If you’re looking for a resort in Bangkok, look no further than Thai Garden Resort.
Close to some of Bangkok's most popular landmarks, such as Wat Lat Phrao (2.0 mi) and St. John's Church (3.1 mi), Thai Garden Resort is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the resort rooms offer a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and shops while staying at Thai Garden Resort. In addition, Thai Garden Resort offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Bangkok trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
If you are looking for a good Asian restaurant, you may want to check out Waterside Resort Restaurant, obaroi, or Ruen Mallika Restaurant while staying at Thai Garden Resort.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as The Chakri Group (Phra Thinang Chakri Maha Prasat), The Upper Terrace, and Phra Sumen Fort.
The staff at Thai Garden Resort looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
With this price u can stay somewhere near hualuangphong where very close to subway and train with 5 bath straight to the airport. Me and my friend stay here for 2 nights and we need take taxi everywhere, and the taxi not cheap, so with that money u can stay nice clean hotel with almost same price. But near there have the night market where not too much tourist go there. Anyway if u think abt value would recommended that u can find a lot heap hotel in the center and near subway
This place has a lot of potential for short stay visits. It was our gateway to Bangkok. We planned our trip from the comfort and quiet of our bedroom. It is tucked away down a offbeat alleyway from the main road, which at first seems very unassuming, though if you like cosy and moderate comfort on a budget, then look no further. Wifi access, big room. Try get a room on the second floor, first floor was still ok. It was fairly quiet, except for one night with karaokee at the nightclub out on the main road. I packed ear plugs which helped during my 2 week trip on more than one occasion in Asia. Unfortunately for the resort, no one has offered to translate their menu from Thai/Chinese to English yet, which would make the stay all that much more pleasant of an experience, but you are in a foreign country where the majority are non-English speaking, using your wit helps always and it has a certain appeal of the old ways of Thailand about it. I thought the staff were friendly, a little kindness goes along way in life, try it and you can remember a pleasant holiday, not a bad one.…
Old rooms, clean but bring your own soap & shampoo. My room gets the disco bass on Sat night. Make sure you preview the room - the first one smelled of cleaners and ac was not cold. Hotel location is away from anything of interest so OK for just passing thru the area. Menu in Thai & Chinese only, and night desk speaks no english. Bring you translator for check in.
Nice rooms for the price. Clean, good air con. TV and shower. Small balcony also and not far from restaurants, shopping and 7-11. Food at the hotel was also good. Would recommend to anyone looking for decent accommodation without all the fancy add ons.
Place was clean and amenities worked well and the staff were helpful. Luckily I was only there overnight because there was absolutely nowhere to go without walking through endless industrial wasteland, through packs of junkyard dogs only to find yourself under a huge flyover. Stayed in my room.