Bangkok-Noi is an old community in Bangkok with a long historic story dating back to the Ayutthaya and Thonburi eras. The Bangkok-Noi area was set as one part of the city wall surrounding the capital Thonburi during the Thonburi era. The Bangkok-Noi canal was formerly the Chao Phraya river, however to improve the river route to better serve commercial logistics, King Chairajathiraj (B.C.2077-2089) rerouted the river in order to create a short-cut. Years passed by, the river became a canal through time due to the change of river flows and tide.
Our CHANN is welcoming you to explore warm exotic living by the river where an unwind moment is at your reach.
It is not about having time, it is about making time and always finding time for the things that make you feel 'SIMPLY AT EASE'.
We believe that the best portion of your life is the nameless moment.
In Thai, CHANN, means wooden walkway, terrace or porch connecting outdoor area and the house. Therefore, CHANN plays a leading role in connecting people and inviting guests to explore each area to experience a simply-at-ease mode during your stay at our Bangkok riverside hotel.
At CHANN, we have allocated the space horizontally into three main zone. The first part is from the riverfront to the drop off area as a social space where our wooden deck is welcoming you. The second part is the area of accommodation with exclusive privacy for guests. The last part is for our team to get themselves actively ready to serve guests.
The buildings are partially renovated from old wooden houses and newly-built buildings connected to each other by the wooden walkway or CHANN. Each building has two stories consisting of guests' rooms, common space and a courtyard.
There are 18 superior and deluxe rooms and four special suites at our Bangkok Noi hotel. Most of our accommodation is designed under the concept of 'SIMPLY AT EASE' where the designers have developed their ideas in order to create the warm ambiance of a local house along the river. Space allocation is set to maximize the precious natural elements of the location i.e. the river and the wind as well as a valuable history of the surrounding area.