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A good and Reasonably priced hotel in Ubon city centre

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Price Outside inn near airport. Nicer Toshang half way between city center and mall.

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Everything I experienced at the Outside Inn was very good. The service/ the room/ the facilities and more so, the food !!!

I will not be bothering to look elsewhere!

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I'd reckon the Tokyo hotel at Chajanghoon Rd, the main road.In the center of town, I think around 400 baht/night, wireless Internet and easy to get to all other places via Songtaew. -wai2.gif

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Think you will find that Tokyo rooms are now +100 baht above your price guide Sirchai. Prices went up about 4 months ago. Phadaeng and Chatsuree are better in that unbreakfasted category at 500 baht for a kingsize or two single beds. They are newer mansion hotels, therefore newer feel, eg 42" LCD TV's and non-ticky-tacky wardrobes; you will also get free coffee (+ maybe Chinese donuts at Phadaeng). No extras at Tokyo (other than those of a certain payable variety proffered by the notorious boom2 salesman carparking guy smile.png).

650 baht would get you a room at Outside Inn OP. Rooms are similar in kit and feel, but you would get more personable (American+Thai) service, Tex-Mex (+Thia) food on hand and a falang breakfast (fruit/juices/coffee/toast/eggs) included. Worth it in my view, if you don't need to be located right in the centre of town. Worth knowing for tourists that Outside Inn also rents out its own cycles and step thru motorbikes.

T3 House is another very central newish mansion and apparently well-regarded. (rated No 1 of 24 on Agoda). Prices are however now creeping up (to meet high ratings/high occupancy demand I suspect). I'm giving that a whirl this weekend - 700 baht, even prepaying through Agoda. Pretty sure you could get it at 550 baht a year ago.

If you want to go on the cheaper side, you may get close ish to 400 baht a night for a kingsize at A+. Slightly off-central. That's on my target list to try out sometime. At the higher (and highest available) end my recommendations would be Tohsang City (say 1,000 to 1,200) and Sunnee (say 1,400 to 1,750)

Everyone has their own views/priorities of course. I visit Ubon every month and try to get around - I have no allegiances to any of the above and have stayed in all mentioned here except T3 and A+.

That's what I'd call a perfect answer. Your posts are always very informative, my appreciation.

Thanks for sharing. I'm living (working) here from Monday to Friday since three years and it seems I don't know much about Ubon.-wai2.gif

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The Outside Inn will be closed from 29th of January to 28th of February, as the hosts are off to visit family in the US! smile.png

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Hey burgan do you know any hotels close to nam yuen?

There is a wonderful Farmstay about 13km west of Nam Yuen, called the Suan Loong Daeng. Very friendly staff, good food and clean chalet rooms for about 500 baht. Definitely the place to stay if passing through. They have their own website.

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Hey burgan do you know any hotels close to nam yuen?

There is a wonderful Farmstay about 13km west of Nam Yuen, called the Suan Loong Daeng. Very friendly staff, good food and clean chalet rooms for about 500 baht. Definitely the place to stay if passing through. They have their own website.

Agreed! Best place to stay! thumbsup.gifbiggrin.png

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Hey burgan do you know any hotels close to nam yuen?

There is a wonderful Farmstay about 13km west of Nam Yuen, called the Suan Loong Daeng. Very friendly staff, good food and clean chalet rooms for about 500 baht. Definitely the place to stay if passing through. They have their own website.

Agreed! Best place to stay! thumbsup.gifbiggrin.png

And the beer is always cold

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The Rathchathani in the middle of the city. Always clean and quiet.

My vote for the last 7-8 visits to Ubon! Great location, especially close to city park where there are many excellent night food vendors. Airport transfers available, and a reasonably good restaurant on the lobby level. Rooms are humble, but clean.

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