Our rooms are named after olden day flowers that are separated into 2 kinds. The first one is general ancient flowers (Nuanchan and Nuantong) and the last one is flowers used in the Royal Ceremony (Darapunnarai, Napaproud, Chalongkwan, Malika and Kaewjaojorm). You will notice different details from our room photos such as a bay window with cushions, a balcony with cosy weave chair. We hope you will enjoy our boutique hotel in Silom and more little details that may surprise you when you see it with your own eyes during your stay!
(Note: Room no.1 and no.2 are located on the first floor and may not suitable for a light sleeper.)
Kaewjaojorm, named after a historic tree species and quite a rare tree from East Indies. King Chulalongkorn brought this tree, Kaewjaojorm, back from Java (Indonesia) when he went on a trip in 1870.
Malika is the name of a tropical lily with double deep purple petals and green pads, also known as ‘King of Siam’. This room features a wooden queen size bed along with shower room and bay window.
Chalongkwan is the name of a tropical lily with double deep purple petals and green pads, also known as ‘King of Siam’. This room features a wooden queen size bed along with shower room and bay window.
Napaproud, named after a kind of tropical water lily, is perfect to accommodate a couple or friends offering a private shower room and balcony.
Darapunnarai, named after a Purple Passion Flower known as Lavender Lady, is a vigorous evergreen climber with dusky lavender flower and fragrant blooms with an exotic shape. Darapunnarai is perfect to accommodate a…
Nuantong, named after a kind of banana leaf which use for decoration in mostly Thai tradition from the past, is a wooden queen size bed suit for a couple or close friends. Also you can see our garden scenery through your windows.
Nuanchan, named after a kind of pale yellow lotus in the pass, is perfect to accommodate honeymoon couple offering a wonderfully comfortable. Nuanchan features a wooden queen size bed, handcrafted furnishings,…