It's in the famous tourist hub, Kao San Road area, in the area called Banglampu. Easy to find, not directly on Kao San Road so a little less hectic.
It's on Soi Ram bu tri (or Rambutri, as sometimes written) . It's parallel to Kao San Road and close to Phra Ahrtit Road, which runs along the Chao Praya River.
Mostly friendly staff
Internet cafe, though not open 24 hours/day.
Good prices. Cheapest room is 180 baht, about $5 USD, for small single bed with fan. Can get doubles and a.c.
Good bathrooms-spacious, separate private showers with a toilet and sink and mirror in shared bathroom each floor. Places to hang your clothes and bags and counter space.
Laundry service available
Bag/luggage storage, cheap, I trusted it
Can get noisy from downstairs restaurant bar, but with earplugs and fan not bad
Family of roosters across the street-get room that's not overlooking the street
Ended up in a room with a.c. b/c they ran out of single rooms one night, and the a.c. didn't work, no fan. It's ok to sleep but any movement is sweaty hot
Internet not open all the time and more $ than cafes around
Have to give deposit for key and towel
Like any place in the area, it's possible to have bad luck and have crazy, partying drunk obnoxious guests that can be loud and rude-comes with Bangkok's night life and the touristy area
Unique Quality: Cool bar/restaurant, nice decor, good ambiance
Directions: between Kao San Rd, Chkrapong Rd, and Chanasongkram. Phanakorn, Bangkok 10200
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Address: 147 Soi Rambuttri Chakraphong Rd., Chanasongkham, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand