Yes, it is in the city, by the river, close to many restaurants, cafes and shopping outlets. Yet I still find peace and quiet in this little boutique hotel.
Never mind a little noise from here and there, never mind a bit of hassle and bustle, a hotel in the middle of a city will surely come together with these despite all the creature comfort at the hotel.
Rooms are nicely decorated with a touch of colonial feel to compliment the hundred-year-old house, which used to be East Borneo company and now restored to its former charm as a meeting spot to unwind and relax.
Beautiful trees adorn the whole property, some of them are protected with meticulous care. For example, cement is not applied to the ground just to make sure the roots of the trees can breathe freely.
The executive chef knows a great deal about cooking. Many Thai dishes are reinvented to give a twist to the taste as well as the texture of the food.
A little gem hidden in the soi. A solitude for travelers who treasure privacy.More