There's understandably only a few options for sleeping in Nakhom Pathom city, and these are all within easy walking distance of the train station, bus stops and the Chedi. The major roads can get quite noisy so ask to see the room and gauge the decible level yourself before committing to a room.
Two things stand out like a pair of mismatching sore thumbs when you arrive in Nakhon Pathom - one is the Chedi, the other is the Mitr Paisal Hotel. It's a whole five storeys of mid-range accommodation close to the station to the north of the Chedi. All rooms have bathrooms and the air-con rooms also have baths. If you're willing to part with an extra 40B you can also have hot water. There's... Read our full review of Mitr Paisal Hotel.
Since the Siam is a bit of a walk from the train station and main bus stop it probably doesn't get as much business as the Mitr Paisal, but don't let that deter you -- the rooms are a bit fresher than in the city's other hotels, with new-looking beds and dresser units with extremely large mirrors. Rooms also have cable-TVs with some English-laungage channels. The hotel is just off Ratchadamnoen... Read our full review of Siam Hotel.
This is located just off the main drag heading out east from the Chedi. It's a simple and friendly place that uses a nicknack store selling everything from baby-walkers to walking sticks as its lobby. The rooms themselves are basic and a bit dusty but the beds are soft and inviting. Some rooms have an irritatingly audible water pipe running through them. There's no hot water and only squat... Read our full review of Mitr Samphan Hotel.
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