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Reviewed 31 January 2018

I arrived here at 2100 hours without a booking. The girl spoke excellent English and informed me that King rooms were full, somI had a twin bedded room on the 4th floor for THB1200.

The hallway was carpeted but not airconditioned. The lift in this two year old hotel was efficient and clean.

The room was rather spartan. Bed quality and linen was excellent. For the first hour there was muted noise from the karaoke bar and probable massage parlour called Osaka next door.

The blackout curtains were great as was the aircon. The bedroom had an open wardrobe with one hangar only. There were two free glass bottles of Singha drinking water but only two sachets of coffee. No tea, milk or sugar.

Lighting was three downlights accessed from above the desk. I did not use the TV. The bedside table had a weak lamp, insufficient for reading.

The room had a wooden floor. It lacked any prints or other domestic touches so could do with some softening.

The bathroom was very small. When using the toilet, the door, if left open, was practically at one's knees. There were soap and shampoo dispensers in the good shower but no bar at the vanity basin. Lighting could have been better.

Breakfast was very good with watermelon, cantaloupe and pineapple. As is sadly the case too iften in both Philippines and Thailand, no mango or banana was available but four hot dishes were. There was cereal but no yoghurt. Hot tea and coffee were on display. The sole fruit juice, orange, was poor quality powdered.

There were also rice cookers.

WiFi was mostly fast. There was an even faster downloading Internet cafe across the road for THB15 per hour full of teenage boys at 2200 hours playing the usual video games and shiuting to each other.

Overall an excellent hotel but perhaps ask for rooms on the non karaoke bar side.

A tuk-tuk to the railway station was THB50.

Stayed: January 2018, travelled solo
1  Thank Victorianlad
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Reviewed 14 January 2018 via mobile

What a class act. Checkin was as efficient as I have encountered anywhere. Staff were all friendly and welcoming. The room was big and bright. And the breakfasts were awesome with changing dishes each day. The restaurant is good and I had more than one meal there.

It’s a business hotel in that it does not have any amenities other than its restaurant... but as a value for money proposition, the Leosor should be on your list for consideration when staying in Nakhon Ratchasima.

Stayed: January 2018, travelled solo
1  Thank stevekyne
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

We stayed here for only one night. The hotel was new and modern looking. The room was clean and everything functioned well. It's around 1.5 km. from Thao Suranari Monument. Breakfast buffet was good. The selection was not large but more than enough for us.

Pros
- large parking space
- real downtown location
- 7-11 just across from the hotel
- clean room
- good breakfast buffet
- big room (not very large but not small either)
- A/C was great
- The staffs was very helpful

Cons
- No conditioner and no soap bar for hand wash
- free 2 bottles of water are NOT in the refrigerator, make sure which one to drink
- make sure the hair dryer works, the one we had in the room was broken
- thin wall, you can here everytime rooms nearby close the doors or was talking slightly loud

Personally, we would stey here again mostly because of the location and breakfast. The wall won't be a problem for us because we usually listen to podcast anyway.

Room Tip: corner room, maybe. the wall was thin.
  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank -o-Didew-o-
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Reviewed 5 February 2017

Stayed here for one night on our travels through Thailand. Cost about £20 for the room for the night and I couldn't fault it. Clean rooms, great breakfast, good shower and a peaceful nights sleep. One of the best hotels we stayed in during our two weeks in Thailand. Would definately recommend to others.

Room Tip: Choose a higher floor and a corner room if possible
  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled with family
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2  Thank walkingpartner
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Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

Very well kept new Hotel with good beds in large rooms. Breakfast is not up to the standard or this kind or institution. Younger staff should improve their english to give good touristic information. Well situated in Town to visit historic sites.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Finoburger
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