iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2 Bangkok Review

iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2 Bangkok Review

iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2 Review

I stayed at the iCheck Inn Soi 2, Bangkok for 14 nights and had a great time.

I’ve been sleeping on my ultralight travel mat for the previous weeks, so sleeping on an actual bed again was something different. Having booked in at a different hotel close by a few of years ago and also know a couple of friends living in the area. The location and price were the primary factor for me choosing the iCheck Inn, and I’m happy I stayed there.

The price paid per night via Agoda offered good value for the Sukhumvit area. I stayed in room 703, which was spacious and included a Microwave, fridge, TV, safe, some furniture, and a bed.

iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2 Review

iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2 Review

The air conditioning was spot and will blow as cold as your need it to.

Also, the view from the balcony is of the dead-end road below, and not many cars drive all the way to the end, ensuring a quiet night’s sleep. Room service cleaned the room daily and provided 2 x bottles of water and toiletries for the bathroom.

A nice additional feature is they have a pool table and coffee machine that is free to use on the second floor.

The iCheck Inn has a tuk-tuk service that takes you to the end of the street every 30 minutes, and they have a cafe serving meals, but I didn’t use it due to how good & cheap the local street food is.

 

Location

Accommodation In Bangkok

Need a room in Bangkok? I stayed at iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2, but if you want to save money check out these places:

Amazing HouseBluefin GuesthouseBaan Khun Mae ApartmentBuongiorno GuesthouseKhaosan River Inn Hostel

Things To Do In Bangkok

Some places I visited in Bangkok:

Wat Pho TempleWat Arun TempleThe Grand PalaceChatuchak Weekend Market

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Barry Sproston

Barry is a traveller and expat who spends most of his time between Asia and Australia. He has spent 12 months training at a Gung Fu school learning Wing Chun. Explored the island of Taiwan by scooter more than once. Been tricked into eating raw horse meat sushi in Japan. Even tried to overcome the fear of heights by bungee jumping in Thailand. One day he plans to open a guesthouse.


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