It's like a museum.by PN guests :) on 12/19/13
The hotel has a good aura . It's nice to be there. The first thing was wanted to do - to capture everything on film, but capture the feelings of staying here is impossible.
The hotel welcomes good and healthy lifestyle. Smoking and sex tourism are prohibited here. I think that it's creates a pleasant atmosphere . If alcohol wouldn't be selling - it would be even better. Breakfasts are vegetarian ( but sometimes with eggs ) . The hotel is perfect for families with children. The hotel has a large game room, it's very difficult to pull out child from it. Almost all parents take their children out of there in tears because they did not want to leave :))
The hotel has a washing machine, you can ask for an iron and ironing board, a computer with Internet access.
The location is convenient . Near is the pier from which the boat will get you to BTS. Nearby there is the temple, and you can see the Big Buddha from the windows on the stairs and the roof. At a distance of 1 km from the hotel there is a Thai vegetarian restaurant May Kaidee, you can get there by walking about 15 minutes.
We had some difficulties to take a taxi to get to the hotel: many taxi drivers refused to go after seeing map of the hotel, may be the reason was that the directions on the scheme is described through the protests zone. As a result, from Little India to the hotel the price was 300 Baht. It's temporary problem.
In the whole I'm recommending this hotel. It's very clean & cozily. It has friendly atmosphere. The staff is very nice polite & friendly. Wishes for the hotel: it would be great if the breakfast menu will include options without eggs, eggsfree pancakes , cookies, cakes or other pastries.