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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A travel blog entry by adventuresofec on Aug 02, 2014

... stayed just off khao San road (backpacker Mecca), a strip which consists of bars, T-shirt stalls, and street vendors flogging everything from scorpions to Armani suits (honestly I've never been berated by as many tailors in my life!). A night out at khao San was great craic altogether, and involved the obligatory sampling of Thai whiskey buckets (could there be a market for Buckfast in Thailand?) but was intense to say the least! The food sold from market stalls is cheap ...

Day 30 - Bangkok

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on May 23, 2014

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Today Lucy and I attempted to see the floating market. As we wandered the streets in search of the river to get a river taxi to the floating market, a motorcyclist pulled over and told us not to walk down there because of the protests. Scared, and lost, we changed our plans and jumped in a taxi to a different part of the river. We spoke to a lovely Thai lady who explained how to get the river taxi. We hopped on when one arrived, paid our fare and ...

Errands and foot scrub

A travel blog entry by ljshearn on Feb 21, 2014

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Laura is leaving Bangkok tomorrow to travel down south so been sorting buses etc with her. I will be in Bangkok until Tues- going to be sad saying goodbye but will be nice to have a bit of time to myself to prep hostel,money,travel etc for Oz. Haven't been on my own since middle of Jan so really looking forward to it. We have all been saving money and sharing ...

No Shagging

A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Jan 23, 2014

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... made me laugh.. No Shagging!!...... Then caught a minibus to Trat by a crazed driver who thinks doing 90 mph is Larey! I got out at services and haled another.. Loads better but then changed driver for another nutter.. phew made it though.. Book in at Pop Guest house in Trat.. 600 baht (£12)... Also got my ticket here for Sihounoukville.. 600 baht. 4x passport photos sorted for visa just round the corner in a photo shop 100 ...

Touristing

A travel blog entry by paperwanderlust on Dec 07, 2013

... this in North America, irrespective of the faith. The fact that so many Thais were actively praying there just added to the mystical power of the place. Monks wandered throughout the grounds and their prayers were piped through speakers everywhere. It was beautiful and awe inspiring. An atheist my whole life, I can see in Buddhism the lure of faith that has eluded me in my previous experiences of organized religion. It's hard not to appreciate such a gentle and loving sort of ...

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