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Baan Glang Soi

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#177 of 1,781 Specialty lodging in Bangkok
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Our room offer a comfortable ambient to unwind after a eventful days in Bangkok. The basic concept of interior design is based on the color of gemstones. The furniture provided Thai style designs. All rooms have air con, TV and private bathroom with shower. We offer double bed rooms and rooms with double and single bed.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Game room
Karaoke
Taxi service
Massage
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Free internet
Wifi
Internet
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast in the room
Wine / champagne
Salon
Shared lounge / TV area
Express check-in / check-out
Laundry service
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Desk
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Room service
Refrigerator
Bath / shower
Safe
Bottled water
Complimentary toiletries
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Family
Languages Spoken
English, Thai

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23, Charoen Wiang Road Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
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Getting there
Don Muang Airport14 mi
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Suvarnabhumi Intl16 mi
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Saphan TaksinBTS Skytrain5 min
SurasakBTS Skytrain6 min
Neighborhood
Silom
Despite the lack of any major tourist attractions, this lively neighborhood is a favorite of many. Whether it's the (somewhat naughty) nightlife of Soi Patpong, the various handicraft night markets or the plethora of dining options that tickle your fancy, a night out in Silom is a must on every itinerary. It's worth a stop during daytime, too: join office workers on a quest to tasty street food during lunch and shop at Silom Complex for a great mix of Thai and international stores. After a day of strolling around the congested sidewalks, a visit to Silom's Lumphini Park, Bangkok's answer to NYC's Central Park, is a welcome change of scenery.
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spacious and comfortable rooms. good place to stay if you will be out most of the day. friendly staff but some can barely understand english delicious food available downstairs. near robinsons mall. 7/11, mcdonalds, starbucks about 15mins walk to the pierre and train.
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Went here for a quick lunch and it was perfect. Tasty soup, friendly service absolutely to recommend. Located in a side street but easy to reach. Cannot day something about the rooms as I did not slept there but restaurant is absolutely fine
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I'm going to rate just the food experience, since I was not staying there. I was staying at a hotel nearby. We went there for breakfast, lunch and evening drinks. Overall great ambiance, nice to have a drink and watch a football game in the evening. Breakfast is not always as described, they switched a few things around, the sausage transformed into a slice of ham, eggs sunny side up into an omelette, coffee into a tea...but tasted ok. Lunch was good, soup is very good ( Tom Yum, and other local thai soups ) as well as different thai food. Good choice of drinks, local and international drinks, beer and hard liqour, good prices ( 80 baht local beer, I recommend Chang, Leo and Tiger - large - 630 ml verry good beers ) and 100 - 120 baht imported beer. I would reccomend this place for cheap eat and drink.
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We (family with two boys age 10 and 12) stayed in this hotel at the end of our Thailand-Trip in April 2017. The hotel is located in a litte side road very near Saphan Taksin Skytrain Station and also close to the pier. This way it is very easy to travel round Bangkok. The hotel itself is very small and lovely. The rooms are very clean and spacious. The staff is friendly and the food..... the food is great. Also try the pizza place right next to it. Our kids loved it. We liked this hotel because it is in the middle of "real life Bangkok" and will certainly stay there once more when we come to Thailand again.
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I traveled with my elderly parents and when we do, we usually look for a cozy place that's more 'local' but not too isolated and with easy access to major points of interest rather than staying in expensive and sterile hotels. This place ticked all the boxes and we were glad we stayed here. We booked a triple room through agoda for 5 nights at the end of September 2016. Once you arrive, don't expect to find a proper reception area or desk. Check-in was done at the restaurant bar and was informal but very personal, friendly, no-frills and quick which we appreciated after coming off a very early flight. Our room on the 2nd floor was basic but tasteful, clean, comfortable and spacious with no issues. Even the bathroom was spacious! Those sensitive to noise may be better off on the 3rd floor since the restaurant below is quite lively 'til late at night. Just like home, it's hot in Bangkok and the a/c worked perfectly fine. There's also a fridge in the room. Though not too central, Saphan Taksin BTS and Sathorn Pier (River Taxis) are just 5-10 mins. walk. Both modes of transport are great options to avoid the traffic. The Sky Bar at the State Tower and the Ghost Tower are just a short walk away on opposite directions. Robinson Bangrak mall is likewise just a short walk down the street. There's a fairly large supermarket for some essentials and a food court in the basement with lots of dining options. The place itself is smack in a middle of a local neighborhood street which gives you a glimpse of how the locals go about their daily lives. There'd be streethawkers in the morning selling fruits and veggies and in the afternoon, the street comes alive with food stalls selling a variety of Thai dishes which is good for those on a budget. It was so local that, apart from the language, everything looked and felt so much like home. Somewhat different but very, very familiar. Oh and don't forget to try their restaurant with the same name up front. It was so good we ate most of our Thai meals there (read separate review). Another thing that we very much appreciated are the owners and staff. We had a pleasure of meeting the owners, Heinz and Pong and they were very friendly and accommodating. They're around most of the time and are nice to have a chat with and made us feel like we were guests at their own home. Prior to arrival, I had emailed some questions and requests. All my emails were promptly replied to. All the hotel and restaurant staff were lovely as well and were able to communicate in basic English. Shoutout to our favorite server 'Ta' who always had a ready smile. Since we were traveling with heavy bags and my parents were elderly, we took the taxi from the airport and back and cost us an everage of BHT 500 each way. It’s a bit tricky to find since taxi drivers seem to be unfamiliar with the place. Good thing I always carried a print out of the hotel map in Thai. Just tell taxi drivers to go to Robinson Bangrak at Centrepoint. Once there, look for the corner 7-11 right across the main road and enter the street. You’ll see it down the road on the right with the big BGS sign. Don’t book here if you prefer luxury or pampering and don’t mind paying a higher price. Otherwise, this is an excellent option at a fair, pocket-friendly price. Highly recommended.
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PRICE RANGE
$33 - $85 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ThailandBangkokSilom / Bang Rak
NUMBER OF ROOMS
10
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