Our pick for accommodation in the City of Bangkok was as a result of a recommendation received from a friend. This Hotel is ideally located to many of the popular attractions in the city and reasonably priced as well.
Once a small side street where young backpackers would gather and rent rooms on the cheap, has now flourished and become a major tourist attraction, lined with hotels, guest houses, restaurants, bars, shopping and much more.
The Hotel is located in the Bangkok Khaosan Road district.
Here is a short video giving you a glimpse of the Khaosan Road scene at night. View on …
As well, here you will find many of the traditional food cart vendors preparing and selling their assortment of good eats at very cheap prices.
Affordable Bangkok Inn with Easy Access to Area Attractions
The nice thing about this hotel is that it is conveniently located to the many attractions Bangkok has to offer. We were able to easily walk to the river front where you can hop tour boats or affordable ‘boat taxis’ to get you around to many parts of the City. As well, this hotel is within walking distance to the Grand Palace which is one of the major attractions in Bangkok.
There are lots of taxis and tuk tuks at your disposal outside the front door of the Inn, definitely makes this a convenient and affordable hotel for your stay in Bangkok.
The Pros and Cons of the Sleep WithInn Bangkok Hotel
The biggest attraction is location, location, location. As mentioned above, this hotel is nicely located to the many area attractions that can be accessed easily by walking or hiring a tuk tuk.
Hotel Lobby – Guest Area
The outside of the hotel make look unattractive, but the inside is kept very clean and looks well cared for. Although the hotel rooms are small, they are kept very clean and were quite comfortable for our needs during our stay in Bangkok. This goes the same along for the rest of the property. The lobby area, stairways and hallways, all were kept and look very clean throughout our stay! 🙂
Getting Settled in Our Hotel Room
Lovely Rooftop Swimming Pool
There is a lovely rooftop outdoor pool which is wonderful after spending a long hot and humid day touring the sites. It was so enjoyable to relax and have a swim after a hot and humid day touring the sites of Bangkok. This lovely rooftop swimming pool put the icing on the cake when deciding to choose this property for our few days spent touring Bangkok.
Enjoying a Refreshing Dip in the Rooftop Pool!
Here is a list of what is included in your stay:
Clean and Comfortable Air Conditioned Rooms
Small in room refrigerator
Internet access in room (very small fee)
Outdoor Swimming Pool
24 hour front desk
Friendly and helpful staff
View of the City from the Rooftop
My only suggestion is to reserve a room at the rear of the hotel if you want peace and quiet during the evening hours. The main street (Rambuttri Road) becomes very noisy at night with loud music from the bars and nightlife which carries on to all hours of the night.
There is a convenient 24 hour 7-11 convenience store attached to the hotel building located next to the front entrance which is great for purchasing snacks, beer and other goodies!
Food Extravaganza on Rambuttri Road!
This Bangkok Inn is a perfect stop over hotel for a couple of days while in transit to and from other selected destinations, which seems to be the case for the majority of those stopping in the City. I would not recommend this hotel to business travelers, those traveling with children while on family holidays in Thailand or the elderly looking for peace and quiet.
It is a suitable hotel as mentioned for a stop- over and great for experiencing Bangkok’s nightlife and area attractions.
All in all, a good pick for a reasonably priced hotel in a very popular area of Bangkok!
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Did You Know …
“Many years ago, Bangkok was referred to as the hottest city in the world by the World Meteorological Organization.”