The room is really decently sized with bathroom, TV, balcony, small sofa and fridge included in the room. Very modern and I believe newly built.
We stayed in the biggest room whilst there was 3 of us, at the time costing 800฿ for the room.
There’s a cafe/restaurant situated downstairs and you’re not far away from some tourist locations such as the train bridge in the town or the tiger cave temple.
The reason for the lower star rating is because personally the room that we had (1 double and 1 single bed), the single I slept on was extremely hard that I might as well of been sleeping on the floor, the double bed however was softer. Additionally, I wasn’t a fan of the bathroom design layout and this might just be a totally personal preference but the bathroom is completely merge as one flooring space (toilet, sink and shower) this meaning that when you take a shower the shower room gets wet. This type of layout is rather common in Thailand but I’m just not a fan. Overall, a good place to stay for the price, just some personal preference details and the bed that didn’t quite do it for me. Finally, anyone that likes to have total silence at night might want to consider bringing some ear plugs as you’re situated next to a main road and a pub across the road and the room isn’t soundproof.