A dated choice with lots of extras
With its high rise, glossy exterior and many amenities, the Rachaphrak Grand Hotel stands out as a reliable intermediate choice.
It is centrally located and within walking distance of the city's major attractions, though on a hot day you may want to hop on a songtheaw. Spacious rooms are comfortable, though dated and seemingly designed for business travellers. Ceramic tiled bathrooms are generously sized and impeccably clean, and large windows with sweeping city views brighten things up. All rooms have air-con, fridge, carpeting, large desk, cable TV, and hot water bath. Deluxe rooms are a bit bigger and include an ample dressing room, sitting area with a couch and a strange mirrored corner for checking yourself out. Hotel amenities include one of Khorat’s better pool areas, two restaurants, a bar, spa services, and a quality gym. Both gym and pool may be used by non-guests for 100B per day.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 2nd December, 2014.