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Karnmanee Palace Hotel
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Reviewed 19 July 2012

This is a very average hotel. The breakfast was decent. Rooms are basic. It's a good location - near the sky train and easy to get a taxi. There are plenty of amazing luxury hotels in Bangkok, but if you're looking for a cheap place that's comfortable, the Karnmanee wasn't bad.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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5  Thank slhannold
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Reviewed 4 June 2011

I like to stay at this hotel for a few reasons, none of which have to do with luxury or comfort. The hotel is a 12 minute brisk walk to the Saphan Khwai skytrain station, or a tuk tuk for 40 baht can zip you down the street and around the corner to the station. During this walk, I rarely see another farang because this is a blue-collar commercial area of Bangkok. If you want cultural immersion and to be among Thais going about their day to day business, this is the place. The staff is very friendly and their English is strained at best, which for me is quite fun. The hotel has safe deposit boxes behind the registration desk rather than in-room safes. They have been undergoing some desperately-needed modernization during recent years. The old, horrible carpeting in the rooms is being replaced with laminate Pergo-type flooring. Internet routers have been installed (2/floor) and access is free. Although the rooms are spacious, lighting is dim, furniture minimal and old, picture tube TVs, and beds somewhat hard. The bathrooms are okay, with a big mirror, adequate countertop space, and great water pressure. I have never had a problem with insufficient hot water and have stayed there approximately 15 times. The breakfast buffet is great and included with the room charge. I don’t look for an “American breakfast” while in Thailand. They have one, but it’s usually cold eggs, cold pancakes, croissants, and cold hot dogs they call sausage. Instead, the Thai food is excellent, which you should eat while in Thailand. I don’t understand why nearly every hotel in Thailand, including Karnmanee, puts salt in the fruit juice, which absolutely destroys it. So, you are drinking what tastes like Tang in a land with fantastic fruit. The cost of the hotel might be slightly high for what you get, but the cultural experience and breakfast are worth it to me.

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank AjarnBob
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Stayed: January 2018, travelled with family
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Stayed: October 2017, travelled solo
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Reviewed 18 August 2017
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Stayed: August 2017
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