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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Ibis Nana Bangkok Hotel

The Ibis Nana Hotel Bangkok is not the only guest friendly hotels on Sukhumvit Soi 4. But it's certainly one of the cleanest and most affordable hotel to stay in Nana red light district. It's a big hotel with about 200 rooms and still quite new looking for a hotel that's 4 years old.

The Ibis is a good quality hotel and I'd give it 2 stars only. The reason being that it's a very minimal hotel. There is no swimming pool and no gym. There is free internet Wi-Fi though and does count for something.

The rooms at the property are simple and nothing fancy. What I mean is that there are no suite rooms or deluxe or any other fancy room description with inflated rates.

There are only 2 room types; standard with one double bed and standard with 2 twin beds. And that's all.

As I mentioned before, the Ibis is a simple hotel with clean rooms. The rooms sizes are around 24 square meters. And they are your basic utility rooms with a space to hang your clothes, flat screen television, room safe, air con and a few odds and ends to make guests feel comfortable.


The Ibis is easy to find. Nana Entertainment Plaza's go go bars are about a 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel so the Ibis would be a great place to take a bar girl or freelancer back for short time. And there are a lot of freelancers lurking between NEP and down to the Ibis Nana on Suk Soi 4 when the sun goes down.


This is a recommended hotel for those who don't want to spend too much. Normally a room at Ibis cost around 1500THB per night, which is still worth it. However, as of writing you can get a room there for around 1000THB with taxes included through Agoda.com. I'm not sure how many rooms are available at that discount rate but it's safe to assume it will be limited.

The Ibis is a confirmed guest friendly hotel and below is an email from the hotel for your reference:
Dear Jim,

Thank you very much for your interest in the Ibis Nana Hotel Bangkok.

We do not charge for joiner visiting our guests. However, the joiner must have a valid I.D. We will keep the I.D. card and return it after having checked with the guest that everything is satisfactory.
Regards,
Watiwichai S.
Ibis Reservation Team

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