The hotel was in the best location for a night out in Bangkok. There are tons of shops, restaurants, and nightlife activities just outside the hotels entrance. The hotel itself felt a little outdated but still in good condition. You still need to use an actual key to get into your room, which luckily you drop off at the front desk before you leave the hotel so that you don't have to deal with carrying it around or losing it.
The hotel is in an area of Bangkok that has everything and that is not far from public transportation. Unlike other hotels in Thailand that I tried previously, the focus of hotel staff is on helping customers, making them as comfortable as possible and not on selling them services that they do not need. This alone is enough to make me recommend this hotel without hesitation.
Good value for money. Close to Sky rail to get around Bangkok and night market. Small swimming pool.
In Bangkok, there are a lot of sights to see and shopping markets/malls. Unfortunately at the sights there are a lot of scammers and con artists. Be really careful and dont trust tuk tuk drivers at the sights. Also, always ask taxi driver if they will run the meter before you get into the taxi - 70% didn't in our case and we quickly learned never to get in to those taxis. However there are still good people in Bangkok and the city does have lots of good things to find.
The hotel has walking distance to pat pong night market, bars and bts station, with a great location. It is an old hotel. So don't expect too much about the facilities. The room and batch room are in general clean and acceptable. Staff are friendly and helpful. Air conditional is a bit noisy, but not much. Overall, it is a good choice.
Traveller from Hong Kong
Our air-conditioned rooms feature satellite TV, minibar and tea/coffee-maker. Free WiFi internet connection is available …More
Stayed a night and was pleasantly surprised. A suite which was an absolute steal in a convenient location, minutes walk from mrt station, on a quiet street. Clean and comfortable I would return for more stays.
Hugging the Chao Phraya River, Silom, and Sathorn are home to the full gamut of industries. Considered part of the central business district, the area is also home to the city’s most renowned entertainment and red light area, Patpong. Other distractions include the shopping complexes of Robinson, Central, Silom, and Makro. Expect constant traffic congestion.