Newly listed: Gated community Supalai Place, nestled in Suk 39 with excellent access to Sukhumvit Rd, Phrom Phong BTS, Phetchaburi MRT.
Newly renovated, condo enjoys full condo facilities, including a large pool, squash courts, and 24h security.
Newly renovated and fully furnished with access to a large outdoor pool, gym, squash courts, nearby Japanese/intl supermarket Fuji, Starbucks, and a very nice, quiet, pleasant (and safe!) neighborhood.
Gym, pool, squash courts.
Общение с гостями
Local property manager "on the ground" to assist.
Другие важные подробности
Quick tuk tuk shuttle available to and from Phrom Phong BTS Station for 50 baht.
Non-smoking, quiet (this is a nice, residential neighborhood, with a high percentage of expats (especially Japanese), guests are expected to be quiet (if you're in Bangkok on a party tour or Hangover 2 reenactment head to Nana! ;) ).
We are an expat American and Japanese couple with two kids, ages 9 and 12 (don't worry, they're quiet, well-behaved kids - for the most part anyway!), currently living in Hong Kong after 20 years+ between Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong, but still consider Japan as our long term "home". Last year, we took some time off, put our kids in an international home schooling program and traveled around the world for nearly a year, and recently returned to our current home in Hong Kong.
When traveling, for longer stays, we prefer to book AirBNB properties - a welcome change from the usual SPG/intl hotel scene.
5 things we can't live without? (some of these are for the kids - you can probably guess which ones....)
-Good security - as we'll be traveling as a family, this is #1 on our list for accommodations
-Fast and reliable internet connections (for our kids school and business)
-Good company / convenient locations
Favorite travel destinations (besides our homes, Hong Kong and Japan) - Thailand (especially the islands!), Vietnam, Cambodia, and many areas of Asia, South France, Austria, Prague, and many other areas of Europe, road trips across the U.S. (and dropping by American diners with waitresses wearing old-fashioned diner uniforms full of smiles and serving coffee), Canadian Rocky Mountains.... really too many to count.