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This hotel is well situated in the centre of Hat Yai.very close to Central Dept store .
It is nothing special but the rooms are very clean , beds are comfortable .
Staff very helpful
Dont bother with the food ..very ordinary
What I like:
1) Good location (lots of food and shopping around)
2) Free WIFI
3) Clean room. It's old but it's relatively well maintained.
4) Steady shower water flow
5) Lots of TV channels
6) Sturdy big bed (made up by two super single...More
Rooms are decent. Clean toilet with bath tub. Airconditioning is cold, hot water readily available. Wifi reception varies, just walk around in the room, mine works well on the bed luckily. :D (but not in the toilet)
Bellboys are friendly but a bit over-enthusiastic though,...More
USD 33 - USD 54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Number of rooms
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No Buffet, There is a menu card but there is not a lot of choice and the food is very basic relative to the choice you would have in most other hotels. I would think a lot of people do not eat in the hotel. They go outside... More
No Buffet, There is a menu card but there is not a lot of choice and the food is very basic relative to the choice you would have in most other hotels. I would think a lot of people do not eat in the hotel. They go outside to some local cafe. Hope this helps