“A 1920s building with 12 dormitories and nine private rooms — splurge at the adjoining 80/20. Decorated in an industrial style, the gallery-restaurant serves daring, playful and delectable neo-Thai concoctions.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Bangkok.
Situated on 1048 – 1054 Charon Krung Road, this fine establishment offers the comfortable accommodation and room options for visitors in the city. The hostel is excellently located, where its nearness to the city’s finest and most famous places make it favorite among tourists and travelers in Bangkok. The hotel is located at a distance of 800 m away from the MRT-Hua Lamphong, while the widely used Hualumphong Train Station is strategically located 900 m away from the hotel. This train station provides easy access and comfortable traveling system for guests in the nearby Oldtown Hostel who want the adventure into the city.
The closest airport to the hotel is the Suvarnabhumi International Airport which is located at a distance of 26 km away from the hostel premises.
The hostel offers neat and well-furnished rooms for guests looking for accommodation. Room options in the hotel include a family room with shared bathroom, standard double room with shared bathroom and bunk bed in a female dormitory room. These and many more are the options available for guests to choose from.
The hotel building is a historic one and this is evident in its design and architecture. The rooms of the hotel feature standard amenities such as air conditioning, free Wi-Fi (which is also available in all public areas of the hotel) and a safety deposit box. The hotel also provides fresh stylish linens and towels for guests.
Other services provided by the hotel are 24-hour front desk service, laundry services and a daily maid service.