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Decent place to stay with dorms on ko san road

  • guyhay

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    anybody know of anywhere?
    thanks

    #1 Posted: 14/4/2009 - 19:52

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  • exacto

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    Hi Guy,

    This question was asked fairly recently on the message board under a different thread, so I think with a minimum of effort you'll find those posts and have your answer.

    Are you really looking for a dorm-like situation? I ask because here in the states, a dorm bed is usually in the $20 to $25 range. But for that same amount of cash in Thailand, you can get your own upscale room with included bathroom and A/C and hot water and even breakfast. Plus, there are lots of good rooms are available for even less. Hope that helps. Regards.

    #2 Posted: 15/4/2009 - 08:59

  • TheGoose

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    Private rooms are so cheap there isn't any need for a dorm room!

    #3 Posted: 15/4/2009 - 13:17

  • guyhay

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    thanks,
    basically i'm here now and my friends go home tomorrow. As i'll be on my own accommodation won't be as cheap so i thought rather than get a really basic 300 baht private room I might get a nicer dorm for maybe 200 baht? Also I like the idea of a dorm as it might be easier to meet people. Thanks again.

    #4 Posted: 15/4/2009 - 14:20

  • exacto

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    #5 Posted: 15/4/2009 - 20:17

  • guyhay

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    yes thanks, i found that page, i was just trying to give a bit of background info and maybe get some more suggestions, thanks.

    #6 Posted: 16/4/2009 - 11:49

  • exacto

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    fair enough. even so, it sounds like Apple II will be a good choice for you until perhaps you can locate something even better. if you do, please let us know. good luck.

    #7 Posted: 16/4/2009 - 20:33

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