rooms were tiny. Narrow. Staff was wonderful and breakfast was good. But after I had a shower in the morning a horrible smell came into my room. I tried to block all drains in the bathroom but eventually had to leave my room. My sister found the same thing in her room. when we walked around to find a place to eat lunch we walked down an alley to a wonderful place to eat we found the same smell...sewer from the alley.
Short stay but very relaxing clean room, the breakfast very good many choices and represent the thai food, alot of nice street food around and close to iconic desti tion in bangkok
We will be back...!!!
Hotel is well located, close to BTS Victory Monunment Station. Choose to stay here as we took a night flight and will be arriving in the wee hours. The hotel is not that hard to find, except at night, the gate to the shortcut is locked, as it is a private building, you will need to take the road.
If you are coming in from BTS, take Exit 4 and you will reach a link way, walk a little bit up you should be able to see Victory Mall on your far right. Before Victory Mall, you will be able to see an open area just below you, on the ground level. Take the staircase down and walk toward Victory Mall, behind the mall is Soi Loet Punya. Walk along it and you can see Fyn Hotel.
The check in process took less than 10 mins as we had prepay our hotel stay.
The first thing that greeted us when we stepped into the room was a faint unpleasant odor, like drain sewage smell, think it was mentioned on reviews before. The smell did not go away, it was there throughout our stay.
The bed was made up of 2 super single bed and it was great for us.
Minimum toiletry was provided, only shower caps, cotton buds and a small bottle of shampoo and shower foam each.
Surrounding the hotel are many food options, some are still opened when we came in the wee hours. Plenty of 7 eleven around the area.
Breakfast is fine, but as what other said, do not expect too much of a varieties.
Curtain in our room are dark out curtain but due to the design, there were gaps, thus in the morning, sunlight was seeping through.
Do check out Century The Movie Plaza Victory Monument just down the road from the hotel, you can food and plenty of other shops too.
Hot and cold water dispenser, instant coffee and tea, plus biscuit are available downstairs in the lobby.
Overall, pleasant stay but turn off by the sewage smell.
-Premium room is spacious. Bed is bigger than king size and able to sleep 2 adults and 2 small size toddlers
-Room is equipped with kettle and complimentary water
-Breakfast spread was good. Usual egg, ham, sausage, cereal,toast bread. Also comes with watermelon and melon, curry chicken, rice, noodles,porridge.
-When walking out from hotel, suggest to turn right and cut through a blue building when going to Victory Monument BTS. If you turn left and walk towards Century Mall instead, you will need to share the same lane with car and motorbike which is dangerous especially with children.
-Near Century Mall, meeting point for tours booked with Klook. Mall has few restaurants like pepper lunch, kfc, a few jap restaurant, and most importantly, a supermarket at basement to buy necessities.
-Non carpetted flooring in the room and not sure if house keeping vacuum. Found cockroaches in the room.
-No toothbrush and toothpaste provided but can be easily purchased from supermarket.
Located not far from Suvarnabhumi Airport (only had to pay 1 toll fee), this hotel is quite tricky to locate at first because it's in one of the endless alleys along the main road. But once you get familiar, location is actually quite convenient as you can cut through one of the buildings opposite the hotel and get to Victory Monument station in less than 5 minutes.
Facilities wise our room was quite small but adequate for a budget hotel. Amenities quite lacking (no bedroom slippers or toothbrushes provided) so you would be advised to bring your own. The room floor area for some reason was really warm, which was weird but the staffs were pretty friendly.
All in all I would come again for future trips. Thumbs up!