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I used to be here often many years ago. Now I visit this hotel again. This hotel welcomes Chinese tour groups as their main business. They make loud noises all the time. They even shout for their friends along the corridor, and also in the...More
Reception are very polite
tv still CRT
air condition is very old
breakfast are poor just porridge, steam rice and bread with jam no fried egg no milk no serials
soap for visitor just one piece if you go with two people it uncomfortable
Although the hotel itself is pretty average, the location means I will stay there again.
The room is clean and the bathroom is large enough to move around in.
Breakfast is a choice of Asian food but American breakfast can be ordered.
The hotel is...More
Was pretty dissapointed with this place. Shabby is the best description. Dirty headboards on the bed, dirty curtains, toilet would't flush, smelly, no hot water. Desperately needs renovating. Won't becoming back here.
A clean well maitaind hotel very well priced. the room are big,,internet and work facilites are ok..breakfast poor but ok,,,if no bacon its not a breakfast..just short walk to the MRT, from there its 20 min to Sukhumvit Asoc,,,the water is not free as normal...More
US$41 - US$65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Chatuchak / Din
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Every weekend, thousands of tourists make their way up to this Northern Bangkok suburb to get lost in an enormous maze of shops at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Home to almost 10,000 vendors, you’ll find everything from vintage sneakers to comic books and Thai handicrafts being sold here. You name it, Chatuchack probably sells it. The market is a great place to pick up souvenirs, but be sure to bargain for
a good price. After a day of shopping and strolling around, the lush green lanes of Chatuchak Park are a welcome relief.