The Inn Saladaeng

5/12 Saladaeng Rd., Silom, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

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  • Families76
  • Couples75
  • Solo74
  • Business66
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    A hidden paradise

    by

    I totally recommend this hotel for couples, couples with children, seniors and kids.the website will show you REAL pics!the pics i posted here are the pics i took myself.no editing.its a boutique type hotel that doen't cost that much!you have free internet as well as wifi for those with laptops.there is free coffee from 7am to pm and tea and water the whole day.and snacks and sandwiches are also available till bout 7pm or until supply lasts.the bedrooms are clean and fresh smelling!safes and refs are provided for each room and there is no corkage for food delivery or bringing in of food!and if you have an extra person towels and the complimentary water bottle and pillows will be added free of charge.there is also an lcd tv mounted on the wall!and security is just great.you are given cards which will grant you entry into the hotel apart from the key to the room.and also there are security cameras in all floors and the elevator.oh yes there is an elevator.another good thing is that they are willing to keep your baggage for up to one week even if you are not checked in for FREE!its a totally good find..plus it is near the MRT and the BTS(the trains) and as well as SI LOM the Central business district and malls are also nearby!

    Unique Quality: - near the trains
    - english speaking receptionists
    - near CBD and shopping district
    - near a bank and 711
    - safe place to stay in

    Directions: Taxi to Rama IV from hotel Left into Silom and First Left at Saladaeng(pronounced as Saladeng) which has a bank in the corner

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A hidden paradise

by kathie_lana about The Inn Saladaeng

I totally recommend this hotel for couples, couples with children, seniors and kids.the website will show you REAL pics!the pics i posted here are the pics i took myself.no editing.its a boutique type hotel that doen't cost that much!you have free internet as well as wifi for those with laptops.there is free coffee from 7am to pm and tea and water the whole day.and snacks and sandwiches are also available till bout 7pm or until supply lasts.the bedrooms are clean and fresh smelling!safes and refs are provided for each room and there is no corkage for food delivery or bringing in of food!and if you have an extra person towels and the complimentary water bottle and pillows will be added free of charge.there is also an lcd tv mounted on the wall!and security is just great.you are given cards which will grant you entry into the hotel apart from the key to the room.and also there are security cameras in all floors and the elevator.oh yes there is an elevator.another good thing is that they are willing to keep your baggage for up to one week even if you are not checked in for FREE!its a totally good find..plus it is near the MRT and the BTS(the trains) and as well as SI LOM the Central business district and malls are also nearby! - near the trains
- english speaking receptionists
- near CBD and shopping district
- near a bank and 711
- safe place to stay in

Photos

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Forum Posts

Thonburi / Noi station to Hualamphong station in 35 minutes?

by Helium_Teapot

Hi,
I will be visiting Thailand in November and will stay in Bangkok for 4 days then visit Kanchanaburi for 3 days. From there we'd like to go on to Chaing Mai.

I have looked at rail times and was planning to get the train back from Kanchanaburi (dep 14.44) to Bangkok's Thonburi (arr 17:35). We were then hoping to get the night train up to Chaing Mai departing Hualamphong Station at 18:10. Will we have enough time and exactly how do I get from one place to the other?

This will be on Saturday 21st November (full moon- does this make any difference except for bringing out crazies?). I've read there are extra trains on the weekends for tourists but can't find timetables. Maybe we could get an earlier train but not the 7.00 one.

I've looked at the SRT's website and Wikipedia's info on the MRT but I can't get a clear idea of how it all comes together.

If anyone has any other suggestions for heading North that don't involve coming back into Bangkok I'm open to these also.

Cheers
Michelle

Re: Thonburi / Noi station to Hualamphong station in 35 minutes?

by explore_discover

Usually, the trains in Thailand do not depart/arrive right on time so you better consider having spare time, do not book the ticket in advance, there is great chance your train arrive late from kachanburi. There is a train (# 51/Express which departs at 10.00 PM arrive Chiang main 12.45 next day. You can call 1690 to get the departure schedule before leaving from Kanchanburi.

There is no BTS/Mtero serving from Bangkok Noi. To get to Hua lampong you have to take taxi or take the river boat from Pier 11 near station to Pier 6 (Memorial Bridge and then taxi to cut the distance little shorter.

Alternate, get to Sai Tai Mai (southern bus terminal) from Thonburi Station and take over night train to Chinag mai if you wish to depart on the same evening. First Class Bus Ticket cost around 410 Bhat and 2nd Class around 320 Bhat and take 10 hours to reach there.

Re: Thonburi / Noi station to Hualamphong station in 35 minutes?

by explore_discover

**** Correction.....Alternate, get to Sai Tai Mai (southern bus terminal) from Thonburi Station and take over night BUS to Chinag mai if you wish to depart on the same evening. First Class Bus Ticket cost around 410 Bhat and 2nd Class around 320 Bhat and take 10 hours to reach there.

Re: Thonburi / Noi station to Hualamphong station in 35 minutes?

by Helium_Teapot

Thankyou!
I must have missed the 10pm train when I looked. It makes a lot more sense to get the later train. Plus we will hopefully see some scenery when we wake up in the morning.
Cheers
Michelle

Re: Thonburi / Noi station to Hualamphong station in 35 minutes?

by explore_discover

You are welcome,
Here is the train schedule link
http://www.railway.co.th/English/Time_HTML.asp

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Don't ask what it is, just eat it!

by Rodan44

Thai food is exceptionally good, but it can also be exceptionally strange. Street food in Bangkok is delicious, cheap, and available everywhere and at every time day or night. But unless you can read Thai, then deciphering the menus at many of these street hawkers can be a challange, especially if what they are cooking up doesn't look familiar to you. But if you have a sense of adventure and a strong stomach (or at least some antacids), then my advice to you is to just point to whatever they have and then dig into it. 9 times out of 10 you will get something delicious... of course it's that 10th time that will send you to the emergency room.

Backpacker Haven of Bangkok

by machomikemd

Finding a place to stay is not that difficult in Bangkok, it just depends on what you want. Are you a backpacker than go to Khoa San Road. This is the backpackers main street in Bangkok and the place is filled with cheap hostels where you can spend the night for a couple of 100 bath. Make sure you see the room first though since some of them might be really bad but in general its a good place to stay for the budget traveler with cheap travel and other services widely available. A disadvantage however is that Khoa San is not really central and therefore has no access to the Skytrain or MRT stations. In order to get somewhere you have to take a bus or taxi. During the high season from December to February you better not be picky and take the first room that is available. It has developed over the years into probably the most profound worldwide example of a "backpackers' ghetto", with relatively cheap accommodation compared to other areas of central Bangkok. The accommodation varies from 'mattress in a box' style hostels, to full Western-standard luxury.

Many tourists use Khaosan road as their base for exploring the rest of Thailand as there are many direct coaches from the street to virtually all major tourist destinations in Thailand, from Chiang Mai in the North to Ko Pha Ngan in the South. Many visitors will also take advantage of the abundance of relatively cheap travel agents to arrange visas and transport to surrounding countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Malaysia despite the fact that almost every travel agent offering services on the road is a scam of some sort.

An every-day thing

by sabrina_florida

Every single time you ask for a price, the seller will show you a calculator with the price on the screen and he'll expect you to type how much you're willing to pay. This can take a while of the calculator going back and forth, but it's the Thai way! And you will be saving some money!

Mosquito Repellent even for indoors

by easterntrekker

If you are travelling around the country pack light . Back packs are probably the best . Keep in mind weight restrictions on domestic flights. As the norm , good walking shoes , sun hat, and rain jacket are musts. Don't leave home without pepto bismal and tyenol. Take lots and lots of digital memory. ( it can be purchased easily in Thailand too)

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