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I chose this hotel because of the location which is perfect for the night market, night life and restaurants. Everything is in walking distance. The hotel itself has almost a colonial style and offers very comfortable rooms. I received an upgrade which made me very...More
We stayed here for 3 nights before heading off to Kanchanaburi. Great location for Patpong market, literally 5 mins walk, Hotel was lovely and the breakfast was great. Was very impressed with the staff who were all really helpful and kind, would definitely recommend this...More
Booked this hotel as we had an early morning appointment in the area, had read mixed reviews but were not too concerened and any concerns were laid to rest very quickly as the hotel exceeded our expectations.
Check in was friendly and quick and our...More
The hotel is in operation for 47 years already and is the process of refurbishing and remodeling its rooms and facilities. It has very spacious rooms complete with modern washrooms. This is near several night markets and the ever famous Pat Pong (red light district)....More
It the first time I stayed in The Tawana, knowing it was an old hotel. But its location beats all and the price is very budget. Located right in the Silom area, Patpong is just on the footstep, Silom, Sathorn, Chong Nongsi are all within...More
Despite the lack of any major tourist attractions, this lively neighborhood is a favorite of many. Whether it's the (somewhat naughty) nightlife of Soi Patpong, the various handicraft night markets or the plethora of dining options that tickle your fancy, a night out in Silom is a must on every itinerary. It's worth a stop during daytime, too: join office workers on a quest to tasty street food during lunch and shop
at Silom Complex for a great mix of Thai and international stores. After a day of strolling around the congested sidewalks, a visit to Silom's Lumphini Park, Bangkok's answer to NYC's Central Park, is a welcome change of scenery.
Response from la_speranza | Reviewed this property |
There is, it's the usual standard ones. If you prefer drinking your tea or coffee in a mug, do bring your own. If you're fussy about your coffee or tea, make sure your bring your own supplies, I always do wherever I travel.