Villa Cha-Cha

36 Tani Road, Taladyod, Pranakorn, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand
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Thailand was Great

by moe217


I was really scared to go to Thailand and now that I have been there can't wait until I can go back. Although it is hot I managed and really loved the heat. we basically R and R'ed and really had a relaxing vacation.


We only stayed 4 days in Bangkok. I liked it but my husband did not. Thjere is lots of shopping although most of the shop sell the same things, bartering for things is half the fun. We stayed at hotel called Villa Cha Cha and it was quite nice. Although the bathroom floor was always wet from the air conditioning water running on the floor. The bed was quite confortable and we only paid 1200 baht per night. It is very closeto Khosan road where there islots of shopping and resturants. It was fun just sitting in a resturant and watching the people.

"Ko Chang"

We moved to Ko Chang and stayed there a week. We stayed in a hut at Nature's Beach. They costed 1200 baht per night. Has air con and hot water but the bed was the hardest thing I have ever slept on. The bathroom desperatley needed a good cleaning, but we managed.The food was great and it was close to the beach. The beach was also very nice. You were a short walk up to a little town called Lonely Beach where we took laundry to be done and had a few meals.


The travel agency nearby and the salesmanThe travel agency nearby and the salesman

At Bangkok's Grand PalaceAt Bangkok's Grand Palace

BTS Skytrain Phaya Thai StationBTS Skytrain Phaya Thai Station

Rama VIII BridgeRama VIII Bridge

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Hotel terms and conditions at Villa Cha Cha

by bossfan10

I've found a hotel in the Khao San Road area that I am considering staying at named Villa Cha Cha, however, in the conditions it states the following:
# A fee of 50% of the room rate will be levied for guests who check-out before 6.00 p.m.
# A fee of 100% of the room rate will be levied for guests who check-out after 6.00 p.m.
Does anyone know what this means as it is something that I've not come across before and seems like it could cost me.
Any opions on the place would be helpful too.


Re: Hotel terms and conditions at Villa Cha Cha

by sydneystone

I would assume that if you are checking out of your room after the prescribed check out time eg 10am,12 noon, 2pm then you will be charged half the daily room rate and after 6pm then another daily room rate.

Re: Hotel terms and conditions at Villa Cha Cha

by GrumpyDiver

Sounds like a late check out fee to me. Most hotels have a set check out time they want you to be out by so that they can clean the room and get it ready for the next guests. They seem to be saying that they will let you stay in the room from the normal check out time until 6:00 PM for 50% of the rate. If you want to stay longer, it's full rate.

Re: Hotel terms and conditions at Villa Cha Cha

by bossfan10

Ah, makes sense now. I originally thought it was a catch where I couldn't avoid the charge either way. Checking out on time will avoid extra costs. Thanks for the replies.

Re: Hotel terms and conditions at Villa Cha Cha

by gaolei

Usually checkout time is 12 noon. If you stay late, some hotels will give you up to 2 PM. If you have a late flight and want to stay later, they usually allow up to 6 or 7 pm for a 50% fee. If you check out later, you pay full price. This is quite common.

Hotel in Khaosan Road

by vieviengan

I would like to know any clean , convenient and of course I need a lift to the hotel room in Khaosan Road ?

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by vieviengan

Of course I want the price for the room will be less then 1000baht

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by SirHalberd

Why Khao San Road? Are you a teenager or really young? If you have 1000 baht to spend why not stay in a different area so you can use the Skytrain overhead rail service - no rail service in the KSR area.

Need a lift from where? From the airport? From the train station? If it is the train station you can use a meter taxi, wave a MOVING taxi over and tell the driver to use the meter, when he agrees, hop in and make sure you have a good address for the hotel - not just a hotel name! Price of a meter taxi is for everyone you can stuff in the taxi not per person.

From the airport - if so what time? If you arrive after 1130 PM your transportation is more limited - probably a meter taxi at that time. See old posts for taking a taxi from the airport.

If you arrive at the airport during the day or early evening hours you also have use of the Airport Express bus for 150 baht. If there are at least 2 of you arriving then the price for a meter taxi won't be that much more for both of you and the ride is half as long and door to door! Use search function for transportation options.

A hotel in the Siam or Sukhumvit Road area will give you access the Skytrain and several hotels in your price range. Lots of travel agencies for tours, bars, restaurants, street vendors and malls in this area.

Hotel links:

Good luck.

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by Deacz

Try Its just of the main Khao San. If you're coming by airport there is a cheap bus that drops off near the end of KS road. Walk to other end (Burger king end)turn into last alley on left before end.If you coming by rail then Tuk tuk or taxi only

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by explore_discover

D & D Inn Delux Room at TB650 or so, Swiming Pool on roof top
Siam Oriental Inn. A/C Room around TB450 to 500 No TV
Nana Plaza Inn. TB500.00 with TV but only Thai Channels
All of them have lift

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by vieviengan

How is D & D hotel ? CLean ? Hows the room like ?

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by explore_discover

select D&D

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by gabbyc

Try VILLA CHA CHA just at the back of KHOA SAN RD
its brand new CHEAP and clean and has a pool!! Staff were really friendly - would stay there again no worries...and im NOT a teenager i just like the buzz of the khao san area :-)

Re: Hotel in Khaosan Road

by vieviengan

Villa Cha Cha is out of my budget . My budget is around B 1000 , the purpose I am staying in Khaosan is I need to work in that area . It's convenient for me .

Hotels with Pools Bangkok

by lynp

We have been looking for a nice hotel with pool under 1500bht per room per night. Have found 2 that look good Villa Cha Cha and Lamphu Tree Hotel both in Khao San area. I cant find reviews has anyone stayed at these, also is this a good area, we are 2 married couples young 60's any help would be appreciated. Lyn

Re: Hotels with Pools Bangkok

by SirHalberd

You can check on the Honey Hotel, it is on Soi 19. This hotel is not that far from the Skytrain and subway connection. Fewer bars in this location if bars are a problem.

Fortuna Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 5, near the Nana Skytrain stop. Supermarket, travel agents, restaurants and bars close enough to walk to. All you can eat breakfast buffet that is open to the public.

Both hotels have pools and should be at or under your budget. If you get a reservation ask what the walk-in price is before you mention your reservation, if it is lower then sign on for that price, if not mention your reservation.

It is always a good deal to get a hotel near the Skytrain so you can use that service to take you all over Bangkok. No Skytrain in the KSR area.

Re: Hotels with Pools Bangkok

by lynp

Thank you all for quick replies and helpful information. There are so many hotels in Bangkok its so hard to choose, you have all made it much easier thanks again Lyn

Re: Hotels with Pools Bangkok

by JocelynR

The Novotel, Siam Square, has a pool on the roof and is in a good central location.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

River Cruise - Sala Rim Nam

by Audrey118

This is a super dining house and cooking school which belongs to the Oriental Hotel. I have been there once for a dinner cum classical dance performance. You wait at the hotel pier and a shuttle boat will take u up to the Sala Rim Nam. You will have a pleasant evening there.

Spirit Houses

by stevemt

You see these everywhere, form the small and humble to the elaborate and not exactly small.

These are built to applease and house any spirits (mainly tree dewlling ones,) that are displaced due to development and redevelopment, so that they have somewhere to live now that their previous home was destroyed/moved by the people.

Most houses and businesses have a spirit house placed in an auspicious spot, most often in a corner of the property. The location is often chosen The spirit house is normally in the form of a miniature temple and is mounted on a pillar or on a dais.

The house is intended to provide a shelter for spirits which could cause problems for the people if not appeased. Offerings are left at the house to propitiate the spirits.

As you can see in the pictures, they are quite elaborate

Thai Social Protocol

by Audrey118

I read of this social skills to do and not to do while in Thailand.

The Thais have a deep reverence for the royal family - show respect.

respect their religion - do not wear shorts, sleeveless outfits, short skirts etc to their temples.

Women do not touch or reach out to the monks

Thais address each other by first name, and call each I am Khun Audrey

do not clamber on images for pictures

Thais prefer to WAI than to shake hands

Do not point foot at anyone or anything

Do not touch the head of anyone - it is disrespectful but elderly can touch yong ones out of affection

do not sit on pillows meant for head as it means touching the head!

do not sit on books etc - the source of knowledge

Public displays of affeciton such as kissing is not acceptable, nor is losing temper in lublic - it is ill mannered

The universal language

by TylerB

Ah the race track, where everyone speaks the universal language of odds. For a spot of some of Bangkok's biggest characters, go to the Royal Turf Club on Sunday only. The stands are filled with screaming locals hoping to get lucky. My buddy hit his only bet. How many people can say they got a winning ticket in Bangkok? A must for sports fans. Entry is 100 Baht. None.


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 Villa Cha-Cha

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Address: 36 Tani Road, Taladyod, Pranakorn, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand