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Errday Guest House
5/50 Reviews
Sukhumvit
Love this place. Always very clean and the owner is really nice. I have had zero problems any of the times I stay here. Good price and still close to the MRT. Very accommodating and the area is quiet and safe. Restaurants within walking distance and bars as well.
Sleep Box Sukhumvit 22
4.1/540 Reviews
Sukhumvit
The hotel is located in Sukhumvit 22. If you don't have a personal car, you have to take a taxi in and out for 30 baht each time to get to BTS Phrom Phong or MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. You can take a taxi to the Emsphere department store. There are many food options near the hotel. There is 7-11. The hotel rooms are very clean, the air conditioning is cool quickly, there is a work desk provided, the bed is soft, the wifi is fast. I like everything, but I would like to criticize the service. Before going in, call to ask which station and which exit to get off in order to win a seat. The staff gave the wrong information causing you to waste time walking up and down to the other side instead. When we arrived, it was the same employee. Chew gum and give information. Personally, I think that for a hotel that costs 1,000 baht per night (staying 2 nights is 2,020 baht), I want service that doesn't have to be very good. But just give some respect to the customers. It's not chewing gum. Provide check-in information Tell me the rules for staying. But the morning employee (maybe the owner or manager) was very cute, greeted and was very polite. It was a suggestion for improvement. Because everything is already good.
Aspira Parc Sukhumvit 22
4.1/561 Reviews
Sukhumvit
Aspira Parc Sukhumvit 22 is a small Boutique modern hotel.  The hotel is modern and the rooms are compact but they have very comfortable beds. They provide a small desk and chair, a bar fridge, a safe, tea & coffee making facilities and free bottled water. They do not provide dental kits , slippers, bath robes and there is an LCD smart TV with a very poor selection of channels and the TV was not connected to the Internet you couldn't watch Netflix or YouTube which was disappointing. The bathrooms are very small and a large person would have difficulty using the toilet. The shower screen is far too small so water gets it up all over the bathroom floor and the shower water pressure is average at best. The Wi-Fi is absolutely terrible in drops out all the time, it's even difficult to send an email. There is no swimming pool or gymnasium and the hotel was located down quite away from the main street and any public transport. There is a 7-Eleven aboutb100 metres away and once you walk a few hundred metres up towards the main road you can find some other restaurants and bars. The rooms were modern and would have no problem recommending this place for a few nights stay but There are a number of things that could be improved. When the prices are inflated at busy times it's definitely not with the price but when the prices are discounted it's not bad for a few nights and I would have no problem staying there again
Like Sukhumvit 22
4.3/546 Reviews
Sukhumvit
Like provides sizable apartment in pretty low price. My friend and I stayed at a 2 bedrooms apartment with 2 bathrooms. So we both had a comfortable stay. Perhaps, you pay for what you get. The location of the hotel is not super convenience. It is over 15 minutes walk to the nearest train stations. It also takes you about 10 minutes to go the nearby convenient store or supermarket. Not ideal if you go to Bangkok for shopping. The hotel has a so-called swimming pool, but it is more like one that you will get if you stay in a private villa in Phuket or Samui for example. You can't really swim in that little pool. Besides, it is located near the parking area with no table or chairs for you to put your stuff and relax. I stayed there for 3 days but only used the pool once because of that. Staff are friendly but they are not very helpful to be honest. They haven't refill the toilet role; and there is one thing I find it quite unacceptable is that they only give you one key card no matter how many people you are together in the same apartment. As mentioned, I was traveling with my friend and we expected we will have two key card at least. But maybe this is a cheap hotel and they only gave us one. I guess it is a minor thing but it sure is inconvenient. I don't think I will stay there again in conclusion.
Sova Hotel Bangkok
4.2/517 Reviews
Sukhumvit
If I could give it more stars, I would! This hotel was simply amazing! Nice and clean rooms, fairly small, but perfect for a solo traveller like me. The best part was the bed!!!! Felt like I was on cloud 9, I just couldn’t get out of that bed. Not even the Four Seasons have beds like that. The hotel staff were also AMAZING!! I felt so welcome and cared for. They go over and above for their guests. You will not be disappointed! I will always choose this hotel whenever I am in Bangkok. Great value for money
Spark Hotel - Mrt Queen Sirikit  Certified
4.3/552 Reviews
Sukhumvit
Everything is fine as usual. Except the employee came to clean the room without calling to inquire. After we returned to the room, we found that the room had been cleaned. That is, if you do it, it's good, but if you don't, it's better. If you want to come in, you should call and ask. Not entering without permission Moreover, we didn't have a sign hung in front of the room saying to clean it, so it was a failure. Hehe.

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