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hotel is located at the beginning of Yaowarat road. along the road are all the shops, food stalls and restaurant. very convenient location. and the rate is reasonable in view of the convenient of the location. ok for 1-2 night stay. anyway, just for sleep,...More
The hotel is very easy to locate in Chinatown. Travelling around Bangkok with taxis and the hotel provides ample of name cards which you can take with you and show the taxi drivers.
The reception staff and bellboys are very friendly and very helpful. Got...More
Stayed in BKK many times, but this was the first time in Chinatown. Will certainly stay at this hotel again if I need to be in that area. Very friendly and helpful staff. Rooms small but have just about everything. There was no room safe...More
The room was ok, the bathroom needs renovation, the noise from the street didn't bother me. The bed was comfortable and I slept well. The location is perfect for shopping at Sampeng market, China town and Bo Bae market. Hua Lamphong train station is a...More
we had a pleasant 4 nights stay in central chinatown, very close to fabulous streetfood restaurants and its famous daily market.
old rooms but clean, excellent wifi, polite staff.
a map of chinatown or bangkok would be welcome.
bathrooms would need a bit of a...More
Better known as 'Yaowarat' among locals, Chinatown is Bangkok's bustling district that never sleeps. During the day, the main street and its small alleyways are filled with a vibrant mix of colours, scents and flavours coming from the roadside restaurants and all-day markets. The real action, however, happens after sunset. Surrounded by neon lights, Thais and tourists alike flock here around dinnertime to feast
on some of the best street food in town. Escape the chaos by venturing a little further from the main road and discover hidden shrines, friendly locals and daily life in its purest form.