Baan Dinso2 opened in 2012 in what was once a pharmacy, but now has
a more homely feel to it, with the northern facing rooms
overlooking Bangkoks Democracy Monument, near one of the only
avenues in the city. From here it is easy to walk to the Grand
Palace, Wat Pho and the river pier, where you can take a boat to
visit Wat Arun, Asiatique Night Bazaar and connect to the sky
train. For a taste of Bangkoks party side, head up to Khao San Road
and Rambuttri. Although the hotel might be located in a busy part
of town, you rarely hear the traffic once you are inside. The area
is also well-known for neighbourhood restaurants and street food,
so be sure to get out there and try some.
There decor inside Baan Dinso2 is simple, with subtle Thai and Japanese highlights, from Koi carp posters in the wide corridors to wood-lined restaurant space and bookshelves filled with travel, philosophy and photography tomes. ... [+] More
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