Deluxe Twin Room, Ensuite, City View
THE MYTH-SUD SATHORN
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Too close to heavy traffic bridge.
Can not sleep
This is a Charming family-run Hotel. English friendly and very helpful with finding things in the neighborhod and such. Clean, orderly, recently remodeled - I liked it a lot. Actually moved to this hotel from a larger Hotel 300 feet away. The other Hotel had mold/air quality issues with their air conditioning which was in all three rooms of our group and many immediately came down with sore throats and respitory complaints - classic stuff you see in various hotel reviews in Thailand. The Myth-Sud was great! One day/night and I was back to normal. Many of my friends went home sick on the plane. Only thing someone might consider is road noise. The rooms do face the road but I felt it more like white noise. They do provide ear plugs on your pillow like mints. So if you're super sensitive maybe it's not the right choice.
While the Sathorn area is the only place I stayed both times in Bangkok, I enjoyed it. Price wise it's a little less than other areas and this hotel in particular was a straight shot to the BTS and Sathorn Pier/water Taxis (5 minutes) which are a good ways to get around, as well as tuktuks.
I would definitely stay there again. The price is right and the people are great. As I checked out at 3:30 am I don't know about the breakfast but I'm sure it's just fine. Just remember none of these hotels, at any price point, are our western style Hyatt Hilton Marriott - and that's the point of travel anyway, isn't it?!
Great staff, hotel is an ideal location.
The hotel is close to the markets. Sky train stqion is close by. Also close to the jetty for water taxis. I could nit emphasise how cobvenient that is. The staff is great, the hotel has a unique personality to it. The staff are brilliant. Overall, id highly recommend it.
The Myth of Sud Sathorn Lives
I wanted to spend my time and money out and about, and stay someplace modest, comfortable, that we could get to from the airport, and explore the city from, either by train or boat, avoiding where possible Bangkok’s notorious traffic and taxies. My preferences were greatly influenced by a New York Times article “Bangkok’s River of Kings,” which was sub-titled: Bangkok’s long-neglected river is returning to its glory days — and remains the heart of the city. A must read about the significance of the Chao Phraya River.
The hotel is within several blocks of both the BTS Skytrain station and the Central Sathorn pier, which is the departure dock for all points on the bustling Chao Phraya River. For five days, we ruled the city by rail and river, never walking more than a couple of blocks from our home away from home.
After completing your booking, the first confirmation that you have made the right choice comes from a personal Email from “Jib,” a real person and apparently the guiding light of The Myth vision. The personal welcome message includes detailed local information describing and illustrating with photographs and maps how to make your way from all points to your destination at The Myth. Its entry is so modest and unassuming that you well might miss it without such careful instructions. They ask about your plans, and gladly offer suggestions for your day. They volunteered to make reservations and even researched requests for special holiday observances.
THE MYTH-SUD SATHORN