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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlorida Hotel Bangkok
The Florida Hotel has a very handy location, right at the Phat Thia station on the Skytrain, two stops from Siam Square. That said it is dated and doesn't appear to have had any update since it was built in the 70's. The rooms were gloomy with little natural light and poor room lighting. However they were relatively cheap, they did accommodate our party of 7 in two twins and a triple all adjacent to each other and the staff were very helpful. For the price we paid it was OK but I wouldn't want to stay for anymore than one or two nights.
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