x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bangkok is £26 per night.
No. 45, Soi Chareonkrung 50, Chareonkrung RoadOutstanding 97%
Inside Flow House Bangkok, A-square Soi Sukhumvit 26, Klong-ToeyOutstanding 97%
70 Pracharat BamPhen Rd Huai KhwangOutstanding 96%
130/3-4 Silom Soi 6 Silom Road, BangkokOutstanding 95%
67/9 Soi Suan Phlu SathornOutstanding 95%
120/15 Sukhumvit soi 23 (Prasan mit) Klong Toey Nua, WattanaExcellent 94%
Corner of Soi Pridi 35, Sukhumvit 71 Road Unit Number 957/43, Klongtan Nue, WattanaExcellent 94%
5 Tani Rd. (Banglampoo) Taladyod Phranakorn BangkoExcellent 93%
tientien_n The hostel is very nice. The location is near to some tourist spot like Imperial Palace, Wat Poh, Wat Arun. I can find daily needs easily at the location. The hostel is clean and they have secure security. Every guest is given a chop to access enterance door and room. There are 5 PCs and wifi access, so we can get through the internet and send news to our family and friends easily. The staffs assist us with warming smile. They also maintain the cleanliness every day. I like to stay at NapPark at Khao San and hopefully back again in the future. It's suggestion from me, it would be better if the hostel improve their service by serving coffee or tea in the morning with some bread then, the guest who will walk to get their next destination or visit some places not be hungry in the early morning even there's 7 eleven store around there.
45 soi 3 (wat prok) Charoen-rat Road, Kwang Tungwatdon, Khet SathornExcellent 93%
David_j_walker Very peaceful and clean Guest House in a very busy part of Bangkok. It was my first visit to this city and I found the staff at the guest house extremely helpful and the calming music over breakfast ideally set up each day. I will be returning at the end of my trip on my way back home.
41/146-148 Soi sunthonpimol, rama 4 rd., PrathumwanExcellent 92%
32/9 Sukhumvit 21 Soi 1 Asokmontri Road WattanaExcellent 92%
4 Decho Road Suriyawong BangrakExcellent 91%
paul.c84 I'd stayed at Lub*d a few months previously when first arriving in Bangkok. So I decided to book another stay there for my last night before flying home again back in December. Across all areas the hostel seemed to me to be very professionally run. The staff are helpful and most speak very good English, they were very busy but were always helpful and polite. The design and layout of the building very open and welcoming, its feels fresh and it kept very clean. I noticed a few small fixtures that needed fixing/replacing but these were minor. The dorms are large and have good security, only complaint was that the one i was in was quite dark as the main light was dim and at one end of the dorm. Though i guess this is good if you're the one asleep and someone gets in late and turns the light on. Each bunk had its own light and power point which was useful. Some travellers may think the hostel is poorly located as its in the Silom area. While it is far from Khao San Rd and the main sight in that area of town, it is actually a very good location in my opinion. Its not far from Chinatown and the main train station which is just in walking distance. Best of all its an easy short walk to the closest skytrain station which then links you to a lot of Bangkok areas. I needed to get to the airport early one morning and this was very simple to achieve via the train network. Theres loads of good shopping and eating around the area the hostel is in. My tip is to walk south out of Decho Rd on to Silom then turn right, walk along until you see the quite unique looking temple across on the left side of the road, turn right there down a street which has a lot of food stalls selling freshly cooked seafood. The food there was amazing and very well priced. About 50-80 baht for a really good pad thai, curry etc.
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