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Reviewed 9 October 2018

Arrived mid afternoon and was efficiently welcomed at reception and quickly escorted to our room with 4 pieces of luggage. As I use a CPAP machine it is always my first item to check that there is a power point on one side of the bed or the other. In our room there was no such thing. The nearest one was located on the opposite wall needing an extension cord. I admit there was also one at the desk but it also was located on the opposite wall but using the extension cord could cause a trip on a bathroom visit during the night.
As it happens I always carry an extension cord but when plugging it in found there was very limited power requiring a visit by the Sunday on duty electrician. Whilst waiting we noticed that the room was quite dark with low power lights – 2 at bedside, 1 at entry, 1 in the bathroom, 1 at the desk & 1 at the reading chair. With all 6 lights turned on it was still a quite dark room. One of the bedside lights had blown requiring a replacement globe.
The electrician arrived and checked the power outlet by I suspect tightening the screws of the wall plate. His assistant plugged in his testing equipment and it blew out. I plugged in my equipment and found I now had the full 220v. At the same time, he replaced the globe in the bedside light.
Generally speaking this deluxe room is quite large with plenty of space for luggage & the bathroom is quite adequate.
A quick snack in the coffee shop was disappointing & expensive by local standards in that the service was quite slow with us being the only 2 in the room. Breakfast was quite the opposite with a large range of items from which to choose. A fulfilling experience.
Our 2-night stay was an enjoyable one but we did not have time to use the pool or health club. A dinner with business friends in the Beer Garden was an enjoyable but expensive experience.

Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Radar47
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

We chose this based mainly for its location but also for its reviews. It's a very busy hotel with a very grandiose, if eccentric, main reception area. There are plenty of places to explore: large function rooms, a snooker/pool club, and probably lots of other oddities hiding away in the myriad of corridors. For a large hotel I was surprised to find that parking is away in the multi-storey close by but they do have a valet service for this, and that there are no baby cots available. The swimming pool is pretty good. I think this part of the hotel was built later. The main rooms almost have a '60s feel with a large console next to the bed for switching lights and the TV on and off. The radio and music options, though, were probably disconnected quite a long time ago. One complaint I do have is that the external windows were pretty dirty. Then again, the view wasn't up to much. Can't fault the breakfast, though. Quite a wide range of food, though mainly Thai.

Room tip: A high floor is probably best.
Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Russell B
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Reviewed 20 September 2018 via mobile

Stayed here for 2 nights, celebrating engagement, the allocated was dirty and the stale smell from the the was unbelievable, told reception said they would clean again, went down to reception to ask for transfer or upgrade.
I was charged another 300 Bht per night, went to the room the smell not as bad, but room still dirty, room service came but half heartedly done.
The only good thing was the celebration.
Checking out to pay for extras, 24500 Bht about to pay when was told I had to pay ANOTHER 30 Bht FOR A GLASS THAT HAD BEEN BROKEN IN THE ROOM BY ACCIDENT.
Asked if this was correct was told I had to pay.
Stayed in hotels in many countries nether had to pay fur a broken glass.
Not very happy, but paid the 30 Bht and left for airport.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank malaines
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Reviewed 16 September 2018

The Kosa hotel in Khon Kaen is one of my favorite places. The room are big and modern with alll the facilities you would expect. The price is also very reasonable. The Kosa has a outdoor steak garden serving fantastic steaks and very cheap prices. A great place to stay in Central Khon Kaen. The hotel serves a good buffet breakfast each morning with a good range of Asia and European foods.

Date of stay: May 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank 892christian
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Reviewed 14 September 2018 via mobile

Food provided in this hotel is good. A lot of variety choices. Provide Japanese, Chinese and local delights. You can enjoy a local transitional in this hotel. All staff wearing transitional dress code.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank 111kennyc
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