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Viengtai Hotel

You`re going to Bangkok to be close to the action, right? Look no further than the Viengtai Hotel. Situated right in the heart of the infamous Khao San Road area and the city`s biggest tourist sites, it`s the perfect base for travellers looking to get right in the thick of it - and then want to return to a little Western-style luxury. Learn more >

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Viengtai Hotel

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Viengtai Hotel

Category 2 globes

Bangkok,

4.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)

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  • Atmosphere4.5 ticks
  • Friendliness of Staff4.5 ticks
  • Location5 ticks
  • Cleanliness4.5 ticks
  • Facilities4 ticks
  • Safety and Security4.5 ticks
  • Value for Money4 ticks

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STA/ Contiki Asia Famil

  • by Tanya McDonald
  • 17 Nov 2012
The hotel had a great location and very helpful staff, wifi worked in lobby and breakfast was really nice (and included) as well.

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First time to Asia and what a blast!!!!

  • by Adele McNulty
  • 14 Nov 2012
Walk right outside the hotel doors and your in the night scene of Bangkok. Its a 5 minute walk from Khao San Road where all the bars and night markets are. So perfect location. Tuk Tuk's right outside the hotel all day so you will never struggle to get somewhere. The rooms are very clean and spaceish. There is also an outdoor swimming pool for those wanting to have a bit of quiet time. Although it felt like a maze getting to but we found it in the end. We only ate breakfast in the hotel but there was plenty to choose from, from cereal fresh fruit, asian breakfast etc. Also in the hotel they have a massage parlour and it's really cheap so after a long day of site seeing its perfect. Also for people wanting to stay in touch with home the hotel offers free Wifi in the lobby. (Not that you would want to sit in on the internet all day)