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The Son Hotel

372/1-2 Soi 24 Rama 9 Road Huaykwang, Ratchadaphisek, Bangkok, Thailand (Show on map)

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November 29, 2015 - December 01, 2015 | 2 nights
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Check out the same time you check in! This 24 hours stay policy hotel is positioned right in the...see more Check out the same time you check in! This 24 hours stay policy hotel is positioned right in the middle of town, equal distance from the Airport and downtown city center. The Son features tastefully decorated rooms, furnished with contemporary décor, along with all modern day facilities to provide guests with both comfort and style. Along with its cozy guestrooms, the hotel houses a range of amenities you may need during your stay including an around the clock restaurant, live music and karaoke, wireless Internet access, as well as traditional Thai massage. Boasting a tranquil ambience and comfortable accommodation, this property caters with equal appeal to short stopovers and extended stays.
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tracey L. Solo travelers
United States of America, December 24, 2012
Nice and accomodating

Great restaurant and room service
the hotel is in the middle of nowhere but easily get to the rca area and asok bts.
James W. Solo travelers
United Kingdom, August 21, 2012
Dated box near loud club

near club, bigish rooms
Dunno why anyone would bother, dated 80's rooms. Club at the bottom was interesting - looked as if people were heading to the rooms for some after partying if you see what i mean!
jasmin L. Groups
Hong Kong, July 31, 2012
Affordable,but not worth even a dollar.

This hotel was not a hotel, it was a motel. It was in a sketchy area, on a road in line with night clubs. I stayed here with another lady friend. When we walked in we instantly felt uncomfortable. There were pictures of ladies with boobs popping out. Not one single staff spoke any english. They didn't even house keep. The road it was on was always traffic.
Jason W. Solo travelers
United States of America, June 11, 2012
Exactly What I needed!

24 Hour Stay, Reasonably Priced, Good Food, Quiet Hotel
this was the second time i stayed at the son hotel & i'm sure i'll stay again. all i need is here. big, clean rooms w/ bath & hot water. great food & nice staff. quiet hotel, though i did see live music in the lobby this time. the '24 hour stay' policy this hotel has is great. i wish other hotels would do this.
Jason W. Couples
United States of America, April 17, 2012
Pleasantly Surprised

Free Internet, 24 Hour Restaurant, & VERY late check-out
Was a little concerned after reading the mixed reviews about this hotel, but I had minor surgery at a hospital that’s nearby & a Thai friend also recommended The Son Hotel. We were pleasantly surprised with this hotel. We stayed right after the Thai New Year so it was fairly quiet, which was great. There was free wifi access (a little slow, but np), a restaurant with a huge menu (mostly in Thai, but had fun ordering thanks to helpful staff!). The best thing was they let us check out really late at no charge, which was great because we had a late flight. They said we could check out at the same time we checked in (6pm). The rooms were spacious, simple, and comfortable. We paid about $25 for the room. Some hotels would charge more than that for the internet & late check-out, so this was great! This area is a little outside of downtown Bangkok, so not much traffic. But if you were going downtown, transportation is plentiful. We’ll stay at The Son Hotel again.
Anour R. Business travelers
Singapore, January 31, 2012
Bad Location but big rooms

No best features or any good features
Location was in the middle of no amenities,even the 7-11 store was opposite a very busy road that is almost impossible to cross,lots of construction work facing the rooms. Entrance was the same with a Club which makes it confusing,staff speak very little Thai although a lady assistant who can speak good English was around and it really helped,besides that everything was bad.At least they helped carry our bulky luggage. The whole hotel spells massage establishment and entertainment spot rather then a hotel.Lobby smells cigarrete smoke and stuffy.
Seng T. Couples
Cambodia, January 03, 2012
Good hotel

Nice food
It's acceptable hotel, quiet location, nice food with resonable price, but the room is look old.
TREVOR D. Solo travelers
Australia, January 22, 2012
The worst hotel I have ever booked with Agoda

No selling points
The rooms are very average but cheap. From the moment you check in ( and wait for the receptionist to finish her private phone call) you are neglected. The staff seem to avoid you probably because they hardly speak a word of English. You are ignored and avoided. It as a biggish hotel but I got the Idea I was the only person booked in. After waiting in the breakfast room alone for ages I thought I had better ask for my complimentary breakfast because they certainly were not going to serve me unless I did. God bless them they could'nt even understand the word "breakfast" They didnt even help me to the room. When I got there I saw that the room had been slept in and not cleaned so I had to wait ages for them to change the sheets and towels.
SUSAN M. Solo travelers
United Kingdom, December 01, 2011
Excellent value, Clean rooms Comfortable bed

Although There was a language barrier the staff really tried to be helpfull
I enjoyed my stay very much There was nusic in the evenings. But For a lone traveller I really needed to be near the centre of bangkok as Taxi fares expensive I should have practiced my bartor skills more thoroughly.
Busaba S. Business travelers
Thailand, November 28, 2011
Agoda should delists this hotel.

it's below your standard.
The Son Hotel is not the place for anyone to stay, especially those who are allergic to cigarette smoke. The whole room had a smell of cigarette smoke. Though there was a no smoking sign but below there was also an ashtray sit under such a sign. An air conditioner worked perfectly in spitting smoke from previous guests. The tears came out of my eyes and I could not breath properly and finally I had to switch off the air con to sleep in the heat of BKK night. You can see big black stains on the surface of the bathtub. The water heater didn't work. Actually, I was quite relief because of that. There were two power cord, red and blue wires, went out of the machine to the ceiling, meaning no grounding system provided. I didn't want to be electrocuted when showering so I cleaned myself with soaked towels (my towels, of course, The hotel's white towel looked brownish to me.) The door is so thin. If someone kicks it hard enough it might be cracked and opened. The cat's eye provides good view of both outside and inside the room, equally. The previous guest made a paper tissue ball and put into the cat's eye to prevent anyone prying his private life, so I left it that way. I paid over 1000 baht a night for the hotel, however, I learned that they charged any walk-in guest much less, from 500 - 850 bahts, depended on type of rooms. The other day I tried to find other place, however, I had to stay at the hotel two nights because every place in inner BKK was fully booked because of the big flood that ate up half of BKK. So on the second night, I managed to come back to the room very late, to spend as less time as possible in the room. When I left the hotel in the morning, I asked a staff sitting behind the counter to call me a taxi, this was the answer I got "To call the taxi for you means I have to walk up the alley to the main road and wait for one to pass by." I carried three heavy bags to find a taxi myself.

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