Feung Nakorn Balcony is divided into two sections. The front section is a five-storey building that boasts a mix of Thai and western designs. Here you’ll find three gorgeous suites named after famous gem stones and cosy New Road Café, all of which offers stunning views of the famous Rajchabophit Temple across the road. And from the rooftop, you can even catch a view the magnificent Grand Palace and Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), two of Bangkok’s most famous historical landmarks.
The second section is located a few more steps in from the road and hosts a much larger four-storey building, which has been converted from a local elementary school but retains many of its classic structure and design. Here you’ll find the main reception area, a cosy open-air restaurant, and a peaceful landscaped outdoor garden. There are four suites, 30 standard rooms and four shared dorm rooms to accommodate backpackers.