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|Distance to city centre||2.6 km|
|Nearest Airport||Bangkok Suvarnabhumi & other airports|
|Distance to airport||34.1 km|
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This was a standard hotel with thin walls outside of the city. The amount of cabs traveling past made catching a ride easy.
The bathrooms did not have a separate shower and the location of the shower head, toilet and soap dispensers was terribly thought out. If you can get by without this being a frustration, the place was great for the value.
It was close to where I needed to be, and there were some food options along the main road. The room was fairly spacious, and breakfast was ready at 6:30am.
If you’re a general tourist interested in seeing Bangkok, don’t stay here. It’s an hour outside of the heart of the city (though at $37 US a night, you’d think it would be much closer to town). You can’t pay for this room online, so I had to pay in Thai baht at the venue. When I checked in, they asked for me to pay the money for the single night I planned to spend there ($37 US) AS WELL AS a $37 deposit. Of course I did not have an additional $37 in cash (or rather, if I had given them all that cash I would have had none left for myself to go out into the city), and I told them I wouldn’t pay it. I requested they charge the card I had on file if they found anything wrong with the room when I checked out, but the fact that they wanted me to pay DOUBLE in cash for a single night’s stay is astounding. Also when I arrived, I was told that my room wasn’t ready though it was two hours after check-in time. The women at the check-in counter told me to wait a few minutes and they would let me know when I could go up to my room—but they promptly forgot about me, and I had to ask 15 minutes later if it was ok for me to go up to the room. There were several spiders in the curtains. I killed three, one of which was in my bed. The bathroom is tiny. The “shower” is just a shower head attached to the wall above the toilet. You can no doubt sit on the toilet and shower at the same time. I had booked the hotel for a brief business trip, and I had to work in the evening so I didn’t want to leave my room. I tried to order food to my room from the menu that was in the hotel. First I was told that I could not order food to my room, and that I would have to go to the restaurant in the lobby instead. Then I was told that actually the restaurant is closed (I have no idea for how long—maybe just the weekend? No one made it clear to me), and that I would have to walk down the street for food. They did not provide recommendations. They just pointed in a general direction.
Clean, new and comfortable.
I stayed in this hotel due to its proximity to our sports venue (travelled with a bunch of athletes for friendly match). Staff were extremely helpful and would go all out to assist us. One day, it was raining heavily, and the staff even went out in the rain to get a taxi for us. There is always 1 staff who can speak English available as well.
There wasn't much electrical sockets in the room and there was no hot water kettle in the room either. You'd have to go down to the lobby to get hot water. The location was also not really near much sights and you'd have to take a 20 mins walk to the nearest Big C.
When you stay at 24@Home Hotel in Pak Kret, you'll be in a shopping district, within a 10-minute drive of Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University and The Mall Ngamwongwan. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre 3.9 km
- IMPACT Arena 4.1 km
- Ko Kret 4.3 km
- Chuan Chuen Golf Club 8.5 km
- Don Muang Railway Station 9.5 km
- Wat Boromracha Kanchanapisek Anusorn 10.4 km
|Bangkok Don Mueang Intl||9.9 km|
|Bangkok Suvarnabhumi & other airports||34.1 km|