Stayed here before, just as good! Staff really friendly and helpful, rooms nice and clean, nice pool and bar. Only downside is the noise, but not as bad as other places on Khaosan Road! Great location!
Located in Khao San, this hotel is steps from Wat Chana Songkhram and Khao San Road. Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Grand …More
We stayed for 4 nights, amazing room, very comfortable bed and the breakfast was awesome, it was walking distance to kaosan Rd, but nice and quite away from the hustle and bustle. Pool was definitely needed after a long day of temple seeking and shopping. Very Romantic Room
Located in Khao San, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Phra Sumen Fort and Khao San Road. Temple of the Emerald Buddha …More
The room was very big and comfortable, neat and tidy. The staff were very helpful. The concierge did not have very good English so it was hard trying to get directions. It is a little way out of the CBD however the dus stop is close 8 Bart to city.
Traveller from R
Located in Khao San, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Ratchadamnoen Stadium, Wat Saket, and Wat Ratchanadda. Wat …More
This was our second time here and lucked out with a nicer room on the 4th floor with a nicer washroom then our first stay on the 3rd floor. Cleanliness is good at this hotel and customer service is also good. Complimentary breakfast includes eggs, toast, fresh fruit, instant coffee and juice. Good but not amazing. Would stay again forsure.
Located in Khao San, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Bangkok City Hall, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and Wat …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
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.