The Imperial Queens Park Hotel Bangkok is conveniently located in the Sukhumvit area, which offers people from all walks of life with a great value price. It has a luxurious hall, several conference rooms, 2 pools, gym, massage and beauty clinic, several restaurants and an excellent service. The rooms are clean and spacious, the beds are quite comfortable and you have to pay for the internet (for a change). I was lucky to go to Bangkok in December, a few years ago. It´s a popular destination for people travelling from Japan for a short holiday (4 or 5 days). Although it´s a 5 hour flight from Osaka, it´s very cheap, and the Japanese love to play golf. Because of the time I went, in addition to the good temperature, there weren´t too many crowds of people and I enjoyed all the services without any delays or problems. In the hotel you can also hire tours to other parts of Thailand, but I still consider it better to hire free transport if you know what you want. I have included a couple of videos recorded by my friend Roberto de Peru, in which you can see what a standard room looks like and also one of the pools.
Situated roughly in the center of town, it is a good place to stay in Bangkok. While it's not so close to the old part of the city nor to the more commercial area, it's not too far from anywhere, so you can get from one place to the next relatively easy, although in Taxi or Tuk-Tuk, smile if they catch you in the monsoon rains. It has a pool, spa, good breakfast and offers 5 different restaurants for lunch and dinner. In addition, they are very attentive and pay attention to all kinds of details. A highly recommended place to stay in Thailand.
What a great location! The Holiday Inn is right in the heart of Bangkok, so it's the perfect starting point to explore the city. There are a lot of places you can reach walking but you can always take a tuk-tuk. The hotel rooms are decorated in two colors, blue on one side and green on the other. The bathrooms have glass showers and Japanese-style scales to weigh yourself. Facilities include a small but well-equipped gym, an outdoor swimming pool with sun loungers, and a well-stocked breakfast buffet. If you're a smoker, be aware that Thailand isn't going to be the most welcoming destination for you: smoking is banned in almost all places, even in hotels. Here you could only smoke in the entrance or on a small terrace.