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Photo of Sanguanthai HotelSanguanthai Hotel

Adequate budget option

619 Taksin Rd, Tak T: (055) 511 153, (055) 511 265 

Sanguanthai Hotel

The Sanguanthai Hotel is a basic budget option with well-kept rooms in the heart of Tak town.

Photo of Sanguanthai Hotel Accessed by stairs, most of the utilitarian rooms occupy an attached building set just back from the street overlooking a car park. Available with fan or air-con, they all come with cheap linens on hard beds, clean hot-water wet bathrooms, small TVs, large windows and old metal desks that brought back memories of stuffy high school classrooms. The spacious air-con room that we inspected appeared to be very well kept and WiFi is free, making this a good-value choice for backpackers. The boisterous woman and soft-spoken man who run the place speak basically no English but were welcoming when we inquired.

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Last updated on 28th May, 2016.

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Sanguanthai Hotel
619 Taksin Rd, Tak
T: (055) 511 153, (055) 511 265 

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