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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Krit Thai Mansion, Rama I Road, Bangkok

Krit Thai Mansion, facing one of the main roads, Rama I Road

It has been 3 months since I came back from my Bangkok trip with my dad and sister and I have yet to document my trip in my blog! To get the engine started, I will start with the hotel we stayed whilst there from 21 Jan to 25 Jan.;p

Krit Thai Mansion... the name of the hotel does sound eerie, don't you think so? Mansion... sounds like some haunted mansions. Lol...

Escalator to National Stadium Skytrain station
just a stone throw from our hotel

Nothing beats the hotel location which is nearby National Stadium Skytrain station, to be exact, the stairway to the station is just in front of the hotel. You can take sky trip wherever you want without walking too far. MBK shopping mall is just further down across the road and a 7-11 store is located nearby

The bathroom

A King size bed and a super single bed

It's a no frill budget hotel and dated deco can be seen at the hotel lobby, the facilities are somewhat basic but that's good enough for us as we only want a clean and safe place and that just fits our bill.

Our room are spacious and comes with wood flooring. The bathroom is clean and the beds are comfortable.

24 Hours Room Service!
Two bottles of "Singha" mineral water are provided daily.

Yes, the hotel offers 24 hours room service. We used the service once when dad decided to stay in the hotel room and not to follow us to another round of shopping spree after coming back from Chatuchak.

View of Skytrain station from our hotel room
Another view : On-going construction

Our room is neighbour to a construction site and National Stadium skytrain station (End of Silom line). By viewing the above photo, can you imagine how near the site is from our room? That did not bother us a bit though as we were always out during the daytime and the site had already stopped work by the time we were back to our room.

Dad has always been a light sleeper and from some of the negative reviews I read online, I was a bit concerned about the noise generated by passing trains as the hotel and skytrain run parallel. Fortunately, during our four nights' stay there, neither of us encountered sleepless nights but instead we fell asleep before our head hit the pillow throughout our stay there.;p

Breakfast Coupon

Our room number: 404

The coffehouse where we had our breakfast

We paid THB1280 per night for a triple room. You have to pay additional THB100 (if not mistaken) per person for breakfast to be included. We had our breakfast at the hotel for the first two mornings but decided to hunt for food elsewhere thereafter as choice of breakfast at the hotel was somewhat limited.

Room reservation has to be made by email, fax or telephone directly to the hotel and no deposits are required until the day you arrive. I made my reservation via email and the hotel response had been prompt and efficient.

I will stay in this hotel again the next time I visit Bangkok.

Complimentary mineral water

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