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Rambuttri Village

Decent rooms, surly staff

Photo of Rambuttri Village, 95 Soi Rambutri, Bangkok. , Khao San Road

What we say: 3 stars

Rambuttri Village sprawls over two large buildings just back from Soi Rambutri and near the corner of Chakrabongse, within a three-minute stumble of Khao San. Apart from the excellent location, everything about the place is mediocre and the value isn’t great, but it’s a huge property that does assure you some creature comforts. The courtyard restaurant between the newer and older building is a fine place to relax with a drink. Rooms come in a bunch of different types, though all are quite cramped; the “junior double” starts at a mere 15 square metres and even the “deluxe family,” which runs well over 2,000 baht, comes in at only 25 metres squared. The superior double that we peeped wasn’t too inspiring: bland tile floor, small TV, mini-fridge, basic hot-water bathroom and large window and view only of a connecting roof. Much better are the rooms in the newer building with small balconies, newer furnishings and wood accents. All rooms come with safety boxes and there’s a small swimming pool to be enjoyed somewhere. The guy who showed us around seemed annoyed and rushed, and the brusque receptionist was not much better. The place also has lots of nit-picking rules and makes you leave a 1,000 baht deposit at check in. An attached plaza comes with the usual tailors and travel offices, plus a modern cafe/bakery. Though we didn’t get exact quotes, rates should drop slightly in low season.

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Contact details:

95 Soi Rambutri, Bangkok.  T: (02) 282 9162, (02) 282 9163 F: (02) 629 5211  
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What we were quoted

Type of room Low season High season Notes
Deluxe- Single 1,050 baht 1,050 baht
Superior - Single 950 baht 950 baht
Standard - Double 1,300 baht 1,300 baht
Standard - Single 900 baht 900 baht

Added to Travelfish on: 25th April, 2004
Last visited or updated on: 8th February, 2015

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Usually found exploring Bangkok's side streets or south Thailand's islands, David Luekens is an American freelance writer & photographer who finds everyday life in Asia to be extraordinary. You can follow his travails here.
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