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Avaliou em 5 de Janeiro de 2016
I used this hotel twice on a recent motorbike ride to and from North of Thailand.
I chose the Deluxe room with double bed, 850. Other option was standard with twin singles 675.
clean room, had bath and shower, hot water was good and air-con was good but with no room control.
Central location near to train station.
Old but still good, clean, and very spatious!
Avaliou em 28 de Dezembro de 2014
The rooms are very clean and quiet spatious,
The hotel is very well located (walking distance from the trainstation)
And its very easy to go and see all the sights around the city from here.
Staff was very helpfull and there was someone speaking very well english helping us with whatever question we had.
Wifi was working really well with us.
Free `ok` breakfast and free water.
Good value for money
Clean, Comfortable, Spacious.
Avaliou em 2 de Fevereiro de 2014
Room was quiet (even being very close to the train track and an impressive Mosque - we heard neither), clean and comfortable (well furnished). Staff was helpful albeit a bit 'stiff'. Off street parking. Good location: we walked around and enjoyed it (Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat, Wat Ratburana, the river embankment,...). Breakfast was poor. Wifi unreliable.
Overal good value for money.
Avaliou em 23 de Janeiro de 2013
This hotel provides accommodation of an acceptable standard. Nothing grand, nothing exceptional, nothing bad ... unless you suffer from a nostalgia for spot on hotels from the 60's USA or 70's UK in which case you will have the most wonderful experience ...that prequel Star Trek where the technology works , but only just and needs yo fall back on the tried and tested.
The lights TV and other stuff, mainly de-installed, are worked from the bedside console, with a very few back up toggle switches which resemble buzzers or bells ... yes they had me fooled and I was reluctant to switch on the light in case I summoned housekeeping or room service.
The wifi worked with a strong signal, the TV remote didn't quite work but the bedside controls allowed me to scroll through the channels ... and a strange mix they were. The hot water worked in the manner of a good 4* from the early UK seventies and a 164 cm person could fit themselves into the tub for a really nice bath. Sadly the shower worked in the same fashion. On a brighter note the newly installed replacement for the central A/C was quiet and efficient and the remote control worked, even though it took me a few minutes to sort out exactly how to get exactly what I wanted from it.
There is nothing wrong with this hotel, ok its tired but it is an a good location and if you hanker after that late 60's early 70's good hotel feeling this is the place for you. Otherwise just use this place as a convenient reasonable value and safe option.
Clean, convenient, and excellent value.
Avaliou em 22 de Abril de 2011
I used Phitsanulok as my base to visit the ancient city of Sukhothai, but the city itself is know for a Buddha in Wat Phra.
The hotel is about three blocks from the railway station and a five-minute taxi ride from the bus station. In every respect, it is a three-star hotel by US standards. The rooms are well furnished and have a good view of the surrounding area. The food in the restaurant is reasonably priced and there is internet available in the lobby.
The only downside is that the hotel is not used to having English-speaking visitors, so there are few staff, if any, who are fluent in the language. This makes requests a little difficult, such as finding out how to turn on the airconditioner, or the TV -- all solved by demonstration and sign language. Also there is no swimming pool. However everyone is pleasant and anxious to help and I really enjoyed my stay.