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Swan hotel is in Bangkok therefore making it very authentic. The rooms are basic but clean. Pool area is amazing and very social. No problem arriving at 4am! Tuktuks always close by; 5 min walk to ferry pier. Basic but good hotel restaurant. Charming old...More
It is quite, and service is good. Has family rooms with 3 single beds, but it has enough space to add one extra bed. Great for our family if 4. Convenient location. But the bathrooms are poor, looking more like a cheap guesthouse. We arrive...More
This is our fifth visit to the Swan. It is a two star hotel but I give it five stars for the value.
It is really well located right next door to the Mandarin.
You are a two minute walk to the ferry at Oriental....More
We stayed here a couple of nights with as a big family group and it was perfect. Great location - central enough to be easy access to all the sights and sounds of Bangkok but just slightly off the track enough to be quiet and...More
Great for backpackers and families. The pool was quaint and nice. The staff was friendly and the complimentary breakfast in the morning was delicious. Centrally located in Bang Rak. We backpackers stayed there the night after our river cruise!
$29 - $44 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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