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Stayed here twice and staying again, price WAS good and hopefully will be the next time we stay, we had a 2 bedroom apartment, 1 with a seperate bathroom, a nice kitchen and a nice view to the south, on the top of the building...More
Hi I am a Thai citicen that rent here for a month.This was my first time here and i didn't very experted this area.The service of this hotel is terrible. They didn't even print my important paper (only 2 paper) that i very have to...More
This hotel is more towards service apartment type with permanent residents.
We stayed there for 4 nights. Upon arrival to the hotel, we were in a mess. We were still struggling with the Internet access having subscribing to the 7 days unlimited internet access but...More
I first stayed here on a one month rental then ended up signing a 6 month contract once I got a job. It's in a great location. It' a 5 minute walk a BTS station and a 10 minute walk from a MRT station. It's...More
As on our previous trip, once again we stayed at Mansion Sarasinee several times on this trip. Nothing has changed since our previous stays there, however I thought it worthy of another review to point out their many good points and one weak point.
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Home to at least a dozen hip coffee shops, sophisticated boutiques and some seriously fine restaurants, Ari is the newest epicentre of Bangkok cool. Fleeing from the skyrocketing rents in Thonglor and Ekamai, many young urbanites made Ari their new home. This mostly residential neighbourhood outside the city centre isn't much of a trendy area on first sight, but if you scratch the surface of government
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