Nantra Sukhumvit 39

I’m trying to find a cheaper and better place to stay but I think I have to give up already because there isn’t any hotel better than The Green Bells Onnut hotel. I’ve search through the internet and I went to a few hotels to check out the locations, rate and cleanliness. Today, I’m going to write a review about Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel.

How to go Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel

Nantra Sukhumvit 39

Bangkok Skytrain Map Phrom Phong

How to go to Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel? It is located around Phrom Phong BTS Station. Take BTS SkyTrain Sukhumvit Line Phrom Phong Station (E5), take Exit 1, and make a U-turn. Look for signboards written “Newsong Bangkok Church“, “Banphaeo Hospital” and “The Four Wings Hotel“. Turn left and walk straight till the end, towards “Watpo Massage School“. Turn left again and you will see Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel.

How to go to Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel

How to go to Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel

Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel Rate

The rate they gave me isn’t the same stated on the website. Perhaps, the rate is different if you book online. Deposit is half of the rate. Example, Deluxe room 28,000 baht per month, deposit will be 14,000 baht. Fee paid included breakfast, water, electric and cleaning.

Room Type Price/Night Price/Week Price/Month
Economy 899 5,500 20,000
Standard 1,299 7,500 25,000
Deluxe 1,399 8,500 28,000
Deluxe Garden 1,399 9,000 29,000
Family 2,000 11,000 35,000

Remarks:

  • Coffee Shop serving you Continental breakfast, high speed Wi-Fi internet
  • Business Center providing facsimile, long distance call
  • Check in time after 2pm. Check out time 12pm
  • Extra person sharing bed 500 baht
  • Laundry service/ dry cleaning/ hair dryer on request
  • Electronic safe
  • 32 inches LCD scene it by remote controlled television
  • Non-smoking room
  • Reservation call 02 6625957 or book through Agoda
  • Website: www.nantrahotels.com

Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel Review

Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel

There are a few reasons that I wouldn’t choose Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel. First of all, the rate is higher than “The Green Bells Onnut”. The price per month for standard room is 25,000 baht, though everything is included, it’s still considered expensive. I think maybe cause by its location, a place that has a large concentration of Japanese and Korean expatriates.

The standard room of “Nantra Sukhumvit 39” (as shown above) is smaller than the standard room of “The Green Bells Onnut” and there is no bathtub in the bathroom. The size of the deluxe room of “Nantra Sukhumvit 39” is the same as the standard room of “The Green Bells Onnut” but the rate is much higher. No swimming pool. Most importantly, I didn’t feel warm and cozy when I was looking around there. Not like in The Green Bells.

This entry was written based on my personal experience and opinion. You may have to check it out yourself there. My rules of travelling #1: “Spend the least, enjoy the most!”

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