Max One House, Don Muang
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Max One House

Don Muang

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kathryn a
16 Nov 2014 - Pasangan
This hotel is named max-one as that is the absolute maximum amount of time (if any) you should stay at this establishment. While it may seem like a good idea because it's "cheap"..."close to the airport for your morning flight"..."you want to save $$ for your actual destination" .....a sleepless night with waking nightmares is what you will get. Let me set the scene: A sizable, yet windowless room. The bed had bizarre coverings on it- I cocooned myself inside my sleep sack - my boyfriend slept on top of two towels and used my scarf as a blanket. Miscellaneous hairs scattered about - one we determined to be a pig's hair? A juicy black pubic hair in the bathroom sink. A very strange vibe- like bad things could have happened in that room- which probably did. **just for the record we are not total divas about where we stay --this was just a creepy and scary hotel. To also be fair- There was A/C - a win for max-one And some pretty tasty street food around the corner.
crachel93
10 Mar 2016 - Wisata sendiri
This place was absolutely fine for me despite all the bad reviews, no bugs and bed was clean. However something about it did make me feel uneasy. The night potter was very friendly and helpful but he met me in the airport on my way to another hotel and suggested this one. He got in the taxi with me and although everything was legit, it just felt dodgy. I slept with my door locked and bolted. However for one night before a flight this is so much cheaper than any other hotel and super easy to get a taxi from.
Peter G
22 Sep 2018 - Wisata sendiri
I stayed here a night after my flight to Bangkok . The taxi driver had difficulties finding the place . Pros-friendly staff, location Cons - no window in room, cleanliness All in all good value for money.
DiceyEye
06 Jan 2017 - Wisata sendiri
I travel from Yangon to Bangkok every 70 days due to Myanmar visa dictates that foreigners are required to exit the country in that time frame. I normally use the economy airlines like Thai Lion Air, Nok Air or Air Asia to save a few bucks. All the economy airlines that I’m aware of fly out of Dom Muang Airport. Therefore I’ve tried a number of budget hotels/guesthouses in the vicinity of the airport. One guesthouse only a 10 minute taxi ride from the terminal I find very suitable for my over-night in transit lodging is: “Max One House”on Chang A-kath Uthith Road. “Max” is a meat-and-potatoes sort of place. Nothing fancy though does have all the amenities travelers look for and expect: air-con, cable TV, hot water shower plus phenomenal WiFi. The front Desk personnel are gracious and cheerful in rounding up a cheapo taxi to the airport (mine cost 51 baht). There is plenty of fast food, all night eateries surrounding “Max” so if you get the munchies late at night it’s just a few steps to satiate your rumbling tummy. Two minuses are: the air freshener used is somewhat overwhelming and a scarcity of electrical outlets. I find the scarcity of outlets in rooms all over South East Asia; from 2 Star to 4 Stars lodging so I always travel with an extension cord with four sockets to fill my “juice” needs. All in all an OK place to stay; nothing to write home about but semi-clean (not meticulously clean, but tolerable for a old, funky place), convenient and courteous staff. I stay there every 70 days on my visa run and haven’t encountered any “creepy” problems.
WorthyGo
08 Nov 2014 - Pasangan
We checked in for a single night seeking a place close to Don Mueang Airport. (protip, people: it's closer to 'Moong' than 'Moo-ang'). It looked walkable from DMK - I can tell you it is in fact walkable. It's a rough, unsidewalked, 2+ km walk however - definitely better to take a cheap taxi. The receptionist / would-be security fumbled through 3 papers for nearly 5 minutes before finally handing over a key. It's a large room, to be sure - perhaps an old apartment building? - with a decent queen-sized bed. Cable worked, fridge worked, didn't bother with the wi-fi as we both had SIM cards. A leak near dead-center in the room brought what might've been a three-star review down to 1 1/2 stars (pushed up to two since TA doesn't do halves)... If your main goal is to stick close to DMK, do one of two things - stay somewhere that's connected to the airport (the Amari is across the street via pedestrian overpass), or stay in town close to the Chatuchak Park / Mo Chit area to catch the Airport Express (A1). I wouldn't stay here again.
Lokasi
77 Moo 4, Chang Akat Uthit Rd, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Bangkok, TH
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Waktu check-in:
14:00
Waktu check-out:
12:00
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Di mana alamat Max One House?
Max One House beralamat di 77 Moo 4, Chang Akat Uthit Rd, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Bangkok, TH
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Max One House?
Waktu untuk check-in di Max One House adalah mulai dari pukul 14:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 12:00
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Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
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  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
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2.0
Dari 26 review
Kebersihan
2.0
Kamar
2.0
Lokasi
2.5
Layanan
2.5
Nilai
2.5
Pasangan
7
Keluarga
4
Wisata sendiri
6
Berlibur dengan teman
2
Bisnis
0
kathryn a
16 Nov 2014 - Pasangan
This hotel is named max-one as that is the absolute maximum amount of time (if any) you should stay at this establishment. While it may seem like a good idea because it's "cheap"..."close to the airport for your morning flight"..."you want to save $$ for your actual destination" .....a sleepless night with waking nightmares is what you will get. Let me set the scene: A sizable, yet windowless room. The bed had bizarre coverings on it- I cocooned myself inside my sleep sack - my boyfriend slept on top of two towels and used my scarf as a blanket. Miscellaneous hairs scattered about - one we determined to be a pig's hair? A juicy black pubic hair in the bathroom sink. A very strange vibe- like bad things could have happened in that room- which probably did. **just for the record we are not total divas about where we stay --this was just a creepy and scary hotel. To also be fair- There was A/C - a win for max-one And some pretty tasty street food around the corner.
crachel93
10 Mar 2016 - Wisata sendiri
This place was absolutely fine for me despite all the bad reviews, no bugs and bed was clean. However something about it did make me feel uneasy. The night potter was very friendly and helpful but he met me in the airport on my way to another hotel and suggested this one. He got in the taxi with me and although everything was legit, it just felt dodgy. I slept with my door locked and bolted. However for one night before a flight this is so much cheaper than any other hotel and super easy to get a taxi from.
Peter G
22 Sep 2018 - Wisata sendiri
I stayed here a night after my flight to Bangkok . The taxi driver had difficulties finding the place . Pros-friendly staff, location Cons - no window in room, cleanliness All in all good value for money.
DiceyEye
06 Jan 2017 - Wisata sendiri
I travel from Yangon to Bangkok every 70 days due to Myanmar visa dictates that foreigners are required to exit the country in that time frame. I normally use the economy airlines like Thai Lion Air, Nok Air or Air Asia to save a few bucks. All the economy airlines that I’m aware of fly out of Dom Muang Airport. Therefore I’ve tried a number of budget hotels/guesthouses in the vicinity of the airport. One guesthouse only a 10 minute taxi ride from the terminal I find very suitable for my over-night in transit lodging is: “Max One House”on Chang A-kath Uthith Road. “Max” is a meat-and-potatoes sort of place. Nothing fancy though does have all the amenities travelers look for and expect: air-con, cable TV, hot water shower plus phenomenal WiFi. The front Desk personnel are gracious and cheerful in rounding up a cheapo taxi to the airport (mine cost 51 baht). There is plenty of fast food, all night eateries surrounding “Max” so if you get the munchies late at night it’s just a few steps to satiate your rumbling tummy. Two minuses are: the air freshener used is somewhat overwhelming and a scarcity of electrical outlets. I find the scarcity of outlets in rooms all over South East Asia; from 2 Star to 4 Stars lodging so I always travel with an extension cord with four sockets to fill my “juice” needs. All in all an OK place to stay; nothing to write home about but semi-clean (not meticulously clean, but tolerable for a old, funky place), convenient and courteous staff. I stay there every 70 days on my visa run and haven’t encountered any “creepy” problems.
WorthyGo
08 Nov 2014 - Pasangan
We checked in for a single night seeking a place close to Don Mueang Airport. (protip, people: it's closer to 'Moong' than 'Moo-ang'). It looked walkable from DMK - I can tell you it is in fact walkable. It's a rough, unsidewalked, 2+ km walk however - definitely better to take a cheap taxi. The receptionist / would-be security fumbled through 3 papers for nearly 5 minutes before finally handing over a key. It's a large room, to be sure - perhaps an old apartment building? - with a decent queen-sized bed. Cable worked, fridge worked, didn't bother with the wi-fi as we both had SIM cards. A leak near dead-center in the room brought what might've been a three-star review down to 1 1/2 stars (pushed up to two since TA doesn't do halves)... If your main goal is to stick close to DMK, do one of two things - stay somewhere that's connected to the airport (the Amari is across the street via pedestrian overpass), or stay in town close to the Chatuchak Park / Mo Chit area to catch the Airport Express (A1). I wouldn't stay here again.
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