10 minutes walk from Sky Train Bts station Phrom Phong located near to numerous restaurants, Himalaya Residence is a cosy little villa, Bed & Breakfast situated at Sukhumvit 31, and it’s in the heart of the city centre! Just off Bangkok’s famous Sukhumvit Road, only 10 minutes of walking distance from BTS Asoke Station, 15 minutes to Underground train station Sukhumvit (Mrta)!
20 rooms make up this European style villa giving you the feeling of comfort, peace, and safety while still being near all the action and excitement of Bangkok.
500 meters walking distance from the Skytrain, you won t have any transportations problems here. Taxis, buses, boats, etc... are all to be found downtown. Whether it’s shopping, night life, temples, or just the fast pace of Bangkok you’re looking for.
All rooms have free wi-fi connection and are very spacious with all modern facilities.
We have rooms for single, double and group of 6 people can be accommodated in same room.
Spacious double, single and family rooms with free wireless internet and all modern facilities to make your stay a wonderful one. We also provide extra bed on request for just 500 baht inclusive of free breakfast.
All rooms have attached bathroom complete with all toiletries. Room facilities: A/C, TV, telephone, mini-bar, daily housekeeping, room service, hot and cold shower, desk, table.
From the Airport:
You can take a taxi from the airport that takes about 1 hour to get to the villa and the charge is from 200 to 250 Baht.
Sky train: Get down at Phrompong BTS station and head towards Sukhumvit 31 and take a motor taxi for 10 baht and say Sawatdi Masion, or walk down straight for 500 meters to reach the villa.
Mrta underground train: Get down at Sukhumvit station and walk towards Soi Cowboy and head straight to Sukhumvit 31 and take motor bike for just 10 Baht to reach the villa.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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Nice friendly staff, im going to be as honest as i can, i enjoyed my stay there, but is about a 10 min walk to sukhamvit road, a very hot and sweaty walk, was a little disappointed with the internet, i asked where the computer was with internet access and was pointed to a single computer in a walkway which was broke, i managed to fix it and get it working but is very slow, the resturant is lovely, food is great, stay away from the lassi though..lol, the showers were cold, and when i stayed the water had stopped in the whole building so they moved us to better rooms where the showers were warm, but only the last night of my week. also be careful who you book with when booking this hotel, as i booked through travelsupermarket.com and when i arrived with all the paperwork, the place had no idea i was booked or even staying there. not good.
also if you get a room facing the front of the building you wont get much sleep, locals, eat, sleep and party away all night, and everyday, when you pull up the the hotel it looks like a rundown old apartment block. very poor area.
all in all a little to much for a room here, when you can get places closer to sukhamvit road with better facilities for the same amount or less.
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Stayed there for 5 nights. We came later than we had told so we ended up with and really crappy room. We tought about looking for another place, but the staff was very kind and got us in another room. The staff was very helpfull and the food there was exelent. And most of all it was really cheap! I can really recomend this place for other travellers!
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