The official word is that Thailand is once again safe for tourists, according to Thailand Tourism, and hotels like the Metropolitan Bangkok are relieved.
To encourage travelers to once again experience the invigorating city that combines the ancient and modern in one luscious jumble, the COMO hotel has rolled back its rates to a mere $80 through July, allowing you to experience the smoothly designed rooms decorated with art by Natee Utarit, Michelin-starred restaurant, and the Shambhala Urban Escape spa.
The value: $80/night (2,600 baht) is 69 percent off regular rack rates of $260. The rate is for a City Room.
The catch: Most dates we checked actually had rates $82-85 per night.
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