If you’re looking for a hotel near Silom nightlife, here’s a hint: the clue’s in our name. Novotel Bangkok Silom Road. Yes, we are right in the heart of Silom and near all the action.
While Bangkok has a number of entertainment districts, Silom is where the fame of Bangkok nightlife began. Maybe we’re biased, but we’d say it’s first and still the best. No other area can match Silom’s variety of clubs, pubs and bars and its exciting nightlife vibe.
You’ve probably heard of Patpong. Bordered by Silom and Surawongse roads, Patpong today is known just as much for its famous night market that transforms the area every evening into a combination exotic bazaar and nightlife quarter.
But there’s a lot more to Silom nightlife than Patpong. For example, Silom Soi 2 and Soi 4 are among Bangkok’s most adventurous and up-to-date nightlife areas as far as lifestyle and music go. The sois feature a blend of stylish lounges, small cocktail bars and plenty of outdoor seating.
You might have also heard about Soi Thaniya, or Bangkok’s Little Tokyo. A street next to BTS SkyTrain – Sala Daeng Station, filled with Japanese restaurants, bars and karaoke’s.
Meanwhile, just a brief walk from Novotel Bangkok Silom Road is Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower. The setting for scenes in the film Hangover 2, this 63rd-floor venue is arguably Bangkok’s most famous rooftop bar.
When we say we’re a hotel near Silom nightlife, we mean it. As in the same building. Just downstairs in the basement of Novotel Bangkok Silom Road is spellbinding Maggie Choo’s, a 1930s Shanghai, cabaret-themed nightclub and restaurant.
Novotel Bangkok Silom Road provides free shuttle van service from the hotel to BTS SkyTrain – Sala Daeng Station every day from 8.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m., so getting to Silom nightspots – as well as to Bangkok’s many other entertainment and nightlife districts – is a cinch. In other words, yet another reason to stay at a hotel near Silom nightlife.