'Take a Nap:The sleeping room' hostel in Bangkok city,We offers great value, friendly backpacker and budget accommodation in central of Bangkok City.
Try napping in our sleeping room, where thirty of them have been designed and furnished by a different theme. The rooms are all decorated so differently, with varying colors, graphics wall and facilities.
It has a great central location(not in khaosarn road), and is really only a few minutes walk from both the sky train(BTS) and subway(MRT). It's also close to the city center, night clubs, markets and many sights. Our hostel is located at Rama 4 Street, near Silom and Surawongse Street, CBD of Bangkok City and is a wonderful spot for backpackers to base themselves.
*Kindly note : We are not in Khaosarn road area, it's about 5-6 KM from here, Silom district.
Private rooms are equipped with bathroom, air conditioned, telephone line, TV(3 news channel+1 music channel), tea & coffee facilities and private safe.(no fridge)
Dormitory rooms are equipped with bathroom, air conditioned, telephone line, Storage, Table and private safe.
-Lobby areas are equipped with wireless internet connection(free of charge)
-In room WiFi (free of charge, Please ask for your password at the reception)
-pool table(THB 30/game)
-Luggage storage(free of charge)
- City Map( free of charge at the reception)
-Breakfast included for the private room only**
(for the dorm room can purchase breakfast coupon at the reception)
Single room: 3.5' bed, 15-18 sq.m.
Double room: Queen or King sized bed, 19-24 sq.m.
Twin room: two single bed, 16-20 sq.m.
7-Bed Mixed Dorm room: 35-45 sq.m.
Room limitations: No fridge and wardrobe.
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