Chaiyaphum has an adequate selection of inexpensive hotels to choose from.
A fancy hotel will a Hotmail address is still a bit of a funny thing, but nonetheless these are by far the nicest rooms in Chaiyaphum. Spacious, excellently finished and with lovely bathrooms, they are matched only by the excellent service provided by staff. Rooms come with air-con, TV, minibar and hairdryers – the latter of which we wouldn't make such a fuss of if they didn't. Balconies are a... Read our full review of Siam River Resort.
This friendly, centrally-located multi-storey hotel boasts a pleasing pastel exterior, and rooms are equally agreeable – large doubles have TVs and fridges, and bathrooms are bright and clean. There is an open, airy lobby area downstairs with plenty of seating, and with the hotel's restaurant just off of it; breakfast is included in the room rate. Though very helpful, staff here speak little... Read our full review of Deeprom Hotel.
Though they speak limited English, the staff at the Sirichai couldn't be friendlier and more willing to help. Rooms are spacious, pleasantly decorated and reasonably priced for what is a very central location, a short ride from the bus station and just a stone's throw from the nearest 7-eleven – about as close to 'in the thick of it' as you're likely to get in Chaiyaphum. A coffee stall, also... Read our full review of Sirichai Hotel.
The multi-storey, pastel painted, Tonkoon Hotel is relatively low-key and set just a little back from the main road, Tonkoon's generously-sized rooms are good value, though some are looking a little faded in parts. The good-sized bathrooms are clean, but balconies are let down by a rather miserable view of the next block. All rooms have TVs and... Read our full review of Tonkoon Hotel.