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Moonite, A Great Hotel In Bangkok

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For a delightful yet affordable stay in Bangkok, I would highly recommend Moonite Boutique Hotel. For about US$60 per night including a delicious breakfast that will make you stay at the hotel longer than you should, this property that opened about eight months ago, is an enjoyable place to stay. A friendly staff and free Wi-Fi makes Moonite Boutique a winner in my book.

Located on Wireless Rd near the Swiss Embassy, Moonite is also within walking distance of the Chid Lom Skytrain Station and also provides easy access to the canal boats.

For a special treat, while no one is looking, steal a piece of the toast from beneath the crispy done right bacon strips. I promise it will be the best toast you will ever taste or I'll eat a bug.

Moonite Boutique Hotel: www.themoonite.com/contact.asp

Pictures:http://youtu.be/hwgwAFEBt3k

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