Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Nakhon Sawan does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Anodard Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Nakhon Sawan, Anodard Hotel is located a short distance from Nakhon Sawan Tower (1.5 mi) and Chao Por Chao Mae Na Pha Shrine (2.5 mi).
Rooms at Anodard Hotel provide a sofa and a seating area, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Anodard Hotel.
While in Nakhon Sawan, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Anodard Hotel, including April's Brasseries (0.8 mi), Maison456 Bar & Bistro (1.2 mi), and @Thonglor Restaurant (0.9 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Wat Khiriwong (1.2 mi), Sawan Park (1.0 mi), and Wat Woranat Banphot (0.7 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Anodard Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Nakhon Sawan.
Dirty old hotel, they do not answer the phone or email, as other people have observed, the hotel is not a place that one would chose to stay in, nor would I recomend such action - best find somewhere else.
As other people has described it is a old and a little dirty hotel. However the bed is clean and you have a hot and cold shower. I would there by argue that this accommodation suits people with low expectation who only look for a bed. The wifi is ok, but connection strength varies. The cleaning staff shows more hospitality than the staff in reception.
The corridors look like a Soviet prison and the rooms are old and tired. Ants in the bathroom and a few on the bed, cracked drains, cracked toilet seat, no hot shower, constantly noisy from people (staff? Certainly didn't notice too many other guests) walking up and down corridors at night. Staff are unfriendly and don't speak much English. The only good things were a relatively comfy bed, aircon, free cold water in the endless plastic bottles the Thais can't seem to get enough of, and good wifi (when it worked, about 90% of the time). Spend the money and stay somewhere else if you have to stay in this godawful town for whatever reason. Avoid!
Stuff doesnt speak any English and couldn' understand, that we booked a room on Agoda. Rooms are old and untidy and there is no hot water in the shower. But still its the cheapest place in this city and worth to stay one night just to sleep.
The photos on this site look like they come from a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT hotel...Seriously the hotel doesn't look like that at ALL. Very old-school in looks (dingy), but that wasn't the problem. In fact, I loved the size of the room and the bed was nice in that Asian hard-comfy way. My issue is that there is *no hot water* and the WIFI is absolutely terrible. It was my boyfriend's birthday back home and I could only text/talk to him in short blips because the internet wouldn't just cut out, but would *completely disappear*. It would work for about three minutes and then be GONE for up to an hour. Would stay elsewhere if I were going back to Nakhon Sawan.