bangkok place to stay open late?
26th August, 2009
My flight gets into Bangkok around 1 am. Wondering if most budget type guesthouses are open late at night or are 24 hrs.
#1 Posted: 26/8/2009 - 11:56
5th June, 2009
Location United Kingdom
At least 17
Defo book ahead. You can easily book online with many guesthouses or hotels. If you do this I wouldn't think you'd have a problem just so long as you make them aware that you won't arrive until 2.30 - 3.30 am!
#2 Posted: 26/8/2009 - 23:41
21st January, 2004
Total reviews: 24
At least 113
Some remain open, many will have some kinda nightwatchmen person -- most likely asleep on a lazy chair behind the checkin counter.
I'd book ahead if only because I could think of better things to do at 3am than trudging around waking up people to see if they have a bed for me. But, if you're not fussed about doing that, then don't book ahead.
As Sparts says, depending on customs/immigration/your flight being on time, you may not be into town till 3.30 am -- by then it's only a couple of hours till breakfast -- perhaps just plant yourself in a cafe and get a room in the morning. There are cafes on KSR open 24 hours.
#3 Posted: 27/8/2009 - 06:55
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