Galleria 10 Sukhumvit Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
What We Love
- Fun, colorful rooms with floor-to-celing windows
- Large rooftop pool with a retractable roof for all-weather swimming
- Free shuttle to Sukhumvit Road between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.
What To Know
- Popular with a party-loving crowd
- It's a 10-minute walk to both Nana and Asoke Skytrain stations
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
From the oversize prints of Bangkok street scenes to the peppermint scent that is pumped through the air conditioning system, everything about the Galleria 10 revolves around sanuk, the Thai word for fun. And the eighth floor is where the party’s at, from sunbathing by the rooftop pool to sundowners on sofas made of polished concrete at the Leapfrog Bar and Grill.
Bed & Bath
A bold stencil drawing of Bangkok’s skyline sets the scene in every room, and curvy egg chairs in primary colors stand in front of the floor-to-ceiling windows. Colorful patterned carpets meet polished hardwood floors, and glass-topped end tables and work desks are complemented by sturdy office chairs. A sliding frosted glass door separates the bedroom and the (compact) bathroom, where intricate black mosaics continue the skyline theme. Premier Deck Rooms come with private balconies furnished with bright orange tables and chairs.
The lobby-level @g restaurant serves breakfast and a reasonably priced lunch buffet. Starting at 4:30 p.m. you can head to the eighth-floor Leapfrog Bar and Grill for tapas-style dishes and cocktails. The large rooftop pool is surrounded by jumbo purple deck chairs and has a retractable roof for all-weather swimming. The gym is on the small side, but it has cardio machines and free weights and offers views of the neighborhood.
In the Area
Close to the intersection of Asoke and Sukhumvit roads, the Galleria 10 is surrounded by shopping, nightlife and sightseeing options. Both the Nana and Asoke Skytrain stations are a 10-minute walk from the hotel, and the equally convenient Sukhumvit MRT station is located beneath the Asoke station. Visit Jim Thompson House to see how the grandfather of the modern silk industry revived this classic Thai art. It’s a great way to take in traditional architecture and design, too. Or head to the Monks Bowl Village (Ban Bat) in eastern Bangkok to see craftsman fashion eight metal strips (representing the eight fold path) into beautiful alms bowls. The Bangkok Art and Cultural Center is conveniently located in Siam Square and has an ever-changing array of movies, art and music on offer. Terminal 21 is the closest mall to the property; it’s home to a variety of Thai and international designers.
How to Get There
This is an ok hotel, the location is good with being close to BTS stations but the rooms are small I had paid for a room with a balcony with a “city view”, the rooms with the balcony are on the 2nd floor so I can’t see how any of them have a city view mine certainly didn’t and had a view of a wall of a building. Also the balcony is not nice and is not somewhere where you would want to spend time. If you’re going to stay at this hotel then I certainly wouldn’t recommend paying extra for a balcony.
Location was great, the hotel was fab, staff so friendly, food was lovely, roof top pool was awesome and for what we paid. We booked direct on the hotel site, the package we had also included 1 airport transfer, inclusive soft drinks and snacks all day plus alcoholic drinks between 5 and 7. Rooms were clean and tidy with individual music themed signs. The only thing I'd say they would need to address is the reception carpet (and that's just being picky) otherwise Fab hotel and definitely recommend 😁
There is a guy name Nong who was so damn helpfull and friendly. I really appreciate him and i wish him the best. Its a simple thing to do is to write him a compliment which i think its small thing for him
Great location, near to Sukhumvit Rd and Sky Train / MRT. Also close to Terminal 21 which is a great shopping centre and very cool. Breakfast ok, could be improved maybe.
Very good rooms, clean and comfortable. Good value form money.
An excellent choice for a few days in Bangkok!
Sorry to say but I can't understand these reviews that think this hotel is worthy of 4 stars.
The staff for the most part are very pleasant and nice. The pool girls and door men/bag handlers. But that's all I felt had going for this hotel.
Walking in your greated by a smell, not drains but like a musty not nice smell. We were in and out and everytime the smell. On arrival greeted with ice lollys which is a nice touch.
I don't know why this hotel thinks it's a music theme hotel (not why we booked) but a few stickers on a door does not make a theme hotel. For what we paid for 1 night I expected more. We opted for a club room with club benifits. The room was small and dingy. No bath as expected. Smell in the room of damp.
The Club benefits were laughable compared to other hotels. Yes the staff offered up the snacks several times which was a plate of 2 samosa and 2 chicken ball. Same choice each time. Drinks were OK. We only made 1 hour of the club time for free drinks but felt that it seemed to take a long time so we only got 3 drinks each. It wasn't worth the money paid. The 10 min massage you had to book 3 hours in advance so we just didn't bother.
Breakfast smelt unpleasant, a varied choice I guess but when I spotted fruit flies over most of the dishes I didn't feel like eating it. So had toast.
Over all dissapointed and unsatisfied.