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Reviewed March 7, 2012

Having read other reports on Trip Advisor I must confess I do not agree with all that has been said. Firstly the hotel is out of town which is reflected very much in the price. If you have young children one must budget for travel in and out of town. If you are fit and able it is possible to walk up to the main junction; continue to stroll into town or wait on the corner until a Baht Bus comes along for which you will get a 20Baht ride into town. In our 10 days there we had little trouble getting into town. The hotel itself is in well maintained order however some of the furniture in the rooms is becoming a little tired. The housekeeping in our room was very good indeed and once we had organised with the girls that we wanted replacement soaps etc everyday we had no problems. We had a 2 room apartment both with TVs and a DVD; kitchen facilities and a balcony overlooking the carpark. Both my wife and I were happy with what we had paid for. Unfortunately the bulk of the staff had very little English but they were always friendly and willing to help but if there was a problem then Kitty with her grasp of the English language could overcome any problem. The breakfast on offer was adequate but I would suggest a little more training to the young staff who really have very little idea of what Europeans eat for breakfast or more to the point how they eat it. For example an egg with bacon will be bacon and whenever the egg comes which is typically Thai! The pool was good although very cold; the water quality was excellent due to the water filteration system employed; but one adverse comment was that there were no sunshades available around the pool area which was off-putting.

Within the location was an excellent supermarket - Tesco Lotus - and JJ market for young nightlife but not for us I would add. I would recommend this hotel for couples and families alike but do budget for transportation into town. We are a couple in our late 50s/early 60s and globe trotting flashpackers.

Room tip: The room we stayed in was on the 3rd or 4th floor overlooking carpark. This was ok with no noise but possibly a pool view would be better.
Date of stay: January 2012
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Thank Travellers5658
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Reviewed February 14, 2012

We had a very lovely time staying in this hotel and I would highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys a bit of luxury and pampering.
The customer service its excellent. Rooms are beautiful, spacious and clean

Special Thanks to Ms May & Ms Atchara.

Date of stay: February 2012
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1  Thank Amyganlh
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Reviewed January 25, 2012

As part of a SEA trip with family we consciously chose some low key apartments off the usual tourist trail. The choice of two-bedroom suites at the time if booking seemed limited and only the Napat kept coming up. As this was the type of accommodation we were looking for and the overall good reviews, we decided to go for it and booked 8 nights.

After 2 nights however, we decided to move out again:

- the rooms were nowhere near as good in terms of decorative state as suggested in the pics. The furniture is tired and worn and of cheap quality
- rooms were not clean and not cleaned properly during the stay (table tops were greasy when we moved in, chairs stained, bed sheets also stained and discoloured
- the master bedroom had some pest infections with what looked like little larvae or worms near and on the bed
- the nearby bars on the main road can be heard with thumping music late into the night, even ear plugs could not really block the noise
- service staff did not seem inclined to deliver any service. Breakfast service was typical: waitresses sitting behind blinds, chatting and using their mobiles. If you wanted coffee or tea, you had to walk over to their enclosure to place your order.
- the free car park right in front was a plus as we had a car, however for night time trips into town, taxis were a problem (long wait, not all drivers willing to take you back to the Napat). Without your own transport you will be challenged as there is little in the neighbourhood other than 7elevens and student-type facilities.

After the third horrible night, we eventually moved into a 5* hotel in town to actually let the holiday start proper.

Date of stay: January 2012
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4  Thank Racinglemn
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Reviewed December 14, 2011

We are a family with two toddlers traveling for a year and renting apartments along the way. We spent a month at the Grand Napat and left with mixed feelings.

What we liked were the courteous staff, who like most Thai people, always had a smile for us and a willingness to help. Some of the front desk spoke only basic English so communicating was sometimes a challenge, but everyone tried their best to address our needs. After some pushing they were able to locate a babysitter for us, she only spoke Thai but was great (Pang is her name). In the end, we had to figure our much of our own way around, like playgrounds, laundry, haircuts, etc. I've documented some of what we found around the area http://minordiversion.com/category/thailand/
We also loved the pool, which had a kiddie area as well as a lap area. Housekeeping was phenomenal, coming in every day to do a thorough cleaning and wash the dishes.

We found the location to be a challenge as there were very limited places to which we could walk. Even a short walk entailed hitting the main road, and with two toddlers, this was difficult. A tuk tuk around town is between 80B and 150B each way, which adds up when we wanted to go out multiple times a day yet avoid walking into traffic.

We had an issue with our unit - the second bathroom had a foul smell. It took the hotel a week to resolve this, which led to the eventual replacement of the toilet. The staff was all very apologetic, and at check out gave us 50% discount on our electricity bill (about $100 value). The hotel offered to have us stay temporarily in another unit, but it was a studio as compared to our two bedroom, so we decided to rough it out until a solution was found.

The building and property itself are modern and clean. The interiors of the apartment were somewhat more tired than they looked in the pictures, but still comfortable and suitable for our family. After spending a week there, we got a local feel for the area and found places we could walk (particularly if you can get the guard to open the side gate exit as opposed to going into the main road). These include Thanin Market, Wat Ku Tao and the playground at the municipal stadium. Kamptien flower market and JJ market are also great places to wander around.

Room tip: Get a room facing the mountains as opposed to the parking lot, where there is currently construction.
Date of stay: November 2011
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4  Thank DiyaTraveler
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Reviewed November 6, 2011

We stayed for four nights. The rooms are really large, spacious, well furnished and quiet.
We enjoy eating in local hawker stalls and there were plenty around here. Massages and food was cheaper here than in town but there were no Western eateries. If you need that, town is just a B100 to B150 ride away. Any tours you do will pick up at the hotel and the hotel also runs a bus to the night market each evening. They also provided a complimentary transfer to the airport when we left.
The breakfast was so, so but everything else was really quite good. The pool area's quite nice too.

Date of stay: November 2011
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2  Thank Snaz
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