Modern, clean, quiet
The Sabai sits a short walk down a quiet soi near the busy intersection of Changphuak Rd and Mittraphap, a short tuk tuk ride from the main bus station.
It’s far from the city centre, but there are loads of good places to eat on Changphuak Rd nearby, and it’s right next to the popular expat bar, The Ram. The trade off for staying this far out is that you get sparkling clean rooms and professional service in a relaxed and quiet atmosphere. All rooms are spacious and come with air-con, hot water, cable TV, fridge, balcony with tropical plants, free WiFi, and free breakfast. The deluxe earns you more space, a couch and sitting area. It’s a large, newer hotel, and the garden café area in the back is a nice break from the noise of Khorat. The Sabai is a particularly good choice near the bus station if you’re only overnighting in Khorat and want a comfortable night’s sleep while avoiding the city altogether.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.