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Like everyone have already said, this hotel is very near from BTS Phrom Pong. You can go anywhere very easy. They serve breakfast too but just toast and cereals. Small and uncomfortable room. The toilet a bit dirty. But overall okay i guess.
The best about it is the location. Less than 5 min walk from Phrom Pong BTS station, which you can go anywhere in Central Bangkok pretty quickly and comfortably.
There is also free breakfast, which I wasn't aware at first, so I got a pleasant...More
It was our mistake to spend more than 2 grands at this hostel cum hotel located in Sukhumvit. The staff is not at all courteous, it doesn't matter to them whether you stay at their hostel or not. We were given key of the room...More
Good stay ... Checked in the morning as I reached on the morning flight . But came to know Thailand you check in at 2:00 pm . So I paid 1000 to check in early and some extra there . Overall good place well maintained...More
The hotel for the time of year happened to be a reasonably good value. It is in the heart of the Japanese district with a wide range of Japanese shops, massage and restaurants within steps from the hotel, just off Sukhumvit Road. The in-house restaurant...More
US$22 - US$42 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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With a mix of shopping malls, hip bars and food stalls lining both sides of Thailand’s longest road, you’ll rarely encounter a dull moment along Sukhumvit. While the main road itself doesn't offer a lot in terms of entertainment, it's the adjoining 'sois' (alleys) where the magic happens. Popular spots are soi 11 for a lively night out, soi 4 for naughty nightlife and soi 21 for world-class shopping at Terminal 21. It's
hard to cover everything this area has to offer in on day, so be sure to take your time. Sukhumvit is heavily congested with traffic during day and night, so getting from A to B is most convenient using the BTS Skytrain right above it.
As you reach BTS Phrom Phong, Use Exit 3 and walk down the stairways. Make a U-turn and walk towards Soi Sukhumvit 39. Walk further about 3 minutes, turn left at the first lane ( Sukhumvit 37 Alley/Trok) and walk towards the... More
As you reach BTS Phrom Phong, Use Exit 3 and walk down the stairways. Make a U-turn and walk towards Soi Sukhumvit 39. Walk further about 3 minutes, turn left at the first lane ( Sukhumvit 37 Alley/Trok) and walk towards the end and you would see Nantra Sukhumvit 39 at the furthest end on your left. The hotel is actually off Soi Sukhumvit 39 within an alley. The alley is in between Sun Books (sell & buy Japanese books) and Im Chan (roadside Thai food stall).
Use Google Map to key in "Nantra Sukhumvit 39" or the GPS (13.731066, 100.570144) if you still could not locate the hotel. For your information, Exit 1 will lead you to EmQuartier, Exit 4 would lead you to Naraya and Exit 6 would lead you to Benjasiri Park (Queen's Park) and Dinosaur Planet.
It's not advisable to travel during such period of time as most public transports would be off by midnight. It also depends on where you are landing too, whether it's Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) or Suvarnabhumi... More
It's not advisable to travel during such period of time as most public transports would be off by midnight. It also depends on where you are landing too, whether it's Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) or Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK). My advice would be to find the nearest hotel to the airport and bum in for the day before proceeding to your preferred hotel at Sukhumvit area after checking out. At least you would be able to see clearly during broad day light rather than getting lost during the dark hours of the morning with barely anyone around to ask for directions.
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"Wait until refurbish is dun , with family just forget about it ,"