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Quick response needed on nice 3* hotel in bangkok pleeeease

Posted by Heth24 on 19/1/2010 at 08:27

Hi

I've suddenly decided I don't want to chance turning up and finding a hotel when I've got jetlag so pleeeease can anyone suggest somewhere clean, safe and secure for a 30 something first time traveller who needs to get adjusted for a few days before heading off to vietnam for the full on experience?

I'm probably looking for 3 star hotel or simple guesthouse with own bathroom rather than shared and I would prefer to be in a quieter area, really liking the look of Thewet but struggling to find info on the net.

Top tips please!!

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Posted by somtam2000 on 19/1/2010 at 13:52 admin

This story might help you get started:
What's a good guesthouse in Bangkok in 2009?

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Posted by jay66fr on 20/1/2010 at 03:47

Hotels are plenty in BKK, especially in the 3 star category. If you want something huge and impersonal, you could try something like Prince Palace Hotel near Bobae market. Was there a year ago, good quality for the price: about 2000 THB for a night.

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Posted by keithsutter on 1/2/2010 at 16:33

Posted from within Vietnam.

We stayed in Wendy Guest House (http://www.wendyguesthouse.com/evos/front/bin/home.phtml) for 5 nights and really enjoyed it. It is off the main streets and in a somewhat quit part of town near the Kim Thompson house. You can read more about our stay at www.greenaroundtheglobe.com/2010/01/05/southern-thailand-highlights-and-recommendations

Enjoy, Bangkok is a great town.

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