Patumwan House

22, Soi Kasemsan 1, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, 10330, Thailand | B&B
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This B&B, located in the ราชเทวี area of Bangkok, is near Siam Ocean World, Co Van Kessel Bangkok Tours, Khlong Saen Saeb, and Suan Pakkad Palace Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatumwan House Bangkok

Reviewed by koppers

Peace and Quiet in the Heart of Busy Bangkok

Reviewed Feb 7, 2014
by (6 reviews) Istanbul , Turkey Flag of Turkey

We've been staying in Patumwan House during stays in Bangkok since 2005. Not much has changed in that time, but the most necessary updates have been made to keep it modern enough. The hotel is located in a very central part of Bangkok (near Siam Square, just off the National Stadium BTS stop), but is down a dead end and on a khlong, so is nice and quiet -- a rarity in Bangkok! The rooms are nice and spacious, each featuring a big bed, giant wardrobe, desk and chair, refrigerator, and wet bar. There is high speed wifi available for free, as well as LAN computers in the lobby for those traveling without their own devices.

While it's not the absolute most glamorous of hotels in Bangkok, it is well appointed, excellently located, and in good shape -- I would recommend it in a heartbeat.

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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

When In Bangkok

A travel blog entry by louis.lim3 on Jul 31, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... us to a riverbank that offered speedboat tours. This river was/is the focal point of trade via surrounding countries and still experiences heavy trade traffic. On some of the canals we traversed, we saw huge Komodo dragons in the water (I believe we saw about 6 or 7 in an hour). An old lady on a boat paddled over to us trying to sell us some goods. Since this was practically her way of living, we decided to help her out by buying a few brews and made a toast to ...

Bangkok

A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Jul 17, 2014

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... to John Thompson's house. John Thompson was an American businessman who revived the Thai silk trade in the 1950s. He build a traditional, elevated house for himself in Bangkok. In 1967, whilst on holiday in Malaysia, he went for a walk and never came back. No one knows what happened to him. His lovely house has been turned into a museum and although neither Sophie nor I have a particular interest in silk, it was a nice way to pass ...

Fairy Ride

A travel blog entry by tktravel on Mar 09, 2014

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... experience. We had our own cabin on the train ( door didn't lock) with bunk beds. We are very eager to get somewhere to set up camp for a week. Made a few British friends and anticipate meeting many More people. Wish us luck, we will Keep you posted. Xoxo Tiff and ...

Day 114: So many Buddha's, so little time

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 08, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... by and rapidly load and unload passengers. The first boat came by and it was so full all I could do was stare at the people on board. We worked up enough courage to hop on the second boat that passed. About twenty minutes later we reached our stop. The boats go fairly fast for how much they must weigh and how small the canal is. It was a fun experience.

First temple of the day: Wat Saket aka the Golden Mountain. It is a golden dome topped temple up on a ...

Day 6 - To Markets, To Markets

A travel blog entry by cara_michelle on Dec 18, 2013

9 photos

... in and out of the water, coming perilously close to surrounding objects), every aisle that seems like it should have only a boat or two across it has four or five instead, the sides of them all scraping against one another and the drivers instructions to keep our hands inside becoming quite important. The market itself is a series of canals where locals have set up all kinds of stalls along the concrete banks, attempting to lure in passerby ...

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