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The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat

1137 Suranarai Road,Naimuang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000 Thailand
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#1 of 134 hotels in Nakhon Ratchasima
Located on the main Suranarai Road in Nakhon Ratchasima, The Imperial Hotel & Convention Centre Korat will offer 186 spacious rooms and suites, 4 F&B outlets, The Imperial Spa, Fitness Centre and an outdoor swimming pool. The hotel is renowned for its extensive conference and banqueting facilities, with one of the largest convention centres capable of accommodating 1,000 guests, five function rooms for events of between 40 and 150 guests, and one executive boardroom. This makes it one of the most popular venues for large-scale business events and weddings in the city, province and the entire northeast region. One of the Kingdom’s most illustrious hotel brands, The Imperial Hotels & Resorts is designed to symbolize the harmony of Thai hospitality, art and culture in iconic settings.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Hot bath
Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
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Flatscreen TV
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Family rooms
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Chakrit T wrote a review 4 Jan
Bangkok, Thailand218 contributions71 helpful votes
I visited this hotel in the past while it was under Dusit Franchise. This time, the hotel change from Dusit to Imperial franchise. So, I decided to stay as this hotel as I have to entertain my client who live near the hotel location. Upon arrival, I found out that the hotel price has been dropped around 10% from the time under Dusit franchise. So, I decided to book Junior Suite for this visit. Upon arrival, it is strange to see the hotel entrance is packed with cars from SUV to Pick Up. The problem is the entrance is on the second floor and the ramp going up is rather high. The entrance has only one bell service person at that time. Therefore, it is not surprise at the slower management of the entering point. Still, the bell service is polite and very professional. The check-in area consist of 2 staff members. They provide a good and polite service. We asked for them to book the Chinese restaurant for us as I have 3 guests coming for a visit. They did a remarkable job to book private room for us. Service wise, they did a very good job. The best part of this hotel is the Chinese Restaurant. We ordered the All You can Eat menu and a few a la carte dishes. The All You can Eat deal is roughly US$12 per person. So, it is very cheap and I rather recommend this as an option. The meal for 5 people including extra a la carte order cost us US$100, which is amazingly cheap for a fine dining. The meals are cheap and tasty. The services are excellent and the waitering staffs are taking really good care for our group. After all positive point, I would like to go for the points those need to be improve. First is the room itself. We choose Junior Suite which cost us THB1,800 (US$60). It is one of the cheapest Junior Suite among First Class Hotels in the world. (Actually, the President Suite still cost below US$100, as it stated on their website). The room is big and providing nice view of Korat City. However, the room need a serious renovation. The bed is large and comfortable, the space and decoration is good. But the wallpaper and the toilet is dated. I saw a crack on the wall inside the bedroom area. The worst part is the bathing area, it is leaking while we have shower. The bath tub is rather small for the modern standard and the water is leaking (uncertain whether it came from bath tub or shower section). If I knew that Junior Suite has not been renovate, I would pay extra to go for Presidential Suite instead. I recalled that the hotel has renovate standard room years ago, while it was under Dusit franchise (as I stayed at a newly renovated room back then). So, I don't understand why the Junior Suite has not been renovated. Apart from the room, we found that the breakfast meal selection and standard has been dropped significantly. The breakfast has less selection and fruit selection has only watermelon for our choice. Comparing the the standard under Dusit franchise, I rather say that the selection has been trimmed down significantly. The bread selection is limited. The hot meal tends to be filled up with boiled rice, fried noodle, fried rice. The Western selection are limited to French toast, sausage, and ham. The egg selections are limited to fried egg, boiled egg, omelet, and Thai style fried egg. The Poach egg and other egg menus has been dropped out as well. Generally, Imperial Korat is one of the best value for money hotel with good service and large room. However, there are a few things they have to improve. I believe many room need to be renovate, the corridor on each floor need to be improve on lighting, the elevator need to be check (on the 6th Floor the button to go down to the ground floor need to be push many time). Price wise, this hotel is still worth for the money you are paying for.
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Date of stay: January 2022
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Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Presidential Suite price is below US$100 per night (book ingvia Imperial Hotel website).
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prp wrote a review Dec 2021
Bangkok, Thailand2 contributions4 helpful votes
chose this hotel bc of the brand but disappointed. The hotel is so old you wouldnt believe its still operates. everything is broken and worn out. Even the lift button was broken we had to press up button to go down.. The staffs tried to help fix the problems we faced but couldnt help much with the hotel condition. The ac remote control was broken we couldnt sleep bc it was so cold. The toilet broke next morning we had to move to another room. Then faced the same problem.. found out later that this hotel, the ac remote control cannot control the temperature at all. The faucet fell off during shower. The bathtub has very short shower cable you have to sit down while shower. There is NO available power outlet in the room you have to unplug something to plug your charger in. The outlet type is old wouldnt work with most adapters now. The door is thin we could hear people walking and talking outside all the time. If you want a peaceful night stay away from this hotel
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
JeffreyC wrote a review Mar 2021
Los Angeles, California26 contributions9 helpful votes
I’ve been staying at this hotel for years. Every year I think I’ll try one of the newer hotels in town, but every year I make my reservation at Imperial. The building is a touch old and a bit dated, but that is a small sacrifice to make for the professionalism of the entire staff. The staff makes me feel as if I’m coming home when I walk through the doors. Reception is always polite, professional, and smiling. We frequently use the restaurant for breakfast and the service we receive is top of the line. They remember how we like our coffee and what sauces we want to put on our eggs. I’ve eaten breakfast at a lot of hotels across Thailand; this is easily my favorite one. While the food is good, it is the people who make the experience so pleasant. Very well trained and good at what they do. The restaurant staff always starts our day off great. The rooms could use a few upgrades, but still absolutely no complaints. We stayed for two months and were very comfortable. Housekeeping was always going out of their way to make sure we had everything we needed; and just like everybody else, always polite and always smiling. The location is also great. There is a night market within a 5-minute walk. Countless restaurants and other food options, a beer bar with live music every night, and a couple 24-hour convenience stores close by as well. A full-sized indoor shopping mall is also within walking distance. Just like every other hotel around the world in 2020/2021, it’s obvious Imperial is having a rough time keeping everything operating normally. It’s been a very bad past year for any tourism related industry. But even with cutbacks to help minimize costs, the entire staff has done an outstanding job keeping the quality of the service top-notch.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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John B wrote a review Oct 2020
Bangkok, Thailand812 contributions117 helpful votes
I've already reviewed this hotel, but wanted to mention trying the dim sum, and about how going back worked out. To begin, this is an amazing option related to the style and value of the hotel. It looks a bit dated, as a four star hotel from a few decades ago would. The bathrooms have surely been renovated though, because the modern fixturing doesn't match that theme or time period. The breakfast is nice but not as impressive as costlier, higher-tier hotels offer. It's all great for what it is, but if someone is seeking out a true four star experience then paying more and going to a different type of hotel might work better. For value, comfortable feel, pleasant atmosphere, and friendly and helpful staff it's great. Similarly the pool and fitness center were both quite clean, well-maintained, and functional, but on the small side. The dim sum dinner was quite pleasant, even in relation to the average offering in Hong Kong. Again I'm not saying that the range matches well-above average Hong Kong restaurant quality, the best you can find there; it's surely not even close. Compared to what tends to turn up there it's good though.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Paul E wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok30 contributions42 helpful votes
Stayed for a couple of nights. Booked a junior suite room which was nice and not too pricey (mid-range). Decent location, close to a night market which sold a good selection of food. Breakfast was very limited, breakfast room poorly staffed (had to ask for someone to attend the egg station). Spa was not open which was a real shame as it was one of the main reasons I booked this hotel in the first place. No mention of that being closed on the website when I made the booking. All-in-all was OK but will likely look for an alternative place next time we are in the area.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Room Tip: The room we had was on the 5th floor. Nice view, nice and quiet.
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat
Which popular attractions are close to The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Nearby attractions include Thao Suranaree (Ya Mo) Monument (3.2 km), Terminal 21 Korat (3.6 km), and The Mall Ratchasima (4.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Conveniently located restaurants include O&D Pub & Restaurant, Tapestry Restaurant - Kantary Hotel, and Chez Andy Swiss Restaurant & Steak House.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Is The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Korat accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.