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We stayed 5 nights at the Bhuthorn in January 2011. It was a lovely place to stay as it was a traditional Thai house and quite unlike the large impersonal international hotels where you could be staying anywhere in the world . Our room was...More
After three days of roughiung it looking after eleophants at "ElepantStay' (see separate review) we spoilt ourselves with our last day of our holiday at The Bhuthorn.
We are in the accommodation industry owning three self-contained 4.5 STAR properties in the Barossa Valley so we...More
Stayed here for 3 nights in clean but small room. Large double bed was the most uncomfortable bed I'd ever slept on, being rock hard. Bathroom was ok, no bath but a decent shower. Air con and free water in room. Staff always on hand...More
We stayed here as part of a Christmas/New Year's trip.
Awesome location - 10 min walk from Grand Palace, 20 min from Reclining Buddha
Staff was terrific. Very helpful. Excellent English, willing to help flag down cabs, tuk tuks.
Quaint place with just 3 rooms....More
We recently spent two nights at the enchanting Bhuthorn, a beatifully restored shophouse in a very well located conservation area, now turned into a three bedroomed guesthouse. The family that run the Bhuthorn are delightful, very helpful and friendly. Our room, "Bhuthorn" was well furnished...More
While you’ll see skyscrapers in most parts of Bangkok, it’s the gilded roofs of ancient pagodas that adorn the skyline of Banglamphu, the city’s historical and most touristic district. Hordes of tourists flock to this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off their to-do list, with the Grand Palace being the most spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to Bangkok’s infamous tourist ghetto, centered around
Khao San Road. Visit at night to feast on road-side pad thai, cheap beers and if you’re up for it, some dancing fueled by buckets of Thai whiskey.