Lee Garden Hotel already fully booked during the weekend, so I booked this Hadyai Golden Crown Plaza Hotel for my family (all 6 of us). Its very near to Kim Yong Market and shopping malls in Hat Yai.
Our rooms facing the road, very nice views. Quite big room, big bed, big chair. I have no complaints regarding the service. There tv, a mini fridge, small kettle for making coffee and tea. Clean toilet. hmmm... seems okay to me :-)))
Picture 2 - a house hidden by so many hotels and buildings. I like the rooftop.
Picture 3 - A loving mother bathing her child..hmmm..
If you have to stay overnight in Hat Yai, the Cathay Guest House, 93/1 Thanon Niphat Uthit 2, not far from the trainstation and Thanon Thumnoonviti and is popular with travellers and is one of the cheapest places in Hat Yai, no aircon etc.
Has a fairly good travel agency and a Restaurant at the top floor.
The new Season Hotel in Hat Yai is a cheaper alertative if you want a comfortable hotel in a central location. Wireless Internet in lobby and coffee shop. Choice of rooms and suites. Excellent value for money, air conditioned twin/double incluidng breakfast about from the local Thai discount booking services like Beachsiam. new Season Hotel is ideal for an overnight stop in Hat Yai or for a longer visit.
Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel is a popular hotel in Hatyai. The reason being is the centrally location. There are 5 levels of shopping, restaurants and entertainment at the building. You can find McDonald's, Sizzler's Steakhouse, Fuji Japanese restaurants, Swenson's Ice-cream and etc here. There is also a cineplex showing thai and english movie. (Make sure the english movie is not dubbed in Thai language.)
If you like street food, there are plenty of choice within walking distance!
Parking lot is available if you are driving to Hatyai.
Sky Buffet on Level 33 gives you a bird's eye view of Hatyai while you enjoy your meal.
Quite a pleasant hotel in Hatyai. Popular with local business and Malaysian tourists.
A bit of walking to downtown shopping center of Hatyai.
Overall, great experience staying here.
Popular with outstation locals and Malaysian tourists.
High rise hotel, a short walking distance from main shopping of Hatyai.
Located in downtown Hatyai and near the Railway Station, it is a very cheap accommodation for an overnight stay or two.
It is run like a typical Chinese owned guesthouse for backpackers or tight budget locals.
Great place to meet other backpackers and read the travelogue written in common living room. Very basic accommodation for the price paid. All rooms with ceiling fan, toilet and shower.
As like other Guesthouses, they can arrange tours and transportation or provide tourist information.
By far the cheapest and most value for money. You've got to stay here to believe it. Walk in customers is charged around 1100 baht/night but if you are able to book it with a local travel agency, you might get away with only 700 baht. A pretty sweet deal for a hotel like this.
Swimming pool, a club house and snooker tables. Their massage house named Romeo was shut down while i was there due to poor business.
Great little hotel on the South side of Hat Yai. Rooms are small and basic. The bathrooms have seen better days, but are always clean. Can't say that I've ever noticed another guest in the hotel after 10pm except in lobby/disco/cafe. Nice when you're trying to sleep. Not in the middle of town, but a 10 min. walk or 40 baht tuk-tuk there. Desk help told me that very few Europeans stay there.
Clean and basic. Price is right. My prefered stay on visa runs.
there are plenty of hotels available in hatyai especially if you arrive in a weekday,you can just walk in and ask for their rate or you can use travel agents to avail of discounts but don't forget to choose a hotel that doesn't offer massages esp. if you are travelling with kids
This 33-storey building houses a shopping complex on its podium... the reception is on the 10th floor and hotel room and facilities from the 8th to the 33rd floor... the rooms are clean and with a great view of hatyai city... however, what is lacking in the room is coffee/tea making facilities and an in-room safe... but room service is good... if you need hot water, it will be delivered to your room within 10 mins...
The hotel has a Chinese restaurant and a Sky Buffet restaurant on the 33rd floor with a 360-degree panaromic view of the city skyline...
The podium shopping complex has many eateries, not that you need to have your food there as roadside food stalls are plentiful in this city... McDonalds, KFC, Pizza Hut and Fuji Japanese Restaurant are among some of the food outlets here... On the 5th floor is the Coliseum Cineplex with world-class theaters showing first run English films as well as Thai films... There are also retail shops for Wacoal, Cerruti, Lacoste, Adidas, Nike products and others...
This hotel is always a favourite with travellers from Malaysia. It used to be booked fully on Malaysian public holidays and weekends until the bombing scared many away.
The rooms and bathrooms are clean although its elevators can be very busy since the building houses not only the hotel but also other amenities like spa and restaurant that is open to the public. But don't worry, there are many lifts and they are fast.
This hotel takes its security seriously with checks under cars and in boots for those that use its parking facilities. There are also security doors at every level of the hotel rooms which you need to enter by swiping a card.
Its midday buffet is also very famous although I haven't the opportunity to try it yet.
You can buy discount vouchers for the hotel from travel agents around this hotel. If you take a taxi from the Malaysian border, you will definitely be taken to one.
Right in the heart of Hat Yai business district and near to all that you will want from visiting Hat Yai - hawker food, massage centres, shopping, restaurants, travel agents, fast food, other hotels.
Just in case anyone else accidently ends up stuck in this city, The Regancy is central, easy to find and not bad value at approximately 20 English quid per double ensuite room per night and they'll throw in breakfast as well.
Good for business trips or if you're simply fed up of roughing it - this Hotel has all the little luxuries that make it all worth while :)
Clean and tidy. For the price of 600 Baht per night, and no surcharge from the hotel rate itself, this is a very good accomodation, i believe.
But if you buy the voucher from the travel agents (such as Konsortium, less than 80m away), they might only qoute you for 560 Baht. I went in the peak season and some travel agents qouted me for 750 Baht.
Overall impression of this hotel to me is very clean. There's a TV, fridge, a/c, bath tub and the toilet floor is made up of marble. Far more better than what i think before going into the hotel. They even provide 2 bottles of 1L distrilled water each day.
But there is no view from the room's window as they face the Lee Garden Plaza. Maybe the other side of the building will have a better view.
Central location of the tourist spot. Beside the Lee Garden Plaza and opposite of Novetel Central. There's a sexy bar, Turkish/Thai ancient massage, and a relax club inside the hotel iteself.
I love this place, becouse it has a cafe just infront of "reception" which is very coasy. Anybody there is welcome to the general conversation whith anybody. And usually it's a place where all are talking to all over a beer or tea or else. The place never sleeps. Even at night you can find some people there. Near the train station and night life places, shoping mall.
TV, wonderful and extreamly friendly staff. Bar, snack store all inside. Downstairs they have a tour and transport agency, i mean a table... All under one name Cathay. Twin room is ONLY 5$. Not the cheapest in city (cheapest is 4$), but better than cheapest... Best location!
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