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This hostel turned out to be better than we expected. The rooms are neat and functional. It is also right by the Hua Lamphong train station. Although one could hear the noise from the streets in the rooms.
I stayed in the double room not the dormitory. It was a nice room, well appointed and a good size.
by Bangkok standards good value.
An advantage is its close proximity to Chinatown, and at the entrance to the Underground that allows connection to the...More
Room was clean and location is convenient for those want to commute using local buses. Bus stop and MRT station are just outside the hostel. Chinatown within a short walk. Golden Buddha temple just a stone throw away. Its value for money in terms of...More
Across the train station and a metro station, access from the airport and train is easy, fast and cheap. The room was clean, with big outside facing window, comfortable beds, a sink and a safety box in the room. Singe rooms were very small without...More
Stayed in a 6 bed mixed dorm which was the dirtest dorm I have been into! The walls had dirty stains on the edges and around the light switches.. Bathroom was relatively clean. I guess the fact we got new towels and bed made each...More
USD 12 - USD 39 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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