Flag of Thailand

Nakhon Phanom

Guesthouses, hotels and resorts

Agoda logo
best price guarantee


General

Nakhon Phanom has a pretty average selection of places to stay, with the best value well off the river.

  • Mae Nam Kong Grand View Hotel

    Mae Nam Kong Grand View Hotel

    The flashest digs in town

    527 Soonthornvijitra Road
    T: (042) 513 564-70; F: (042) 511 037

    Easily the flashest digs in town, the 112 room Mae Nam Kong Grand View Hotel sits on the bank of the Mekong about a kilometre south of downtown Nakhon Phanom. Like other hotels in town, the rooms and ... Read the full review of Mae Nam Kong Grand View Hotel.

    4 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Windsor Hotel

    Windsor Hotel

    Good value

    272 Bamrung Muang Rd
    T: (042) 511 946; F: (042) 520 737

    Quite centrally located (although not on the river) the Windsor Hotel suffers from very low ceilings -- an issue that blights many of the hotels in Nakhon Phanom. As an added bonus, it had some of ... Read the full review of Windsor Hotel.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • First Hotel

    First Hotel

    Cheap and grubby

    16 Sri Thep Road
    T: (042) 511 253;

    Once a dump always a dump and in this regard the First Hotel doesn't disappoint. Rooms are threadbare and the bathrooms basic, but it all works and if you want a cheap room near the river (albeit ... Read the full review of First Hotel.

    3 stars Under 600B 2 votes Backpacker
  • Grand Hotel

    Grand Hotel

    Friendly

    210 Sri Thep Rd
    T: (042) 511 526;

    The long-running Grand Hotel is a pretty friendly place, not all that far at all from the river. The very chatty staff may be a little bemused when you go to check-in, but the rooms, while not ... Read the full review of Grand Hotel.

    2.5 stars Under 600B 3 votes Backpacker


Jump to a different destination in Thailand

Photo gallery

Photo for

Jump to a destination


Sights to see in Nakhon Phanom

Thailand FAQ

Newsletter signup

Sign up for Travelfish Burp!

Our weekly wrap on Southeast Asian travel.
Click here to see a recent newsletter.

We respect your email privacy