Samsen Skyline Hostel is located far enough from Khao San Road to avoid the chaos and hiked-up prices but close enough – 10 minutes – for quick access. One of our most salient features is the roof-top terrace, on which parties with fellow travelers alternate with quiet evenings. Our dorms have a luxury feel and we have private rooms available for groups of two to six. We have free WIFI accessible throughout the building. .
We recommend you carry the phone number for Skyline just in case the taxi driver needs more detailed directions in Thai or you get lost if trying to make your way here by some alternate route. Contact Nate at 08-750-20520.
During the early morning hours, if there does not appear to be anyone in the reception area, please note that there is a doorbell.
1.The property is not well suited to the very young or very old. There is no elevator/lift and the stairwells are wide and completely open.
2.All of our bathrooms are shared, and the water is not heated (It's lukewarm). Not all the rooms have balconies for smoking, but there is the roof and a common balcony.
The third floor is poorly insulated against sound.
3.There is a keycard door for late entry; reception is closed between 12 and 7 am (but you can easily contact us).
4.Please note that there is a deposit of 500 baht for the keycard that is due when checking in as well as the first night's charge. The 500 baht is returned to you when you check out.
5.Cash payment only upon check in.
6.1 day advance notice for free cancellation.
7.Our check in time is 13:00p.m and check out time is 12:00noon
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