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Bella Napoli was opened in November 2002 and within four months the place was expanded to create more dining space for customers. The first pizzeria to open on mid Sukhumvit, it has since been joined by numerous other Italian eateries in the area. Taking the BTS and getting off at Phrom Phong station is an ideal way to get there if you don't mind a 9 - 10 minute walk to the restaurant, which is located 50 metres down Soi 31. I suggest it since the parking is very limited on the soi. Bella Napoli's menu, like most no-nonsense pizzerias, is limited with only pizza, pasta and dessert selections. Nothing fancy here. I noticed that the strangely adorned penna lungha (310 baht) is one of the most ordered items. The crispy thin crust pizza came with the basic sauce of tomato and mozzarella but with feather-thin slices of parma ham hung on three bread stick poles to create a tent shape. Pizzas are not the only must-order items here. The pasta is also worth trying. Bella Napoli's pasta comes in a clay pot covered with pizza bread - the pizzeria's distinctive and smart way to conserve the heat. I had spaghetti misto mare (250 baht), which came with mixed seafood in tomato sauce, and it was delicious. Cream sauce fans will find the spaghetti with battered white snapper and artichoke cream at 250 baht delicious with the pasta perfectly cooked. The owner was born to a family of ice cream makers and caters to several Bangkok restaurants so don't miss the gelato and sorbetto at 100 baht per two big scoops. Flavors include hazelnut, crocantino, chocolate-orange, tiramisu and chocolate-mint. I recommend crocantino, made with mixed nuts, it is decadent. But if you are in the mood for tangy icy treat, go for the sorbet. Booking a table in advance is recommended but reservations are accepted only for Monday to Friday. Patrons on Saturday & Sunday are treated on a first-come first-serve basis.
Cafe' Princeton offers international and Thai buffet as well as a-la-carte, in a stylish ambiance.

The Grand Alpine Hotel is ideal for both leisure and business travelers alike. Located in the bustling Pratunam district, the hotel sits just steps away from the wrold famous Bayoke Tower - Thailand's tallest building and also a well know center of commerce.

The immediate area surrounding the hotel also offers countless shops, a large selecting of restaurant, the Pratunam night merket, and popular shopping centers including the Pratunam Center and Platinum Fashion Mall - all within distance. The Bangkok Airport Rail Link is a mere 10-minute walk from the hotel, while the Rachthewi BTS Sky Train station is 5 minutes away.

General Overview
The Raya is a newly contructed boutique hotel opening in November 2014 and offering a total of 55 rooms and suites. It's convenient location, spacious accommodations and modern amenities make it a great choice for both business and leisure travelers as well as long or short-term guests. The hotel's reception is located on the 5th floor of the building while guest rooms can be found on floor 5-8. A wide number of shopping and dining options can be found just steps away from the hotel, leaving you with no shortage of activities to keep you busy during your visit to Bangkok

Location
the Raya is located on Surawong Road in the Thaniya district of Bangkok, a bustling well know for its many restaurant and bars, shopping, and proximity to the famous Patpong night market just two blocks from the hotel. The Property is easily accessible by the Bangkok Skytrain with the Saladaeng station just a 2-minute walk away, as well as the popular Soi Thaniya, or Thaniya Road, where a number of Janpanese restaurant, karaoke bars, golf shops and more can be found.

General Overview
Putahracsa ia a boutique, trendy, spa resort in Hua Hin set amidst beautiful lush green foliage, designed for guests to relax and escapeon the sensual and quiet shores of the charming beach town yet without compromising modern luxuries and comforts.

Location
Putahracsa is located on Naeb kaehat Road, in the heart of Hua Hin approximately 200 km south west of Bangkok. The journey from Bangkok to Hua Hin can be arranged by car. From the Thonburi-Paktho Road, past Samut Songkhram, turn left onto Phetkasem Road toward Prachuap Khiri Khan. Alternatively, take the Phutthamonthon route from Bangkok and head to Prachuap Khiri Khan via Nakhon Pathom, Ratchburi, and Phetchaburi, For the more adventurous, you can catch a train from Hua Lumpong Station or a bus from the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok to Hua Hin.

1600 Phetchaburi Road, Makkasan, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Thailand
Tel: +66-2000-2444
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