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TravelPod Member ReviewsErawan House Bangkok
We stayed at Erawan House for 7 nights over Christmas and New Years 2012/2013. It was in an excellent location, close to KS Road but far enough away that it was not too busy or noisy. In fact our room was fairly quiet, although occasionally there was noise from other hotel guests.
The staff were lovely and very helpful. The room was always clean and we liked the fact that the staff only went in and cleaned the room if you asked them too, they would never enter without your permission. There were lockers available downstairs free of charge which was a good way to keep our belongings safe.
The bathroom was the only down side to the room as it was very cramped, however it had a very hot shower and as it was always clean this wasn't an issue.
The only other thing I noted was that the hotel could do with a fresh coat of paint - nothing major though given the overall positive stay that we had! I would recommend this hotel.
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