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Leo d
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Next to the airport

Review of President Hotel
5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed Aug 14, 2012
This hotel is excellent for travellers who have to go early or arrive late in evening to or from the airport. Its next to the airport with a free shuttle.Rooms are overdate, breakfats starts at 06.00 but not everything finished for breakfast at 06.00. RS menu and minibar is super cheap. (7/11 prices)
Nice swimmingpool and staff
Date of stay: May 2012
Room Tip: there are 2 buildings choose the one where not the front office is.
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Reviewed August 12, 2012

I am currently staying in Sakon Nakon, visiting my son who is teaching at a school. We decided (as usual - no planning) to go to Udon as we would not need to self inflict the malaria tablets etc... for this city. We used Tripadvisor to scan a coupel of hotels and took the plunge with the President Hotel.
OK, its not the Ritz but we found the people very helpfull, the rooms were great (no bugs at all) bathrooms were also fine and most of all the view form the window over the pool etc... was spot on.
Tip No. 1. The Tuk Tuks are a great way to get around Udon - we loved this way of travelling and it's (ahem) reaosnably safe because the speeds here are quite slow due to the volume of traffic etc... 80-100thb into the Centre. Just walk down the driveway onto the road and you will find a Tuk Tuk hovering around...
We had a meal on the other side of town at the 'Bookhouse', near 'The Park' (tip number 2. if you cant get the Tuk Tuk driver to understand where this is, get him to drop you off at the Central Plaza, then get another Tuk Tuk from there - just ask a couple of drivers (plenty of Tuk Tuks around) and one of them willl know exactly where to go.) Food here was good, lakeside setting and English widely spoken.
We also used the bus servies between SN and Udon and this was very good. Lots of stops so dont expect to get therei n a hurry but air con worked both ways and it was cheap (110thb)
Party back at the hotel (a Thai school re-union - all members were circa 47yrs old) when we returned and 'Eddie' was playing guitar with a very talented pianist / saxophonist. An hour later and we could not escape the party, my son was dragged to his feet and both of us had a great time with our new friends (inc. Eddie who made us feel very much part of the fun - thanks Eddie!)
All in all a great night away, fntastic, hotel, city and meal out. Will stay again. Thanks all !

Room tip: I would ask for a room overlooking the pool rather than near any parties or you might just hear a reserved chap like me trying to talk over the noise :o)
Date of stay: August 2012
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Reviewed May 19, 2012

We were able to make last minute reservations for a 10-day stay at the President Hotel, as we were disappointed in our existing hotel stay down south in Kumphawapi (see reviews).
This was our 3rd stay at the President Hotel in the last 3 years and we have always enjoyed our stay.

The U shaped hotel is divided by a central courtyard, entry drive and pool. The main building on the lobby side is three stories high and across the courtyard there is a separate two-story building. On both previous visits we had stayed on the 3rd floor and as the hotel does not have an elevator we were happy this time to have a ground floor room in the main building looking out at the pool. Our deluxe room had a doublewide bed and there’s also a small table and two chairs. The room also has a large built-in desk and closet and there are electrical outlets at the desk and on one of the nightstands. Our room had a brand new toilet (stickers still adhered) and the shower had good temperature control and strong water flow.

We ate at the free breakfast buffet every morning, which consisted a large variety of breakfast foods and chef prepared choice of eggs. The buffet was usually pretty busy on weekdays around 7am to 8am as the hotel appeared to have many business groups staying as guests. The dinner menu consists mainly of Thai and Asian food but there are also western “falang” food items such as steak, hamburgers and club sandwiches. We ordered room service (Thai food) several nights and the food was good and the service prompt.

Unfortunately, our downstairs room happened to be the end room and outside there is a metal staircase attached to the wall, which leads down to a service area. The only complaint we had during our stay was from the loud sound of the staff dragging something up or down the stairs each morning around 7am and evenings around 9pm.

All of the staff were very pleasant and friendly and we enjoyed our stay. Although we had to drive an extra hour roundtrip each day that we went to see the family, we were glad we made the change in hotels.

Date of stay: May 2012
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Reviewed March 8, 2012

This hotel was great. Check in took 5 minutes, staff was helpful and friendly. The room was large and the room ,grounds and pool were very clean. They have a "fantastic" breakfast and it was "FREE"! My only complaint, Thai beds are generaly hard and this was no exception. I had a great stay.

Date of stay: March 2012
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Reviewed February 14, 2012

I did not have high expectations of this property. Room was fairly large,bed had no box spring and sagging mattress. Room was clean, shower ok sink had only cold water tap and vanity is at a very low height. Breakfast buffet was dismal, dirty tables when I asked staff to clean them they wiped the tablecloth with a filthy rag. Coffee was like mud, the next day I brought instant coffee and when I pumped water from the thermos provided it was infested with dead ants. I checked out of the hotel losing two rooms two days prepaid. Manager was apologetic and did not charge me for laundry bill. Not much English spoken here.

Room tip: Stay elsewhere until they clean up the restaurant. If you do stay here chose a room on first or second floor as there is no elevator
Date of stay: February 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank Jonathan L
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Reviewed November 13, 2011

Just finished a 12 day stay in a senior suite, this offers more room for the relatives to visit and sleep (no complaints from Hotel stay when 2 or 3 extra people stayed with us).
I've stayed here several times before with my family, especially after Centara acquired the Grand Royal and doubled the price of a suite (now that is being refurbished the prices are going even higher.
The rooms are clean (yes a few ants came to visit) and I think the hotel has improved a little over the years, staff on reception seem a bit friendly, breakfast is a little better (although not great!)
The nice manager let us check out late (4pm) at no charge as our flight to Chiang Mai wasn't until 7pm.
Saw the other review about the swimming pool - it was very green by the time we left, although it was shut for cleaning/treating on our last day (8/11/2011), but didn't notice if it was clean when we left.

So overall not the worst place you could stay in Udon (better than Charoen Hotel, Napali and Udon Hotel)

Date of stay: November 2011
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