Rambuttri Village Inn & Plaza

95 Soi Ram Buttri, Chakkra Phong Road, Phra Nakorn,, Bangkok, Thailand
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 9 reviews
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Great location

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 14, 2014

This was a brilliant find, just off the bottom of the Khao San Road in a small plaza that is owned by the King of Thailand (so we were told) which meant this area was water free during Songkran.

The rooms were clean and a decent size with air conditioning and the roof top pool was a huge plus for us.

There are bars and food stalls within 50 metres which are all very reasonable and then in the other direction you have the infamous Khoa San Road but you are far enough away for the noise to not be an issue.

The only slight downside with this hotel is you can't get you room deposit back until after your room has been chcecked by Housekeeping so if they are busy you need to allow extra time to check out than you would normally.

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Decent and efficient place

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 25, 2013

We arrived at 4am and were checked in very quickly. My two adult sons shared a room and I had a spacious single. Not a great view but it was okay. There is a 1000 Bhat key deposit which was a total surprise. The location is in Khoa San which is lively 24 hours per day.

Unique Quality: Nice pool and close to the action -- bars, restaurants ect.

Directions: Khao Son Road

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Great Location & 2 Pools

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 2, 2012

I stayed here for just 2 nights and found the location to be very good. The quieter Soi Ram Buttri is scattered with small and excellent food outlets and restaurants. The hotel has 2 pools on the roof . The rooms were a nice size and had a good en-suite and tv.

The staff on the reception were not the friendliest but they did there job ok.

In the evening the street comes alive and is a nice place to enjoy a few beers and good meal

Unique Quality: 2 pools on the roof overlooking the polluted skies in BKK

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Close to Khaosan Road, away from noise

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 19, 2011

I stayed at this hotel for 5 nights in June 2011. I chose a standard single room on the fourth floor of building (block) C, NO ELEVATOR.
The room very simple, single large mattress, satellite TV, desk, hangers and safety box.
Bathroom have a showers but the water pressure is less.
There is a swimming pool on the roof of the hotel, it's free for all hotel guest.

Unique Quality: The hotel is close to mosque and muslim village that sell HALAL FOOD.
The hotel is close to tourist attractions.
The hotel is close to Khaosan Road but away from noise.

Directions: Thanon Chakrabongse, turn right before Wat Chanasongkram. Walk a few meters and you will see sign board of this hotel on the right side.

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Well Located

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 5, 2011

I stayed here on 2 weekends as I was passing through BKK. I found the Guesthouse to be well located in the quiet Soi Ram Buttri street which even at night is quiet. Tucked away just off of the street it has many bedrooms and security in the reception. they do not encourage the more interesting "guests" and will charge you if you have a guest staying in a single room. The reception were not exactly friendly and really could have done with some smiling

My room in both visits had no view to speak of, but was comfotable with tv and A/c and ensuite

The towels were very worn and thin and that was my main complaint. the 2 swiiming pools were a bonus especially on my 2nd visit when the sun came out

Unique Quality: Great situation and quiet. Good to have 2 pools in such a busy City. Any guests are not allowed to use the pools although this did not affect me. Shame the roof pools were closed early evening though

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Budget place near Khao San Rd

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 19, 2006

This a simple budget place close to Khao San Road. Rooms are basic but have aircon and TV. Bathrooms are better than average in that price category and have hot water.
It's not the cleanest place though and staff if a bit indifferent.
There's a swimmingpool aswell, but I didn't check it out.
Single Room is 400 THB/night.

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Cheap but Good

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 17, 2006

You can get a basic room with double bed, shower with hot water (no stall, just hose), air/con, and tv for 12$. The only thing I didn't like was the noise in the hallway was really bad. But noise from room to room wasn't bad. I was in the B corridor, maybe A is better. Also there is an elevator to A corridor but not to B. So B is up 2 sets of stairs with the luggage, kind of a pain. 2006

Update. I stayed here again in 2010. Wwe paid 25$ for a double bed with a/c ensuite. We stayed for 8 nights. there was noise in the hallway but it wasn't too bad. We love the location. There is a great Indian restaurant next door and internet cafe too. There is a British restaurant in the courtyard too but we didn't care for the pies, very dry. I recommend this hotel.

There's a pool too.

Unique Quality: Next door there is a great Indian restaurant that also serves up European/American breakfast and 2 travel agencies also.
There is a 7-eleven around the corner with a yellow phone to use. Kaosan road is just 4 mins. walk away.

Directions: See website

Rambuttri Village Inn

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 10, 2005

Located in Soi Rambuttri, a quiter road parallelling to Khao San Rd. Of course you won't get a room as beautiful as the pictures on their webpage. But the room is clean and quiet, much better than most guesthouses in this area.

Double room with bath, aircon and tv 650B

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Close to the action on Koh San!

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 7, 2005

We stayed in the Rambuttri Inn for 2 nights in September 2005. The rooms were basic enough but clean - they had a double bed, private bathroom and satelite TV. Staff were friendly enough, if a little disinterested but as 650 bhat (12 euro) a night, what do you expect! They had a lovely pool on the roof which was really nice for cooling off. Location wise, it was a five minute walk from the Koa San Road, ideal if you want a bit of peace and quiet as well as the maddness! There was a couple of restaurants underneath the hotel, in particular an Indian one which served great food with really friendly service. Just down the road there was a bar which was part of the Sawasadee hostel group. The bar was really great, excellent chill out music and great drinks. Plus it NEVER closes! Not sure whether that's a good or bad thing but it was great at the time!

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Address: 95 Soi Ram Buttri, Chakkra Phong Road, Phra Nakorn,, Bangkok, Thailand

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