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I really can't recommend this place enough. Everything has a wonderful handmade feel, with individually decorated rooms and beautifully hand-painted murals - it is a struggle to spot a mass produced object. A cafe downstairs is encircled with trees and cabinets of memorabilia and offers...More
Thank David F
Response from roseofbangkok, PN Family at Phranakorn-Nornlen HotelResponded 18 April 2012
Thank you for your kind review ka ^_^
All of the handmade and decorating has been design by heart. We input a lots of love and intention to create our small craft home. We believe that with the good intention to doing good on anything...More
We booked two nights upon our arrival in Bangkok. We enjoyed our stay at PN. So much that we decided to come back on our way back.
Everything was so pleasant! The location is great, we really feel being among the locals and it is...More
Very good address if you are looking for a peaceful place at Bangkok.
Rooms are big enough and clean.
Very good and nice welcome of all the hotel team.
Original and nice place to take your breakfast, lunch or just to have a rest!
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US$79 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Family Hotel in Bangkok
#11 Romantic Hotel in Bangkok
#104 Business Hotel in Bangkok
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