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A friendly and calm, family run place a bit outside the old town. The building is quite old, designed with a lot of teak wood and kind of old fashioned - but well maintained. Rooms are simple but spacious and everything works well. The pool...More
Amazing hotel, lovely helpful staff and incredibly cheap. Was surprised by the amazing clean pool out the back of the hotel too. Rooms are clean and spacious.
Showers are hot and powerful, always has beers in the fridge by the pool.
Will definitely come back.
This hotel is really lovely. The rooms are big with great aircon. The wifi in the rooms works really well. We had a pool view room on the second floor. The pool seems brand new, it's really clean and we mostly had it to ourselves....More
My teenage sons and I are staying in this well organised family run hotel for 5 nights leading up to Songkran, we arrived a day early on the sleeper train and were provided with a room quickly despite being only 10am! Some of the rooms...More
Old world hotel run by same family for many years. Nothing flash, however is clean, quiet and has very nice gardens and a terrific pool. Rooms are basic, water pressure in shower could be stronger, but for the money paid, is very good value.
No it’s not heated but it was cleaned every day and was a nice area to relax around. We had it to ourselves 3 days out of 4 that we stayed. Make sure you wear mosquito repellent in the evenings outside around the grounds of... More
No it’s not heated but it was cleaned every day and was a nice area to relax around. We had it to ourselves 3 days out of 4 that we stayed. Make sure you wear mosquito repellent in the evenings outside around the grounds of the hotel, lots of foliage and overhanging trees means lots of bugs.
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"Ask for a room on the second floor, which are evidently the renovated rooms. The price is inexplicably the..."