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"Best Hotel" In Nakhon Ratchasima

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"We were chased down there by an employee from front desk to urge us to pay an extra 100 Baht for the broken glass.

A hotel who can not support a broken glass without needing to chase their customers will not get my repeat business."

I'm curious. What level of breakage is acceptable to you for them to try and get reimbursed from a customer who has broken something?

Would you feel the same way if she had just taken the glass?

Many hotels spell it out, letting you know how much each item in the room will cost you if you decide you want a keepsake, or break it. They've probably had to do that because of the 'never mind' attitude of some of their customers.

I've stayed at the Simi Thani a couple of times and found it very nice.

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I have stayed at the Sabai Hotel many times and at 850b B&B, i think its terrific value. 50b TukTuk ride into Central town so not exactly in the back and beyond.

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I have stayed at the Sabai Hotel many times and at 850b B&B, i think its terrific value. 50b TukTuk ride into Central town so not exactly in the back and beyond.

I'll give the Sabai my vote as well.

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I really did try to word this topic in a way that would be obvious I'm not asking for hotel ideas. I'm asking about THE hotel that which is named "The Best".

Does anyone read entire questions? B)

Ok to answer your question the "Best Hotel" is located on highway 304 (also called the Pak Thong Chai highway as that is the way to Pak Thong Chai) about 3 or 4 km south of the junction with highway 2. It is on the right side as you are heading south and is across from the air force base (think noisy). We in Korat call it the "Worst Hotel". Giving it one star would be generous. A friend and his wife ate there one night and there was a dish rag in her club sandwich. Need I say more?

If that info is correct, I dared stop to have a look at the rooms. Think we were quoted 500 baht, but passed, understand why it would be called "Worst" hotel.

But somewhere same road left side driving South we found an OK hotel, food was lousy though.

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Hello,

Any hotel at walking distance from train station at KORAT ?

Thanks.

No but a metered taxi would only cost you about 40 baht to the Simi Thani. :D

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Rachaphruk Grand Hotel

Mittraphab Rd, Amphur Muang,

Nakhon Ratchasima 30000

Tel. (044)261222

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Rachaphruk Grand Hotel

Mittraphab Rd, Amphur Muang,

Nakhon Ratchasima 30000

Tel. (044)261222

:)

Not close to then train station

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sima thani has always been good to me. san sabai near the old bus station is cheapest cheerful place i heard of. under 400b with air. best hotel is handy for the zoo and just up the road to suranari university are three new GOOD restaurants.

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