Loy La Long Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLoy La Long Hotel Bangkok
Great hotel, great staff.
Only complaints are it's location (it's a bit off the beaten path, let's just say that) and the thin walls....very self conscious of any noises we made coming in late at night. It had an intimate feel.
I'm a fan of practicality over pretty decorations, and so that's why I gave it 4/5 stars. The bathroom mirror in the blue room was at a strange angle and hard to use to put my contacts in or put on my make up, or style my hair.
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