Tinidee has two separate buildings: the seven-floor hotel is a midrange place while the inn next door is a simpler option for those on a budget and considering those staying in the cheaper building can freely use the pool, gym and multi-sectioned Jacuzzi for free, the low-end rooms are solid value.
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The main building greets you with a security booth, a large car park, an imposing portico and large lobby with a restaurant and ballroom that overflowed with a wedding when we stopped by. Polite uniformed receptionists speak English, handing guests off to bellhops who take them upstairs via a lift.
Rooms in the hotel are typical midrange Thai hotel fare, with firm beds over tile floors, TVs, WiFi, fridges, desks, cushioned chairs and wide windows. The hotel claims to pipe local mineral water into bathrooms that all come with tubs. Deluxe rooms sleep three and connecting rooms are available. Over in the smaller inn fronted by a reception desk in a bare-bones lobby, the tiled rooms lack any trace of decor but aren’t bad value since they also come with air-con, TVs and fridges along with hot-water showers in wet bathrooms, without the mineral-water tubs.
If staying at the inn it’s a two-minute stroll across the car park to the medium-size pool rimmed by tall bushes and with a great Jacuzzi attached. Tinidee also runs a small spa out at Raksawarin Hot Springs, offering free transport from the hotel for guests. The location is slightly removed from downtown; expect a kilometre walk to the nightlife area up on Rueangrat. Note that on booking sites, Tinidee Hotel and Tinidee Inn are each listed separately.
Type of room, low and high season prices
Room: Standard double room, low season: 570 baht, high season 570 baht. Notes: At Tinidee Inn
Room: Superior double room, low season: 1,300 baht, high season 1,300 baht. Notes:
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 1,700 baht, high season 1,700 baht. Notes: