"Great position for an authentic Bangkok holiday."
Travellers have the old world charm of the palace yet you are above hustle and bustle of several stories of clothing wholesalers and adjacent street vendors. For a modest price one can take the klong to the city centre .
Located in the government and commercial heartland of downtown Bangkok near many old town attractions and the expressway …More
Breakfast was great. Staff very helpful. Area is safe. 10 min walk from khao San Rd and very close to the main sites. Hotel was clean and comfortable. Pool was a little over crowded and didn't really get a chance to enjoy it.
Traveller from tonronto on
Located in Khao San, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Wat Bowonniwet Vihara and Khao San Road. Temple of the Emerald …More
Nice, clean little room just a block away from Khaosan Rd. Tons of action all in this are. Would definitely recommend for the price. Room is basic but the bed is good; slight smell in the bathroom, but you can't expect perfection for this price.
Traveller from Ottawa
Located in Khao San, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Khao San Road, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and Wat …More
First I was given a terrible room with no hot shower and altogether horrible.
Then I was moved to a better room, very nice and clean. Breakfast was good, swimming pool nice but no sunlight as it is in the middle of the building.
Reception staff not helpful, forgot my morning call, didn't get me a taxi and very bad English.
Still it is in a nice area and I would stay again if they would do some improvement.
Traveller from london
Located in Khao San, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Rama VIII Bridge, Wat Ratchanadda, and Khao San Road. Wat Suthat and …More
Friendly staff, clean spacious room. Very quiet at night. The down side is sketchy Wifi in our room on the 7th floor. We always had to log back in. Other than that this hotel is a good bang for your buck!
Located in Khao San, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Wat Bowonniwet Vihara and Khao San Road. Temple of the …More
Unsurprisingly, the Old City, or Ko Rattanakosin, is packed with treasures and history. High on any sightseeing list should be the striking Grand Palace, which incorporates Thailand’s most sacred site, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (don’t forget to dress modestly and cover feet). Also recommended are the National Museum and Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), which is 150 feet (46 meters) long and set on 20 acres.