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Where to stay in Si Saket

Si Saket

Travellers overnighting in Si Saket town will find a few adequate options around the train station or just outside of town.


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1191/3 Wichit Nakorn Rd, Si Saket
Under 600B
Boonsiri Boutique Hotel
Backpacker - Under 600B
1191/3 Wichit Nakorn Rd, Si Saket
T: (045) 622 222, (081) 958 9915

Around the corner from the fresh market and within easy walking distance of the train station, Boonsiri serves up spacious and very well equipped rooms for the price of a dorm bed in Bangkok. Once you get up the stairs (no lift here) and past the mural of a pasty skinned princess on pink-trimmed walls, you’ll find squeaky clean rooms with firm king-size beds on glossy white floors, two... Read our full review of Boonsiri Boutique Hotel.

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43/25 Moo 6 (south of town along Route 226), Si Saket
Under 600B
Treehouse Hotel
Backpacker - Under 600B
43/25 Moo 6 (south of town along Route 226), Si Saket
T: (045) 611 563, (080) 477 7854

This small resort is situated a few kilometres south of town along the outer ring road, making it viable only if you’ve got some wheels. If you forget the location and focus only on the accommodation, it’s probably the best that Si Saket has to offer. The cheapest rooms are set in a three-storey block and come with hardwood floors, plenty of space, high ceilings, TVs, mini-fridges, desks,... Read our full review of Treehouse Hotel.

0384-0385 Si Saket Rd (just north of the train station), Si Saket
Under 600B
Si Saket Hotel
Backpacker - Under 600B
0384-0385 Si Saket Rd (just north of the train station), Si Saket
T: (045) 612 582, (081) 967 8416

This old-style budget hotel should do the trick for shoestring budget backpackers or anyone too lazy to walk more than 200 metres from the train station. We’re talking seriously basic and not-all-that-clean digs here: rock hard beds, steel ceiling fans or old air-con units, dusty TVs and grimy bathrooms with bucket-flush Western-style toilets. Rooms have high ceilings but the bathroom walls... Read our full review of Si Saket Hotel.

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