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Reviewed yesterday NEWvia mobile

While meechai mansion may not be much to look at,it lies in the lovely little pocket of din deang. A wonderfuly gritty neighborhood reminiscent of old asia with many food options and safe place to walk around close to two major malls with many shopping options.the rooms are large,a little tattered but comfortable.staff are friendly and very accomodating.price is very...

Thank Dave T
Reviewed 20 August 2015

First of all let me tell you that this was the first place where I lived in Bangkok. I stayed there for a whole year because my company made a 1 year contract. The rooms are around 25 sq meters with a bathroom that has a bathtub and a small balcony. The price is 5500. There a some rooms with...

Thank Momonari
Northampton, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 January 2014

I once again stayed at Meechai Mansion for about ten days, nothing has really changed but there were signs up they were refurbsing rooms putting new flooring down. The rooms are still clean and big, the gym still needs updating and the pool is still okay, the cleaners clean your room every day and give you two free bottles of...

2Thank ryanworldwide
Northampton, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 August 2013

It has two building opposite each other one is a hotel/apartment, and the other is just for renting. I stayed in the hotel part, a room is 700 Baht a night with 1000 Baht deposit, the rooms are large and clean they are cleaned every day, the cleaners are very helpful if you ask them to come back and clean...

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Reviewed 13 October 2012 via mobile

Meechai is a big apartment block about 25 floors high. It's old and worn and badly maintained. The rooms are shabby, all told it's a depressing experience. On the positive side the location is reasonable and the rent is reasonable (5500 baht per month) There's a lot of westerners live there who are strapped for cash or down on their...

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Address: 522/163 Asoke-Din Daeng Rd., Soi Songrang, Bangkok, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Bangkok > Din
Number of rooms: 5
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“Get a high floor room on the corner. That way you will avoid the noise downstairs or from a maybe noisy neighbor.”
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