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Sena Place is a fairly cheap, old hotel in a quiet location reachable from Phaholyothin and Pradiphat roads (also Rama 6 road but that's less easy to find). It's just walkable from Aree or Saphan Kwai BTS stations unless you have luggage or it's hot...More
It's an old hotel (20+ years) and it's showing its age. It's clean enough and the staff is very helpful. The restaurant has the usual fair of Thai food. Their breakfast buffet is actually quite good. It is deep into sides streets (Soi 14 Pradhipat...More
I found helpful staff hard to come by in Thailand so this budget hotel surprised me. Pool and restaurant attahced were ok but breakfast wasn't great but how helpful they were with getting around makes this the perfect solo travller venue. Also the area is...More
As part of tour..Sunday morning early train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok.. So early breakfast buffet style here
Very nice.. Usual Thai and European spread.
Pancakes lovely with the maple syrup and jame ,free wifi, hot bread rolls
Clean and tidy
Came here as a layover night between flights. Pamphlet made it look alright. WRONG. DISGUSTING. The staff is rude. The restaurant is over priced and I wouldn't even think about eating the food based on the way everything else looks. My bed sheets a are...More
US$23 - US$38 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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