Beautiful ambience; & friendly staff. I've stayed at many places in Thailand but this place gets the highest ratings from me. I was wowed by this place. The entrance way is very Zen with a water fall and big Koi fish. The location is great. Very friendly helpful staff.... the staff even phoned my next destination in Bangkok as I requested help to write my next hotel address in Thai for Taxi. I had a truly amazing stay here! I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
No steps to climb. Has a lift. There is an in-room safe. I stayed in a Superior Room in Section Y on the 3rd floor. Perfect as this floor is where the pool is located. The pool is clean and refreshing. Not intended for a swimmer to do laps but great for the sun lover who wants to bask in the sun all day and have a quick dip when needed. The water is a nice temperature – by that I mean not icy cold. …just right. There's a teak bathroom for men and woman fully equipped near the pool area.
The room was big & beautiful. Nice and bright room and a window. (No need to open the window as the A/C is great.)
Nice A/C which you control. There is a very cool designer sink outside of the bathroom. Free Wifi in room. Ask the front desk for the Wifi code. (They don’t call it a password.) HD TV with loads of English TV channels. Maid service every day. Hot water to shower.
I stayed Jan 1st 2012 for 6 nights. I didn’t have to pay over the top prices. I booked well ahead through www.booking.com in March 2011 to get the promotion for peak season. The first night was 1400Baht (New Years Day) the price dropped the following night to 1200Baht a night.
There's a spa in the hotel. It looked lovely but I didn’t go there so I really don’t know how much it is or how good it is. *If the price doesn't suit your budget you can go to the older Thai ladies 2 doors down for a 1 hour massage 100Baht or 200 Baht (depending on who you get.) I had a few rejuvenating & relaxing foot/calve massages from these older Thai ladies.
The restaurant has good food. However my joy is street food stalls.
The web site does not have directions in Thai for Taxi but this is common for many places in Old City. You can catch a tuk tuk or Soang Tao outside the airport for 100Baht. ~ Flag one when you see one. Tell the driver Moon Muang Road; soi 7.
Your ride will drop you off on the corner of Moon Muang Road & soi 7 ~ its close enough to walk. Look up high for the pink sign Eurana Boutique Hotel on the left side about 100 meters down. The hotel business card has the address in Thai on the back. (Take a business card from hotel when you arrive.)
I would recommend this place to anyone!
There is an abundance of street food stalls which set up early in the morning for breakfast than the shift changes after dark and different street food stalls set up on the same side walk, same area. And the best news is it’s just around the corner from the hotel - in front of Somphet Market on Moon Muang Rd. This is only a 3 or 4 minute walk from the hotel.
There’s a 24 hr Tesco Family Mart around the corner from the hotel. There’s also a Bank/ATM Machine 2 blocks past the market; down Moon Muang on the same side as the market.
Also can do laundry on this soi. Older Thai lady does a fabulous job washing & drying inside out in the sun. (I had my jeans washed for 20Baht at the end of the soi to the left coming out of hotel. ~ See her in the morning as she can be cranky in the afternoon if you want it done the same day. She does her ironing in the afternoon and hates to change her schedule. (Allow 1 day to dry.)
This was cool... Note: There is a free shuttle across the street (outside the moat at Thapae Gate Entrance and to the left) at the Amari Hotel. (Look up high. The name is on the roof.) It's the only big hotel in that area which will take you to Airport Plaza. Go to the front desk and ask for a schedule. Tell the door man you want to go with the guests to Airport Plaza. It’s totally OK. There will be a green Song Tao will pull up out front. The door man will let you know. It is a milk run and stops at 10 hotels on route but it's free. It takes 45 minutes to 1 hour to get there. The last shuttle comes back at 4pm so go early. A tuk tuk charges 100 Baht to go here (one way.) Do go to the basement to eat - it's cheap and delicious!
You do not need a tuk tuk to go the night markets. Simply walk. It’s about 15 to 20 minutes to walk to the night market outside of Old City but a very eclectic & interesting walk.
I walked from Eurana Boutique to Anusarn Night Market across the street from Pantip Plaza. (Located to the right of Kalare Food Bazaar & night court...) same side of street. Better prices and a lot of the same stalls from walking street. Note: There's an out door food court where the Thais eat (and some smart tourists) nestled in a long row down to the far left as you enter. - cheap! cheap! …And delicious!)
I bought a 3 Gb AIS Adapter (stick) unlocked for my laptop here. Great for Asia and it is compatible with Rogers in Canada but too slow. No point in using it as would be slower than a slow dial up out of Thailand. Good for Thailand technology though. Canada uses 4 Gb. Canada will accept payments month to month with a credit card and no contract so you can cancel anytime but no point. In comparison Rogers is 20 times faster.
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