Samsen 5 Lodge is superbly located in the old community in the heart of Bangkok with few minutes walk to Chaopraya river, Rama8 Boat pier and bus stop. We are opposite Wat Sampraya (Chinese-Thai style temple),and surrounded with wonderful historic attractions, also within walking distance to the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha and Thai Traditional Massage School (Wat Po), Wat Arun, National Museums , Khao San Road, temples, and Thai Boxing Gym, etc.
Though miniature in size, Samsen 5 Lodge offers excellent atmosphere and hospitality. Inside three rooms which are designed to be eco-friendly using natural ventilation and light, there is a small, shady courtyard where guests can enjoy peaceful feeling and soft natural light, also with Asian and domestic interior style that created a stylish, classic yet equipped with all the modern comforts.our 3 rooms are chinese room, decorated with chinese antiques furniture and art pieces, courtyard room, which has perfect natural ventilation from the balcony and courtyard, and a double room, which is perfect for a guest or young couple, even if it is small, it is still cozy. All rooms have garden window or courtyard window inside Next to the rooms is the reading room, gallery and designers studio, which serves to educate guests about Thai culture, art and architecture. We also co-ordinate to our neighbor community such as Thai Boxing Gym and Local Ferry to organize activities for our guest to learn and discover more on Thai life style.The area is also packed with old-dilicious places to eat Thai food.
We serve the most up to date facilities including Wi Fi Internet access, private bathrooms, air-conditioning, mini-bars, Cable TV , hot-cold shower, safe and a continental breakfast.
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