Adamaz House Bangkok
Adamaz House in Bangkok is a sweet little boutique hotel that’s down a dingy alley. I’ve said this before in my post about three days in Bangkok, yet I’ll say it again – so happy I book accommodations in advance. I trust reviews and I trust other bloggers.
The process of finding a hotel before you travel is easy – know where you want to stay (usually close to sights and the common back-packer area), read reviews, pick your top three and then decide as a group.
The Adamaz House in Bangkok is clean, cool (the air conditioning is great) and it comes with free breakfast and snacks – so awesome.
First, read some reviews from TripAdvisor and Booking – both have great contribution rates. Next, check out the hotels site; this is good to compare pictures of real guests versus what the site is advertising. It will give you a sense of their self perception (and whether or not they’re being tricky).
Click book and you’re all set.
Look how excited Bryce is to be walking down this alley – such a good sport.
Our room with two twin beds, just push them together and you’ll be all set if your a sweet couple like us.
A lot of room and some great space to do laundry. The one odd thing, the bathroom has a huge window, but it comes with blinds, which is good.
The pretty view.
Such a great little area to eat breakfast or have an afternoon snack.
Overall our stay at the Adamaz house was wonderful. Great staff, clean, not once did we mind walking up the 3 flights of stairs to our room (okay, maybe once, but not enough to complain about), and the location is spot on. Stay here if you’re in Bangkok and be sure to check out how to spend those three days. Thanks for stopping by!