The stay was pleasing, we were happy with staff friendliness. The hotel is grand in its internal facade and its size. The area was fairly good with access to the local river taxi or taxi or tuk tuk for transport. Plenty of things to do without been right in city centre.
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Located in a government and commercial district of western Bangkok, this 11-story hotel sits above 10 stories of retail and …More
Was very comfortable for the short stay, didn't know what to expect from the pictures, i thought it looked more pleasing in person than from the pictures. The bed was very comfortable and really nice size washroom. Staff booked a floating market experience for us.
Nice, clean little room just a block away from Khaosan Rd. Tons of action all in this are. Would definitely recommend for the price. Room is basic but the bed is good; slight smell in the bathroom, but you can't expect perfection for this price.
We stayed in the newer building. The rooms were clean and comfortable. Had fridge flat screen tv and safe. Our room had a good view of street below traditional Thai buildings. Liked that the hotel had lifts and electronic locking system throughout. The hotel is situated two or three streets away from the busy Koh San road. So close enough but better still far enough away from the noise to get a good night sleep. The hotel is located close to everything you will need Inc a tourist agency right on your doorstep. Overall a great stat in Bangkok if on a budget.
Staff were very warm and helpful. They ask about your departure flight even upon arrival and organize transport. Very helpful with directions. The room is basic but clean and comfortable. Location is walking distance to the river and local markets.
Unsurprisingly, the Old City, or Ko Rattanakosin, is packed with treasures and history. High on any sightseeing list should be the striking Grand Palace, which incorporates Thailand’s most sacred site, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (don’t forget to dress modestly and cover feet). Also recommended are the National Museum and Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), which is 150 feet (46 meters) long and set on 20 acres.