At Chocolate Box Mint, we offer an elevated accommodation for those seeking an experience like no other. Our location brings the best of both a hostel and a hotel together as one and has been christened with a unique, new name: “Poshtel”
Located in the heart of Bangkok but still hidden from the chaos of the city. The surrounding vicinity grants travelers a sense of the day-to-day life of Bangkok, complete with local homes and markets for a fully immersive experience.
The resemblance between Chocolate Box Mint and our flagship accommodation in Huahin is uncanny, yet Chocolate Box Mint sets itself apart with its urban location. The décor, though, is definitely inspired by our original concept: industrial chic.
Our rooms are spacious and the right fit for 2 people. We have the perfect room for everyone: couples, friends. Let us help you make your trip memorable!
Double Bed – Courtyard View
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and wind down with a delightful and hidden glimpse into a courtyard garden.
Comfort is our pledge, and a double bed room makes those words reality. You’ll feel right at home with its cozy vibes and chicness, making getting out of bed that much harder.
Our bunk bed rooms add character to your stay and are ideal for travel buddies sharing in an adventure. Light, airy, and calming, these rooms are an unexpected blast from the past.
Experience a hidden garden tucked away from the noise of the city where relaxation awaits. At Chocolate Box Mint, we take both the high and low time of our guests into account. After all, upon the completion of a tiring day, nothing is more pleasurable than a peaceful sit in a cozy garden.
Since Chocolate Box Mint is situated in the middle of a bustling district of Bangkok, we offer an undeniable experience unlike anything else. From luxurious shopping at large retailers to touring The Grand Palace, every activity on your list is within a convenient commuting distance. Countless transportation options are available for you: the BTS skytrain or a boat ride along the Chaopraya River.