M Club Lounge at the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park

One of the first things that struck me at the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park was the size of this club lounge. It’s not only large, but also well partitioned to create a bit of intimacy and avoid feeling too crowded. They even have an outdoor smokers section outside on the same floor, complete with fans, plants, and a sitting area.

The beverage refrigerators were well stocked with non-alcoholic drinks that one can have throughout the day, including coffees & teas along with cookies and mixed nuts.

Although breakfast is always much more relaxed in a lounge, it also means that the options are limited compared to the buffet breakfast which the other guests use. As M Club guests, you’re unable to choose to have breakfast at the Goji restaurant. If you are staying a few nights and would like to experience the breakfast at the Goji on the first floor where they serve the big buffet, just speak to the concierge in the M Club Lounge. They can make a special arrangement for you to have breakfast there where you can have a large spread of options.

Naturally having lounge access means you have access to the happy hour(s). This lounge access includes a complimentary bar from 17:30 to 21:30. I was impressed by this as many other lounges usually have one to two hours only. It was self-service, but sometimes the staff would come and ask you if you would like anything to drink.

Canapes and food dishes were served from 17:30-19:30. There would usually be one main dish which was enough to fill you up and other small options to nibble on. All of which were alternated for variety. In addition, they had cheeses, charcuterie, and breads. Desserts were available from 19:30-21:30 , but would often be available from earlier.

Desserts were available from 19:30-21:30 , but would often be available from earlier.

The staff in the lounge were friendly and always served with a smile. As someone who lives in Bangkok, I can already see myself going back to the Marriott Marquis for a staycation.

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  1. it doesnt look too shabby!

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    1. I think it’s definitely worth staying at. I was also told that it’s the hotel with the most rooms in Thailand.

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