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November 9, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

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Phranakorn Nornlen is a fresh and friendly boutique hotel in old Bangkok, offering a range of small but stylish rooms, as well as family rooms and connecting rooms for groups of 4-6 adults. The hotel offers and includes a rooftop organic garden and cookery school, and a range of natural cosmetics produced by the team, in-house. Ingredients brought from outside are carefully selected for their healthy, environmentally friendly, chemical-free ingredients.

Responsibility

Phranakorn Nornlen opened in 2005 with the concept of slow life, working to respect nature and give guests the chance to meet the real community. The hotel gives honest recommendations, based on cultural values and product quality, including local vendors and markets. The hotel does not offer or accept commissions. This policy supports local community members and guests.

Business Case

The hotel actively supports small-farm businesses practicing sustainable agriculture for the benefit of local communities and the environment. For example, the hotel’s organic milk is from Dairy Home farm who are committed to ethical cow breeding. Their eggs are organic and free range. The hotel's shop is to support community products. The products are socially and environmentally friendly. Profits are shared between staff members.

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Phranakorn Nornlen is a fresh and friendly boutique hotel in old Bangkok, offering a range of small but stylish rooms, as well as family rooms and connecting rooms for groups of 4-6 adults. The hotel offers and includes a rooftop organic garden and cookery school, and a range of natural cosmetics produced by the team, in-house. Ingredients brought from outside are carefully selected for their healthy, environmentally friendly, chemical-free ingredients.

Phranakorn Nornlen opened in 2005 with the concept of slow life, working to respect nature and give guests the chance to meet the real community. The hotel gives honest recommendations, based on cultural values and product quality, including local vendors and markets. The hotel does not offer or accept commissions. This policy supports local community members and guests.

The hotel actively supports small-farm businesses practicing sustainable agriculture for the benefit of local communities and the environment. For example, the hotel’s organic milk is from Dairy Home farm who are committed to ethical cow breeding. Their eggs are organic and free range. The hotel's shop is to support community products. The products are socially and environmentally friendly. Profits are shared between staff members.

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