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We stayed in Sathorn Terrace Apartment for two nights in a quadruple room (two double beds), paid €98 in total. On check-in we paid 500TBH for room key card deposit.
The location is decent, less than 5min walk to Saphon Taskin BTS station. Close to...More
Tucked away near some of the high end hotels, this place is is great value.
They responded quickly to email enquiries. The staff are friendly, professional and helpful.
The rooms are spacious, with sofa, coffee table, desk with 2 chairs, full size fridge, microwave, kettle...More
Loved the room,very large for a solo traveler like me ,but could fit 3 easily.Facilities not the most modern but functional and do the job.
Rooms cleaned daily if you like,and the usual free water daily also.Big fridge plus a microwave oven if you need...More
We are a family of 7 and stayed 3 nights in 2 Family Rooms at Sathorn Terrace Apartment. It is near BTS station (Saphan Taksin) and Sathorn Pier you can easily explore Bangkok. Robinsons Department and Supermarket are 3 minute walk. There are lots of...More
The only good thing about this 'reaidence apartment' is the location, next to Saphan Taksin BTS & Sathorn pier. Bangrak generally a good place to stay.
Pity, as it began well enough, but deteriorated pretty quickly after the first night. We were a party of...More
US$ 27 - US$ 48 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#57 Best Value Hotel in Bangkok
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