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Bath, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

I stayed here in 2013 and me and my sister who I was travelling with left all our valuables in the 'safes' behind the desk/reception. We checked out happy enough as it was all there and carried on. It wasn't until a few days later and we noticed our cash budget was way off and then just to top it...

Thank Alexdenvor
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
Reviewed 2 January 2016

Nice & good room.It is suitable to stay.There is many tatoo places & message rooms to see.I can eat everything in this street.The staffs are good & helpful.The room is clean and noisy only until midnight when bars close.We can take taxi easily from there.

Thank 278honey
Reviewed 26 September 2015

We stayed there 4 nights. The staff is smiling and nice. The rooms are very basic but there is everything you need. A bad point for the socket, only one in the room and situated on the wall 2m high so impossible to plug anything. The room is clean and noisy only until midnight when bars close.

Thank Théo P
Stratford-upon-Avon, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 May 2015

Nice an cool as you are in an indoor ally way with a tattoo place and massage parlour. Basic but clean rooms. Free WIFI in Lobby. Very cheap. Receptionist Kittiphop Suttipong very friendly and helpful to help you avoid scams and get good taxi rates etc. Also ask him about planning trios etc as he is very knowledgeable.

Thank PhillipAdams
Reviewed 20 May 2015 via mobile

Friendly receptionist. Basic but all you need as a male. Some of the other guesthouses feel dirty and full of hippies. This is a legit building not a shanty bamboo hut. Massage located here for £4 a half hour and fast wifi in reception.

Thank Alistair E
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 May 2015

As a backpacker on my third night of staying in Bangkok I have realised staying here was a huge error. There are much nicer cheap hostels to stay at that aren't nearly as horrible as here. The walls are stained, the bathroom is gross but worst of all are the beds. When lying down we realised the mattress is a...

Thank LauraE476
Beijing, China
Reviewed 6 October 2014

If you're looking for a decent hotel with all the basics features for a reasonable price, this is the place to stay! I've stayed here every time I've visited Bangkok (3 years worth) and it hasn't disappointed me. I had a problem with the air con once, it was blowing out hot air and within the day it was sorted....

1Thank LeroySweeney
Peterborough, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 September 2014 via mobile

Not terrible price, has basic amenities. Lockable doors and good room fans. Disinterested staff though and you are pestered as soon as you step outside by people selling stuff. Good that they do check in from 5 am onwards though.

Thank DJScho
Reviewed 21 August 2014

It is smack in the middle of Khaosan Road, it has everything a person needs. A bed, private bathroom, with shower, sink, and toilet. All tiled. The shower is only cool water, but that's all you need it is so hot here. You get a towel and a free bottle of water as you enter. (350 baht. Or 490 for...

2Thank Glen-Johnson-Author
Verbier, Switzerland
Reviewed 23 July 2014

It's difficult to find something cheaper on Khaosan Road, although definitely the price is better if you are sharing a room. You can choose to have fan or AC. They have an elevator, although it only goes to the floors 4 and above. The staff are friendly and easy-going and they have a large storage room if you need to...

2Thank nao91

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Address: 190 Khaosan Road, Taladyod, Pranakorn, Bangkok, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Bangkok
Number of rooms: 62
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“Ask Kittiphop Suttipong”
 of 5 bubbles PhillipAdams, 20 May 2015 | Read review
“Its loud wherever you go in the hotel but if you want a slightly quieter room, get a room facing away from Koh San Road”
 of 5 bubbles LeroySweeney, 5 Oct 2014 | Read review
“The 5th floor is cooler, and less noise, and the lift goes to 5.”
 of 5 bubbles Glen-Johnson-Author, 21 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Ask to be put in a back room as the ones that have a window opening on Khaosan Road are very noisy all night.”
 of 5 bubbles nao91, 23 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Dont stay here”
 of 5 bubbles nzrobbonz, 11 Apr 2013 | Read review
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