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I had stayed in this hotel for 2 nights and the staff were incredibly amazing.Very helpful.I do understand the roads are narrow but that isn't the hotels fault.the rooms and the washroom are pretty clean.And for women solo travellers who is visiting bangkok for the...More
3-Star Hotel????? How???
1. The hotel is situated right in the middle of the Market which is totally inaccessible by a car because of the narrow lanes.
2. The whole area stinks of the street side food sold in these narrow lanes (makes me feel...More
Hotel is located in the main market which is so good thing about this hotel you can easily go to the shopping hubs with tuk tuk. Hotel is clean and well managed, rooms are good, breakfast is also upto the mark.
This is the worst hotel in the world.. no customer service, very bad ambience, no towel, no door mats, no required facilities, no hot water, food not good, room service not good, bad behaviour of hotel staff..
3 Thank abhinay m
Response from HM G, Manager at Grand AlpineResponded 29 November 2016
We are sorry for inconvenience and thank you for your comment , We will improved Urgent.
The room is big, look modern, facilities is ok, kettle seems old but usable. Consider as windowless as the glass window (unopenable) face out to corridor, anyone can see thru the gap into your room, if you accidentally leave the curtain with a gap. Toilet...More
Response from MrugeshVaghela | Reviewed this property |
Breakfast at this Hotel is not recommended. They serve eggs. Tea coffee, useless salads. They serve clams which was not looking so good. I usually had their breadbutter, coffee some eggs. Puri sabji. Nothing else. If you... More
Breakfast at this Hotel is not recommended. They serve eggs. Tea coffee, useless salads. They serve clams which was not looking so good. I usually had their breadbutter, coffee some eggs. Puri sabji. Nothing else. If you want to eat nonveg then go on street you will find better options up there. There are lots of cheap restaurants and even you can find Indian restaurants also.