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Reviewed June 20, 2012

Good things about this hotel is its location and staff. It it easy short walk to Saladaeng Station and Silom area. Staff are friendly and helpful if you ask questions. I almost feel guilty to give this rating when i think about the friendly staff. The reasons I gave only three stars are: breakfast was very basic. Given the price maybe i should not complain. Secondly on the contrary to what Trip Advisor indicates, there is no swimming pool in this hotel. I mentioned this to the staff already. It might not be the hotel's fault but it is misleading and it matters when you travel in such a hot weather. Thirdly, a single room i stayed was quite small. Another thing is that although you have a phone in the room, you cannot make a phone call directly. You need to tell the reception the number you are calling and they will make a phone call for you and put it through to you. It could be rather awkward.

Now this is just a guess, but rading the earlier comments, i suspect that the management might have changed. When they started this business, they tried to make it aesthetically appealing and fashionable. Maybe the new owner succeeded this hotel and they are not totally sure what to do with those nice decorations. Sorry, again this is just my guess but i could not help coming up with this story.

Date of stay: May 2012
Trip type: Traveled solo
2  Thank Taroh
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Reviewed March 20, 2012

A very impressive bedroom with 4 poster beds covered in muslim drapes with a very stylish bathroom. No restaurant on site, they have a restaurant next door that never tends to be open. This is a great location for anybody staying in the Silom area of Bangkok as you can take a short cut straight through the hospital onto the main road in Silom where all the market stalls are. This hotel has no swimming pool which would have been a nice added feature in the sweltering heat but all in all this is a lovely friendly basic 5 star hotel.

Date of stay: March 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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5  Thank C47TER
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Reviewed February 8, 2012

LOCATION: loved it, in end of Sathorn soi 4, next to St Andrews school, and BNH hospital, so it was quiet but convenient to go to Family Mart, and Sala Daeng BTS station (5-10 min walk)
EATING: passing though BNH hospital, you reach Convent Rd, and on lunch time, its full of food stalls, just follow the crowd and you will find good and super cheap food
STAFF: attentive and quick with the welcome drink, and gave me a goodbye drink, English fluent, and they walked all the way to Sathorn road to get me a metered taxi
ROOMS: Tastefully THAI decorated with beautiful postered bed, average room size, good WiFi, but minor bug... air con took some time to cool the room down, another thing is that when you open the shower area glass door, you are left with a tiny space to squeeze into the shower area (your buttocks are literally touching the shower wall to squeeze through)... could be fixed by simply changing to sliding door
FACILITIES: lots of THAI sculpture and paintings everywhere
IN SHORT: a good hotel if you don't want to branch hotel experience, and want Thai decor

Room tip: It's all pretty quiet, so i suppose higher floor gets more sunlight
Date of stay: February 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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3  Thank Ed1982_10
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Reviewed January 21, 2012

Great small boutique hotel. Have stayed here 10 times in the past year or so. Close to many businesses whilst very quiet and no tuktuk noise.
The staff go out of their way to assist – nothing is a problem.
Highly recommend for Business traveller or holiday maker.. water pressure in the bathrooms needs fixing.. but is my only complaint.
Good internet and full size desk for working.

Room tip: As for a corner room - has seperate balcony..
Date of stay: December 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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6  Thank GregE700
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Reviewed December 29, 2011

It is my 3rd time to stay with Mirth Sathorn. The hotel lobby, after rennovation, looks nicer. Reservation can be made directly with the hotel. Payment can be made after arrival. The rooms are nice and very comfortable with very friendly staff. It is about a few mins' walking distance to BTS and MTR, very convenient indeed, by go through Central Department Store in Silom Complex. If you go back to hotel quite late at night, you might walk a few more minutes as the department store closes. Staying with other hotels nearby at similar prices, I rate Mirth is the best choice and will choose it in future.

Date of stay: December 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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6  Thank jasonlizj
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