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Reviewed 28 January 2010

We really enjoyed our stay at Sri Ayuttaya. We stayed here one the front end of out trip around Thailand and liked it so much we came back for the last night or two before flying out. Yao was the night hostess and cook, and was super friendly. We stayed up watching old re-runs of MASH together, with me enjoying a couple of beers and her cooking me something delicious, her practicing english and me practicing thai. I met a few other travelers in the common area and made some friends. Room was basic, had good A/C and a decent shower. Overall, a big upgrade for the value compared to Khao San and I loved the neighborhood - Thewet is a good balance between being quiet enough but still places to eat and hang out.

Date of stay: May 2009
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank MNBackpackers
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Reviewed 22 July 2008

Really lovely guesthouse with character, wood panelled rooms, air con (which you really need in BK), ensuite showerroom and very affordable. About 20 mins walk to Koh San road, but in a very quiet neighbourhood itself which was great for jet-lag recovery. Close to the river taxi pier for getting down river to Chinatown and the Wat Po and palaces. Good for couples, young travellers or families due to the good facilities and varied room types available.

Date of stay: June 2008
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank doziedoo
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Reviewed 3 February 2008

The guest house was lovely, and just as recommended by Lonely Planet. It was the first place we stayed when we arrived in Bangkok, and was really welcoming. The wood-panelled dining-room/lounge on the ground floor is open on 2 sides, looking out onto the street and onto a little alleyway, and has beautiful plants all around - a delight in a crowded city. The food was excellent, the room and bed were comfortable, and the ensuite facilities were fine. And it's not too far from Khao San (a short tuk-tuk ride) and within walking distance of the river and the boat pier. Our room at the front of the guest house was a little noisy as the city woke up in the morning, but it's a relatively quiet neighbourhood anyway and it didn't bother us.

We rated the Sri-Ayuttaya Guest House as somewhere to stay with real character. Thank you so much.

Alistair & Jenny, England

Date of stay: January 2008
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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4  Thank amdgriggs
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Reviewed 13 January 2008

The Sri-ayuttaya was the first place we stayed, arriving at about 11 pm after 30 hours of travel. They had accidentally cancelled our reservation, but were very nice about it and managed to find us a room in the category we had reserved. The room was simple, very clean, with a king bed and nice windows. There's a small, airy eating area out front with an all-day menu. Breakfast was fine. There's very cheap internet next door (seems to be part of the same establishment).

Even though this is a budget-to-mid-range place (we had the higher level room, with ensuite bath and A/C), we didn't feel like the service or ambience was skewed toward the lower end. Nice, simple wood decor, and it was quiet. The neighborhood is quiet and a bit north of the "action," but once we saw Khao San Road and other busy areas, we were glad for that. It was also very leafy and non-touristy - when walking around or people watching at breakfast, we felt like we were seeing how people really live there. You can walk to the ferry, which is cheap and fun, or take a tuk-tuk anywhere, which is also cheap and fun.

At one point, still jetlagged, I left my wallet - with cash, credit cards, etc - at the internet place. A while later, a staffperson brought it to our door, completely intact. He was very gracious and I was very happy that the place was so honest.

The one thing about the room that didn't thrill me was that the bathroom has no separate shower. Basically, there's a small room with a sink and toilet, and a shower nozzle is on the wall above them; water goes into a corner drain in the floor. It turns out this is rather common across Thailand and Cambodia, even in mid-range places, and if I had known that (and brought flip flops) it probably wouldn't have bothered me at all. You should also know there are no elevators, and there don't seem to be rooms on the ground floor.

Date of stay: December 2007
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank nks_7
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Reviewed 13 December 2017
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Room tip: Am besten nach hinten raus, weil ruhiger
Date of stay: October 2017
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