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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bangkok is £26 per night.
112/26 Ramintra 40 Yeak 19 (Nuan Chan) Buengkum, Don Muang / ImpactOutstanding 100%
110 Wireless Road, Lumpini, PathumwanOutstanding 100%
2043 Phattanakan Road, Orange Building between Phatthanakan 43 & 45, Suan Luang DistrictOutstanding 99%
96/5 Pradipat Road, Samsennai PhayathaiOutstanding 100%
65 Sukhumvit Soi 1 Sukhumvit Rd Klongtoey Nua, WattanaOutstanding 100%
212/4 Nathong1 Lane (Ratchadaphisek7) Ratchadaphisek Road, DindaengOutstanding 97%
caiyaochin The location is ok, taxi 5 minuts to metro, few stations to weekend market or to the center of the city. but nothing interesting around, for me it was difficult to find even after i stay there for two nights. usually taxi driver doesnt know where is it. the good thing are: rooms are very clean and nice, host is very helpful, price is good. It's my first time stay in a family hotel, compare the nomal hotels, this one is more like "someone's home".
19/4 Chidlom LumpiniOutstanding 95%
3/2 Thanon Khao VachirapayabalOutstanding 100%
125 Ramintra 67 KhannayaoOutstanding 96%
195 Soi Kingkeaw 33 Kingkeaw Rd. Samut PrakranExcellent 92%
wireframe74 The owner is a great bloke and liked to have a chat. The rooms are quite large and clean and at a very reasonable price. A small Thai restaurant is located close by where you can get some tasty Thai food at good prices. Its little further away from the central city area but not so far to lat Prabang station which will get you to downtown Bangkok. Thoroughly enjoyed my stay here.
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