REVIEW

The Bhuthorn

By , Friday, Jun 1, 2012, 12:00 AM

The Bhuthorn

About this Hotel

Price From $102

Far from the city's high-rises in a 104-year-old shop house, The Bhuthorn channels Bangkok's royal past. The three jasmine-scented rooms are all named for a different Thai prince (the Grand Palace is a five-minute walk away) and filled with treasures from the owners' travels across Southeast Asia: Burmese teak beds, quilts stitched from sarongs, woven rattan chaises. Afternoon tea is served in the leafy courtyard and is usually capped off with an assortment of traditional sweets gathered from family-owned shops in Old Town, the surrounding neighborhood.