There are few hotel options in Nakhon, and the Thai is amongst the better.
The furnishings and decor of the hotel are tired. The facilities speak towards Soviet era styling. But, the staff do clean reasonably well.
The rooms are quiet(ish), but the bathrooms could do with a bleach makeover (funny that SE Asian hotels seem not to know the benefits of bleach).
The hotel staff were eager and helpful. Generally, there was one on duty that had a reasonable command of English.
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Access to information about the city & region is abysmally poor. You really need to have to go to Thai Tourism, tourism at City Hall, AND speak to locals to get any idea of even the basics.
There are some great restaurants in Nakhon, but few locals seem to know where they are located.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking