The Kloem Hostel in the heart of Thailand is the ideal home base for budget-conscious international travelers who may not otherwise consider sharing sleeping space and common areas with other friendly travelers. With an atmosphere that hides visitors from the scorching bustle of Bangkok’s busy streets, a day at Kloem is a day of relaxing tranquility that will let you truly unwind in a traditional Thai house that’s becoming extinct as urbanization replaces historic buildings.
The spectacularly renovated building features all of the modern amenities and style you’d expect from a much more expensive hotel, including services like fresh local breakfast, a comfortable bed that’s decorated to your personal style, Tuk Tuk services to get around town, free WiFi, laundry, entertainment, and luggage storage for early check-in or late check-out. Perhaps the most appealing portion of this space is the beautiful garden that’s home to two Malay rose apple trees, which produce bright pink rose-apple pollen, and litter the ground in a carpet of color.
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