This city accommodation at The Royal Saladaeng with three bedrooms and three bathrooms features modern minimalist designs in its 150 square meter spread. Nestled in a luxurious high rise in Bangkok's CBD, this fully furnished unit best for leading Thai families and expats is now available on freehold. Finely engineered wood floors, white walls, and recessed lighting are the norm in this condo rent while full length glass casement windows usher ample natural light and ventilation. The combined living and dining areas hold a lilac sectional sofa, coffee table, shag rug, home entertainment system, floor lamp, a six-seater dining table, glass-framed serving console, and various wall prints. A European style kitchen comes with countertops, cabinets and drawers, cupboards, shelving, dual sink, and top-of-the-line cooking appliances while an annexed laundry area equipped with two washing machines. King size beds, wardrobes, and freestanding furniture bedeck the bedrooms while the bathrooms in high grade tiling are fitted with showers encased in transparent glass and superior sink vanities. A relaxing balcony offers breathtaking panoramic views of Bangkok's skyline and Lumpini Park.
Facilities include 24-hour security with CCTV, lobby and reception, parking, swimming pool with lounge, sauna/steam room, fitness gym, table tennis sport amenity, kid's playroom, meeting room, and a lush garden.
Location of this city accommodation at The Royal Saladaeng is between Silom and Sathorn roads, walking distance to Saladaeng BTS station. Various restaurants and business establishments along with Central Silom, Lumpini Park, and Bangkok Christian Hospital are all accessible.
Silom has the advantage of access to two mass transit systems: the Skytrain, with stations at both Sala Daeng and Chong Nonsi in the neighbourhood, and the subway, which has a Silom station at the mouth of the soi. This makes it relatively easy to get anywhere needed in Bangkok, plus there are all the normal options of bus, motosai and taxi.
This neighbourhood is part of a large business district, and most folks that live here do so because they also work in the area. Most of the office buildings are on the first half of the soi, which is bisected by Narathiwas Road. This first half also has plenty of retail, with a handful of malls and scads of street vendors. On Sundays the government closes the road off to vehicles and Silom becomes a walking street filled with food, clothes and goodies.