, right in the heart of the preserved old town Bangkok, stands a small simply elegant place named Passing through its front door, you will let you step back in time to experience Bangkok as it used to be in the past era. The building itself has been registered to the Fine Art Department since 1999. The Bhuthorn, a century-old shophouse, offers 3 guestrooms each decorated in their own individual characteristics. Use of Thai fabrics, antique furniture, age-old wooden floor and rattan accents help to create a colonial atmosphere while maintaining guests’ utmost comfort.

          Situated in the privileged location of  Bangkok's historic district, there are numerous attractions worth visiting just a walking distance away. Just a few steps from its door, is the Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha. Golden Mountain, National Museum, Temple of Reclining Buddha, and Khao San Road are minutes away.

       are both architects who through their vast travels have learnt to appreciate the distinctive charms of people and stories of places. The Bhuthorn is the final line of their professional and travel experiences. The ultimate objective of creating this place is to perfectly fulfill your needs and to make your historical stay in Bangkok your most memorable.