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Udon Thani

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City centre and Nong Prajak Park area

Anyone wanting to avoid the sleazy side of Udon while staying closer to Nong Prajak Park should opt for one of the hotels in the city centre or towards the west side of town. We like the locations of these better in terms of atmosphere, but they’re also further from the Western food and other conveniences, including the trains and most buses.

  • Jamjuree Home

    Jamjuree Home

    Top-notch comfort and hospitality

    10/9 Benjant Rd, Udon Thani
    T: (042) 241 727;

    Occupying a sharp modern Thai house in a quiet corner of the city, Jamjuree is our top pick in Udon Thani. It truly is a home, with the young Thai owners living here and getting up to cook breakfast ... Read the full review of Jamjuree Home.

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    4.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Baan Rare Guesthouse

    Baan Rare Guesthouse

    Artsy digs in an interesting area

    3/1 Posri Rd (across from Wat Phothisomphon), Udon Thani
    T: (081) 260 1333;

    As an extension to the owner’s artistic furniture shop, Baan Rare has brought some style to Udon’s budget accommodation scene. The intimate guesthouse utilises a mix of faded wood, bamboo, ... Read the full review of Baan Rare Guesthouse.

    4 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Prajaktra City Hostel

    Prajaktra City Hostel

    Comfy rooms, central location

    106/45 Srisuk Rd, Udon Thani
    T: (086) 860 4422; F: (042) 248 567

    Located near the immigration office and a quick walk from the municipal market and Thung Si Muang, the Prajaktra City is a newish spot that doesn’t quite pull off the boutique-y theme that it tries ... Read the full review of Prajaktra City Hostel.

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    3.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Udon Hotel

    Udon Hotel

    An old standby

    81-89 Makkaeng Rd, Udon Thani
    T: (042) 248 160; F: (042) 242 782

    The old Udon Hotel likes to advertise the fact that it opened in 1972, even if it hasn’t changed much since then. While it’s hey day came and went a long time ago, the big box-like building is ... Read the full review of Udon Hotel.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 2 votes Backpacker

Soi Sampantamit, the train station and old bus station.

Much of Udon’s accommodation is found towards the east side of town, known for its expat bars and many shopping options. It’s a very convenient and bustling area, though some travellers will be put off by the seedy element.



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