Discover a unique hotel from our heritage to contemporary modern design surroundings in the heart of the old city of Bangkok.
Nanda Heritage Hotel welcomes you in an atmosphere charmingly, inspired by our ancestor European-style teak house built in 1920.
Situated near Wisut Kasat intersection, within conveniently reachable distance to Bangkok’s renowned attractions, Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha temple, Wat Pho, Wat Saket, Rajadamnern Boxing Stadium, Giant wing, Tha Phra Athit road and Khao San road just to name a few. This 55 rooms Thailand boutique hotel provides peace and tranquility within the hotel compound, convenience visitation to tourist attractions during the day and a short stroll away to the exciting night life at Khao San road in the late evening.
Faithful to its heritage. Nanda features original teak wood from the old house to live again in many parts of the hotel. Our classic Western Oriental hotel and friendly attentive Thai staff, offer personalized service. An in-house gourmet Thai-Western fusion restaurant, ideal for your escape within a cool private oasis, City of Angels in style.
The mass of the outer black shell responds to the surroundings in height. 6 stories on the busy Wisut Kasat Road to maintain the strong street edge. But dips to 4 levels to complement the shop houses on the side alley. Then drops to 2 levels to frame the view in the courtyard of the community (chumchon).
The outer shell responds to the modern city street, then the hidden courtyard center is inspired by the historic Purinayok shanty chumchon in the rear. The courtyard does not aim at creating a romanticized "slum" style, but simply adopts the ad-hoc process in which the space created. The space is composed of a light steel frame housing found objects readily available to the owners, adapted, and re-combined to create new meaning...dismantled doors, windows, floor boards, wall panels of the owner's old teak wood mansion, furniture left over from the past, old photos...
The design of the building is accretive, improvised, and flexible...inspired by the inhabitants of the adjacent shanty community.