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Soi Ngam Dupli

Soi Ngam Dupli was home to Thailand's original backpacking scene but was long ago taken over by Khao San Road. What remains of it now is tired, weary and for the most part a little crusty. The closest BTS is Saladaeng, while a 15-minute walk away is Lumpini Park. This is a popular area with long-termers.

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    The Tivoli Hotel

    A rather swish surprise

    71/2-3 Soi Sri Bumphen, Yen-Arkart Rd
    T: (02) 249 5858; F: (02) 249 5818

    The Tivoli hotel is a modern hotel not far from Soi Ngam Dupli that offers great value for the money, even if it does have a slightly off-the-beaten path location. Rooms are modern and well ... Read the full review of The Tivoli Hotel.

    4 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange
  • Sanctuary House

    Sanctuary House

    A beautiful long term option

    34/17 Soi Sribumpen
    T: (089) 496 5882;

    Primarily aimed at long-term residents, this block of studio apartments makes a great home base if you are staying in Bangkok for a few days. The studio apartments are well decorated and come with ... Read the full review of Sanctuary House.

    4 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • S1 Hostel

    S1 Hostel

    A sleek industrial design

    35/1-4 Soi Ngam Duphli, Bangkok
    T: (02) 679 7777;

    S1 Hostel‘s bright yellow frontage is hard to miss amid the rather crusty backpacker district of Soi Ngam Duphli. Converted from an old guesthouse and opened after extensive renovations in early ... Read the full review of S1 Hostel.

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    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Lee Guesthouse 3

    Lee Guesthouse 3

    A 1970s guest house experience

    13 Soi Saphan Khu, Off Soi Sri Bamphen
    T: (02) 679 7045;

    Tucked in between Sala Thai to one side and Madam Guesthouse to the other, Lee Guesthouse 3 could not be more different than its companion Lee Guesthouse 4 around the corner. LG3 has bright, airy ... Read the full review of Lee Guesthouse 3.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • ETZzz Hostel

    ETZzz Hostel

    A bright and cheery place

    Soi Ngam Dupli, Rama 4 Rd
    T: (02) 286 9492;

    Spread over five floors, ETZzz Hostel opened in early 2011 and is a bright and cheery place in a relatively convenient location near Lumpini Park, with good connections to the MRT subway system. On ... Read the full review of ETZzz Hostel.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Ibis Hotel Sathorn

    Ibis Hotel Sathorn

    Good deals online

    Soi Ngam Dupli
    T: (02) 659 2888;

    This international chain offers smallish rooms with all of the mod-cons, including cable TV and room service. While it doesn't win any charm awards (every Ibis property seems to look the same), the ... Read the full review of Ibis Hotel Sathorn.

    3.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Penguin House

    Penguin House

    Good value, but simple

    27/23 Soi Sri Bamphen, Bangkok
    T: (02) 679 9991-2;

    Under the same management and sharing the same name as the internet cafe just across the way, Penguin House offers a more upmarket set of rooms further down the Soi Sri Bamphen. Large clean rooms are ... Read the full review of Penguin House.

    3.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Pinnacle Lumpinee Hotel & Spa

    Pinnacle Lumpinee Hotel & Spa

    A good mid-range spot

    17 Soi Ngam Dupli, Bangkok
    T: (02) 287 0111; F: (02) 287 3420

    A brief walk south down Soi Ngam Dupli leads to the main entrance of Pinnacle Hotel & Spa. Passing through the leafy car park into the large, elegantly faded lobby, it is obvious why this hotel fits ... Read the full review of Pinnacle Lumpinee Hotel & Spa.

    3.5 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange
  • Cafe des Arts Guesthouse

    Cafe des Arts Guesthouse

    Not very artful, but cheap

    27/39 Soi Sri Bumpen, Rama IV Rd
    T: (02) 679 8438;

    The Cafe des Arts Guesthouse has eight basic rooms on two floors, each with an exceptionally firm double mattress. Linens are worn, but the bathrooms are clean and have hot water showers. A shared ... Read the full review of Cafe des Arts Guesthouse.

    3 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Sala Thai Daily Mansion

    Sala Thai Daily Mansion

    A mellow place with a nice vibe

    Soi Saphan Khu 15 (off Soi Sri Bamphen), Bangkok
    T: (02) 287 1436;

    At the end of the Soi, sitting under towering palm trees, is Sala Thai Guesthouse. Staff here are friendly, if a little unenthusiastic when showing guests around the neat and tidy premises — you ... Read the full review of Sala Thai Daily Mansion.

    3 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Madam Guesthouse

    Madam Guesthouse

    Unusual atmosphere

    11 Soi Saphan Khu, Off Soi Sri Bamphen, Bangkok
    T: (02) 286 9289; F: (02) 213 2087

    Tucked away down this leafy backstreet, Madam Guesthouse fills the gap in the market for cheap, silent, fan-cooled rooms. As a converted house, staying at Madame has a very homely feel, requiring ... Read the full review of Madam Guesthouse.

    3 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Lee 4 Guest House

    Lee 4 Guest House

    Value for money

    Soi Saphan Khu (off Soi Sri Bamphen), Bangkok
    T: (02) 679 8116;

    Down the quiet side street of Soi Saphan Khu lies Lee's fourth and final guesthouse. The small lobby of Lee 4 guesthouse is sometimes found silent, occupied only by a dozing elderly lady. If you have ... Read the full review of Lee 4 Guest House.

    2.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Moon House

    Moon House

    Not a bad choice

    2/10-11 Soi Sri Bamphen, Bangkok
    T: (02) 287 1756;

    Just off Soi Ngam Duphli is the no-frills Moon House guesthouse. If you're easily claustrophobic or are above average height, the small dark stairwells at Moon House will probably put you off. ... Read the full review of Moon House.

    2.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker

Sathorn Road

Once lined with old mansions and colonial villas, Sathorn Road has been well and truly given over to the motor vehicle. Although there are footpaths, you'll need a mask if you're panning on walking a long way. A couple of Bangkok's top hotels are on this road, and the western part is served by skytrain.



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