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Staff is friendly. Hotel is little old fashioned but does the job. Included breakfast is decent. Hotel is close to street food that is worth it. Shower is not adapted for medium or tall people. Had no problem with the rest.
This is a rather big city hotel with a beautiful lobby. The rooms are spacious and clean. Some parts of the hotel look little bit worn, but it makes the charm of this hotel and gives you a colonial impression. Big and good breakfast setting,...More
Stayed at this hotel many times. Get a room with a view of the river on top floors.
The gym is not so big but it's got all I need and outdoor pool which mostly has shade is fine (maybe a little to much chlorine)...More
Very dated property must of been very popular at one time everything in the rooms are outdated as well as the food on the property not good. I would recommend a one day trip To Ayutthaya to see the ruins and drive back to Bangkok....More
middle of the city... left and right food, massage, people!
busy not busy! there's a temple 2 minutes walk.
7-11 a few steps away. good size pool. they have massage but you can just walk outside for cheaper. gym decent size. great area!
USD 61 - USD 136 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't... More
The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't likely be. Your better off though, because who wants dents, dings, and chipped paint? The spaces are so narrow you literally can't open your car door without hitting the adjacent car. So, the more likely scenario is you will be parking in the large gravel parking lot located across the street, which is fine in the daytime, at night time I'd be concerned about my car being broken into or even stolen. There are many homeless people and drug users that live under the adjacent bridge. Your best bet - find another hotel, for many reasons!