Because accommodations can also be attractions a.k.a take a look at our pretty hotels. Also, I realized that in Bangkok, the temples were maximalist and our hotel was minimalist while in Siem Reap, the temples were minimalist (puro bato kasi di ba) and our hotel was maximalist. Walalungs.
Buddy Boutique Inn
Buddy Boutique Inn is squished somewhere in between two other hotels in Khaosan Road in Bangkok.
My friends (who were booked in a different hotel) loved this air-conditioned lounge which made waiting more tolerable in Bangkok’s humid weather.
They make concrete walls look so good a.k.a. who needs paint ang peg.
The view from our window, look at how close the other buildings are!
1961 is an art gallery slash hotel along Siem Reap’s very long River Road. As I wrote in one of my previous posts, at some point during our trip we thought that this would be the only good thing that would happen to us in Cambodia.
I love that they have books everywhere!
Look at 1961′s hard-to-miss-hard-to-forget-what-is-unique gate at the left side of this photo.
The inside of washing machines used as light fixtures, yes, repurposed everything is the name of the game!
We almost didn’t want to leave our room because of the Will & Grace DVD.
Love this reading nook inside our friends’ room! Four for reading!
It was my first time to spot a balde during our trip. This was not our bathroom though, ours was less artsy.
Vuitton, the resident adoradog with my friend Tco.