The charm of the Far East occupies an urban corner of Bangkok’s Chinatown, where visitors can rest their weary feet on Chinese silks at the historic Shanghai Mansion hotel. Built in 1892 and painstakingly restored, the 76-room boutique property resembles an elegant upper-class sanctuary with plush, velvet furniture, spiral stairways, and hanging lanterns that cast deep shadows on the vibrantly colored décor. With rates starting from a mere $123 per night (3,630 Baht of Thailand – fluctuates with exchange rate), the Welcome to Three Nights Fab package includes two massages, a cultural tour through Chinatown, an “all you can eat” dinner at Cotton restaurant, complimentary daily replenished minibar, daily breakfast, free WiFi, and more.
THE VALUE: Shanghai Mansion offers an ideal location to explore Bangkok’s attractions, like the Temple of the Golden Buddha, Erawan Shrine, Little India, and so much more.
THE CATCH: There is a three-night-minimum stay!
THE DETAILS: Visit Shanghai Mansion’s Special Offers page to book the Welcome to Three Nights Fab package. Travel through March 31, 2011.
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