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The Bhuthorn

Occupying two century-old shophouses on a village-like square near the Grand Palace, the Bhuthorn is the result of four years of renovation by Bangkok architects Chitlada and Direk Senghluang.
96–98 Phraeng Bhuthorn Road, Bangkok, Thailand

The Overview

The heritage-listed building has been converted into three guest rooms, a library and a café that are filled with Arabesque prints, old bowls, and antique photographs and furniture. Rooms come with flat-screen TVs, DVD players and free Wi-Fi as well as a deeply satisfying attention to detail. Service is bed-and-breakfast–style attentive—nothing is too much trouble. This area is full of delicious Thai food: try Nátthàphawn, right next door, for coconut ice cream with fresh beans and nuts, and the legendary Chote Chitr for amazing winged bean salad.

Tel: +66 2 622 2270



Published on Apr 2, 2010

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