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Once considered a top flashpacker choice, Thai Cozy is now past its prime and will be forced to lower rates if it doesn't renovate soon.
That said, it's still one of the friendlier options around, and with a wide array of rooms spanning a large building, it's a good place to keep in mind during busier times of years. The windowless standard that we checked out was faded: old air-con, old fridge, TV, worn bed, small bathroom. The superior room was brighter and more inviting, but still questionable value for such dated accommodation. Decor is limited to some plastic orchids. We appear to have been quoted a solid 200 to 300 baht higher as walk-ins than what's listed on the hotel's website, so the value should be better if booking online. Not very cosy, Thai Cozy has a large but featureless restaurant along with computers, massage and tailor shops off the huge ground floor (keep wandering all the way back to find reception). There's also an outdoor chill space on an upper floor.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 22nd October, 2014.