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First hotel I have ever walked out of. My friend decided to stay as he was not refunded so refused to let the room go empty. I cannot describe how bad this place is. Just don't go. Pay a bit extra and stay somewhere CLEAN!
This place is disgusting,
Staff are super friendly and that's the only positive thing I can say. Cockroaches, dirty, stinky, everything falling apart, beds are terrible, noise is insane.
You could expect a cleaner experience At a 2 star hotel in Bangkok which would be...More
I didn't get a good nights sleep due to bright lights shining through thin curtains. The manager explained all single person rooms are on the same side of the building so no point in moving me. Window lock also broken so some noise from outside....More
Hotel is in an old building in great location. Room basic but clean - share bathroom but never saw anyone else. Self service continental breakfast was good and coffee available 24 hours. Only negative was a hum all night - don't know what it was....More
Immaculately clean. Spotless. Breakfast room was a brilliant addition. Food was good. Again, immaculate. Quiet. Good quality bed, so comfortable. Staff very friendly and helpful. Location perfect. Able to walk everywhere. We wished there had been a bedside table at both sides of the bed....More
$76 - $129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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