Well, I go to Udon Thani quite a lot. But, you see, I stay at a number of different hotels. Over the past ten years, several hotels have popped up.
This is one of the best ones, if not, the most chill one in the city.
Why? Well, as people have mentioned, it has the 360 degree view. That's lovely just to go up and read, especially at night, when it's nice and cool outside. You can see people jogging, the big pond, and enjoy the sunlights of Udon Thani.
Also, the rooms -- some people have complained about the thin walls. Well, in Udon Thani, all hotels have relatively thin walls. Welcome to Thailand.
People have also complained about the showers. Well, if you have ever gone anywhere that has one of those water heaters that are quite small, that's next to where the shower water head, then you'd realise that's just the way it is. Believe me, I've been to the expensive ones and I've been to the cheap ones, they all have that kind of generator. There are no central boilers in Udon Thani's hotel scene (for one, no one has a basement due to the kind of soil is simply too watery to let that happen, as the building would begin to sink). It's also hard to have a boiler on the top of the building, because, during the summer it might overheat.
But what is important?
The air conditioning is great. Top model. One of the best you can possibly buy.
The breakfast is lovely.
The bed is really nice.
It's a very reasonable price.
It's in a quiet area (believe me, even the best hotels have bars and discos behind them in Udon, this is by far one of the quietest in the city).
So, overall, I highly recommend it! 5 stars!