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Room is totally fine for a short sleep and shower. Was expecting something scary. It was a very straightforward budget hotel. I thought it was larger (by a foot or two...) and nicer than the transit hotel in SIN (this has a window). Entrance is a little tricky to spot at first. It’s on the backside of the Miracle Transit Lounge down a long walkway on 4th floor of G concourse. A big sign is there if you’re looking. Just don’t go back down the escalator. Breakfast was underwhelming but food is available and free. Given Bangkok is usually cheap... this should have been much more much cheaper but you’re paying for the convenience of not having to go through customs and back through security the next day. I’d stay again.

The location is excellent if you stay in transit, staff are getting better. The airport announcements could be heard in our room. It is the only option to get some rest after a global flight in transit area when the lounges are closed.

Because this facility is within the International Terminal of Bangkok's Tribhuvan Airport, it allows transit travelers with long layovers to sleep and shower in small motel-like rooms with free breakfast in a spacious lounge area without having to go through security, and to resume their travel refreshed. The rooms are offered for a minimum of six hours, but additional hours can be purchased in two-hour blocks of time at check-in. Our shower was a bit dated, with an in-shower electric water heater activated when you turn the sigle faucet, but it worked fine. Louis's Tavern Transit Hotel is a bit hard tro find, at the end of a corridor on the 4th floor level of Concourse G, with few signs to aid you on your way to it. But airport information kiosks and counter personnel can direct you. You reach it by taking the big, glass-enclosed, tower-like elevator near departure Gate 48 up to the fourth floor and looking a bit or asking directions from there. Normally you will not have your baggage with you when you use such a facility, and if so, you should plan in advance to have personal items, a change of clothes perhaps, cosmetics and such things with you in your carry-on luggage, though basic amenities such as soap, shampoo and towels and wash cloths are provided. The beds are very comfortable. All-in-all it was a very pleasant, clean and comfortable service. The only alternative for showering and sleeping are the airline lounges, which restrict entry to business and first class passengers or members of alliance frequent-flyers clubs, and the sleeping rooms usually do not have en-suite showers, which are down the hall. So Louis' is the only mini-hotel open to all who are willing to pay the somewhat high rate.

Great place to stay if you have long connection and not what to leave air port pricy for what it is with a six hour stay but fine

Challenging to find (do not go through customs) but nice place to pass a mid-length layover

You have to double book the room if you are staying more than 6 hours. The fine print said 12 to 12 but it is 6 hours from the time you check in. Other than that, it was fine, 2 free water bottles and juice.

To start, we arrived at 10:30 pm and had a departure on a different airline at 5:30 the next morning. No one in the airport knew where the hotel was located and directed us outside security. The ticket counter for our next flight didn't open until 2:30 am, so we weren't able to go back. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR BOARDING PASS TO STAY HERE! It says this no where when looking at the hotel online. Next, the hotel staff never answered the phone. They gave us two twin beds despite booking and requesting a double bed. They were extremely rude and not helpful when asking about where to go through connecting flight areas. In addition, beds were EXTREMELY uncomfortable and the room was so loud I could just slept at the gate... we could hear every announcement in the terminal. The breakfast consisted of bread to toast, Cornflakes Cereal, and coffee or tea... This hotel was an overpriced and terrible experience and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone ever

Staff was extraordinarily rude and unprofessional. Room was loud- could hear every flight announcement. Reservation was for a regular stay. On arrival I was told they would only honor my reservation for 4 hours, and that I must pay an additional 247 USD if I want to stay 12 hours until my partner's flight left the next morning (mine was that night). Desk manager was extremely rude and unreasonable. Nothing like having "not my problem, call your agent!" Screeched at me over and over. I rarely write reviews but this experience was so bad that I want to warn others. Stay anywhere else.

4th Floor, International Departure Hall Bang Phli Samut Prakan

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa services
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Nong Prue, Miracle Transit Hotel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Marketland and within a 10-minute drive of The Paseo Mall. This 96-room, 3.5-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. It's centrally located in Bang Phli, connected to the airport,11.5 mi (18.5 km) from Huachiew Chalermprakiet University, and also 11.9 mi (19.1 km) from Suan Luang Rama IX Park.


Dining

In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 96 air-conditioned rooms feature free minibar items, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and 26-inch LED TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and bathrobes. Free bottled water, phones, and desks are also available.


Property features

Guests of Miracle Transit Hotel enjoy a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and spa treatment rooms. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include a computer station, a TV in a common area, and a hair salon.

Room options

Deluxe Room only for 6 hrs (09:00 A.M.-03:00 P.M.)

1 King Bed | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Room (10 Hours)

1 King Bed | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Room (12 Hours)

1 King Bed | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Room (8 Hours)

1 King Bed | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Miracle Transit Hotel

Everyone (6) Couples (3) Business (2) Other (1)
5
Everyone

By on Nov 25, 2019

3
Everyone

By on Aug 4, 2019

3
Everyone

By on Jun 5, 2019

1
Everyone

By on Jun 4, 2019

4

totally fine for 6 hrs.

Everyone

Room is totally fine for a short sleep and shower. Was expecting something scary. It was a very straightforward budget hotel. I thought it was larger (by a foot or two...) and nicer than the transit hotel in SIN (this has a window). Entrance is a little tricky to spot at first. It’s on the backside of the Miracle Transit Lounge down a long walkway on 4th floor of G concourse. A big sign is there if you’re looking. Just don’t go back down the escalator. Breakfast was underwhelming but food is available and free. Given Bangkok is usually cheap... this should have been much more much cheaper but you’re paying for the convenience of not having to go through customs and back through security the next day. I’d stay again.

By , from New York, NY on Aug 19, 2018

3

a convenient bed

Everyone

The location is excellent if you stay in transit, staff are getting better. The airport announcements could be heard in our room. It is the only option to get some rest after a global flight in transit area when the lounges are closed.

By on Jan 18, 2017

4

great convenience

Couples

Because this facility is within the International Terminal of Bangkok's Tribhuvan Airport, it allows transit travelers with long layovers to sleep and shower in small motel-like rooms with free breakfast in a spacious lounge area without having to go through security, and to resume their travel refreshed. The rooms are offered for a minimum of six hours, but additional hours can be purchased in two-hour blocks of time at check-in. Our shower was a bit dated, with an in-shower electric water heater activated when you turn the sigle faucet, but it worked fine. Louis's Tavern Transit Hotel is a bit hard tro find, at the end of a corridor on the 4th floor level of Concourse G, with few signs to aid you on your way to it. But airport information kiosks and counter personnel can direct you. You reach it by taking the big, glass-enclosed, tower-like elevator near departure Gate 48 up to the fourth floor and looking a bit or asking directions from there. Normally you will not have your baggage with you when you use such a facility, and if so, you should plan in advance to have personal items, a change of clothes perhaps, cosmetics and such things with you in your carry-on luggage, though basic amenities such as soap, shampoo and towels and wash cloths are provided. The beds are very comfortable. All-in-all it was a very pleasant, clean and comfortable service. The only alternative for showering and sleeping are the airline lounges, which restrict entry to business and first class passengers or members of alliance frequent-flyers clubs, and the sleeping rooms usually do not have en-suite showers, which are down the hall. So Louis' is the only mini-hotel open to all who are willing to pay the somewhat high rate.

By on Oct 9, 2015

4

just what we needed

Couples

Great place to stay if you have long connection and not what to leave air port pricy for what it is with a six hour stay but fine

By on Apr 10, 2015

4

transit hotel

Business

Challenging to find (do not go through customs) but nice place to pass a mid-length layover

By on Feb 9, 2015

4

6 hrs

Business

You have to double book the room if you are staying more than 6 hours. The fine print said 12 to 12 but it is 6 hours from the time you check in. Other than that, it was fine, 2 free water bottles and juice.

By on Nov 14, 2014

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