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Recent guest reviews

This hotel was formally The Momanee Hotel has been completely renovated. The rooms are very comfortable and well appointed. There is a mini refrigerator and hot water maker in each room. The refrigerator is stocked with refreshments for sale. The bed is super comfortable, not too soft nor too hard, slept well. The bathroom has a tub/shower with plentiful hot water. For Thailand the tub was most welcome in the evening. Everything was very clean and serviceable. There is even a small balcony in each room. Breakfast was included in the $32.00 room rate. There was a very good selection of items fresh and hot for the Asian taste but not much for American tastes. There are other dining options about 2 blocks from the property. The front desk staff were warm and professional but limited with speaking English. Good stay and would recommend this Hotel to others, family friendly.

Not so impressive ... worn out furniture very outdated bathroom just felt like stayed in a roadside cheap lodge ...wont recommend ...also too far from main city center ..almost last station to BTS (bearing) breakfast was less then average .. its just 2 star and not 4 ...saw 4 star on agoda not really though .

We took a school group here from China in early April for 4 nights. There are pluses and minuses. Firstly - I took a school group! So if you're after a quiet stay, perhaps ask if school groups are there, because there was at least another one when we stayed and looking at other reviews it does seem to be popular with groups. Secondly, it is quite far out of town and from the airport so you need to be prepared to put in some effort to getting to places that are good to see. What's the hotel like? Strange to be honest. Upon arrival you are greeted b a stunning lobby that raises your expectations massively, but the furnishings and facilities in other aspects of the hotel don't quite match up to that first impression. I could list things ad nauseum but won't, suffice it to say the worst bit of my room was (as others have mentioned in other reviews) the shower which had little pressure in its water delivery. I want to find positives so Ill tell you that the bed was great - I slept very well here and was very comfortable. The food in the restaurant is decent, but the choice limited, in addition the drinks menu is quite small. Were the staff helpful? Yes. As someone else has said, you get what you pay for. For a work trip? Fine. If I was traveling for leisure, I wouldn't enjoy it.

Yuck. On the positive, rooms did to appear to be relatively clean (relatively), and most of the staff did try their best, it seemed. Where to start with the negatives. Uncomfortable beds with one very thin pillow. Paper thin walls which made it near impossible to sleep if there was any activity at all next door. First hotel I have been in for ever that required a key to manually lock doors...and given my inexperience with this primitive mode of security resulted in my door being left unlock rather often (nothing taken). Peeling paint in the bathroom. Nearly zero water pressure in the shower. TV had a few channels, although very limited, and none I could understand. Communication was a challenge. No gym, no nothing really, except a really poor room. A bunch of local street fare within walking distance for those feeling adventurous, but no real sit down more traditional restaurant I could find. In house restaurant is actually not bad, but closes at 9:30 PM. Breakfast buffet is adequate....but you are so tired from lack of sleep night before it is hard to tell. MUCH better suited for the North Asia tour operators shuffling their naïve tour groups through than a discerning traveler looking for a comfortable stay. My childs football team stayed there due to proximity to the pitches...and all agreed....never again.

We took up a bunch of Under 18 rugby players up for the Bangkok 10's International Rugby Tournament. This Hotel was near to where the games were played over the 25 & 26 February 2017. We stayed 5 nights. The Hotel picked us all up from the airport with prior arrangement and dropped off the boys again after the trip. Staff were very friendly and helpful from the Reception, right through to the cleaners and gardener. The Manager/Concierge of the Breakfast/dinning room was exceptional with his assistance and help with anything that we asked or requested. The hotel has a bit of wear & Tear with regards to some carpets, paint off some doors and the shower heads not functioning as they did when new. However it was very clean and could not fault the service. Great Hotel for cost, location is on the BTS Reading and only a 5-10 minute walk from the Hotel. So you can get into the main part of Bangkok (Central Station) for THB52, in about 20-30 minutes. No pool which would have been good for the boys to recover from the humidity after the games. But hey we would use again if we toured up again for another tournament. The street Restaurants and stalls were all great and cheap to eat at. The Pad Thai in front of the 711 store was unreal.

I chose Clef Hotel after reading the positive reviews. When I arrived I was impressed by the design of the foyer; quirky and almost Scandinavian in style. Once in the lift (covered in denim?!) I started to suspect that the reception was where the style stopped, particularly as I was holding an actual key rather than a key card. The hallway carpets were old looking and the doors were a bit shabby. The shabby theme continued in the room. Cracked paint, poorly maintained furniture and bathroom. That said the room was clean. My bed was extremely hard and there were only 2 or 3 western news programmes on the tv. Breakfast was a basic buffet style affair which included an 'egg station'. All I can say again is that the chef didn't understand that egg shell wasn't acceptable in an omelette. This is barely 3 star and NOT 4 star as suggested. Good points: cheap and clean. In the end I paid for another more comfortable hotel for my last night in Bangkok.

We stayed at Clef for just short of a week. Firstly its location is not the best for tourism, yes it is nearby to the end of the BTS, but if you are looking to get stuck into Bangkok then staying further into the mix would be advised. The rooms, although a nice size, had questionable stains on the sheets, bugs in the bathroom, and showers that spat out lukewarm water. Our first rooms had interconnected doors to strangers rooms, which allows so much sound leakage, in my case a Chinese argument at 1am, and on further inspection unlocked doors, making me come face to face with a man in a towel on the other side! We moved rooms as we were worried about the security of our belongings, and the second rooms were much better. Breakfast wasn't fantastic, the omelette stand being the best of the options. And the bar, which presents itself as a nice place to have a drink with a glossy menu with really appetising looking drinks, is clearly just a front, as the bartender never had the ingredients or knew how to make any of the drinks on there. The bar was shut by 9 on a Saturday night, meaning a trip to 7Eleven for cheap whiskeys! Wouldn't choose to stay again.

Very nice. Great value . Clean, nice, friendly. Decent breakfast. No problems during stay. Bed comfortable. I would return. Shopping and food nearby, taxis all over...easy to get around I recommend..........................

Reached the counter, friendly staff will serve you cups of drinks.. Room is cleaned daily.. Furniture a little old and damaged but not affecting the good stay.. Bts walking distance around 15min.. Overall is a good stay..

This was our first stay at this hotel & have to say, for what we paid, we were very impressed & will happily return. The location in Bang-na / Samut Prakarn is convenient for BITEC & the hotel is only a short walk from Bearing BTS station. Hotel staff were pleasant & helpful & or room (Studio) was spacious, bright, comfortable, in good condition & importantly clean! Yes, coffee, stocked mini bar, toiletries & even bath robes provided. Again for the price paid, breakfast was excellent & an outdoor egg station provided your choice of eggs & bacon. Buffet items were hot & the whole breakfast experience quite pleasant. There's good on site car parking too. We will happily stay again & at current pricing, it's a bargain - as long as you want to be in this area of Bangkok.

951 Moo 7, Soi Barring 6, Sukhumvit 107 Samut Prakan Samut Prakan

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Concierge services

Located in Bang Na, CLEF HOTEL is within a 15-minute drive of Lumpini Park and Bangkok University. This 89-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Patpong Night Market and Pratunam Market are also within a 20-minute drive.


You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.


CLEF HOTEL's 89 rooms are air-conditioned and provide balconies, refrigerators, and minibars. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer free toiletries and bathrobes. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also available.

Property features

Built in 2015, the brand new CLEF HOTEL offers free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and spa treatment rooms. If you drive, put free parking to good use. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

Supreme room

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Suite Room

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

59% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 22 reviews