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Good 6.9
Based on 112 reviews

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based on 112 reviews
  • Hotel Condition/Cleanliness 6.8
  • Facilities 7.6
  • Location 6.3
  • Room Comfort/Standard 7.2
  • Service 7.1
  • Value for Money 7.4
  • Food/Dining 6.8

Ken K.
United States
November 17, 2014
Nothin' could be fina!
food, big room, friendly staff
Stop looking for anyplace else in Bangkok. The rooms are big and clean. The Himalayan food is the best in the region. The ONLY drawback is the walk to Sukhumvit, but for someone young and healthy, that is not at all a problem. For breakfast, the night before, ask for rice soup. It's not Thai "khaothom." It is a taste of heaven, as is everything on the regular menu. All praise to Assajita, the manager, for creating the perfect resting spot in a crazy city.

SOMROT P.
Thailand
September 14, 2014
awful
Nothing

Gavin P.
Sri Lanka
September 07, 2014
Worst hotel ever
Worst hotel ever. The wash basin doesn't have a sink and the water just splashes on to your leg. Extremely disguisting hotel. Do not get fooled by the pics on agoda and I will not recommend anyone to stay there.... The staff were good though. Location is terrible cause it's hard to get a taxi or find a street food kiosk!!!

Christopher G.
Australia
September 03, 2014
Very nice room
room, location
Nice hotel except gates closed at 10pm and was in the rain for 30 mins trying to get in

arnold P.
Philippines
August 15, 2014
nice
old,clean,big
just ok

Nurul H.
Singapore
December 26, 2013
friendly staff, quite far from train station
big room, good breakfast, friendly staff
Finding this place really requires a lot of patience. From Sukhumvit station, walk along sukhumvit road till you see soi 31 and turn left. Once you turn left, walk all the way straight till u reach a T-junction, turn left and then right into the gates. Someone will welcome you for sure :) The room is really big for the kind of price we paid. One bottle per guest per day was a good policy too! breakfast was simple toast with butter or some orange jam. You may request for omelette too ;) Other than the fact that the staff were really friendly and could speak some english, I highly doubt I would be back due to it's location. 30 minutes walk just to go out/in each time is just really tiring with everything that you're carrying :(

Glen E.
Australia
October 28, 2013
run down building, gloomy creepy restaurant
It was close to where we needed to go.
The room we got was more of an old residence room that is now being let out to the Himalaya. There are very few 'enhancements' to the room that would set it apart from a poor persons living quarters found anywhere else. The only thing that makes it feel like you are even part of a commercial Hotel sort of thing is that the room key has a card on it to put in the slot and get the power on in the room. The Bathroom was the most discussing part of the whole experience. Their "upkeep" is non-existent. The wooden doors on the sink cabinet were rotting off their hinges. We didn't dare try to open them to see what was inside! The ceiling was rotting away and sagging down with gaping holes everywhere. The shower head was terrible, more water shot out sideways than out the shower spray holes it is meant to. There was some big hole in the side of the bath that had been duct taped over. Lots of mould all over the tile grouting. The room was on the top floor, 4th, meaning a lot of stares to climb. It was large, but not in a nice way. It felt bare, like it was meant to have walls sectioning off rooms, but they had just been removed. The TV sitting over in the corner was from the dark ages, we didn't ever even turn it on. The fridge was just sitting over in a corner on it's own, tiny little box fridge. But it did keep things cool if you wanted to. The pillows were disgusting, we looked under the pillow cases, they were covered in brown stains, and one even had a really dark blotch which looked a lot like a blood stain. We went to a shopping centre and purchased our own new pillows.

Cathi Y.
United States
October 21, 2013
a little lacking
the dinners were great!
a leaky sink (water flows on to the floor then down the drain) and mold in the bathroom. the ceiling had leaks and mold -but were never patched. and the air conditioner has no control -just on and off. we froze by morning. the children's blankets given to us were used. and they threw away the food i had in the fridge (with my good container). i told the owner -but,he never got back to me. other wise, they are very nice people.

Ahcene A.
France
July 21, 2013
OK hotel
Good service with a smile
Rooms are average size and clean however do not expect more than that. Staff is very helpul.

Kirrilea S.
Australia
July 16, 2013
Comfortable, quiet and relaxing.
Comfortable, quiet and relaxing.
The hotel was fairly empty when we arrived so we found it quiet and relaxing after bustling days in Bangkok sight seeing and shopping. Initially it was difficult to find, but we were late arriving due to a delayed bus journey. We found it easy to find on return on the second day. The staff were friendly and chatty. They had held a special Nepalese ceremony there the days prior to our arrival so there were beautiful flowers and decorations around and even an inspiring photography exhibition of Nepalese life in the foyer. A welcoming and calm place to rest and quiet although close to the busy, everflowing streets of Bangkok.