I feel that the place we lived in Bangkok was such a good choice, full of Thai style, hidden in an alley away from the bustle, and very close to BTS! perfect!
This hostel is recommended by Lonely Planet. I am a big fan of Lonely Planet . There are a lot of Lonely Planet's magazines at my home. I will also refer to Lonely Planet to plan the itinerary. And this hostel is the best choice in whole trip .
The hotel is of great historical value. It was built in 1988. When you walk in, it has a strong retro style. With a wooden structure, you can see a sense of history! In addition to staying at the hotel is also a small historical museum.
And the hotel is located in the center of Bangkok, very close to the Siam Center, Siam Square, MBK, etc.!
The decorations in the hotel are all very Thai-style retro decorations. It is difficult to see these decorations in other places. They are all covered with dust. It can be seen that they have not been taken care of for a long time! Surprisingly, there is a erhu!
The rooms are generally upstairs, and because there are not many windows, it is dim even though it is during the daytime, which makes it more time-conscious! The lights on the aisle are always on no matter day or night ~
Wooden floors, wooden walls, and wooden walkways seem to have passed through history and returned to the old Thai house. The inside and outside of the hotel are like two worlds.
Although the whole hotel is very retro, there are still some in the room, the sheets and quilts are very clean, the room is also very bright, the most important thing is : there is air conditioning! I can’t sleep without air conditioning in Thailand, especially when we travel in May, it was super hot!
There is also a dining area in the hostel, even if you don’t go out all day, no need to worry about going out to eat! The dining area is open 24 hours, we used a dinner and a breakfast here!
There was no one in the morning. The two of us monopolized a long table. A steamed egg with sausage as below was only 40B, which was very economical!