Radchada District (Mins to Huai Khwang MRT Subway)1 DBL and 1 TWN, 2 blocks from the main road. Hence, quiet, friendly and rich in culture (You can offer alms to monks passing by in the morning, if you wish) Close to Temple, Markets & Entertainment.
60 Square metres of comfortable space (not Pokey). Stylishly furnished and very clean.
2 Block set back from Radchadapisek Main Road thus, traffic noise is at a minimum.
Interaction with guests
We live overseas, so most likely non. However, If needed, our family in Bangkok can attend to your emergency needs. Contact list will be placed in the Apartment. Also a Fact Sheet can be found.
Other things to note
Motorcycle taxi's are only good for inside the Soi (off main roads) Please do not use this service outside of Soi 13 (our Radchada 13)
To The MRT should only be 10THB
If you get up early enough, you will find many Thai local go about their daily routine. Interesting to watch from a corner food stall.
Occasionally, there might be a power black out during the wet season. Don't worry too much. Usually comes back on within a half hour.
Manicures and Pedicures are really cheap and good. Find your favourite one.
No Smoking (smoking on the ground floor please)
Definitely no illegal Drugs
No Grumpiness (we'd hate to have bad vibes imprinted into the walls
Keys or security cards lost or damaged A$20 or 550 thai baht/item reconcile on departure
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
We are working professionals living in Australia. The Rachada property is managed by our family in Bangkok. The Apartment was bought in 2008 when we planned to spend more time in Bangkok with our families. It has been reserved for family and friends travelling ever since. The apartment have never had permanent dwellers in it since it was built and furnished.
We love travelling and really discovered how much better it is to stay at real people's home rather than hotels. We love our apartment in Bangkok and want to share it with you. Visit the temple, eat local food and talk to the locals. There aren't many westerners there. Discover the real urban Thai life.
Dao and I love the Beaches, Mountains, Urban strolls. Casual adventurers focused on staying happy and our 3 lovely Pugs fed.