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Bangkok Loft Inn
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Reviewed 11 July 2014 via mobile

It was my second time staying at this lovely small hotel. Very clean and big rooms. The fruits in their breakfast spread gives me joy. I highly recommend this hotel when looking for a good place to sleep without draining your savings.

  • Stayed: June 2014
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2  Thank D H
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Reviewed 11 July 2014 via mobile

We just left Bangkok Loft Inn. As the reviews say, it is good value for money, clean, close to train, good spread for breakfast and they have helpful staff. I would stay there again if revisiting Bangkok.
The only downfall (if you could call it that) was that the wifi is weak and you can not upload/download things on your device. I could basically check and send emails. But...not a big deal.

Stayed: July 2014
1  Thank Niki D
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Reviewed 25 June 2014

We decided to book this hotel after reading the experience from a blogger ( www.pinoyfrugalliving.com). She was absolutely right with her recommendation. You get great value for a suite room for only US$40/night which can command a daily rate of $400/night for the same room in Manhattan NY City. You will receive the following for free, namely: airport pick-up, computer room with internet, WI-FI, coffee, tea, bottled water, safe deposit box, mini ref. The staffs are also friendly, helpful, and fluent in english. The BTS train station ( S8) , 7-11 stores, and street food markets are only 1 block away. What makes Bangkok very unique from all cities over the world is its famous street foods. Your food will be freshly cooked on the spot in front of you. Pad thai costs $1.50, fried rice $1, grouper fish in chili sauce $2.

Tips while in Bangkok:
1. If you only have 1 day to spend in Bangkok then take the river boat cruise. Go to Saphan Taksin train station number S6 then walk towards Central Pier. Take the orange color boat $0.50/pax and enjoy the sceneries ( one hour each way). You may take this boat also going to Grand Palace, Chinatown, Khao San night market/european pubs( for backpackers ). Between 4PM to 12PM, from Central Pier also take the free boat to Asiatique. Asiatique is similar to San Francisco's Pier 39 Fisherman's Wharf where you can stroll along the river boardwalk with many chic boutique stores and fancy restaurants.
2. Avoid riding the Tuk-tuk 3 wheel tricycle taxi. Negotiate price first if necessary.
3. Never take a taxi if the driver refuse to use the meter.
4. For Muay Thai boxing fans, never buy tickets from tourist info offices or hotels. They will only sell ringside $120 tickets to tourists. Go directly to the stadium by taking the taxi or orange boat ( Thewet station) walk 1 mile toward United Nations Bldg & Thai Army headquarter. Request a local thai-looking person to buy the $25 ticket for you because all the stadium's window ticket people will only sell you the expensive $120 ringside ticket if you look like a tourist. Stadium only opens every mon, wed, thur, & sun.
5. For bargain shopping, go to Platinum Mall or Chatuchak weekend market ( non- aircon, Sat & Sun only, train station N8 ). Wholesalers and businessmen from all the world normally go to Platinum mall to import goods because of good price & quality.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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17  Thank lifeisgoods
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Reviewed 15 June 2014

stayed here for 3 nights in early may and what a find !! arrived saturday evening 8pm hot sticky very tired and were made so welcome by staff,spotlessly clean ,great room, reception staff were great. I think the lady on reception was called Pat ? special thanks to her for lots of tips and advice about using skytrain which is very close ,very cheap, very clean and easy to use once you know how. She also advised us to take a free ferry to asiatique a touristy area on an evening which is fabulous.Only tiny fly in ointment was that only one of us could have wifi in the room at any one time which seems odd to me.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 June 2014

Originally heard about this place through Travelfish and I think Lonely Planet and decided to give it a go. Having stayed here once, cannot think of any reason to stay elsewhere. We had travelled all day from Siem Reap by bus and after fending off the scamming taxi driver who offered to drive us for 450 baht, we jumped into a metered taxi and headed to this part of Bangkok that we were unfamiliar with. A 120 baht ride later, we arrived at the hotel to be greeted by a cheerful middle aged gentleman who took our bags, gave us a cold drink and made us feel very welcome. This set the tone for our stay. Our room was spotlessly clean, comfy bed, great bathroom and we were given a quiet room at the back that we requested when making the booking some months before. Breakfast which is included in the room rate was a real treat with plenty of fruit, mango and sticky rice, pastries, cereals and yoghurt to choose from as well as the eggs and rice soup we had ordered the previous evening. The dining room whilst small is a lovely sunny room, immaculately clean and an attentive staff member to cater to your needs. We made use of the complimentary internet access in a very pleasant room with games and books. Laundry service was very prompt and inexpensive and beautifully presented. This hotel for the price has to be one of Bangkok's better deals. Will definitely be back.

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank bangtaogardens
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