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Me and my dating guy stay here.we like nearly everything in hotel room and hotel.but i think u need add toothbrushes and toothpastes in hotel room also.and problem about wifi we connected but need sign in many time.
Huge hotel just across the river from the old town. Receptionstaff very friendly and helpful, staff at the nice riverside restaurant however very uninterested and slow. Huge breakfastbuffet, one of the better breakfasts we've had in Thailand. Wifi-connection was lost everytime our phones were locked....More
Looks nice from the outside, but everything is junky on the inside. The pool is very small and the water is weird, cannot see through it. The food is very bad, even for the us it is very bad with terrible singing. They charge you...More
Older hotel that is in need of remodeling. We stayed here as part of a tour group and this was our least favorite hotel. The room was musty and the air conditioner was marginal at best. The elevator to the rooms was small and extremely...More
My hotel room looked old and tired. Looked as if they could use new furniture also my bathroom door, the wood was eating away. The bathroom tiles were all cracked. The bathtub was so high and no handle bars to hold onto so I constantly...More
The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't... More
The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't likely be. Your better off though, because who wants dents, dings, and chipped paint? The spaces are so narrow you literally can't open your car door without hitting the adjacent car. So, the more likely scenario is you will be parking in the large gravel parking lot located across the street, which is fine in the daytime, at night time I'd be concerned about my car being broken into or even stolen. There are many homeless people and drug users that live under the adjacent bridge. Your best bet - find another hotel, for many reasons!