Inn A Day is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Bangkok, offering a quaint environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Inn A Day is a quaint small hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The small hotel features a rooftop terrace and a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Bangkok.
Close to some of Bangkok's most popular landmarks, such as Rajadamnern Thai Boxing Stadium (1.4 mi) and Chinatown - Bangkok (1.5 mi), Inn A Day is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the wine bars, including The Deck Restaurant, Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant, and Vogue Lounge Bangkok, all of which are a short distance from Inn A Day.
Bangkok is also known for some great historic sites, including The Chakri Group (Phra Thinang Chakri Maha Prasat), The Upper Terrace, and Phra Sumen Fort, which are not too far from Inn A Day.
Enjoy your stay in Bangkok!
I loved my stay here! My room, 2 PM, was a little small but had all the comforts and mod-cons I needed and a phenomenal view towards Wat Arun. Elsewhere, I really enjoyed the quirky decor, the lovely breakfasts, the funky cafes (highly recommend Tonkin Annam) in the neighbourhood, and the ease of access to Wat Pho, Grand Palace, Sanam Chai MRT, and ferry piers. I could even walk down to Khaosan and Chinatown in under 20 minutes. I'd also make special mention of the family running the hotel - they're very warm and caring - as well as the value for money. That said, I'd recommend prospective stay-ers to keep in mind that the hotel lacks an elevator and the stairs are a bit steep. Staff is happy to help with luggage, but if you have mobility issues, this is (unfortunately) not the place for you. Would I change anything? Not really - except for maybe adding skid-strips on the stairs to prevent from slipping. Would I return? YES!…
This boutique hotel is in the perfect location! Walk to Wot Pho and The Grand Palace and take the ferry across to Wat Arun. There are fabulous rooftop bars only an alley away but definitely come back to eat at the hotel as the food is sensational. Our room, 1.00pm had stunning views across to Wat Arun but pack some ear plugs if you are a light sleeper as, though the barges by day and dinner cruises by night make a great visual spectacle, they are a little noisy. The family operating the inn are also so friendly and helpful.
This place is located just behind Wat Pho (reclining Buddha) and with views of Wat Arun from the room balcony. Staff was very friendly and helpfull. Breakfast was great and so is the restaurant food (very good). Room design is very cool and very clean. Had a room with balcony and view of Wat Arun There are so many temples and places in walking distance or a short tuk-tuk or taxi ride near by that you will not run out. This one of the few hotels I would consider returning to.
I really love this family run boutique inn. It has so much character and you really feel immersed in old Bangkok. The design is interesting and meaningful. Sure, it looks good for the 'gram, but more importantly it feels authentic. This is my second time staying here and I hope to return for future trips to Bangkok. The family who manages it is so kind. They are quiet and give you as much space as you want, but are also readily available to help out in any way. They give honest insider advice, so you can be sure you're in good hands. The rooms are character filled. The bed and pillows are truly the most comfortable I've had in Thailand. The views over the river are out of this world. While there is construction on the pier in front, there is no noise at all. There is just a green transparent fabric shade over the construction, but if it gets in the way of your photos from your room window / balcony you can go to the top floor of the hotel to take unobstructed photos from the open lounge space. Other reviewers have mentioned the rooms are a bit dark - it's true there isn't much by way of artificial lighting, but the natural light from the windows overlooking the river is usually sufficient. There is a console shelf in the room I stayed in (4pm) that I used as a laptop desk. Many of the hotels in the area have a restaurant or cafe between them and the river, or they have a rooftop restaurant, which means there is a bit of noise. Here the rooms are truly riverfront, and the public restaurant is on the main floor, so the rooms are quite peaceful aside from the boat noises, which I enjoy. The breakfast is also delicious and very filling.…
We spent New Year at the Inn A Day & so glad we did. It’s in a great location opposite Wat Arun & near Wat Po. The view from our room was amazing, especially at night when Wat Arun is lit up. Our room was quirky, which we loved & the beds very comfortable, which is unusual in Thailand. The owners & staff were very efficient & friendly, always available to give advise. The breakfast was delicious & substantial, set you up for the day. Thank you In A Day, we will certainly return!
Right on the waterfront- this is a boutique hotel now transformed into a restaurant. Not bad priced - it’s worth the visit. Very impressed with this intimate, stylish, family run hotel. What is surprising is its Not well known to the tuk tuk drivers but so close to Wat Pho that we just walked from the main road (less than a minute away). I stayed here so I could see another side of Bangkok - but also visit the kinds palace.
The boutique hotel is over 5 floors, with two guest room floors, one roof terrace/view and mezzanine relax floor, plus the Entrance (with reception, restaurant and terrace). The hotel is very unique design and built and with a PERFECT location & view ! The hotel is a true INSTAGRAMMABLE and very nice designer hotel. The owners and all hotel team are providing extreme good and friendly service.... with warmth and welcoming. The food is exceptional and all provided along the hotels friendliness and professionalism..... Being opposite of Wat Arun, in walking distance to the ‘flower market, Chaopraya River and als mit staright across of the Grand Palace. Strongly recommended. I will be back!!
Lovely hotel next to Wat Pho. The room we had was spacious and the bed was really comfortable. Really good breakfast (can recommend the omelette) Beautiful terrace overlooking the river and Wat Arun Helped us book a taxi and made us breakfast to go for an early start the day we left.
We stayed at Inn a Day on our trip to Thailand a few weeks ago. We only stayed a few nights as we were only in Bangkok for a short while, but we absolutely loved our stay here! The view from our room alone was amazing, but we loved everything about our stay here. Even before we had arrived, they were very helpful in answering some questions we had by email. The hospitality and service was fantastic, we felt right at home from the moment we arrived. The room was spacious, clean, and comfortable. Breakfast was fantastic, we opted for the thai breakfast and would highly recommend it! The morning we left Bangkok we had a very early flight and they were kind enough to get up early, have a cab waiting for us, and have some sandwiches packed for us to bring with us so we weren't without breakfast! The location of the Inn is fantastic! Being right across from Wat Arun, you have the most amazing view, and you are also super close to so many big sites in Bangkok- Wat Arun, and the Grand Palace are both super close by. As a heads up, there is no lift in the Inn, but they are more than helpful in getting bags to the room etc. I can't recommend this Inn enough, it was our favorite stay during our 2 week stay in Thailand!…
Very impressed with this intimate, stylish, family run hotel. The location is perfect and the view from our 2pm room across the river to Wat Arun was stunning. The beds were comfy and the staff very friendly and helpful. The Thai breakfast is a must! Not well known to the tuk tuk drivers but so close to Wat Pho that we just walked from the main road (less than a minute away). Friends of ours were staying in one of the big, fancy chain hotels further down the river but we would choose Inn a Day over this every time.