I stayed at Adamaz house while in Bangkok.It is unique because you have to walk through an alley to get there.It is near to the Khao San road where most tourist hang out and a walking distance to the Chao Phraya river.The room is very clean and the staffs are very helpful.I love the fact that it is a walking distance to the khao san area and the river.price is reasonable too.
This is sometimes called a pack packers hotel. It is not easy to find. You must drag your luggage down a very narrow alley and then carry it up stairs as there is no elevator. The rooms are tiny. You may not bring alcohol to your room (That wasn't a big deal for us.) Those are the negative points. The positive points are it is in the old city, within walking distance ( a good walk) of the Grand Palace and close to markets and restaurants; compared to other hotels in the area it is reasonably priced; the AC works well; it is clean; in the lobby there is coffee and usually there are some snacks' and the staff are helpful. I would stay here again.
Booked a room here but wanted to check a few details about their roof top accommodation. 7 emails later through both booking.com and through the contact us part of their website I still have had no response and have been forced to cancel my booking. Obviously don't really care much for customer service and don't expect any response if you have any questions before your arrival in Bangkok.
Very clean and fairly basic accommodation, ideal for anyone who wants to get out and explore. Far enough away from the hustle and bustle to get a good sleep, but only walking distance from Khao San Road. Really recommended.
We stayed here on our first visit to Bangkok and it provided a much needed sanctuary of calm. Only a stone’s throw from Khao San Road, you’d never guess. It’s quiet, clean and the staff are very friendly. There is toast fruit and coffee for guests. The beds are comfy and the rooms have air con. It’s great value and we’d definitely stay here if we come back.