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This hotel is hidden in an alley behind the main roads of Silom, which gives it a particularly peaceful and quiet air while still remaining very well located. Chong Nonsi BTS station is two minutes away on foot, while the gay bars of Soi 4 (Connection, Telephone, HUGs, etc) can be reached in 10 minutes. Sauna Mania, a large and busy sauna popular with Thai guys, is a stone’s throw away.
The hotel itself is a very good 3-star option and has everything a traveler could want during their time in Bangkok. The rooms are modern, well-furnished, and spacious, with really comfy beds and pillows. There is no in-house swimming pool, but guests have access to the outdoor pool and gym facilities at the Trinity Complex Building across the street.
Perhaps the biggest plus is the number of great places to eat nearby. Don’t miss out on Chu Cafe, serving mouthwatering all-day brunch next to the hotel lobby, or 88 Eatery & Bar, a cool gay-owned Thai restaurant just around the corner.
♥ Easy access to top-class brunch at Chu Cafe.
♥ Great location off the noisy main streets.
♥ Next door to 88 Eatery & Bar, beloved by the local gay community.