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Hotels in Korat city

 
Dusit Princess Korat
1137 Suranarai Road, Naimuang District, Amphur Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, 30000
Tel. 044256629
Website: http://www.dusit.com
Email: dusit_korat@hotmail.co.th  Facebook: www.facebook.com/Dusitkorat

Sima Thani Hotel
112/2 Mittrapap Road, Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima, 30000, Thailand
Tel. (+66) (44) 213100
Fax: (066) (44) 213121
Website: http://www.simathani.com

The Airport Hotel Korat
1113 Det Udom Road, Naimuang , Muang, Nakornratchasima, 30000
Tel.0-4427-5305-7
Fax.0-4427-4501
Website: http://www.theairportkorathotel.com/indexeng.html , Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001300422585

Hermitage Hotel Korat
725/2 Thaosura Rd., Muang Nakhon Ratchasima 30000
Tel. (+66) (44) 247447, (044) 247444,  Fax (+66) 4424-7461
email: reservation@hermitagethailand.com
Website: (English) www.hermitagethailand.com/hotel , http://www.hermitagethailand.com

Panjadara Hotel
281/19 Chainarong, Amper Muang, 3000
Tel.  (044) 257267   Fax: (044) 257855
email: info@punjadarahotel.com
Website: http://www.punjadarahotel.com

Raya Grand Hotel Korat
2173/2 Suebsiri Road, A.Muang, Nakornratchasima 30000
Tel: 044-354-354
Fax: 044-354-966
email: contact@rayagrand.com , rayagrand@mail.com
Website: http://www.rayagrand.com

Sabai Hotel Korat
1 Moo 6, Murnwai District, Muang Korat, 30000 Thailand
Tel. 044-295-999 (Auto) Mobile: 08-9949-9848 Fax 044-295122   
Email: sabaihotelkorat@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.sabaihotelkorat.com

Sansabai House, Korat
335 Suranaree Road, A. Meang, Korat, 30000
Tel: (044) 255-144, (081) 547-3066
Email: sansabaikorat@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.sansabai-korat.com/en/index.htm

Sri Patana Hotel, Korat
346 Suranaree Road, Nakhon Ratchasima
Tel. 044-251652-4 Fax: 0-44-251655
Website: http://www.sripatana.com

V-One Hotel, Korat
Changphurk Road, Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima 
Tel. +66 (0) 44 342-444  Fax +66 (0) 44 342-400
Email: v-onehotel@v-onehotelkorat.com  Website: www.v-onehotelkorat.com

Ratchapreuk Hotel
311 Mittraphap Rd, Nakhon Ratchasima.
Tel: (044) 261222; Fax: (044) 261278
Website: http://www.rachaphruk.com/En/aboutUs.asp
Email: admin@rachaphruk.com

KS Pavillion Hotel
245 Mitrapap Road, Nakhon Ratchasima.
Tel: (044) 261944/5, 263039; Fax: (044) 263043
Website: http://www.kspavilionhotel.com/home-en.php
Email: kspavilionhotel@gmail.com

Chaopraya Inn
62/1 Jormsurangyat Road, Nakhon Ratchasima
Tel: (044) 260-544; 260-555; Fax: (044) 258 657
Website: http://www.chaophayainn.com
Email: hotel@chaophayainn.com

City Park Hotel
555/55 Mittraphap Road, Amphur Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat) 30000 THAILAND.
Tel. 044-247555 Fax: 044-241717
Website: www.cityparkhotel-korat.com
Email: citypark_korat@yahoo.co.th

Korat Hotel (formerly K Stars Hotel)    
191 Asadang Rd. A. Muang Nakhon Ratchasima 30000
Phone: +66 (0) (44) 341345
Fax: +66 (0) (44) 341125

Pegasus Tower Hotel
444/4 Mitrapap Road; Amphur Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000
Tel (044) 272841-6; Fax 272847

Siri Hotel
688-690 Pho Klang Rd, Nakhon Ratchasima. 
Tel: (044) 242 831, (044) 241 556 
Fax: 0 4424 2831, 0 4424 1556
Website: http://www.sirihotelkorat.com
Email: sirihotel@hotmail.com 

100 HOUSE HOTEL
Mukamontri Road, Korat
Tel: 044-213222
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/100-HOUSE-HOTEL/112381532203464

Telephone codes
Thailand country code = 066 / +66 (mobile)
Korat area code = 044 / +44 (mobile)


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« Last Edit: December 05, 2011, 02:54:12 PM by Administrator »


johnandjip

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Thank-you Admin...but can anyone recommend one of them?


melyianna

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the siri hotel is cheap and clean (and near the sportsbar and the george and dragon)
but the beds are too hard for my personal taste. (totally thai-hardness beds)
rooms are about 500 baht a night i think for the basic and up to 1200 baht a night for a larger room.
(i may be remembering that wrong but that should be about right)

the simathani is more expensive but WELL worth it. very comfortable and clean rooms. pool. exercise facilities. room service. GREAT buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

i'm not sure how much my room was regularly - i booked through agoda.com and got 40 or 50% off (i booked on friday during a special half-off promo), and i used agoda.com points for $25 and i paid like $40. so probably $130 US a night regular price? but that was free breakfast and it wasn't the standard room. it was a step-up... the... deluxe room? i don't remember what it was called. i wanted to move in. i really loved it.



johnandjip

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Thanks for the info...sometimes a little luxury makes a place a whole lot better.....





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recommend ... R rom D resort at Sueb siri 24  -- from 580THB  nice and clean..  :D


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I've not stayed in all the hotels mentioned, but of the ones I have stayed in:

- the Dusit is very nice, great rooms, great breakfast. But you need transport - in many ways very similar to the Sima Thani and Mely's observations.
- The Sabai hotel is OK.
- I've stayed at the Punjadara numerous times: not lavish, location is OK, reasonable rates. Not much English spoken, and this is also a busy hotel for coach stop-off's, weddings, meetings etc. It can get very busy in the evenings and the mornings (i.e. absolutely packed).
- The Airport Hotel is basic and not comfortable.
- V-One is decent.
- Hermitage is a bit grim - the rooms are huge but the hotel is very tired and it is out of town.
- Chayada Resort is good value; quiet location, fairly close to town (only a few minutes by tuk, and you can walk if inclined). The rooms are like mini-apartments. Probably one of my favorites in Korat. The staff are very friendly (see http://www.chayadaresort.com/index_en.php)
- City Park has nice rooms and a good location in town and very close to the Mall - for anyone not familiar with Korat this is possibly the best choice.

I think most can be booked via Agoda.com.


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I have started booking rooms through Booking.com and found their rates slightly better


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R rom D is very good, only two minutes behind the Walrus Pub. Its best to phone ahead as they are very busy.

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Have stayed at Raya Grand several times,,,,pretty good but book first as its always pretty busy.
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I have started booking rooms through Booking.com and found their rates slightly better

better than agoda?

do they also give you points that you can redeem for free rooms / extra discounts?

i've been very impressed with agoda and after just a few stay i had enough points to redeem for a free night


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Are the hotels in the list in any particular order?

I usually book with Agoda or Asiarooms.
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Are the hotels in the list in any particular order?

I usually book with Agoda or Asiarooms.
No particular order.


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Whenever i have stayed in Korat have always used the Dusit, problem is i always go to the same places (The Mall)and want a change. Any hotels to recommend in the old part of town which i have rarely been to please


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You will not find anything of the Dusit standard in town: the closest (in standard) is the Sima Thani.

If you want to be in town there is the San Sabai (http://www.sansabai-korat.com/en/index.htm). It is almost next door to the George and Dragon, and everything is pretty much in walking distance. But don't expect anything like the Dusit!


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The KR hotel and Jom Surang hotel are near Korat night bazaar.
The Sri Patana hotel is opposite to check inn pub.
The Chao Pha Ya hotel is near Klang plaza shopping center.
The City Park hotel and KS pavilion hotel are near the Mall.
 
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Hi just a quick question last time we stayed in Korat we had to be near Maharat hospital as step son was in there (RIP), but we stayed in a hotel on the main highway I think, big car park out the front and nice comfortable beds, they also had a buffet breakfast in the morning (pretty average). I have forgotten the name of the hotel, any BMs have any ideas which one is may be?

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Hi just a quick question last time we stayed in Korat we had to be near Maharat hospital as step son was in there (RIP), but we stayed in a hotel on the main highway I think, big car park out the front and nice comfortable beds, they also had a buffet breakfast in the morning (pretty average). I have forgotten the name of the hotel, any BMs have any ideas which one is may be?

Thanks in advance,
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There are several hotels on Mitrapap Road. The Sima Thani Hotel, the Ratchapreuk Hotel, the KS Pavillion Hotel and the City Park Hotel. They are all not far from the Mall. The Sima Thani Hotel is on the same side of the road as the Mall, the others are on the opposite side. The Ratchapreuk hotel is quite near Big C.

There's also the Pegasus Tower Hotel, which is not far from Maharat hospital. Its address is Mitrapap Road but it's on the stretch of road between Big C and Joho. The V-One hotel is near the Pegasus Hotel and nearer to Maharat Hospital but it's not located on Mitrapap Road.

As far as I recall, all those hotels have good sized car parks.
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Thanks Alfie you jogged my memory it was the KS Pavillion hotel, looked up the picture on the web and yep that was it.

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Ratchapreuk Hotel
311 Mittraphap Rd, Nakhon Ratchasima.

I'm afraid this one ought to be removed from the list. It closed down for good 2 days ago, April 18. It seems it had been for sale for a long time without success.
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Ratchapreuk Hotel
311 Mittraphap Rd, Nakhon Ratchasima.


I'm afraid this one ought to be removed from the list. It closed down for good 2 days ago, April 18. It seems it had been for sale for a long time without success. A photo circulating on social networks now.

Ratchapruek Hotel is under renovation and due to re-open by the end of this month as Fortune Rajpruek Hotel โรงแรมฟอร์จูนราชฤกษ์. New sign already on. Room photos in this article (in Thai). It's already on hotel booking sites.
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