The hotel is quite big and located within walking distance of the train station. It is close to shops, and laundrettes. It is a tad dated in it's décor, styled in the 1970's, but other than that, this place is good for a couple of nights.
Our room was surprisingly big and the bed was huge. Having a balcony was great and the views were fantastic. We had cable TV with loads of international channels, a fridge, free water and a decent en suite bathroom.
We ate in the restaurant for our evening meal as well as for the included breakfast. The food was ok, it was decent quality and filling. The 'western style' food was a little odd, so I'd stick to the Thai dishes! We had a couple of cocktails which were good though. The waiter wasn't very friendly, but the breakfast staff were.
There was a disco going on in the evening when we were there so there was a bit of noise, however it looked ok if you were wanting to let your hair down!
We took the hotels minibus to the bus station, it was offered to us when we asked where to go to hail a taxi. We got ripped off by the price - so it's advisable to catch a taxi/tuk tuk from outside the front of the hotel.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking