Jun 9, 2012

Bangkok Loft Inn: The Best Value In Bangkok?

This 3-star hotel that gives you access to both old and new Bangkok, while keeping you just outside of Bangkok’s main tourist center. Bangkok Loft Inn gives guests easy access to the Sathorn, Silom, and Sukhumvit business districts, and is just a short walk from public transit options.

Three-Star Extravagance

Sure, it’s a three-star hotel, but it’s probably cleanest, most comfortable three-star hotel in Bangkok. If you book a room for two or more nights, the hotel offers you a free shuttle ride from the airport (nearly a one-hour trip).

Upon arrival, the hotel provides you with free juice, maps of the area, and prompt help with luggage. The hotel offers one free breakfast per stay, and the breakfast spreads are impressive. It’s obvious that Bangkok Loft Inn takes its customer service seriously.

Clean, Spacious Rooms

Beautiful decor adorns modern, clean, spacious rooms at Bangkok Loft Inn. The contemporary four-story hotel offers 31 Superior Rooms, and one Executive Suite. The Superior Rooms display modern elegance, with hardwood floors and 25 square metres of space. The bathrooms are a little small, and counter-space is lacking, but they’re wonderfully maintained and superbly clean.

The beds are as comfortable as any you’ll find in Bangkok, and that includes some of Bangkok’s most extravagant resorts. Complimentary wireless internet, flat-screen TVs, safe deposit boxes, and small refrigerators round out the guest room amenities.

Easy Access to Mass Transit, and You’ll Need It

There are plenty of good street food choices in the area, but not a lot of restaurant choices. Of course, being within just a few hundred metres from Wongwian Yai BTS Skytrain Station makes you just a few MRT stops from Bangkok’s finest restaurants. A constant stream of taxis fly by the hotel all day, so you shouldn’t have a problem catching a ride to any restaurant or attraction in the city.

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