The hotel itself is really good for a few days. Service is great, very friendly staff. Breakfast was tasty. Rooms were clean and bed slept fine. Overall a good experience. But, in the lobby there's a wide range of support of elephant trekking and bathing. We don't support…
The rooms here are clean, but a little uncomfortable. Our TV didn't work and the staff laughed when we mentioned it. They also mocked us when we asked about various tours they were promoting. Probably would not stay here again.
Central location right smack inside old town. Full on breakfast. Very nice staff and a doorman round the clock...Spacious inside compared to most Thai hotels. Spotlessly clean throughout, even the pool although it is quite small. Free and secure parking for your motorbike.…
Located on the moat so not a bad spot. Average dated rooms with very hard beds. Some of the rooms don't have proper windows, more like small slots like you may see in a jail cell. The internet is absolutely horrific. This isn't Kho Tao circa 98. Many better options available.
On our Bamboo group tour we stayed here for a few days,16 of us. Close to all amenities, restaurants, bars and night markets. Breakfast was supplied each morning. Elevator to our floors. Nice pool to relax in after a day of sight seeing or shopping. Locals offering laundry…
"Choose a deluxe front facing room as it has a decent view of the moat"
"I doubt there are any quiet rooms"
"stayed at the last corner room, spacious and quiet"
"I was on the second floor and it was not noisy at all. Maybe I was lucky!"
"Choose a room which does not face the moat as they are quieter"
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