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Check Inn China Town

204-208 Soi Yaowarat 8, Charoen Krung Road Soi 14, Khet Samphantawongse, China Town, Bangkok, Thailand 10110

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Alexander W. Solo travelers Norway, January 29, 2011
Ok budget hotell...

Cheap and ok rooms...
Booked this because it was cheap... Hotel is average... But better than other hotels in chinatown. Minibar was full for those who care. Free internet by cable(to short). Friendly staff. Ok clean rooms, but as several hotels in Chinatown the have problems with small antz/termits, small numbers though, not a big problem. They serve breakfest in your room, fill out a form about what you want and they deliver it too you in the morning... No extra charge.. If you wanna stay in chiantown this is a ok budjet alternative, been living in 4 different hotels here. There are more expencive ones that are better.
Hu K. Groups China, January 28, 2011
nice location

nice location,right in the china town,staff were helpful,buget choice,but not for family
Shopping Tip: many places to eat
Catherine M. Couples United Kingdom, January 24, 2011
Check Inn China Town

very central location for China Town. Kitchenette a bonus.
China Town is very busy in the run up to Chinese new year. The narrow lanes are very crowded in the afternoon. Stalls open early so it is much more pleasant to stroll around in the morning from about eight o clock. If you want vegetarian food 'little India' to the north edge of China Town has some delicious restaurants.
Mathieu C. Couples France, January 24, 2011
Great location but small rooms without windows

hotel located next to the market of patpong in a stalemate. professional staff at least initially because they did not like to keep our luggage all day (our flight was at night).
Chi Z. Solo travelers Australia, January 22, 2011
centre of China Town but some rooms No windows

Free internet which most nearby hotel charges
great location for those want to stay at china town, it is on the main street of china town and night life till 2 to 3am. a
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: when you go to city, you can walk 20 min to hua lomphong which is boring.i would suggest to walk 5 min to ratchawong ferry station. it costs to the ferry central station. but you can enjoy the river view. then you can take bts to many places in bangkok. be aware ferry closes 8pm.
Salma K. Groups Singapore, January 15, 2011
Great Value, Good location

Good location, very clean, friendly staff
check inn was a surprise. we didn't expect such good quality rooms at that price! place was clean and it even had thick towels with logos on them. location was excellent for shopping in and around chinatown. but don't use it as your hq for other parts of bangkok, as traffic in the area is horrendous!
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: Beat the traffic jams at Yawarat. Walk to the nearby Ratchawong pier and grab a boat taxi to go sight-seeing. Pier 8 is the stop for Wat Arun, Emerald Buddha temple and the Palace
Kuah L. Solo travelers Singapore, January 14, 2011
Value for money but small room

Value for money, helpful staffs
check inn is clean with kitchenette and cable television which is value for money as i booked twin room last min at a good price. in fact, the kitchenette seems redundant but nice to have. the hotel has no features and use cheap material to provide the basic hotel environment so it's quite noisy and you can hear neighbours talking/ tv. as it is in secluded area, taxi will not know how to go and when leaving, you have to walk to main street to hail a taxi. it is not quite possible to take mrt to hua lumphong as it's quite a distance walk unless one is adventurous. i know bangkok very well and been there many times. it is possible to walk and exercise.
Restaurant Tip: Try chinese claypot sharkfin and bird nest as if Chinatown is famous for them. Good food and cheap in Chinatown.
Ming J. Business travelers Singapore, January 14, 2011
Small and basic hotel

Location good for exploring chinatown
Rooms were clean enough. Nothing much to complain about.
Restaurant Tip: Plenty of food to be found around the hotel vicinity.
Sonya B. Couples Bulgaria, January 14, 2011
nice hotel, but difficult to find

very interesting location in the heart of China town, near some markets, the river, the old historical part of town, only difficult to find due to the crowded little streets, nice service, very clean and comfortable with the handy kitchenett
We arrived late in the evening and it was a cultural shock to find your way to the hotel, as after the busy day there was litter wayting to be collected some hours later, next day we discovered the big plus of fantastic food served just on the streets all around, the tesco just around the corner the city bus 53 taking you only for 7 Bath to the royal palace past the great flower market. The location shows yu few of the many faces of Bangkok, with the train station and the metro close by easy to get to the modern touristy side of the city. The hotel has a breakfast service to your room, TV, fridge, mikroewave oven, frying pans and all the necessary plates etc. for coocking- great if you walk like us for hours and sometimes prefer to take a hot shower eat something lite and collapse in bed. Exchange offices all around, the best one at the train station - just a good way to really explore the city - temples, palaces, markets, people .
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: I would recommend in Bangkok to travel with city buses - it is like a free of charge sightseing- from the train station - Hualopong - Nr 53 - next to KFC takes you to old Bangkok, near the river past the flowermarket to the royal palace and museums, Number 29 - infront of the trainstation takes you the the big shopping malls near the Stadium and close to Nana plaza. cheap and efficient, great ride if you take one without airconditioning, you pay on the bus / if somebody comes to collect/ 7 Bath - no aircon, 15 Bath - aircon.
Ivana J. Couples United Kingdom, January 13, 2011

Great location, cheap, super Asian breakfast
Second stay at this hotel, in 3 weeks. Arrived around 20h having reserved a deluxe room online. The room was adequate as they all are, but very noisy extractors and no sound insulation internally. Great Asian breakfast. Wifi works only from time to time
Shopping Tip: Roam the streets and sois around Chinatown for fantastic shopping although lots of the shops are wholesale and may require you to buy more than one item. Still,best prices in town
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