The first major lively trade district of its kind in Siam was once located here along Chao Phraya River. And from that time on, it still continues its rich legacy until today. The Legendary Charoenkrung is one of the main roads in the heart of Bangkok today, which runs roughly in parallel to the river. “Charoen Krung Road” literally means the “Road of the Prosperous City.”

Being today one of Bangkok’s modern and ever-bustling business centres, the streets here are never short of liveliness and captivating sights and smells, with strings of street food vendors, restaurants and malls featured throughout the street. With a relaxing stroll down, visitors can find themselves bouncing along all the historical-cultural threads that weave this fascinating part of the city. And with just a short walk from the hotel to the BTS Saphan Taksin, this makes Bangkok’s most popular destinations including Silom, Siam, Chidlom, and China Town much easily accessible.


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Welcome to Hotel Once Bangkok. We’re always glad to meet you with relaxing atmosphere only for the elite.

Address :  2074/99 Charoenkrung RD Soi 72/2, Wat Phrayakrai,

          Bangkorlaem,Bangkok 10120, Thailand

 Phone :  +66-2688-2596

Email : Info@hotelonce.com

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Asiatique the Riverfront

   Asiatique the Riverfront once a dilapidated dockyard with old warehouses is now a lively, upscale night bazaar. With its success in combining the historical and cultural traces and elements from the past and the one-of-its-kind Thai contemporary night market experience, with eatery and entertainment varieties aplenty, Asiatique earns itself a must-go attraction spot in Bangkok that is appealing to both local Thais and tourists from all over the world.

Tha Maharaj

   Tha Maharaj with its own express boat pier, serves as gateway to its surrounding traditional and cultural landmarks of the old Bangkok that includes a number of the must-see sights in Bangkok including Grand Palace (and the adjacent temple of Emerald Buddha, Wat Po (Temple of Reclining Buddha), National Museum and Art Galleries. The community mall itself is the open mall that will serve as the cooling spot for a much need break, right before or after roaming around the open grounds of Isle of Rattanakosin.

Yodpiman River Walk

   Yodpiman River Walk is a unique lifestyle mall with a focus on a heritage theme inspired by the architecture of the Ayutthaya period. A fine place to enjoy the cool breeze in a late afternoon, with a wide riverside promenade featuring sounvenir shops as well a wide variety of restaurants with spectacular river views! What’s more, you could choose to venture on a candlelit dinner-on-cruise with one of the best providers of Chao Praya River Cruising Ship which leaves right here at the pier on the riverfront of the mall or go for a walk in the Flower Market, situated nearby. Express boats also stop here.