Hotel Name: Vinary Hotel Sukhumvit.
Address: 392/42-46 Sukhumvit 20, Bangkok, Thailand.
I stayed at the Vinary Hotel Sukhumvit in Bangkok. I booked online at the rate of $17.65 USD per night, and I booked it for its price and location in Bangkok. The Vinary Hotel Sukhumvit is a 3-star hotel not far from the Asok interchange, so this was a great deal for a hotel in this location.
When I booked the hotel I checked the maps to make sure it was near a station, and this hotel is near the Asok BTS and Sukhumvit MRT stations. What I didn’t check was where exactly the hotel was. Even though I know this area well, I still get confused by the Sukhumvit Road numbering system. I just saw Sukhimvit 20 on my booking and headed there. The actual address is in an alley off Sukhumvit Road, which then connects to Sukhumvit 20. That sounds complicated, but if you mark the address on the map first, then it is glaringly obvious where it is once you find it.
After walking around I realised I knew what alley it was in. The Vinary Hotel Sukhumvit is in a small alley with some other bars and hotels. There is no through car traffic, so it is fairly quiet.
My booking said either Superior Double or Twin Room. I ended up with a Superior Double room. The bed was comfortable and the room was spacious enough considering that the hotel is in a small alley.
The small table and chair set was still suitable enough for working comfortably.I had no problem with the wifi during my stay here. The room had air conditioning but no fan option.
A very basic amenities kit of free water and instant coffee.
The bathroom was small but it was kept in good condition.
I always make sure to book a room with a window, though that is never a guarantee if you get some kind of view. My window had a view to the outside world, but it was set far back into the building so it was mainly for the natural light.
Overall this was a good place to stay in Bangkok if you are looking for a budget hotel that is centrally located on Sukhumvit Road.