Reliable, central choice
In the centre of the city, this pleasant hotel boasts a good location and comfortable rooms.
All have hot water, air-con, and fridge, but differ in price according to size. The standard rooms are crowded, but deluxe models are quite spacious. Bathrooms are squeaky clean but some feature tacky pink floral tile that clashes horribly with the worn red carpet. The hotel is part of a Thailand wide chain that boasts 57 hotels, so expect professionalism but no family run charm. Given the quality of rooms and location the Korat is seemingly decent value, but there’s no included breakfast and WiFi will cost you a whopping 100 baht for 140 minutes.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.