Stayed here for a total of 5 nights due to being stuck in Bangkok for the protest. The staff were great and very helpful amidst all the craziness with the airport situation.
The rooms are great. Good size, stayed in two different rooms and they were both the same. Great organic touch with the cd and player in the room, free water bottles, and great breakfast which was different everyday. The garden and the view of the Buddha upstairs are also very nice.
The bathrooms are okay. After the bathroom gets wet from the shower, it takes a while for it to dry which has a little smell. Also not the hotel's fault, but mosquitoes in the main areas. Breakfast menu is great but lunch and dinner are the same, so plan to be out in the city for those meals.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dear guests: Please be advised we are not associated with any online travelagents. We only accept reservations via our website and our Facebook fan page Phranakorn-Nornlen Hotel We are a small hotel situated within Phranakorn district ( Old Bangkok), with the concept of slow life, we hope to bring your trip and rest apart from the usual hectic environment. Learning to respect the way of nature and living among real life community are one of experiences you cannot easily find in this rush and bustle world. Here at PN we don't just offer a place to stay, but we offer experience as well. Please booking from our website only. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Phranakorn Nornlen Hotel Bangkok