Nantra de Comfort2.5 out of 5.0
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This is a short walk to the skytrain and to bars/pubs.
I recently returned to Bangkok for a 3 month stay. I had read mixed reviews online about the Nantra de Comfort hotel, but having some familiarity with the Thonglor area (which is nice) and noticing that the price included an inexpensive option for breakfast, I decided to book a short trial stay. I opted for the budget room, so I can't really comment on the other types of rooms. Pros: 1) Breakfast is served between 7 and 10 am. Coffee and water seem to be available 24/7, though I didn't avail myself of this. 2) The hotel is in the middle of things just off a busy street. You can easily walk to and from the BTS, even with your bags. (I did so twice with two large rolling bags.) 3) It has a nice TV in the room, if that's your thing. I rarely turn the TV on, even during a long stay. Cons: 1) The room is so small as to be claustrophobic. With the exception of the little nook where the bed is placed, the room is less wide than the length of the bed. 2) There is no closet, only a small bar by the bed to hang clothes. I would say it is perhaps 2 feet (60 cm) wide. There is no dresser so you are forced to live from your suitcases. And unfortunately, there is no floor space for your suitcases. 3) The aircon, which is cold, is located at the foot of the bed, so it's blowing in your face all night. I didn't like this, and solved this problem by reversing my bedding so that my head was under the aircon and it was blowing on my (covered) feet. 4) The toilet seat was broken, so that you had to sit v-e-r-y c-a-r-e-f-u-l-l-y to avoid sliding off onto the floor. 5) The towel rack was broken, so whenever you used it, it would fall apart. It could be manually fixed, but every time you removed your towel, it would fall apart again. 6) There is no window in the room--except in the bathroom. Be careful leaving that one open, however, as mosquitoes will join you in your room. 7) The walls need repainting. Now outside the room 8) The breakfast is only toast and cereal and fruit coffee, tea and water. The first day I woke early and went down thinking breakfast started at 6 am rather than 7 am. I sat down at a table to wait and watched them finish setting up the breakfast before 6:30. No other activity before 7, but I had to wait. (Though I didn't ask if I could start early. However, the receptionist also didn't invite me to go ahead and start.) 9) The receptionists don't speak much English and haven't been properly trained in customer service. When I checked in, they gave me two key cards, but didn't tell me what they were for, so I had to try to figure it out for myself. (One gets in into the separate budget building and your room. The other enables the electricity in your room.) I tried to figure out who the "target audience" is for this hotel. I decided that for backpackers, this would be a perfectly fine upgrade from a hostel. For most people, however, there are better options out there.
Good short stay on Thonglor. Short walk to lively Thonglor restaurants. Internet worked well and breakfast was good, in a small, but cute room.
our room was clean and neat, private bathroom A/C . It is close to the sky train, about 5 min walk. Even though it's is not in the so called touristy area we loved it. Taxi is cheap anyways. We ate right here on our street the food vendors are great. Staff doesn't really speak Englishman but they are friendly. We found it a great value deal for those who like to have a clean a quite place .
When I arrived, the Internet was not available - as a business traveller, stable Internet is a must, thankfully I was able to borrow WiFi from somewhere nearby and the day was saved. The hotel is located in an alley, helps with the noise from the street but the views are not spectacular.
the place was ok. clean and quiet. but the location was about 15-20mins walk from thonglo BTS station not far from siam area but miles away from khaosan.no much things to enjoy near neiborhood and breakfast was pretty poor. only bread, juice, milk,jam and tea was on the first floor, it was self service.
Located in Bangkok Central Business District, Nantra de Comfort is within 2 miles (3 km) of sights such as EmQuartier and Bangkok University. This 29-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a computer station, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Located in central Bangkok, the hotel is also near Lumpini Park and Pratunam Market.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM.
All 29 air-conditioned rooms provide free bottled water, phones, and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and plasma TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.
Nantra de Comfort features free WiFi in public areas and a computer station. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations.