How do I get from Bangkok airport to Novotel?

Only Novotel is situated right next to the airport terminal. A leisurely 5 minutes stroll via the air-conditioned underground walkway or a short ride in the 24 hours complimentary shuttle van service from gate 4, arrival level at the terminal. Easy access to the city centre by 23 minutes trip via the Airport Rail Link.

Is there sleeping pods in Bangkok airport?

Located in Suvarnabhumi Airport, Avagard Capsule hotel offers direct access to check-in counters and other airport facilities. All sleeping pods include free WiFi. The capsules feature a queen-size bed, quality bedding and a sleep ambient control system.

Is there a smoking room at Bangkok airport?

Airports of Thailand announced that from February 3rd, 2019 all smoking rooms inside the six major international airports will be closed. Smoking rooms at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport, Bangkok Don Mueang airport, Phuket airport, Chiang Mai airport, Hat Yai airport and Mae Fah Luang Chiang Rai airport will be closed.

Can you buy a sleep pod?

Relaxman. The famous anti-ageing clinic Biotonus recently took the sleep pod to the next level with its relaxation pod, Relaxman, now available for purchase on Amazon. At US$89,995, it might be worth it for the years of sleep you’ll regain.

How do I get from BKK to DMK?

The trip from BKK to DMK can take anywhere from 50 minutes to 2 hours, depending on traffic conditions. Free shuttle bus departs from the 2nd floor of Suvarnabhumi Airport (Arrivals Level), outside the door 3. At Don Muang Airport passengers are dropped off at the upper floor (Departure Level).

How do you use Chiang Mai Songthaew?

Songthaew literally translates in Thai as ‘two rows’. When you use one, you’ll see that inside, the car has two rows facing each other to sit on. There are no seatbelts, only bars to hold on to and the entire back end is open with no door. Chiang Mai old city runs as a one way system.

Does Suvarnabhumi have smoking rooms?

Smoking at airports has become increasingly burdensome, and Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport is no exception. The international airport has no less than 18 smoking rooms, although we never manage to find more than one. Likely there are many lounges for first class and business class passengers that allow smoking.