Welcome to Pimarn Hotel, your Nakhon Sawan “home away from home.” Pimarn Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Pimarn Hotel, visitors can check out Chao Por Chao Mae Na Pha Shrine (2.3 mi) and Wat Hat Sai Ngam (2.5 mi), some of Nakhon Sawan's top attractions.
Rooms at Pimarn Hotel offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience.
A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special.
While staying in Nakhon Sawan, you can check out a popular Chinese restaurant like Leng Hong Restaurant - Nakhon Sawan, which is serving up some great dishes.
Pimarn Hotel puts the best of Nakhon Sawan at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Good hotel with the greatest location for everyone.Near and good for transportation The bus station. Welcome to Nakonsawan ,Pimarn hotel.We know this hotel more than twenty years since we had some plan to be here for business.
We arrived at the start of a Chinese festival so we were never going to get to sleep before midnight as there was music every night the hotel rooms were old and dated but they were a good size and comfortable aircon was good breakfast was okay hit the spot to start the day. Staff were good and the price was definitely value for money.
I had an upset stomach after the breakfast there. The room was pretty horrible. But all this paled into insignificance compared with the service in the bar. I've never been in a hotel where it was impossible to get a decent soft drink. I ordered a lime juice - I asked for no ice so they served it warm! It was pretty horrible and sweetened to the point of being unrecognisable as fruit juice. I then tried an orange juice. Likewise, this was so sweet that I couldn't drink it! The staff were hopeless and had no English whatsoever.
Ok, this place is pretty bad. I was about to give it 1 star, but then I saw the other reviews. Yes, it's old and worn. The carpet is burned in spots, with stains that are likely decades old. There are scuff marks on the wall that have been there for years. The luggage rack broke when I put my suitcase on it. I wasn't sure that the elevator would make it up to my floor. Mold and corrosion in the bathroom. And I was skeptical that the bedbug check would pass... But does it deserve this level of vitriol? Probably not. It was 850 baht/night. It's not a Holiday Inn. It's not to the level of most hostels. I wouldn't put my mother up there. But you won't die from staying there. If it's the worst hotel you've ever stayed at, then you've probably lead a pretty uninteresting life.
Ok, I can relate to the other review. We are heading to Chiang Mai, its 12am in the morning & we need just a room to stay in. Nakhonsawan, not a lot of choice. The Pimarn is the "better" alternative, other than sleeping in the car. The room, disgusting, I have slept in budget hotels in Thailand and they have been fine, usually plain, but clean. The room was mouldy, walls & roof. Doors knocked about, carpets looked like they had been through a dozen "Song-Kran Fesivals" and never been cleaned. Noisey, you would not believe. And for 850 Bht, this place was not worth 200 Bht. The only up side was the breakfast that was Included in the price was buffet style & was "ok". Staff were ordinary, if it was early I would of continued through to Sukathai where we stayed at a great little hotel in April for just over 600 Bht. Do yourself a favour, DONT GO THERE........................ …