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Breakfast was very basic ,but OK .
Room very old ,needs renovations,but still,OK.
Staff friendly ,Tuk Tuk to Sukumvit Rd,very handy.Wi-Fi worked good ,all in all,All OK.Only good to stay for short time,maybe 3 days.
Don't expect a palace ,but the location on an end street is quiet well worthThey also have a free breakfast. It,soi 8 is really my favorite area ,try some of the local resturants nearby .My suggestions would be the Northern Thai and had a really...More
I have book this hotel for 2 nights , the rooms are very old , old tub in the washroom , toilet is ok , have tiny cockroaches , small room , besheet was yellowish , have kettle , not proper light , breakfast was...More
This trip to Bangkok was not plan. My sister friends planed all the arrangement. When i first saw their booking at this place, i told them "Will it be ok to stay there?" Anyway, when we get there the receptionist boy didnt seem to look...More
As above mentioned, its a budget hotel with basic required service. The staff are welcoming, rooms clean, hotel needs renovation but still doing good.
Friendly and helpful manager, we had some rooms issue which he helped us to get it sorted on very short period...More
Known as Bangkok’s hippest neighbourhood, Thong Lor and Ekamai is where the city's well-dressed and well-heeled spend their nights sipping cocktails in hidden speakeasies and posh restaurants. Live it up in one of Thong Lor's extravagant clubs and be prepared to brush shoulders with a Thai celebrity or two. While great for a night out, the area is nothing short of interesting during the daytime, either. Expect a mix
of savvy coffee shops, pop-up bars and loads of vintage stores, brought to you by hip locals with eyes for design.
Response from Rosalie C | Reviewed this property |
Hello there :) You don't need to show any proof or anything to the Tuktuk Driver. He will remember you and he will be inform too by the reception. When you check-in, they will ask your passport and they will copy it for... More
Hello there :) You don't need to show any proof or anything to the Tuktuk Driver. He will remember you and he will be inform too by the reception. When you check-in, they will ask your passport and they will copy it for record purpose only. this way, the tuktuk driver will recognise you. Hope this help :)