I had an amazing stay at this hotel. It was not in a perfect location but since I had to study and do things for university this room was perfect for me. I enjoyed my stay so much that I extended for another night and I even got a free upgrade.
We were given a nice room with a garden separating the comfort room and the sleeping quarters. Although it was quite tiring to walk up to the 4th floor using only the stairs, it was a nice place to stay in if you are on a budget. Food was also great. Staff are helpful and accommodating.
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I stayed here for 3 days, one of the most terrible part in this hotel is the breakfast. i would suggest kitchen to provide more choices of daily breakfast to customer. the one i like the most is the location is very close to BTS. overall is still in average. will stay again for my next stay!
This was our second stay at Baan Nueng. We like it because it is small, clean and is situated in a pleasant part of Bangkok. The soi is quiet but once one hits the main soi, it is pleasant to find restaurants together with lots of food carts on the side walk. One can also find people fixing shoes, or clothes or making beautiful flower garlands to adorn Buddha statues. This place has a feel of "old" days. Some might find the hotel too far from the nearest BTS, it usually took us about 10 minutes to get to BTS Ari, but the walk is pleasant and for the return, lots of motorbike taxis or tuk tuks are available. We just enjoyed staying at Baan Nueng and would recommend it strongly, but only if you enjoy walking.
Within walking distance to the BTS, which makes it rather convenient to go to other places e.g. Siam Paragon.
Overall, the stay experience was average; nothing fantastic but value for money.
Would have been better if the hotel could provide coffee and tea making facilities.
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