I have been coming here for 5 years. I live in southern Thailand and go to Bangkok for embassy buisiness, shoping and dining and to host friends traveling.. The location keeps getting better. Near the major tourist attractions, now with a skytrain station, access to the river. Rooms are simple but clean and comfy. The deck has a good breakfast, easy place for a meal. The staff are helpful for tours, local businesses. My daughter had an upset stomach. They told me where to find chicken soup in the middle of the night. I love that I can take friends to Wat Pho in the early morning and late afternoon and miss the huge tours. I also love the street life. In the heart of the massage schools, and walking distance from the flower market.
We loved this place. It isn’t fancy but it is clean, has a frig and the water was hot once I learned how the shower works. We liked all of the staff. They were very kind to us. The breakfast was delicious. Their lunch is very reasonably priced and delicious. Be sure to order their Mango Shake. It is very close to the Grand Palace. And reasonably close to the other Buddha’s we wanted to see like the reclining Buddha that is in easy walking distance. The Temple of Dawn a short ferry ride. The Golden Buddha is a little further but still near by. Their sister hotel is on the river and just a short walk away. They have an excellent restaurant, Deck on the River. It is right on the river with a terrace where we ate every night. I highly recommend this hotel for the budget minded traveler.…
The Gate is actually a restaurant down stairs with a couple of foods upstairs for guests (especially tourists like me). I booked through booking.com (I would recommend booking straight though the hotel). For 6 people and 3 rooms it was £106 - including breakfast, with views of the temples and and literally 5-10 minute walk away from the main sites. My mum is disabled and being so close made the whole trip much more bearable. The staff where lovely and the room was SPOTLESS. Shampoo, conditioner, towels, everything you could need was available, even a kettle in your room. We only stayed for one night but felt so welcomed. I fully believe any money this place makes is well deserved and booking.com operate a non-refundable cancellation policy (of which the hotel recives non of). In the morning, they where able to put together a vegan/vegetarian breakfast for myself and my sister at short notice. They are also the only place I had really noticed offering a vegetarian Thai menu.The hotel is surprisingly quite too despite being in the very center of the city and its sights. I would love to stay here again, thank you so much Chetuphon Gate! …
It's very recommend if you have travelling with your friends because this area it's not far from grand palace, wat pho, wat arun, the servis it's good the bedroom very big & refrigerator facilities, the place very clean, don't worry if you hungry in the first floor they're have cafe you can breakfast & lunch in there,, If you come late around 7 pm the receptionist not in there so you must contact them,, How many you stay they're always cleaning the room everyday when you not around so i like so much in there,, Happy holiday 😍😍😍
A comfortable room with AC, shower, WiFi and refrigerator. No frills. Great location to take cool down breaks between visiting Wat Po, grand palace and Wat Arun. We had views from our room of both Wat Po and Wat Arun. The hotel restaurant is average but great restaurants nearby. Overall a great experience at a great price.
The hotel is located right across from Wat Pho and a short walk to the Grand Palace and a quick ferry ride to Wat Arun, the location couldn’t be more convenient! For those who don’t mind the walk and are good with directions, Khao San Road is less than a 30-min walk and totally worth it at night!
Very nice hôtel, calm, modern, clean. Hosts are friendly they had keep our backpack after checkout, street food is good and cheap, pretty close to temple and grand palace. It si 300m to wat poh, and beds are sooo nice !
The location of the hotel was good with temples and the ferry stop very close by the room was a little small but just what you would need for a short stay, it wasn't the cleanest clothes we found a number of insects
Khun P’Tae was a nice manager who gave me a small discount for a longer stay. 5 nights for B 1100. I was studying Thai massage next door. Rooms are small but nice. Only Problem —- no safety money box Within walking to nice restaurants and the river and temple.
I recently stayed here for four nights as I wanted to be close to Wat Arun. I have been to Bangkok many times, but now that the famous temple is free of scaffolding I wanted to take really good sunrise and sunset photos of it. Anyway, this is what I would call a boutique hotel, very charming in its own way. Love the location, and the price, 1200 THB, is not too bad. Couple of negative points that I feel I need to point out; it can be extremely noisy during the day as there is a cafe on the ground floor. Like other reviewers have mentioned, the walls are paper thin and you can see through the cracks in the traditional wooden floors. However, at night the place is very quite. The hotel caters to foreigners, yet there are no English language channels on the television. After five weeks in India I would have liked to watched the news. Also, there is not a full time receptionist on duty and check in was very slow.…