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Don't even think about staying here. The pictures on this site and other travel booking sites do not represent this hotel's state at all. I've never stayed at a place that smelt so bad, had so much mould in the bathroom, had such a gross...More
Staff was ok, but our room was terrible. Wasn't clean at all, messy beds and the water from the shower leaked out over the whole bathroom floor. Asked for another room and the only they could offer was a smaller room with no windows. Dark...More
My family and I stayed from February 18th checking out on February 23rd. We had reserved 2 rooms. We arrived early and able to check in, will give them a plus.
This hotel is run down, and has the appearance of being a grand hotel...More
Only stayed one night because of shower in bath not nice and water pressure virtually non existence which I found strange as water pressure in toilet gun was to much
But otherwise all round nice experience swimming pool location Street food breakfast decor staff helpful...More
It was cheap so our expectations were low to be fair. It was a fair walk from the skytrain station but we found it easily enough. The service was generally fine, though the hotel itself is dated, the advertised indoor pool is tiny and just...More
Take some of Asia’s biggest malls, hundreds of street-side vendors and a dozen of posh hotels and you’ll have Siam - Bangkok’s commercial district that will make any shopper’s heart beat faster. From cheap electronics and wholesale goods in MBK to designer handbags in Siam Paragon, you’re almost guaranteed to find what you’re looking for in one of Siam’s many malls. Take a break from the commercial craze and
visit the beautiful Jim Thompson house or the state-of-the-art Bangkok Arts and Cultural Centre to recharge.
Hi Cindy. We have just returned from Thailand and stayed one night in this hotel before flying back to the UK. It is situated off the main road but that is a bonus as there is mucho traffic in Bangkok so it's makes it safer... More
Hi Cindy. We have just returned from Thailand and stayed one night in this hotel before flying back to the UK. It is situated off the main road but that is a bonus as there is mucho traffic in Bangkok so it's makes it safer and quieter to be off the main highways. It can make it difficult to get a cab but the hotel staff were great and sorted that out for us, even negotiating a reasonable fare. Getting to the airport was easy too and the hotel staff advised me about this - they have leaflets on the reception desk. I was going to get a cab direct to the airport which would have cost around 400 - 500 baht. However, we ended up getting a tuk tuk (a not to be missed experience in the city but not for the faint hearted!) costing 80 baht, to the Sky train (BST) at Phyathai that went straight into the airport costing 90 baht for the two of us as I remember. The hotel is very near the main shopping malls, (MBK and Siam Square) walkable if you can manage the heat - they have a street map on reception and will show you the way. Reception staff were very helpful and spoke english. The room we stayed in was basic but clean, hot water plentiful, air con effective. Not much of a view out of the window but that is common in Bangkok where they have squeezed buildings into limited space but not a problem if it's just a base. The hotel is in central Bangkok but it depends on what tourist attractions you want to visit as to whether they are close. It is just off Rama IV road which is a major highway in the city and Democracy Monument is also close by and central. The hotel will help you with tours you want to do and the journey to Phuket probably if this hasn't already been arranged. Hope this helps and you have a great time in Thailand - we did!