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Kamin Bird Hostel

490/4 Nathong 6 Ratchada 7 Dindaeng Thanon Ratchada Phisek, Bangkok 10400 Thailand
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#359 of 2,055 Specialty lodging in Bangkok
The reasonable budget hostel for traveler . The area is easy to be accessed to down town , business center and new shopping area. Just 5 minutes walk to Ratchada rd. And supermarket, 10 minutes walk to huaykwang market 10 minutes walk to MRT. And 15 minutes to Airport link Makasan by MRT With its convenient and peace. There's a lot of local Thai food restuarant and various shop for shop
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Shuttle bus service
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Express check-in / check-out
Non-smoking hotel
Shared bathroom
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Japanese, Korean, Thai


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Grade: 97 out of 100
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2Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
490/4 Nathong 6 Ratchada 7 Dindaeng Thanon Ratchada Phisek, Bangkok 10400 Thailand
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Bangkok Intl Airport13 miSee all flights
Don Muang Airport10 miSee all flights
Thailand Cultural CentreBangkok Metropolitan Rapid Transit8 min
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Eugene Nyunt wrote a review Jul 2019
Bangkok, Thailand695 contributions41 helpful votes
Excellent WiFi connectivity and two charming cats, especially the completely white one. There are several dormitories and a few private rooms, although the latter seem to be used by local Thais as a Love Hotel. Good shower rooms too, with correctly pressurised bum guns. These are combined wet rooms and are very hygienic, although there’s only one washroom per storey - including the ground floor. The hostel is located around the corner from a couple of convenience stores and a five minute stroll from two terrific shopping centres (The Street, and The Esplanade), a forgettable night market, a fitness centre, as well as a gigantic hypermarket (The Big C) which is akin to Carrefour in the free nation of Taiwan. There is no on-street parking, which will never be a problem, but the kitchen area is limited. Although there is an electric stove which is available, the tiny common area whose space it shares only permits one person to cook at a time. That said, there is a microwave if you want to purchase a frozen vegan meal and heat it up. If you’re in Bangkok to shop the location is great, less so if you want to visit temples and the like, although the canal bus is one MRT ride away and this maritime transport can take you places neither the BTS skytrain, nor the MRT underground network can.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
Response from KAMIN BIRD HOST... H, Owner at Kamin Bird Hostel
Responded Jul 2, 2019
About this comment >> although the latter seem to be used by local Thais as a Love Hotel. We can't know how they will use cause they book via hotel booking website (agoda.com) it's normal hotel booking website that people use around the world. Almost about guest are prepaid book . We didn't sell room as love hottel as you though .Guest is our customer. We can't not touch their privacy if they paid online . or too much complain And we sell the room daily price as normal. Not hour for sure cause All are prepaid in Agoda.com. I don't know what happen to you Everyone are talk each other And I heard that you complain something everyday. but however thank you for your review that made me surprise.Ever you long stay and exchange work with us
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Alfred wrote a review May 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia186 contributions36 helpful votes
Stay here couple of times as the location is strategically located where the Big C mart/MRT/Huiwang night market are all within a short 5-8min walking distance. Probably one of cheapest dorm around the busy street of Rachadapisek where it is popular with star rated hotels and messages. All the rooms are well kept and clean. The only limitation isthe shower room which has got only one cater for 4-6 rooms at each floor. Overall this dorm stay is well recommended.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Traveled solo
Response from KAMIN BIRD HOST... H, เจ้าของธุรกิจ at Kamin Bird Hostel
Responded May 28, 2017
Thank you for your review we will try the best to keep quality and alway welcome guest. Thank you and welcome.
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TeFeet C wrote a review Apr 2017
9 contributions5 helpful votes
Had a great stay here. Place is off the party places so not much noise. Quiet neighborhood but just few minutes walk to MRT station, malls and Rod Fai night market which is amazing. I stayed in an 8 bed air conditioned dorm room with good wi-fi connection, comfortable bed and cleanliness is well-maintained too.
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Traveled solo
GOHABSGO1984 wrote a review Apr 2017
Auckland, New Zealand207 contributions42 helpful votes
It was a decent stay. I did however find the staff, or 'helper' to be annoying at times. I stayed 7 nights. 4 mornings I was woken up by a staff member because he lost 1000 baht. Jumping up and down the bunk bed saying, "omg omg omg." And cursing woke me up repeatedly. You would swear he lost 100000 baht. Total drama queen. Then, he showed another guest the dorm room at 09:00AM. Which is fine. But if you're going to talk about colonization of the phillippines have respect and do it outside the room. Thirdly, i told this 'helper' or staff or whatever that i was extending but he didn't seem to pass it on. So by 01:00PM the owner is like, "oh so i guess you're checking out today?" and i look like the idiot for not telling the actual owner i was extending instead of this 'helper' guy. I didn't try the breakfast because i heard it was really bad. Owner needs to have the staff be more responsible for their noise levels as they are the loudest because they sleep in the same room as you. Not sure if he was actual staff but he was there just as long as i was and was showing guests their beds. I guess somewhere between guest and staff. Either way, he was a total drama queen over 1000 baht, talked loudly INSIDE THE ROOM while people were sleeping. TALK OUTSIDE THE ROOM. HAVE RESPECT FOR OTHER GUESTS. I'm sorry you lost money, but don't start making noise and asking me questions like, 'was there anyone else in the room last night?' So annoying.
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Traveled solo
Response from KAMIN BIRD HOST... H, เจ้าของธุรกิจ at Kamin Bird Hostel
Responded Apr 21, 2017
I m so sorry for my staff , accually , he was traveller and working holiday. I will tell him. This is depend on the their personallity , however I will try to beware and warn them. and about asking checking in and out it's might be misunderstand. But just asking because sometime misunderstand about guest check in and check out . however it's just question.hope you didn't mind about that, and sorry if made you feel upset about my worker. He is a bit elder over 40 Years old. Don't be mention him.
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Danielle S wrote a review Dec 2016
21 contributions3 helpful votes
Pro's: The staff were great when we arrived, he told us everything we needed to know and showed us to our room. We also met a volunteer staff member and a other female staff member who were also really friendly. The hostel is off the main road so we were able to get a good nights sleep, and the free breakfast is always a bonus - breakfast is simple (white bread, jam and marmalade). Theres a big mall and food court nearby which is cheap. If you're looking for a base to sleep away from the big crowds and don't mind very basic facilities then this hostel is for you. Con's: The first thing I noticed when walking in was all the clutter and mess around the hostel.. it's doesnt make the place feel very welcoming. There is no lift and we were on the 3rd floor (ok for us, but if you don't want/are unable to use stairs maybe request a ground floor room or avoid all together). I noticed that the hand towels in the communal toilet and kitchen weren't changed in our 3 days there - felt a bit unhygienic. However our room towels did get changed everyday which was nice. This hostel is very quiet and lacks a backpacker atmosphere... We're certainly not the type of people to party into the night, but a good social environment is definitely lacking here! If you're looking to be central and close to the main tourist area - then maybe this isn't the place for you. You'll be taking multiple modes of transport to reach the main city which gets expensive if you're a backpacker and defeats the object of staying somewhere cheap, and will make it difficult if you're looking for any kind of night life. The hostel is placed in a much more local area (which we liked!) but it made it difficult for us to find the hostel when we landed into bangkok in the evening as not many people spoke English (and we were using Google maps too!) But after walking up and down the streets we found it eventually - Clearer instructions on how to find the hostel would be good for future guests. Overall, this hostel is simple and cheap with friendly staff, however it's just a little bit out of the way and too cluttered for me to stay here again or to recommend.
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Date of stay: December 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$14 - $18 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kamin Bird Hostel
Which popular attractions are close to Kamin Bird Hostel?
Nearby attractions include The Esplanade (0.2 miles) and The Street (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Kamin Bird Hostel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and shuttle bus service.
What food & drink options are available at Kamin Bird Hostel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Kamin Bird Hostel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Takumi Japanese Restaurant, 204 Bistro and Bar, and Loong Foong Cantonese Restaurant.
Are pets allowed at Kamin Bird Hostel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Kamin Bird Hostel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Japanese, Thai, and Korean.
Are there any historical sites close to Kamin Bird Hostel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Holy Rosary Church (4.9 miles), Nai Lert Park Heritage Home (2.5 miles), and Chitralada Palace (3.5 miles).