Tamsabai Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Nakhon Sawan, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Tamsabai Hotel, visitors can check out Chao Por Chao Mae Na Pha Shrine (2.2 mi), which is a popular Nakhon Sawan attraction.
Tamsabai Hotel is a hotel offering a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Nakhon Sawan. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you are looking for something to do in the area, Wat Hat Sai Ngam (1.1 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Tamsabai Hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Nakhon Sawan!
very easy to find this hotel for it is opposit to Macro.This six storages hotel is well decorated in Loft style.What I like most is extra pillow(normally most budget hotel provides just 2 pillows).All hotel stasffs had good welcome and services.The breakfast is fine.
The Thai wife and I stayed here for a night recently. It is a hotel that largely caters for Thais. Check-in went reasonably smoothly and we found ourselves in a basic and clean room in the late afternoon. Wifi was strong and stable but there appears to be a limit of two concurrent devices per room, an unacceptable limitation in this day and age. While it says concurrent, logging a device out and even turning it off was not enough to reset the concurrent device count. We decided to have a light early dinner in the restaurant. The food is pre-prepared and the staff keep a ledger of how many of each meal is left as you order. Nevertheless both our meals ended up being tasty. However I do object to having a cat in the restaurant rubbing itself on my legs, walking on the dining tables and generally, just being there. It may well have been the same cat I saw walking on the front desk counter earlier. Looking around the hotel I saw a number of cat motifs but having such an animal roaming the hotel in the manner I observed is not acceptable. Back to the room to discover there were no towels. Thai wife makes the call and was informed because the hotel was full the night before, there are not enough towels until the freshly laundered towels are returned to the hotel. We are promised towels by 7:00pm. At 7:30pm my wife had to go down to the front desk to again request them. Provided at 7:45pm. Additionally the television did not work. There are two remotes, one to turn the television on and off and another to control the channel switching box. The television remote did not work but at least the television could be turned on via a button on it. Once this was done the channel switching mechanism refused to work. A call to the front desk resulted in an employee coming to the room but being unable to fix it. I declined the offer to call a service technician who would come later that evening. Breakfast next day was fine if your breakfast tastes are confined to Thai. Despite the room rate including the breakfast buffet I decided to pay extra for the eggs and sausages which turned out to be okay. I supplemented that with some pastries from the buffet. The wife spotted a coffee machine and we had visions of a latte but the server informed us it was broken.…
This hotel is absolutely fine. What we loved about it was that after paying "island prices" and interacting with people who are sick of tourists on Phuket, we had a nice typical Thai experience at this hotel. The staff were SO NICE and the room service was cheap and delicious. The beds were hard like they all are in Thailand, and the cat pictures on the wall were really funny. My kiddos loved the jingjoks and we even caught a cute little baby one. Breakfast was fine. Nothing special. Oh yeah! The homemade ice cream in the case was fabulous! Also we visited the aquarium and it is a MUST SEE if you are big science nerds like my family. We loved it!
We stayed at the Tamsabai Hotel during the Bueng Boraphet Marathon event. It is a new modern hotel outside the city with friendly staff located about 5 Km from the Bueng Boraphet main entry (aquarium and crocodile park). The rooms are sober and clean, but lack a bit of atmosphere. There is a modern security camera system. We liked very much the beds (2 pillows/bed). Rooms came with flat screen TV, air-conditioning and refrigerator. Place enough to get rid of your bags. Clothes hangers existent. Poor number of TV-channels (only Thai). Our bathroom had an unpleasant smell presumably coming from the drain. The price included an ersatz breakfast, consisting of instant beverages, sandwiches and pastry. In our opinion this breakfast could be improved. There is no restaurant, but on the other hand there is a small selection of food that can be ordered. The nearest restaurant (Saeb I Li) is a 200 meters walk along a busy road (not bad food). There is good parking space on the plot. Tamsabai Hotel is good value for you money.…
Clean and reasonable price. Staffs are nice. Hotel decoration is simple but comfortable, situated in quiet area, not far from main road. Breakfast is bakeries and coffee. There are cats around the lobby. We will come back ofcourse!