. It's become a tourist attraction in Bangkok and well worth a visit even to simply window shop and people watch!
Chatuchak Market
Chinatown Bangkok or Yaowarat was started when King Rama I decided in 1782 to establish the capital on the eastern bank of the Chao Phrya River. The Chinese immigrants who were originally settled in what is now the Grand Palace had to move out to a strip of land two km. down the river. Over the years the settlement grew. Today Chinatown Bangkok or Yaowarat covers a square bounded by Phadung Krung Kasem Canal to the east, the Ong Ang Canal to the west, Luang Road to the north and the Chao Phraya River to the south, an area of about 2 sq km.

The casual visitor to Chinatown would probably only have the time and energy to cover the main street Yaowarat Road where most of the activities are concentrated. The other road of interest is Rachawong Road which is off Yaowarat Road. If you are coming to Chinatown by road the most convenient way to start your tour of this Bangkok legacy is to take the underground to the Hua Lam Phong underground station located on the eastern bank of the Phadung Krung Kasem Canal. Yaowarat Road, the main street in Chinatown Bangkok, was built in the reign of King Rama V. The crowded street winds through the bustling heart of Chinatown like a mythical dragon rearing its head at the Odean Gate, an auspicious sign to the residents.
Erawan Museum
Seldom on the tourist itinerary but certainly worth a stop on your way to the Ancient City, this bizarre giant three-headed elephant on a lofty plinth took 10 years to finish and has become a local merit making icon. The interior of the plinth is fabulously decorated with complex Buddhist and Hindu symbolism, the personal indulgence of the same man who developed the Ancient City and Pattaya's remarkable Sanctuary of Truth.
Floating Market
The Floating Market is a favorite with tourists. The Floating Market gained world-wide recognition after it was used in a legendary James Bond scene. It was here that Roger Moore zipped around in a souped-up longtail boat evading crooks and wowing cinema-goers around the world. Today it is a major tourist attraction in the Bangkok area despite being remotely located in Samut Songkhram, an hour's drive southwest of the city.

Situated at Damnoen Saduak, the Floating Market (of Bangkok) is made up of a number of small canals which are patrolled by small boats piloted by crafty ladies always ready to sell their wares and jockey for position with their competitors. The market is hot, sticky and busy; but an amazing amount of fun! You also have to get up really early to experience it at its best.
Grand Palace
Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace together are probably the number one tourist attraction in Bangkok, and hence probably in all of Thailand. If you are only going to see one sight in Bangkok this should be it - the stunning grandeur of the temples inside the complex is unforgettable.

The grounds of Wat Phra Kaew actually comprises of many 'wats' (Buddhist temples), all of which are superb examples of classical Thai Buddhist temples from the current Rattanakosin style era. Polished gold stupas rise up among ornate pillars and roofs which are studded with small mirrors and cut glass, which on close inspection has the appearance of an intricate mosaic, but from afar simply glitters and sparkles. The chief attraction here is the Wat Phra Kaew itself, or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, which was erected in 1782. This is the most sacred temple in the complex and Buddhist ceremonies are often held here. Adjacent to it is the Grand Palace - one of several Royal residences.The Emerald Buddha is perhaps the most revered and valued Buddhist icon in all of Thailand and attracts thousands of tourists and Thai pilgrims every day. In fact it is rather diminutive in size, measuring just 75cms in height and isn't actually made of emeralds, but rather jade or jasper. It also has a rather tumultuous background.
Jim Thompsons House
This is an extremely popular tourist destination in Bangkok, conveniently located near Siam Square, but tucked down a lane beneath the National Stadium BTS station. The property features the home of legendary businessman and pioneer in the silk industry, Jim Thompson. The property is home to a series of traditional Thai houses that were a venue to many legendary social soirees during the 1940s and 50s. There is a large amount of information here, as well as some truly amazing pieces of art. An adjoining museum allows visitors to purchase all manner of top-quality silk.
National Museum
This is without a doubt the most important of its kind in Thailand. Thailand's first museum, was originally established under the reign of King Rama IV, who used the building as a place to house his extensive private collection. It also served previously as a the Privy counselor's residence beside the Grand Palace on the edge of the Sanam Luang ground. The museum is now home to the finest collection of art and historical displays in the region. All the exhibits contain English information and the guides and staff are always helpful and friendly. Some of the highlights include a wonderful display of ancient musical instruments and some incredible wood carvings and statues from throughout Thailand history. Several free tours depart daily from the entrance.
Night Markets
Patpong Night Market is very popular with tourists. Situated within the notorious district of Patpong, a place of sex shows and go-go bars, the Patpong Night Market is full of stalls selling fake designer goods at rock-bottom prices. Bargain hard and visitors can bag themselves a very cheap 'Rolex' watch or 'Armani' handbag. The ds here are of decent quality but tend not to be the real thing. You will unfortunately be on the receiving end of some hard sell in this area, both from stall owners and proprietors of the notorious bars whose glittering neon lights dominate the landscape.

Khaosan Road, traditionally famous with backpackers, is packed in the evening with little shops and outdoor bars. It is also known from the movie “The Hangover: Part 2”.

Located by the Chao Phraya River, Asiatique the Riverfront offers a more upscale take on the night market, with old docks formerly used by the East Asiatic Trading Company which have been recently modified and renovated into shops and restaurants.
Prasart Museum
Home to a huge collection of historic artifacts. Thailand's history is traced from the pre-historic to the Bangkok periods. It is however located some way south of the CBD in Bang Kapi. Set in lush gardens it has an excellent collection of Siamese and Colonial era artifacts and luxuries.
Suan Pakkad Palace
Tucked away on a peaceful little oasis in central Bangkok is the former palace of a Nineteenth Century royal and today houses an odd collection of Thai artefeacts the most interesting being the Thai traditional musical instruments of Prince Paributra. It's another example of typical regal Thai houses of the era and the easiest of those on offer to get to in Bangkok.
Vimanmek Mansion Museum
Located within the Dusit Palace compound and is the world's largest building constructed from golden teak. This three-storey building contains a wealth of incredible architecture and art and is a true rendention of how the Thai monarchy lived at the turn of the twentieth century. Amongst its 81 rooms are some fine examples of Thai art and furniture. In some of the nearby buildings, guests can witness a collection of King Bhumibol's photography and Queen Sirkit's collection of rural handicrafts.
Wat Arun (The Temple of the Dawn)
Wat Arun or Temple of the Dawn is name after the Indian god of the dawn, Aruna. The riverbank Landmark is opposite Wat Po and diagonally opposite the Grand Palace. It is Best Known for a porcelain encrusted 79 meter high central pagoda which sparkles in the sun. The Prang adopted mixed influence from both Khmer and Thai but uses Chinese porcelain and tiles for decoration. Indeed, the sight of Wat Arun's Prang is amazing both day and night Every now and then, Wat Arun would have light and sound presentation. The show starts every 15 minute during the night. The show brings up different perspective of the already beautiful Prang.
FAQ
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Can the Hotel Provide Airport Transfers?

Yes, arrangements for private Airport transfers can be made at Tour Desk in the lobby. You can also pre- arrange any transfers by email prior to your arrival by writing lumpinee@pinnaclehotels.com. Please state your flight number, arrival date and time. Upon arriving at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, please clear immigration and custom formalities and turn right in the arrival hall. The designated Meeting Point at the airport is in between the revolving doors number 4 and 3. The driver will carry a sign on which your name is printed on. Please do not pay the driver any expressway or toll way fees nor the fare for the trip.

Is there an ATM Machine near the Hotel?
Yes, an ATM machine is located nearby the hotel, on the corner of Rama 4 road. The ATM machine is operational for 24 hours and allows you to withdraw cash from your bank account in your home country per your own atm card and via credit card. We would like to inform you, that charges, depending on your own bank, will apply, either a fixed amount or a percentage of the amount withdrawn. That is a normal fee any bank or credit card company would take and not specific to the location of the machine on our property. The screen language can be switched to English.
When is Check-In and Check-out Time?
Check in time is after 2.00 p.m. Check-out time is 12 noon, irrespective of the time checked in.
Does the Hotel have a Business Center?
Our Internet Desks, opposite to the reception, offer 3 computers set up and email sending and receiving service with compliments of the hotel, but limited to 30 minutes use per room per day. From here you can also print your documents for a fee.
What Credit Cards does the Hotel Accept?
The following credit cards are welcomed by Pinnacle Lumpinee Park Hotel: Amex Travel Rewards, American Express, Visa, Master Card and JCB. Other Credit arrangements should be made well in advance of check- out.
Does the Hotel offer a Currency Exchange?
Yes, foreign currencies may be exchanged for Thai Baht at the Front Office Cashiers in the Lobby. Current exchange rates are posted. Prior to leaving the kingdom of Thailand, you may exchange remaining Thai Baht into your country of origin's currency at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Please be informed, that partial exchange of high denomination notes is not possible, not at the hotel nor at any bank. You will always receive the corresponding exchange amount in Thai Baht with no partial change given back in your original currency.
Does the Hotel ask for a Key Deposit?
While you check in, you will be asked for a deposit. This can be done by providing us with your credit card (an online credit check will be done) or by providing us with a cash deposit in local currency. This is practiced internationally and serves the hotel as security for unpaid bills. At the end of your stay, we are happy to pay back the deposit paid or pay back the balance of the deposit against any charges made against your room folio. Any credit check on your credit card will be reversed during your check our process.
What is the Voltage of the Electricity in Thailand and can I borrow an adapter?
Electrical current is 220 volts, 50 cycles. 2 pin sockets and plugs. A limited amount of adapters are available at the reception.
How many Guests can Stay in the Room?
The hotel allows per room 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children. All of such guests need to be registered upon check in. The hotel will apply a charge automatically should additional person(s), other than registered, stay in your room. The Hotel may reserve the right to deny additional guests access to the room.
Does the Hotel offer Late Check-Outs?
Yes. Please contact the reception if you want to stay in your room after the regular check out time of 12.00 (noon). Provided that your room is not needed for arriving guests, you can stay in your room until 6 p.m. against the charge stipulated by the hotel. A stay after 6 p.m. will have a full rate charged to your account. Please make arrangements one day prior to your departure. Please be advised that late checkout requests during weekends and high season may be difficult to accommodate due to the number of arrivals during these days.
Does the Hotel offer a Laundry Service?
Yes, Pinnacle Lumpinee Park Hotel offers same day service for articles handed in before 10.00 a.m. Items handed in after 10.00 a.m. will be returned the next day. Please call Housekeeping to have your laundry collected.
Does the Hotel allow Pets?
We would like to inform you, that we do not allow any pets on the premises nor in the hotel rooms. We reserve the right to refuse admittance to the hotel or to request your departure should this policy be violated.
Does the Hotel allow Pool Day-Visitors?
Yes. Outside visitors need to register at the Reception Desk on the ground floor. We are happy to provide you with a sun-lounge, cushion and towel at a rate of Baht 500 and a deposit of 1,000 Baht per day per person. If a person fails to register, the above charge will apply automatically.
Does the Hotel have Room Safes or Safety Deposit Boxes?
Yes, our hotel rooms are equipped with in-room safes. Please be informed, that the hotel will not be responsible for any loss of items placed in the in-room safes. Additional, safety deposit boxes are available free of charge at the reception.
Can I weigh my Luggage before Departure from the Hotel?
Yes, we are happy to provide a scale to control the weight of your checked-in luggage at the reception. Kindly observe your airline's regulations, excessive luggage is being charged at exorbitant amounts.
What is the Hotel's Smoking Policy?
Due to the non-smoking law, which came into effect in February 2008, we are obliged to declare all of our rooms non-smoking rooms. We instead welcome you to smoke on the terrace outside the lobby, or in the pool area located on the 14th We would like to inform you, that the same penalties will apply for smoking in the public when smoking in your room, should a complaint arise (Baht 2,000-20,000). Furthermore, should the non-smoking request inside the room not be honored, our room maids are advised to report such habit to the management of the hotel, who in return will initiate a general and thorough cleaning of the hotel room (curtains, mattresses, pillows, skirting, etc. The expense for such will be billed to your room. floor.
Where can I arrange Tours and Excursions?
A Tour Counter is located in the lobby. Please contact them for any trips or excursions you wish to make.
Can I bring Visitors to my Room?
Yes, however all unregistered visitors are requested to leave the guest room before 11.00 p.m. - each overnight visitor has to register at the reception with ID card or passport. The passport or ID card will be kept at the reception until such time the visitor leaves the hotel. A copy of the passport/ID card is taken kept for future reference. - A double occupancy surcharge will apply for each visitor, regardless if the visit takes place during the day or night. - The hotel declines any responsibility for any loss of items from your room. - The hotel reserves the right to refuse access to the rooms for visitors and will not give reasons for such decisions. - Should the registered guest fail to register the visitor, the hotel reserves the right to charge the visitor fee and to charge any penalty the hotel received from the local government and may request the guest to vacate the property should this occur more than once. - The hotel complies with laws rules and regulations of the kingdom of Thailand. Any visits to hotel guest rooms by underage visitors are strictly forbidden. The "not knowing" excuse will not apply. The hotel will report any violation of such with police immediately, regardless of the time of the time such visits are discovered or observed on the hotels CCTV system.
Does the Hotel offer Wake-up calls?
Yes. Please call the operator to request your wake up call. Should you need any early breakfast or packed breakfast, please inform the reception a day in advance.
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