Photo: Chinatown boasts excellent street side eating.

Photo of Chinatown HotelChinatown Hotel

Ageing mid-ranger

526 Yaowarat Rd, Chinatown T: (02) 225 0204-26 F: (02) 226 1295

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Chinatown Hotel

The 75-year-old Chinatown has reasonable rooms with standard mid-range facilities: TV, hot water, air-con and minibar.

Photo of Chinatown Hotel

Older, carpeted rooms can retain the smell of a thousand cigarettes — don't hesitate to ask for one of the newer, wood-laminate floored rooms. Deluxe rooms have multiple, tall tinted windows that have decent views, yet keep the room cool. The hotel is located at the eastern end of Yaowarat and is not as central as some of the other choices. Business travellers are well-catered for here — rooms have free in-room WiFi, IDD phones and safety deposit boxes. Breakfast is included.Excellent discounts are available for booking online, although they are likely to give you a walk-in discount if the hotel has a low occupancy.

Our rating:

Last updated on 21st December, 2011.

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
1,600 baht
2,100 baht
Mini-standard 1,500B
Superior double room
2,200 baht
2,300 baht
Deluxe double room
2,600 baht
3,300 baht
Room: Standard double room, low season: 1,600 baht, high season 2,100 baht. Notes: Mini-standard 1,500B
Room: Superior double room, low season: 2,200 baht, high season 2,300 baht. Notes:
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 2,600 baht, high season 3,300 baht. Notes:

Chinatown Hotel
526 Yaowarat Rd, Chinatown
T: (02) 225 0204-26 F: (02) 226 1295

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