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Hat Yai Accommodation Listings

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Seree Grand Resort (★★★)

Seree Grand Resort, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Seree Grand Resort, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Thai: เสรี แกรนด์ รีสอร์ท หาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Excellent 8.4 - See here for details

Address: 179/2 Soi Pracharuamjai, Moo 4, Airport Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 1
Telephone: +66 (0)74 250411
Mobile: +66 (0)86 488 1636
Fax: +66 (0)74 250411
Web Site: Seree Grand Resort
Room Rate: Bt700

Latitude: N 06° 57' 18.0" (N 06° 57.300')

Longitude: E 100° 23' 49.2" (E 100° 23.820')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: When I get stressed out by the insanity of urban Thailand I escape to a very rural part of Hat Yai near the airport. There are just rice fields, rubber plantations, and grazing cows. This resort is located in the same area. It's fairly near the airport, but to find it you have to go along some unmade back roads.

The room rate is Bt700, which includes breakfast and also a free ride to and/or from the airport.

The staff tell you that there is a swimming pool and fitness centre, and these are shown on the marketing material, however, that isn't quite true.

Seri is quite a big property developer in the local area and the owner has built housing developments and a small sports club, which includes a swimming pool and fitness centre. I have taken my children there on more than one occasion.

If you are a guest at Seri Grand Resort you can use the swimming pool and fitness centre, but it is quite a long walk. Alternatively, you can cycle there using one of the free bikes that Seri Grand Resort has for its guests.

If you like peace and quiet Seree will be fine, but if you want things to do there is nothing in this area - not even a 7-Eleven. It is really out of the way.

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S Hadyai Hotel (★★★★)

S Hadyai Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

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Agoda Rating: Excellent 8.5 - See here for details

Address: 220 Prachathipat Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 4
Telephone: +66 (0)74 209761-2
Fax: +66 (0)74 209763
Website: S Hadyai Hotel
Room Rate: Bt1,490-Bt4,000 (breakfast not included)

Latitude: N 07° 00' 26.1" (N 07° 00.436')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 42.0" (E 100° 28.699')

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Comments: This hotel was opened in April 2017 and it replaced the old Yee Fah Grand City hotel.

Despite the economic downturn in recent years, new hotels and guest houses continue to open in Hat Yai. However, there isn't much in the middle. The new places offer either budget/hostel accommodation or target the top end of the market. The S Hadyai falls into the latter category and although the room rates are quite expensive for Hat Yai, it is a very nice place. As with almost all hotels, you will be able to get much better rates if you book on-line.

Here are the walk-in room rates.

Standard room: Monday to Thursday Bt1,490; Friday/Saturday Bt1,640

Junior suite: Monday to Thursday Bt1,990; Friday/Saturday Bt2,140

Family room: Monday to Thursday Bt3,000; Friday/Saturday Bt4,000

These rates don't include breakfast, which is an additional Bt150 per person. Again, if you book on-line you should be able to get a better rate that does include breakfast.

The hotel is very comfortable, but it is located a fair distance from both Lee Gardens Plaza and Central Festival.

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Siam Center Hotel (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมสยามเซ็นเตอร์หาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Very good 7.0 - See here for details

Address: 25-35 Niphat Uthit 2 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Telephone: +66 (0)74 353111
Fax: +66 (0)74 231060
Website: Siam Center Hotel
Room Rate: Bt985 (breakfast not included)

Latitude: N 07° 00' 21.3" (N 07° 00.354')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 10.4" (E 100° 28.174')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: Conveniently located for the centre of town, the Siam Center is at the higher end of the quality scale in Hat Yai's range of hotels. It has the obligatory 'Thai Massage' centre plus a restaurant, Karaoke lounge and snooker hall.

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Siam Hotel

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Thai: สยามโฮเต็ลหาดใหญ่

Address: 22 Rattanaviboon Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Telephone: +66 (0)74 353111
Fax: +66 (0)74 231060
Room Rate: A/C Bt400 per night, Fan Bt300 per night

Latitude: N 06° 59' 50.4" (N 06° 59.841')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 12.0" (E 100° 28.200')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: This is the kind of place you would find recommended in a Lonely Planet guide. It's old and it probably looked exactly the same 30 years ago. Certain types of tourist like this type of hotel because it's how they expect Thailand to be.

It's cheap and it's not too far from the town centre. Nonetheless, it is not somewhere I would recommend.

If you need a cheap place to stay in Hat Yai, the following page may be useful:

Ten Cheap Places To Stay In Hat Yai

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Siam Oriental Hotel (★★.5)

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Thai: โรงแรมสยามออเรียนทัลหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Very good 8.0 - See here for details

Address: 181 Sripoovanart Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 4 Telephone: +66 (0)74 300322-4, 300367-8
Fax: +66 (0)74 300369
Website: Siam Oriental Hotel
E-mail: siamorientalhotel@gmail.com
Room Rate: Bt1,800

Latitude: N 06° 59' 53.4" (N 06° 59.890')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 49.8" (E 100° 28.830')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: Despite the current economic downturn worldwide, new hotels continue to be built in Hat Yai and old ones continue to be refurbished.

The Siam Oriental Hotel was opened on 1st December 2016 and is quite large with over 200 rooms.

It is located near to Napalai Place, the Buri Sriphu Hotel, Diana department store, and Rajyindee hospital. The walk to Hat Yai's night market isn't too far and actually the walk to Central Festival isn't too far (if you don't object to walking, as many Thais do).

When I first arrived in Hat Yai, and for many years afterwards, the epicentre of the tourist industry was Lee Gardens Plaza. In recent years it has been interesting to observe how that has changed. The epicentre now appears to be Central Festival and lots of new hotels and businesses are opening closer to Central Festival than Lee Gardens Plaza.

When I took a look just after the hotel had opened there were only superior rooms available. I was told that more luxurious types of room would be available later. The walk-in rate was Bt1,800, including breakfast.

Most of the rooms are Superior with a large double bed or two single beds. There are three Junior Suites and three additional suites - the Siam Royal Suite, Oriental Suite and Oriental Royal Suite. I don't have any prices for the suites and don't know when they will be available.

There will be a massage shop, but this wasn't ready when I looked. A member of staff told me that there may also be a swimming pool and fitness room added in future, but gave me no idea when.

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  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

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Silom Boutique Hotel Hatyai (★★★)

Silom Boutique Hotel Hatyai, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Thai: โรงแรมสีลมพาเลสหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Good 6.7 - See here for details

Address: 33 Raj Uthit Road, Soi 6 Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Telephone: +66 (0)74 425301-4
Fax: +66 (0)74 425305
Room Rate: Bt690 per night

Latitude: N 07° 00' 00.7" (N 07° 00.011')

Longitude: E 100° 27' 55.1" (E 100° 27.918')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: This is not an area of town that appeals to me very much personally but this hotel seems to be popular with quite a few Malaysian visitors. It has been renamed (it used to be the Silom Palace) and its Agoda customer rating has also gone up, therefore, I assume that a refurbishment has taken place.

Oliver massage shop (very popular with Malaysians) is nearby, as is Sawoei restaurant, and a number of other restaurants, bars and entertainment venues.

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  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

The following are direct links that will take you straight to the relevant page for this hotel without needing to search.

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Singapore Hotel (★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมสิงคโปร์หาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Very good 7.1 - See here for details

Address: 66 Suphasarnrangsan Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Telephone: +66 (0)74 237478, +66 (0)74 244535
Room Rate: Bt400 to Bt650 per night

Latitude: N 07° 00' 27.9" (N 07° 00.465')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 14.5" (E 100° 28.242')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: The Singapore Hotel owes an enormous debt of gratitude to Lonely Planet. In one edition of LP the description for this hotel included the magic words, 'security-conscious'. Backpackers, worried about someone stealing their flip-flops or baggy Chinese fisherman pants, flocked here and I knew it could only be because of the LP endorsement. They would never find the hotel otherwise - it's tucked away in a location that's quite difficult to find and it's a lot further than 150m from the train station. It's actually located just next door to Chia Color Lab.

But is it really 'security-conscious'? As far as I can tell it is no more or less 'security-conscious' than any other Hat Yai hotel in this price range. Anyone entering the hotel has to pass the reception desk but that is not unusual. I used to be a big fan of Lonely Planet, but after actually living in Thailand I have realised how inaccurate and unhelpful their guides really are.

The following are the room rates, as published in February 2015:

2nd floor: A/C, warm water shower, Wi-Fi, TV, Twin beds - Bt650

2nd floor: A/C, warm water shower, Wi-Fi, TV, Double bed - Bt600

3rd floor: A/C, Wi-Fi, TV, Twin beds - Bt600

3rd floor: A/C, Wi-Fi, TV, Double bed - Bt550

4th floor: Fan, TV, Twin beds or Double bed - Bt450

5th floor: Fan, TV, Twin beds or Double bed - Bt400

Checkout time is noon.

Note: It's January 2005 and I have just flicked through the latest Lonely Planet Thailand Guide. I am pleased to see they have changed some of the things written in earlier editions (including what I complained of above) and generally their review of Hat Yai in the latest edition seems to be a bit better than it was previously.

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  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

The following are direct links that will take you straight to the relevant page for this hotel without needing to search.

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Sing Golden Place Hotel (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมสิงห์โกลเด้นเพลสหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Very good 7.2 - See here for details

Address: 16/1 Padungpakdee Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 4
Telephone: +66 (0)74 232333
Fax: +66 (0)74 232433
Web Site: Sing Golden Place Hotel
Room Rate: Bt1,150 per night

Latitude: N 07° 00' 01.3" (N 07° 00.022')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 24.4" (E 100° 28.407')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: At the time of writing (March 2007), this - as far as I am aware - is Hat Yai's newest hotel. I've said it many times before that new hotels are always a good bet in Thailand. They look great when they are first completed but after a few years they normally get quite tatty.

I visited three weeks after the hotel opened and it looked great. Rooms have the usual facilities plus personal safes which I wish every hotel would have. The location is quiet and because Hat Yai is so small the hotel is still close to everything.

For a room rate less than Bt1,000 a night you can't really go wrong. Because it's so new, the hotel isn't on the map yet but it's fairly close to the Emperor Hotel.

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  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

The following are direct links that will take you straight to the relevant page for this hotel without needing to search.

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Guest Comments:

  • Atmosphere and the Standard Room - This is a peaceful location and pleasant building with a bright front office area. In this hotel, I only stay in the standard room which is spacious (I do not have the exact measurement), one would have a welcoming feel when one steps into the room, I like it for Hatyai standard and there is no need to upgrade. The front office manager said my room rate is a special rate, baht 900 a night nett, I am not sure that is true or not. After the 2010 November flood the owner introduced the deluxe room (which I have seen it before, the only visible difference is the presence of a LCD TV, so its not worth paying the extra).

    The standard room comes with a digital safe box, which I feel every hotel should have this, mini fridge, some snacks, TV with cable network, air-conditioning works very well can be control individually, it has hot/cold water shower and bath tub facility in a comfortable size bathroom. From my last experience being stranded by the November 2010 massive flooding in Hatyai town, I had no problem with hot water ( because the emergency power generation was cleverly located above flood water level) and cold water for bathing because the owner has his own private water supply. Free wi-fi in the room, just don't book the end of the hall way rooms, wi-fi reception is very poor to no signal (401 and 403). Laundry and dry cleaning service. Free 2 bottled water daily for each room. This hotel has no smoking floors which I love very much but damn the Malaysian tourist, sometimes they are so bloody inconsiderate.

    Cleanliness - From the lobby to the hall way, toilet and inside the room, cleanliness and tidiness seem to be their priorities.

    Service Quality - Front office staff are friendly, bell service staff are attentive, housekeepers are friendly and willing to accommodate guest's request. This case may be due to me being a regular guest here. My son was having high fever the last trip I was here, besides bringing my own medicine, one of the housekeeping lady took the effort to go out of the hotel and get for my son "the fever cooling pads" to reduce my son's high temperature. I am so grateful to her, I wouldn't know where to get them and most importantly, her suggestion to use this fever cooling pads.

    F&B - There is only 1 restaurant and used to serve great Thai foods, I had dinner many times there, the moo det diao, tod mun goong, gaeng ped pet yang, khao oak saparot and gaeng som, these are some of my favourites. The Thai food there are still nice, they have a new chef now. I am yet to try out all my favourite dishes to make comparison. I never have my breakfast in the hotel before, I normally go out to eat so I can't tell you about breakfast. Room service foods are ok, as long as its Thai foods. I once ordered cream of mushroom soup for my son, it tasted horrible. So stay away from ordering Western food.

    Facilities - No swimming pool, no gym, no spa, no hotel own massage parlour, just rooms, a restaurant, banquet hall at 1st floor and nice car park. (free wi-fi in the lobby and one public computer connected to network for guests to use)

    Safety - There are security cameras at the hallway leading to all rooms and the security personnel are always around. I do feel safe here.

    Location - To go to the central part of the town, eg. Lee Garden and Central Shopping supermarket, a tuk-tuk will take just little over 5 minutes. A few minutes walk from the hotel there are many famous eateries around, Nan Yuan Wanton noodles shop (if you like noodle, this is the shop), a local style food-courts, noisy and crowded but serve good street foods, like deep fried sala pao. One of the best "Khao mun kai" Thai chicken rice I ever had in Hatyai is also located around here. There was one time, my daughters and I witnessed a very large advance order of this chicken rice made by a customer came in a car, 60 packs! This street stall only starts their business in the evening time. This hotel is tucked away from the busy traffic congestion spots and as I drive myself, it's just perfect, avoiding those heavy traffic to get to my hotel. Plenty of private open car park lots on a nicely paved cemented area. There is also an in-door basement car park too, but my fear of flooding put me off parking there. (2012)

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The Smart Hotel (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมเดอะสมาร์ทโฮเทลหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Very good 7.9 - See here for details

Address: 100 Soi 27 Kanchanavanich Road, Kho Hong, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 4
Telephone: +66 (0)74 802438-9
Fax: +66 (0)74 848533
Web Site: The Smart Hotel Hatyai
E-mail: info@thesmarthotelhatyai.com
Room Rate: Bt890 to Bt1,290

Latitude: N 06° 59' 24.0" (N 06° 59.400')

Longitude: E 100° 29' 20.0" (E 100° 29.333')

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Comments: As I write, in the middle of July 2016, this is the latest hotel to open in Hat Yai. It has only just opened for business.

Five years ago it would have been crazy to build a hotel in this location, but things change very quickly. Five years ago, the largest retail shopping mall in southern Thailand wasn't 300 meters away. Now it is.

The arrival of Central Festival has changed Hat Yai's landscape dramatically. Many retail stores have relocated to Festival from the downtown area and new businesses and hotels are now opening in the vicinity of Festival, whereas previously this area was almost a wasteland.

The hotel rooms are very pleasant, as are the staff. The area is quiet and peaceful and Central Festival is just a few minutes walk away. If you don't wish to walk to the mall, the hotel will even provide a service to take you and pick you up later.

If you are planning a shopping extravaganza in Central Festival and want to stay as close as possible, this hotel will be a good choice.

On the negative side it is quite isolated and there isn't a lot apart from Central Festival, although it is possible to walk to the night market and Greenway market.

The rooms are well equipped and, of course, there is free Wi-Fi. The rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, but there isn't a restaurant. Because of the hotel's isolated position, there is ample car parking, which isn't the case with many hotels in the downtown area.

Get The Best Deal At The Smart Hotel In Hat Yai

The hotel room rates quoted on this site are walk-in rates, also known as rack rates. These are full price rates with no discounts, and in most cases this is the most expensive way to pay for a hotel room.

Booking your hotel through an on-line travel agent such as Agoda is the easiest and most convenient way to get the cheapest deal available.

  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

The following are direct links that will take you straight to the relevant page for this hotel without needing to search.

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Sorasilp Guest House (★★)

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Thai: สรศิลป์เกสท์เฮ้าส์

Agoda Rating: Good 6.4 - See here for details

Address: 251/7-8 Petchkasem Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 1
Telephone: +66 (0)74 232635
Mobile: +66 (0)81 957 0899
Room Rate: Bt500 (A/C), Bt380 (fan)

Latitude: N 07° 00' 38.0" (N 07° 00.633')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 09.6" (E 100° 28.160')

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Comments: This place might suit backpackers who are looking for a more authentic stay in Thailand, as opposed to staying at one of the many identikit Malaysian tourist hotels in town.

It is located above a restaurant, right next door to the clocktower and fresh market and this area offers an authentic look at traditional Thailand. It will suit some, but not others.

I need to add a few more words about Thai to English transliteration, which is something that I detest.

The 'p' final consonant in this guest house name shouldn't be there. When written in Thai there is a special symbol above the final consonant that makes it invisible.

The final spoken consonant is actually an 'L' consonant, but one of the strange things about written Thai is that consonants change their sound depending on whether they are written at the beginning or the end of a word.

When used as a final consonant, this particular letter (lor ling) makes an 'n' sound. The name therefore, is 'Sorasin'.

I'm explaining this because if you ask a taxi driver to take you to Sorasilp he won't know what you are talking about.

If you need a cheap place to stay in Hat Yai, the following page may be useful:

Ten Cheap Places To Stay In Hat Yai

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Booking your hotel through an on-line travel agent such as Agoda is the easiest and most convenient way to get the cheapest deal available.

  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

The following are direct links that will take you straight to the relevant page for this hotel without needing to search.

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Southern Airport Hotel (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมเชาเทิร์นแอร์พอร์ต

Agoda Rating: Excellent 8.7 - See here for details

Address: 2129 Moo 6 Airport Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Off Map
Telephone: +66 (0)74 802038-9
Telephone: +66 (0)74 894884-5
E-mail: southern.airport.hotel.hdy@gmail.com
Facebook: southernairporthotel
Room Rate: Bt990 to Bt1,400

Latitude: N 06° 56' 51.0" (N 06° 56.850')

Longitude: E 100° 24' 50.9" (E 100° 24.849')

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Comments: This hotel is near to Hat Yai airport and is built in a resort style with pleasant grounds and a large swimming pool. It's a nice place with plenty of car parking and a feeling of spaciousness.

There are just two floors and rooms on both floors are the same. There are 64 rooms in all. From Sunday to Thursday upstairs rooms are Bt990 and the price increases to Bt1,200 on Fridays and Saturdays.

Rooms downstairs are Bt1,400 every day and there is a Bt100 discount if you happen to work for the Thai government.

Included in the room rate is breakfast and a shuttle service to and from the airport. The swimming pool and pool area is very relaxing and it is open to the public for Bt60 per session.

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Booking your hotel through an on-line travel agent such as Agoda is the easiest and most convenient way to get the cheapest deal available.

  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

The following are direct links that will take you straight to the relevant page for this hotel without needing to search.

Agoda

Booking.com

 

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Spring Home Apartment

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Thai: สปริงโฮมอพาร์ทเม้นท์หาดใหญ่

Address: 19 Niphat Songkhro 1 Road, Soi 4, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 1
Telephone: +66 (0)74 247799
Mobile: +66 (0)84 996 6193
Room Rate: Bt4,500 per month

Latitude: N 07° 01' 04.2" (N 07° 01.069')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 21.2" (E 100° 28.353')

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Comments: At the bottom end of the apartment rental market in Hat Yai you can find a room for Bt2,000 or less. However, having viewed some of these places I would humbly suggest that few foreigners would enjoy living in such squalid conditions.

To get something that resembles Western standards requires paying Bt4,000 to Bt5,000 or more per month. Spring Home Apartment (or Spring Holmes Apartments, as it is referred to on the sign outside) looks quite reasonable for Bt4,500 per month.

The rooms have some basic furniture and A/C, but no TV or fridge. Depending on how long you stay for, these items can be bought or rented. Personally, I wouldn't bother with a TV as Thai TV programmes are so dire.

The location, near to Jiranakorn Sports Stadium and the President Hotel roundabout, is convenient and there is easy access to sawng-thaews, tuk-tuks, minivans and buses.

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Sripinunt Hotel (★★.5)

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Thai: โรงแรมศรีภินันท์หาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Good 6.0 - See here for details

Address: 20 Rajuthit Road, Soi 4, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Telephone: +66 (0)74 252051-2
Fax: +66 (0)74 252050
Room Rate: Bt550 single large bed or Bt650 twin beds.

Latitude: N 06° 59' 54.6" (N 06° 59.909')

Longitude: E 100° 27' 56.5" (E 100° 27.941')

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Comments: Throughout Thailand you will find lots of seedy areas, however, many of these places are quite popular with tourists. The reason is simple. Certain types of male tourist are attracted to certain activities that go on in Thailand and these activities tend to occur in seedy areas.

I really dislike the area this hotel is located in because it is so dirty and boring. Other than that, the hotel looks OK. There are 64 rooms and it looks cleaner than other hotels nearby.

It has the usual facilities that you would expect to find in a mid-priced provincial Thai hotel. The hotel offers Wi-Fi, but unlike some other hotels this service isn't free. Five hours will cost you Bt50, 20 hours Bt90, or you can have 100 hours for Bt400.

As usual, the English transliteration of the name is terrible. The first vowel is a long 'ee' and the 't' at the end isn't pronounced. Thai uses a little symbol over consonants to show they aren't pronounced, but when words are transliterated into English the unvoiced consonants are written. Complete madness.

Get The Best Deal At The Sripinunt Hotel In Hat Yai

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  1. Agoda : Agoda rates are nearly always the cheapest by far, but normally you have to pre-pay at the time of booking. Be aware that the advertised prices don't include tax and service charges, which will add an extra 17%.
  2. Booking.com : Booking.com is normally a lot more expensive than Agoda even though the rate they advertise is the rate you pay without additional tax and service charges being added. I know a few people who like Booking.com, but I always use Agoda.
  3. Hotels Combined : This site compares rates between the major on-line travel agents for given dates. However, personal experience has shown that Agoda is usually always the cheapest for booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

The following are direct links that will take you straight to the relevant page for this hotel without needing to search.

Agoda

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Supasarn Condominium

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Thai: ศุภสารคอนโดมิเนียมหาดใหญ่

Address: 358/101 Suphasarnrangsan Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)74 365831-45
Room Rate: From Bt5,500 per month

Latitude: N 07° 00' 32.2" (N 07° 00.537')

Longitude: E 100° 29' 01.0" (E 100° 29.016')

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Comments: Not for tourists, but for those looking to spend longer in Hat Yai.

This development contains property to buy, as well as some units to rent. Different room sizes are available starting from Bt5,500 per month (not including electricity). The location is a little way out of town on Suphasarnrangsan Road. The advantage over somewhere like Wanthana Mansion is that it is set back from the main road a little so therefore it is quieter.

The disadvantage is that if you don't have your own transport then it will mean paying for a lot more tuk-tuks and motorbike taxis into town.

When I first saw this place at the end of 2003 it looked OK. Six years later, and it seems that no external maintenance has been done at all. The paint is a mess and generally the building is looking very run-down.

During the economic boom in the 1990's a lot of property was built in Thailand by investors hoping to make a good return on their money. After the bubble burst a lot of property wasn't sold and people lost interest.

A lot of places that were originally designed to be luxurious condos look like quite shoddy apartment buildings now.

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A-Center Mansion to Baan Tidtaa

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The Bed to Center Mansion

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Central View Hostel to Cosy Place

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Crystal Hotel to Get's House

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Golden Crown to Hat Yai Backpackers

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Hat Yai Central to Hop Inn

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The House to Marina Hotel

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Mayflower Grande to Num Huat

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Nutchana Hill to President Hotel

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PS Extra Hotel to SC Heritage Hotel

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Taipei Hotel to Uncle Lee's House

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VC Apartment to Z Sleep Hotel

 

Get The Best Deal On Your Hat Yai Hotel Room

Listed opposite are some of my personal recommendations for hotels in Hat Yai based on budget. I have lived permanently in Hat Yai since 2003 and my recommendations are based on a lot of local knowledge.

Each link will take you to the relevant page on the Agoda website where you can see photos, read reviews, and book on-line. I use Agoda to book all of my own hotels in Thailand and the Southeast Asia region. Agoda hotel rates are usually always the lowest and I have received good customer service, therefore I am happy to recommend the company to other people. Here is some analysis I did regarding booking hotels in Southeast Asia.

Booking.com used to be more expensive than Agoda, but when I have checked hotel prices recently I have found their rates to be quite competitive. Unlike Agoda, you don't need to pay at the time of booking with Booking.com - you can simply pay at the hotel when you check in. Also, Booking.com show you total prices whereas Agoda show you a price and then add on 17% for tax and service charge.

If you want to compare prices between different on-line travel agents (OTAs) for a specific hotel, you can use a company such as HotelsCombined.

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