Nantra is clean, basic comfortable. Best of all, it is so centrally located in Silom, but quiet as it is located at the end of a quiet soi. Gay friendly and located near the gay soi. Breakfast is rather basic. I lost my key card while in the hotel mysteriously as I could only have left it in the room or at the breakfast table, but it was bever found and I had to pay 1000B which goes into a record book without official receipt. Mmmm...
The " Just Relax " spa is why i booked this hotel , that joint is outstanding
The other reason why i booked this hotel is because it's location is close to the Metro train sys , good for getting around without using taxis
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights and absolutely enjoyed our stay. The room was very spacious. The hotel is located in a side street, close to the Skytrain Station, from where you can easily go wherever you want. There are supermarkets and food stalls just around the corner. Hotel staff was really friendly and helpful. If we are ever back in Bangkok, we would definitely stay there again.
The hotel is brand new, the rooms and all of the amenities are really nice! The restaurant has awesome food as well. The only downside is the wifi barely work, but if you don't need it- don't worry! The hotel is located in a bit of a confusing area, but once you figure it out- you are within walking distance of the patpong night market & the canal. Overall, it's s pretty good place to stay!
The room a little small but still ok for 2 persons. Need to deposit 5,000 baht (SGD$200) before checking into our room. Tissue paper should be put at the room table instead of bathroom as it gets wet easily with dripping water. Shower area should have a sliding glass door to prevent water from making the other side floor wet.
Rather waiting for the Free Shuttle Service to Sala Daeng BTS by the hour , we prefer to walk to the nearest Surasak BTS station which takes around 10-12 minutes. Overall the hotel is clean & comfortable.
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We stayed our last night in Bangkok before returning home. This hotel is great, the rooms are really spacious as is the bathroom. I would have liked to stay longer. The area is great too with easy access to shopping, the park, skytrain and metro.
Hugging the Chao Phraya River, Silom, and Sathorn are home to the full gamut of industries. Considered part of the central business district, the area is also home to the city’s most renowned entertainment and red light area, Patpong. Other distractions include the shopping complexes of Robinson, Central, Silom, and Makro. Expect constant traffic congestion.