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Stayed for a couple of nights here. The location is excellent if you're looking to take the railway train at Bangkok Railway Centre. It's also near the Hua Lamphong metro station! In fact just right beside it. You can walk to Chinatown if you want...More
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Response from At Hua Lamphong H, Owner at At Hua Lamphong HostelResponded August 27, 2017
Thank you for your comments and we will fix the problems that you mentioned.
The hotel/hostel is located in front of the central railways station, next to the Metro exit, not far from The Golden Buddha Temple and Chinatown. It is hard to image a more convenient location. The hotel itself is clean, with good rooms. The staff is...More
Perfectly located across from the train station and well priced for the location, this clean basic hostel was ideal for a overnight stop on our journey. With access to the train systems and 12go for ticketing you can't go wrong.
Well, as every other post said - this hotel has a great location near the Subway and China-town.
But, regarding the hostel itself - The lobby is nice but very old fashioned, The room is very small, You can't feel the AC that well, the...More
Great location close to the Hua Lamphong train station, and walking distance to China Town too. Also very close to 12Go, where you can pick up pre ordered travel tickets.
Room was a decent size, bathroom was small - the sink was in the bedroom,...More
$13 - $42 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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