|The reception. There are 3 lifts that go can very fast speed.|
Two computers for use.
Free wifi is available but for two devices only.
There is slight variation for the cooked food. Bread, pastries, fruits and fruit juices are available.
The plus point is the bread and coffee can be packed to be eaten in your room or while walking to the train station
|I stayed on 21st floor. The view from my room|
|Night view from my room|
The housekeeping was extremely neat. She placed my items neatly and even folded my clothes and arranged them nicely.
|The lobby and corridor.|
They have vending machines for people who need a midnight snacks.
A trolley and also bellboy (security guards) who will helped you call for taxi and carry your luggage.
|The view from the entrance of holiday inn express.|
Lud b is more of a hostel. I book a bed at the dormitory and also a ensuite room.
Free wifi but limited to 1 per pax.
I don't really like the staff, i asked the staff for help to make a phone call to book a massage. The person said they can't do that for me. I asked for the cost of using the public phone and he told be something like 20baht.
You expect me to pay like s$0.80 for a local phone call at a public phone. They were not very friendly to me and my friends.
There is no lifts.
The ensuite room has two small cubicles, one for bathing and one for toilet business.
The sink is outside of the two cubicles, the water will spill out at times and the room is a bit small.
Their concept is interesting with facilities like movie room, washing machines and cute slogans but holiday inn express is more value for money as they provide breakfast.
|PAthuwan Princess. Welcome drink and big and nice reception. The lift is much slower than Holiday Inn express.|