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Reviewed 13 July 2011

We were originally undecided between this hotel and another but we were so glad we chose this one! On arrival we found that the other was right in the centre of Khaosan Road! You would be forgiven for thinking when you arrive at the hotel that is actually a designer boutique hotel which has cost you a small fortune! It is right next to the fort in the centre of Bankok and about 10 minutes walk from Khaosan Road which was definitely close enough for us. The room was clean and spacious and had a balcony looking out over the canal which we loved as we could watch the locals getting right into the water to place their fishing nets. The only negative thing about the room was that there was no wardrobe but this did not bother us at all as we were only there for a couple of nights. There was free internet in the cafe downstairs which also did the most divine iced coffees.....not to be missed – this was also where the continental breakfast was served. If we went back to Bangkok we would definitely stay here again.

Room tip: make sure you get a balcony
Date of stay: February 2011
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2  Thank Kirsty J
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Reviewed 24 May 2011

Unique style (jail alike decor, for some people it might be look creepy, especially with its open door elevator). Nice small hotel in Bangkok. The location is good, although the taxi driver didn't know where it is and we have to driving on circle to find the hotel. It would be better if the hotel stated that they near the Baan Athit Pier, so guest can easily located the place. The room is very small (eventhough at that time we took the best deluxe room with balcony) and the staff is very friendly and helpful. But overall it it nice hotel.

It is located near bustling Khao San road, need to walk about 10-15 minutes. Little bit scary at night as the street was quite deserted, only full of life when already near Khao San. Easily access to several temples (Wat Arun, Wat Pho, Grand Palace) as the hotel near the boat pier. Guest can also took the boat and then proceed to Saphan taksin Pier and continue with Sky Train to various shopping place (Siam, MBK, Central World, etc)

Room tip: Deluxe with balcony (biggest)
Date of stay: March 2011
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2  Thank aikouka
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Reviewed 6 May 2011

I booked this hotel for 2 nights before I left my home city. I read so many reviews of terrible sounding places around the Banglampu area, but this one seemed to only have positive reviews.

I am so glad this was my first hotel in Bangkok. The room is basic, but very clean. Location is great for a walking tour and I walked to the Grand Palace and Wat Pho from the hotel ( you will be dying of heat though, but doable) both ways. Also other Wats like the Golden Mount.

It is pretty quiet for Bangkok, I slepted fine and AC & plumbing all worked great.

What is so great about this place isthe service. I had so many questions that I would be too embaressed to ask back home, but I had no choice here as I don't speak a word of Thai other than hello & thank you. Not only did the 2 lovely ladies and the guy ( I should've gotten their names!) answer all of my questions and offered great suggestions, they were extremely patient and understanding. Like when i didn't know how to load the minutes onto my cell phone because it was all written in Thai, they just giggled and helped me out.

The cafe downstairs also has excellent service and pretty damn good coffee too. Internet was super fast and very affordable. You only get one hour free, but seriously, it is 40 baht for one hour, I can't even buy a pack of gum for that price in the US.

I have to come back to Bangkok for my flight out and will probably return if they have any rooms available.

Extremely accomodating and great for a basic lodging without going all caveman.

Room tip: Even though it is close to Khao San, very quiet
Date of stay: May 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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5  Thank Wandering_Creampuff
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Reviewed 10 April 2011

Fortville is a total gem for the price. The rooms are small, but they are clean, new and modern. Compared to other places at the same price, Fortville is fantastic. Sila the manager is very helpful and kind, there are lockers for your valuables (bring your own lock), the A/C works well, strong free wifi in the rooms (1-5 hours per day, based on your room rate, after that its 40 Baht/hour), and the internet cafe downstairs has great coffee and breakfast that you get a reduced rate for. If it were more expensive, we might not have felt like it was such a great deal, but for what we paid, we felt like we found a hidden treasure.

The only recommendation we would make: Sila - get some bus maps to sell in the lobby! Given the location Fortville is in, the only means of public transportation nearby is the bus, which is pretty impossible to figure out, or the boats, which are limited in destination. Which means that unless you can afford tuk tuks and cabs, once you leave for the day, you're out for quite a while - which can be tricky in the Bangkok heat. Until Fortville stocks them - we recommend buying a bus map if you plan on venturing further than the old city.

Date of stay: April 2011
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3  Thank Gabrielle B
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Reviewed 6 April 2011

Great location, less than the 5 minutes from Kho San and 20 minutes from major temples. Rooms are small, but comparable to most Bangkok hotels. Extremely clean and well designed. Good breakfast and friendly staff. Can't complain!!! AMAZNIG VALUE

Date of stay: March 2011
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2  Thank aross658
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