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I stayed here for 5 nights and had I been in a position would have checked out after 1st night. I arrived and had to carry my bag to reception. Very unfriendly staff at reception poor english, no assistance available to help and had to...More
Being a budget backpacker, I was not expecting a hotel of superb standards nor amenities. However, this hotel provided very poor service that has left me absolutely disappointed.
1) The hotel was a 10 min walk from the main street. Of the 4 days that...More
The hotel was bright & clean, our room spacious and the staff friendly. Our room was at the back so we did hear the train but it wasn’t that noisy.
The breakfast was varied each day, but the hot items (eggs etc) were only warm....More
The hotel is located very close to Phayathai station. You could think that you can walk from the station to the hotel but that is not the case (apparently some road is closed). Very nice hotel, spacious and clean rooms. Nice staff, especially the man...More
I stayed in this hotel in January 2011 for 5 days and in February 2011 for 7 days and it was very good and praiseworthy.
The staffs were incredible and rooms were good.
The hotel also provides free tuk-tuk service and organizes a variety of...More
US$30 - US$52 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#63 Best Value Hotel in Bangkok
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at the airport go the normal taxi counter... the metered taxi not the luxury who will try to fish you near the exits. At the counter you give the name of the hotel. you will be given a number. the ladies will be more fluent... More
at the airport go the normal taxi counter... the metered taxi not the luxury who will try to fish you near the exits. At the counter you give the name of the hotel. you will be given a number. the ladies will be more fluent in english and the taxi drivers will queue up to get their destinations; The ladies will write the hotel name on a card written in thai and english plus the amount that you will pay to the driver. Insist that the driver drop you inside the alley in front of the hotel not on the main road where you will have to walk 200 mts with your luggage on a busy small alley. The hotel is at the near end inside the alley.