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good central location, rooms basic but spacious and comfortable. can be very warm at night, would recommend going for AC if you can afford over fan. a little noisy at night but it is very central. you can watch films, charge phones, go on internet...More
Reading one of the previous reviews and having spent 4 nights here I'm really not sure what some people are expecting when they book into a budget hotel (we paid about 350 bhat for a double room) but this place does exactly as it says...More
This is my second stay in this hotel and my wife's first. It is a no frills hotel with very nice rooms at 870 baht for a queen bed. They only deal in cash and only in the local currency and also demmand payment for...More
I was staying at My House Hotel during my last trip to Bangkok.
2 rooms were booked.
Room No: 360 (myself and a friend) & 362 (My parents)
Period : 29 Jul - 3 Aug 2009
It was a horrible experience!
Never will I stay...More
Home to at least a dozen hip coffee shops, sophisticated boutiques and some seriously fine restaurants, Ari is the newest epicentre of Bangkok cool. Fleeing from the skyrocketing rents in Thonglor and Ekamai, many young urbanites made Ari their new home. This mostly residential neighbourhood outside the city centre isn't much of a trendy area on first sight, but if you scratch the surface of government
buildings and noodle shops, you'll find out that there's loads of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Bring a local friend or do your research on beforehand to avoid missing out on all the fun.