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Attractively set in the Bangkok Old Town district of Bangkok, Ayathorn Bangkok is situated 700 metres from Wat Saket, 1.1 km from Khao San Road and 1.8 km from Bangkok National Museum.
Conveniently set in Bangkok, Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok, Vignette Collection - an IHG Hotel provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, free private parking and room service.
Set in Bangkok, 700 metres from Emporium Shopping Mall, Carlton Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit - SHA Extra Plus offers accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a fitness centre and...
Set in Bangkok, 1.8 km from MBK Center, The Rose Residence, Bangkok offers accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.
Situated in Bangkok, 1.6 km from Bangkok National Museum, Bangkok Saran Poshtel features views of the city. With a shared lounge, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi.
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse is set in Bangkok and is 1 km from Patpong and Silom areas.
The luxurious Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn is connected to Surasak BTS Skytrain Station via the hotel's own Sky Bridge. The hotel features an outdoor infinity-edge pool.
Directly connected to Asok BTS Skytrain Station and just steps from Sukhumvit MRT Subway Station, the luxurious Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit offers award-winning restaurants and 24-hour room service.
Situated in Bangkok, 3.4 km from Jim Thompson House, Ago Hotel Chinatown features accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a restaurant.
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Set in Bangkok and with Wat Saket reachable within 2.1 km, Oldthaiheng Hotel offers a tour desk, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property and a bar.
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A former royal residence situated by the Chao Phraya River, Chakrabongse Villas offers stunning views of Wat Arun from luxurious Thai-style suites. It features a landscape pool and attentive service.
I love this place, and visit almost every trip to Bangkok. The house is exactly as it was the day he walked out on the trip to Cameron Highlands, from which he never returned. It is furnished with priceless Khmer antiques, and the architecture of four old Thai teak houses is magnificent.
I went expecting to hear all about the Thai Silk King's great work in introducing Thai silk to the rest of the world as a luxury item. However, the guide (compulsory) mainly spoke of the architecture of the house. There was a bit about why the house was located there. The workers who used to work for the silk factory lived across the house. I was altogether disappointed with the tour as the man himself was not fleshed out. He even mysteriously disappeared while out walking in Cameron Highlands. Such an intriguing story could have been spun into the history of JT silk and how it propelled the kingdom into high fashion. As it was, it was a dry architectural tour of traditional Thai palaces which JT put together. Go only if you are into architecture.
Ironically it takes an American to create the traditional Thai residence which is quite welcome near to the modern high rise buildings of Siam. It was interesting to hear about his life. Not exceptional, but a nice place if you are in the area and have the time.
The house is located toward the end of a small, unassuming and rather dirty soi (street). The guided tour (obligatory if you want to see the house itself) is very well done, not too long and not too short. It's a nice, interesting place although the art collection is composed of second to third rate antiques. You will find a lovely restaurant on the premises as well as a Jim Thompson's store.
THE BEST! All tours in JTH is guided, the guide was knowledgeable, we walked from one room to another, from one house to another. no photograph allowed in any of the room or house, only outside at the courtyard you are allowed to take photos. i enjoyed the tour very much. even though no photos allowed. but they have a nice courtyard so that's ok i guess. we had lunch at the restaurant after that which is splendid too. so the whole experience is a good one. one should visit JTH if you are in Bangkok.
A wonderful place! I like to go there every time, when I am visiting Bangkok. Jim Thompson was an American soldier, who did disappear in the Malaysian Jungle in 1960s, and he was never found. He is also regarded as the founder of the famous Thai silk. He liked collecting art. His house still looks exactly the same as it was, when he was living there. This house really is worth visiting.
The hotel was located right behind the Jim Thompson House, near the National Stadium BTS station and the boat terminals, so it was easy for us to navigate to wherever we wanted to go. The bed were comfortable, we had great nights.