Monday, January 4, 2010

Bangkok (5) P2 Boutique Hotel

Bangkok (4) The drive to the hotel

Day 1: Tuesday, December 29 2009

Situated on Petchburi Road in Pratunam Area, P2 Boutique Hotel is a fine accommodation to spend a few nights. The price is very reasonable (1, 529 Baht / Approx $46 US) per night. Breakfast is included. If you stay for three nights, they will provide airport transfers. If you stay for four or more nights, you can also join a tour for free. Best of all, there's free Wi-Fi in the rooms :-)


The staff were friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel is near to shopping malls. On the first day, I walked on my own, but the traffic and scooters frightened me a lot, so I just took cabs everywhere.More on that in the next few blogs. This hotel is fairly new (about 2 years old) so everything looks very new, modern and clean-cut. I can be fussy when it comes to hotel accommodation, but I'll recommend this place!

 The lobby

 
Festive vibe


 
 Reception Desk

 
 Neat & clean room

 
 Just the essentials

 

 
I used this for my netbook

 
 Bathroom

 
 Shower was comfortable and easy to use

 
 View from my window. I kept my curtains drawn at all times!

 

 The restaurant area - breakfast was included in the price.
I only had breakfast on the first day.


 

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow looks nice ^^
I just discovered your blog today,through a article related to racism in South Korea.
I just have a doubt (hope I'm not bothering) I know that there are lot of "white" people in Korea working as English teachers.My doubt is,is there any racism/prejudice if a 'white' person wants a job that's not a teacher one?
Because I'm european(from Portugal) and I was planning on going to live to S.Korea but I'm very afraid of the racism and if they just would want me to teach English :/

I hope I'm not bothering you with this (long) question,sorry ^^''

I'll follow your blog,it seems very interesting,also to get a 'insight' of how's life in S.Korea(:

Anonymous said...

I always love how you document your travels... can't wait to see more on it!

Sheetal said...

MINSU:

Thank you for visiting my blog ^^ Since I'm not "white", I'm sorry I can't answer your question about prejudice in Korea. There are many people here of all races doing all kinds of jobs - not only teaching.

I often write about life in Korea, so be sure to visit again~!

Thanks, Sheetal*

Sheetal said...

KENT:

Thanks!

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