Clean room with full accommodation and new construct, good professional staff ,located on center easy to find, not busy from noise and crowd, parking is very comfortable, security 24 hour and good price. Also have small restaurant in front of hotel.No doubt to booking here.
We used Lonely Planet as a guide to finding a good place to stay but all were run-down mouldy and very tired looking. Using Trip advisor we found this great and clean newer hotel at a very affordable price. Staff was very polite and did their very best at communicating in the little english they knew. A simple breakfast of toast, jam, juice and coffee/tea was included in the price. On the downside the room was a bit on the dark side, but the hotel has a variety of rooms, where some has more light. On the main road outside of the hotel a few nice little roadside restaurants with good food and a fruitstall is to be found. A short walk further and you have shops, cafe's, restaurants, the riverfront etc.
Very good value hotel at around 500 bht a night including coffee, orange juice and toast for breakfast. The en-suite rooms are simple and clean with aircon and freeview TV. Ample parking at the front and friendly reception staff. No English spoken tho' so that is restricting for tourists. There isn't a lift so book a ground floor room or you'll have to lug bags upstairs. Its situated just past the hospital coming from the town centre. The hospital is well sign posted.
What makes this hotel special is the extraordinary value for money which it offers. Recently built, it caters to a predominantly Thai clientele; during our stay my partner was the only westerner whom we saw there. So if you do not speak Thai you will find a dual-language phrasebook very useful. The staff (at all levels) were friendly and helpful, so language difficulties should not prove to be any great obstacle. We took two rooms at 400 baht per night each and were astounded to achieve so good accommodation at so reasonable a price. I am of course talking three-star here, not rampant luxury, but both rooms, though smallish, were freshly decorated, spotlessly clean, sweet-smelling and equipped with decent flat-screen (LG) TVs, small fridge, limited but adequate cupboard space, highly efficient Mitsubishi aircon, tiled floors and a couple of power points. No safe in the rooms, though. The bathrooms were similarly basic - WC, bum blaster, handbasin (cold water only) and shower in which the electric wall water heater delivered a supply as hot as you could bear and at high pressure. The room rate includes "breakfast" but in reality this is just coffee, fruit juice, toast and marmalade, Thai doughnuts and a small cake - no eggs, bacon or anything of any substance. But given the price, this is nothing to grumble about. We felt that the location was pretty good (N16.45998, E099.52866 - about 300m south of the Kamphaengphet Hospital); it is on one of the main arterial roads through the town. But you need a vehicle of some kind; there is very little in the way of public transport - the hotel offers bicycles on request. There is a large on-site carpark but it can get quite full. Kamphaengphet seems to have almost nothing in the way of a structured tourist industry (we liked this - a refreshing change) and in this sense it represents the "real Thailand" that many tourists claim to be looking for. It is charming and genuine but not at all exciting. The historic park is worth a visit but is overshadowed by the similar offerings at Sukothai which are more spectacular and better advertised. The Tuesday night-market on the east bank of the Ping river, close to the island, was good fun. If we visit Kamphaengphet again, as we very probably shall, we shall certainly stay once more at the Green Park Hotel - it completely fulfilled our requirements at minimal cost.…
Tip: tuk tuk to the bus station is 50 bath/pp. Cons: staff doesn't speak English BUT they are really attentive and they do their best to understand the guests (even using Google translator). We stayed in the superior king bed room (470 bath) because the deluxe rooms weren't available. Our room was clean and comfy. It has a flat screen TV and a fridge. The rate includes a simple breakfast: toast, Thai pastries, coffee and juice (check my pics). If you prefer you can buy some cereal and milk on Tesco or 7 Eleven (very close) and the hotel staff will provide you bowls and spoons.
New in 2012 the hotel provides a better than average area hotel with good air conditioning, small clean rooms, clean bath, continental breakfast , at a bargain internet price. The beds a little hard as is with most 3* hotels, but this hotel will be hard to beat under an additional $25 (750 baht) a night. Parking good and location is not far from central areas. The value is such that I would consider returning when next in the area. I stayed in a hotel in the next night costing 3 times as much, and one of the top two hotels in the area and feel that the prices did not justify the stay.
This is a great hotel for a short stop to see the ruins. The rooms are clean and bright with all the conveniences you need. The bed is comfortable and there is lots of hot water for the shower. This hotel is fine and for the price a great bargain. The front desk has a card with pictures of the rooms so checking in in English is relatively easy. I would definitely stay here again.
This hotel is modern, relatively clean and very cheap considering the room has a fridge, hot shower, a/c and good quality bed. The staff speak very little English but were kind and helpful and we got by. They offer terrible bikes for free- really useful as the hotel is a little way out of town. We made it right round the historical park which was good but not on a par with sukothai or si satchnalai on the bikes but felt it afterwards! We only had a standard room; it was a little tatty but basically clean and for 450 baht was a bargain. We looked at hotels on the other side of the river and they were very good value but you are very cut off from the main part of town. We would recommend green park over any of the other budget choices in town. At weekends book ahead as it is very full. …
Thanks to those who made a review on Tripadvisor. My family had a nice stay in superior room last night. The cost per night is surprisingly cheap. 360bht for a standard room for2pp, 450bht for superior, and 600bht for a suit for4pp. 100bht for an extra person. The cost we paid is nothing comparing a bright airy clean room with good electric appliance, hi-speed wifi, safe carpark, bicycle lending service, hot shower, also a breakfast provided by the hotel. Only drawbacks i can think about is staff can speak limited English. If u cant speak Thai, u may need to ask for help from Thai guest to communicate to hotel staff. Just FYI for travellers, Kamphaeng Phet is a big city. Tourist attractions are scattered. It is too far to reach each tourist spot by foot.
This is a hotel typically used by Thai visitors rather than foreigners. It is not listed in Lonely Planet and the like (a reason why TripAdvisor has become so useful) and they are not used to non-Thai guests. No English is spoken. The experience began badly when I phoned for a room and the receptionist told me "no speak English" and hung up on me. I asked a Thai friend to phone and all was arranged. I took a lower-priced room for 360 baht, and it was perfectly nice. Very clean and well furnished with comfortable bed and big TV. Excellent air conditioning. modern. Really a bargain -- and you can also get more luxurious rooms for not much more! A free breakfast is included but it is frankly rather basic and you'd do better going out. Note that the hotel is some distance from the historical park and that there are long distances to walk at the park itself so it is a good idea to take a vehicle to stay with you for your visit and being you back to the hotel. The hotel can arrange this -- but you will need to find a guest who speaks some English to translate for you so that the hotel staff -- very nice people -- can understand and make arrangements.…