Old Bangkok Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

609 Pra Sumen Road, 10200, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
3%
6
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Rated 12% higher but also costs 63% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples93
  • Solo93
  • Business100

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Old Bangkok Inn

by brimmlady

I have made reservations for the 1st week of February at The Old Bangkok Inn. Does anyone have any experience staying there? Is the location convenient and safe? Does anyone have any suggestions on a local travel agent to book overnight train trips etc?

Re: Old Bangkok Inn

by Curt1591

Read some of the greatest reviews:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g293916-d587211-Reviews-Old_Bangkok_Inn-Bangkok.html

It's close to many of the city's historic sights.

Re: Old Bangkok Inn

by Curt1591

Not far from the hotel is Jay Yee, khao mun kai.
It's one of the Bangkok's best chicken rice shops!

http://cheapeatsbangkok.com/jyee.php

Old Bangkok Hotel

by DonfromMN

Does anyone know anything about Old Bangkok Hotel? Or Swiss Lodge?

As always, we appreciate your help!

Old Bangkok Hotel

by Pimilan

The oldest i know it's the Montien in Surawongse road is from 1966 then it have an extension in 1977 with pool. The Mandarin rama 4 road is from 1969. Te Dusit dating from 1970, the Indra and the Tawana are from 1971. The holiday inn, before Meridien President is like the new wing of the Oriental, River Wing from 1976. Of course The oldest hotel is the first bulding of the Oriental datin from 1876 !

Most romantic hotels bangkok

by happyhal1

Dear fellow travellers,

In an attempt to keep to the spirit of this forum, I will start compiling a list of what I deem to be the best small/romantic hotels in Bangkok.
These destinations are less known, off the beaten track and therefore an absolute must for those of us who prefer personal service and charming settings to 5 star grandeur. I welcome any addition to the list, once I receive your recommendations I will post them and hopefully bring more attention to these lesser known gems.

First some basic guidelines.
- At least 4 star quality (but not necessarily 4 star price!)
- Tasteful and personal - preferably owned and operated by owner
- Not affiliated with large hotel chains
- Have no more than 20 rooms, here goes...

1. Old Bangkok Inn
number of rooms: 8
URL: http://www.oldbangkokinn.com
Review: http://www.fodors.com/forums/thread...27&tid=34648990

2. Ibrik Resort
number of rooms: 3
URL: http://www.ibrikresort.com
Review: http://www.fodors.com/forums/thread...27&tid=34533319

3. chakrabongse villas
number of rooms: 3
URL: http://www.thaivillas.com/indexflash.html
Review: http://i-escape.com/hotel.php?secti...hotel_key=TH003

This is what I have so far, but with your help this list should not stop here.

RE: Most romantic hotels bangkok

by vtveen

this forum is for travel related QUESTIONS, not for tips !!
you should make a 'bangkok' page with your tips !!

aap

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Visit the markets. I mean, not...

by hermionesola

Visit the markets. I mean, not all of them but at least go to the major ones like the night market in Pat Pong, Chinatown, World Trade Center, Chatuchak (if you like bargains and don't mind crowded 'gasping-for-air' places). I love visiting the markets of every new place because they give me a glimpse of how the people live. In Bangkok I saw a lot of handicrafts, shawls, sarong, drums, and food.

Beautiful Temples

by herzog63

There are so many beautiful Buddhist Temples in Bangkok! Sorry if I'm boring you with to many pictures of them. But it is a big part of what Bangkok is! If you are lucky you stumble up some very talkative Monks that can explain to you about Buddhism and they ways of life for the Monks.

Respect for their believes..

by kenningst

Everytime you see a local pass by a temple or shrine, they will put their hands together (similar to the way when they say Sawasdeekap/ka) and bow their heads. This shows that the locals really shows respects their belief. Something to note when you see a local passing through a temple or shrine...

THAILAND AND ITS PEOPLE ARE...

by LES_GRAY

THAILAND AND ITS PEOPLE ARE DEEPLY RELIGIOUS ALLWAYS SHOW RESPECT FOR ANY IMAGE OF BUDDAH,MONKS AND NUNS ARE HIGHLY RESPECTED AS ARE ELDERS IN A FAMILY, AND THE ROYAL FAMILY ARE OF THE HIGHEST, THE THAIS CONSIDER THE KING AS THEIR OWN FATHER AND IS SHOWN ONLY REVERENCE, NEVER TALK ABOUT THE KING OR ROYAL FAMILY UNLESS IT IS WITH RESPECT AND LOVE. I HAVE ON MANY OCCASSION WON A LOT OF FRIENDS SIMPLY BY SAYING THAT THE KING IS NUMBER ONE, HE IS NUMBER ONE TO THE THAIS SO REMEMBER THAT.

THE KING OF THAILAND

Thanont Golf View & Sports Club

by chiabh

The course is designed by Robert McFarland and play to 7,085 yds from the blue and 6,385 yds from the white tees... The 18-holes par-72 course is surrounded entirely by water with holes 7 and 10 played on island greens and holes 1, 2, 3 and 9 on a totally separate island... The First Nine plays to 3,575yds from the blue tees while the Second Nine 3,510yds...

Holes 9 and 18 are particuarly difficult as the player have to negotiate a large lake to gain access to the green... Besides the usual men and ladies changing rooms, there is also a pro-shop... There is also a Golfer's Terrace and also a Cocktail Bar for drinks... The clubc aters for convention, business seminar, company dinner or party... The clubhouse offers a large function room hosting up to 300 seats with modern facilities and equipment...

Caddy fee is 220 baht with 200 baht tips... Golf clubs may also be rented from the pro shop...

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Address: 609 Pra Sumen Road, 10200, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand