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The place looks "ok" when you get in, I mean, it looks like a normal cheap place..
The rooms are "ok" when you see them for first time but after one hour resting, the bed bugs start appearing. As soon as I saw them, I...More
We checked in to a double room this evening and had time to be in the room for maybe an hour before the bed bugs appeared. Immediately we decided to leave the guesthouse. The staff seemed concerned about it and gave us our money back...More
The guesthouse located far from Hualampong railway station around 5 minutes by wallking and 2 minutes to Hualampong MRT Station. The single room quite small (fan room) but comfortable bed with shared bathroom. The coffee and tea available 24 hours (Free).
We had a really nice stay at the guesthouse. We saw the bad rewies on tripadvisor, but we trusted the lonely planet and we were really happy that we choose baan hualompong guesthouse.
As we arrived, the owner was really nice, showed us the room...More
We stayed at this hostel only for one night so i can't say much bir everybosy was nice and in our room there was no bed bug problem. The only reason for me not to rate it with 5 is that i could not check...More
US$15 - US$21 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Baan Hualampong Guest House Hotel Bangkok
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