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can any one recommend a guest house or cheep (500 bhat/night ish) hotel in phitsanulok. a family friendly place would be ideal, outside of town a bit is fine.

thanks, steve

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The Laithai is in town costs only 440 baht including breakfast.

Excellent rooms with good furnishings

Highly recommended

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I stayed at one called Wiang Keow (I think) for about 400 inc AB.

Decent enough. AC and cable. But the sign for the hotel was only in Thai and off the main road. Close to a shopping mall.

Edit reason. I just re-read the OPs post and saw 'family friendly'. Well, the only problem with this hotel was that they had a lot of call-girls going in and out of the lobby. I didn't know what they were at first and thought that there was a disco in the hotel. :o

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can any one recommend a guest house or cheep (500 bhat/night ish) hotel in phitsanulok. a family friendly place would be ideal, outside of town a bit is fine.

thanks, steve

The Rajapruk Hotel is a good value at about 550 incl abf. Even has a clean pool. On the cheaper side try the London 150bht, 250bht ac.

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The Laithai is in town costs only 440 baht including breakfast.

Excellent rooms with good furnishings

Highly  recommended

this sounds nice. can you tell me how to find it, or if you know a phone number, even better.

thx steve

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Here you go

Lithai Building

73/1 Phayalithai Road

Muang, Phitsanalok

Tel 055 219626-9

OR

just outside town a one year old hotel, on the ring road, 1km east of Tesco

Phukird Hotel

055 232900-2

Edited by Thetyim

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I'll add another shout for the Rajapruk. You also have the added bonus of having the pool to yourself during daylight hours as the only other guests there tend to be Thais.

Be warned though, there is a fishbowl with love suites in the basement. Me and my then GF waltzed straight into the middle of it (while it was closed thankfully) whilst trying to find the pool.

We had a good laugh though that night! I went down for a gander and was dragged in by some of the rowdy punters there. I explained that my missus was upstairs in the room and they insisted I invited her down. We joined them not without a few slight reservations but they were totally uninterested in my missus. I was even allowed to bung her in the fishbowl and then picked her out. We then hopped into a lovesuite.............

She still goes on about her time in a Thai knocking shop to this day!!

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Guys;

I have closed one thread tonight. Please keep the bar and barlady chatter here and not in Thai Visa any more.

Thanks

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Guys;

I have closed one thread tonight. Please keep the bar and barlady chatter here and not in Thai Visa any more.

Thanks

i was greatful for the useful information since i will be taking my GF plus 2 young kids there. i didn't consider it barlady chatter!

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//Edit Remove rave

My missus was a farang. Fishbowls are a part of Thai life.

//Edit Remove another rave

Edited by mattnich

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The HI youth hostel , on the edge of town (airport road) is also pleasant

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can any one recommend a guest house or cheep (500 bhat/night ish) hotel in phitsanulok. a family friendly place would be ideal, outside of town a bit is fine.

thanks, steve

Don't be such a cheap charlie -- treat your family to the ultimate holiday -- Sapprawan Resort on the Phitsanulok to Lom Sak Road -- your wife will look at you in a different light thenceforth. A villa on a private lake with almost no neighbors -- room service brought in on trolley -- kids will love the setting. The price can be negotiated. Usually $40, but can be dropped to $28 with some sweet talk. Forget about the regular rooms; a villa is what you want. Spend some money, man!

:o

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