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63 Moo 1, Route 108 (centre of town on main road), Khun Yuam T: (053) 691 057, (081) 992 8993 F: (053) 691 057   sdkookiat@hotmail.com

Mitkhoonyuom Hotel

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Mitkhoonyuom is located on the east side of the main highway as it passes through the centre of town, so it’s convenient also for the local cafes. It’s something of a motel set-up, so you’ll find a concrete car park instead of a lush garden out front, but rooms are perfectly acceptable and come with a teak finish and en suite bathroom with hot water. Decoration is simple but rooms have a cosy feel and staff are friendly too. There’s a choice of fan or air-con rooms – they are very similar other than the cooling system and at almost similar rates, with no high season supplement.

They also have a cafe and seating area in front of reception serving drinks and, in high season, simple food.

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Walk-in rates at Mitkhoonyuom Hotel

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
400 baht
400 baht
Fan-cooled
Superior double room
500 baht
500 baht
Air-con. Larger room 800 baht.
Room: Standard double room, low season: 400 baht, high season 400 baht. Notes: Fan-cooled
Room: Superior double room, low season: 500 baht, high season 500 baht. Notes: Air-con. Larger room 800 baht.

Where is Mitkhoonyuom Hotel

Mitkhoonyuom Hotel
63 Moo 1, Route 108 (centre of town on main road), Khun Yuam
T: (053) 691 057, (081) 992 8993 F: (053) 691 057  
sdkookiat@hotmail.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 97º56'2.44" E, 18º49'30.28" N
Room rates: Under 600B

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