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Photo of Pak Chong Landmark HotelPak Chong Landmark Hotel

Up-scale choice on the up and up

151/1 Mittraphap Rd, Pakchong T: (044) 280 047 F: (044) 280 122

Pak Chong Landmark Hotel

The Landmark looms large a few kilometers from the town centre to Pak Chong's southwest.

Photo of Pak Chong Landmark Hotel The lobby is truly impressive with massive marble pillars, designer couches, and Roman style sculptures. At time of writing, however, the rooms were somewhat pitiful with old, stained carpet and furniture that needs to be replaced. On the up side, large windows on the upper floors open to stunning mountain views, and the rooms are well equipped with all the amenities expected for the prices. To be fair, the hotel was also undergoing major renovations when we visited, and judging by the recently finished lobby and the new, young management team who seem driven to improve the hotel drastically, the rooms will likely soon be stylish and sparkling as well. Staff are the most professional we encountered in the area, WiFi is free, and there's a swimming pool, karaoke, and modern sports bar with foosball and pool table. Note -- there's a price increase on weekends.

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Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.

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Pak Chong Landmark Hotel
151/1 Mittraphap Rd, Pakchong
T: (044) 280 047 F: (044) 280 122

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