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Hat Yai Accommodation Listings

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Golden Crown Hotel (★★★)

Golden Crown Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Golden Crown Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Golden Crown Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Golden Crown Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Thai: โรงแรมโกลเด้นคราวน์หาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Good 6.9 - See here for details

Address: 12/8 Pracharak Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)74 246777
Fax: +66 (0)74 247188
E-mail: hadyaigoldencrown@live.com
Room Rate: Bt950

Latitude: N 07° 00' 29.1" (N 07° 00.485')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 22.8" (E 100° 28.380')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: Thais aren't big on maintenance. New buildings look fine but after a few years they start to look a real mess. Exteriors rarely get repainted and hotel rooms can start looking decidedly dirty.

This isn't a problem with new hotels, of course, and at the time of writing the Golden Crown hotel is one of Hat Yai's newest, only opening its doors for business at the start of 2005. It opened during a depressed business period in Hat Yai, mainly due to the problems in the south, and when I looked it is possible that some rooms hadn't even been used.

The standard rooms are a good size and everything looks and smells new, as would be expected. The new carpets are spotless and have that spring in them that old carpets lose over time.

The hotel has 102 rooms. Seven of those are classified as deluxe rooms and cost Bt500 a night more. They are slightly bigger with bigger bathrooms but are not quite suites as can found in some of the larger hotels in Hat Yai. To be honest I didn't think they were worth Bt500 more. Maybe Bt100 or Bt200 more for that little extra breathing space, but not Bt500.

The hotel is well located, being close to both Lee Gardens and the many food vendors on Suphasarnrangsan Road. It is very close to the junction of Pracharak and Suphasarnrangsan roads.

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Guest Comments:

  • The room rate is now 950 baht a night without breakfast. The room was fine, and the internet worked well, but at this price there are much better choices. I think the best feature of this hotel is the food stands at night are so close and so good. (December 2012)
  • The restaurant is certified HALAL, there is no pork on the menu, and a sign for Qibla is shown on every floor. An electric kettle is provided in all rooms. The rate is Bt800 without breakfast. Definitely one of the nicest hotels in Hat Yai. (July 2012)
  • I normally stay at The Hat Yai Greenview Hotel but if was completely booked so I decided on this hotel which I had stayed before a few times. Location wise, near to Lee Gardens Plaza central area by a few minutes and the rooms are in a quiet area which although the very busy Supharangsan road is just across but after 12.00 a.m, it tends to be quiet.

    The hotel has the HALAL certificate so if you eat here, the food is devoid of pork. The qiblat direction is also noted and one nice addition to each room is an electric kettle with 2 cups and saucers and 2 spoons for us to prepare drinks or consume the 3-in-1 instant noodles. There is not a single movie shown in English but apart from this nagging factor, the room that I stayed on the 5th floor is on a smoking floor so I am okay with it. The receptionist and the manager is all right and speaks English to answer any inquiries. I hate the fact that my passport is again requested as a deposit but I am sure that if I had insisted, they cannot dos so. Overall, I am happy with the short stay and would highly recommend this hotel to others. Now, if only free Wi-Fi and a hair-drier are included, then the 800 baht charge per night would be highly justified. (July 2012)

  • The third time that I've stayed here. The price started at 850 baht but when I said that I was going to stay for two nights it came down to 800 baht, with no breakfast but a LAN line in the room and also a wifi signal which was good as the LAN was so slow as to be unusable. The desk staff are nice here which I like.

    My room was on the 5th floor and it is showing its age. According to above it opened in 2005, and thats probably when the last coat of paint went on. Just little maintenance things would not take much effort and make the room much nicer, but benign neglect seems to be easier here. The room was big enough, the bed nice enough, that I would consider staying here again even though it is not the best value. (October 2011)

  • I've stayed here a couple times now and thought it was fine. The only issue that I have with it is that it is pretty expensive, 700 baht or something and breakfast was not included. The wifi was nice as it worked, even in the room. I think the location is good also. (December 2010)
  • This is my 4th time staying here and I consider this hotel to be just about a proper sound barrier to the sonic boom one faces in central Hat Yai. The lobby is pleasant and quiet with complimentary newspapers in Mandarin, Malay and English apart from the Thai language daily. The front desk staff are cool in the sense that there are limitations to what they can help so I leave as it is.

    There is a restaurant and the Charawa Ancient Massage beside the building but since the departure of Ahphim then I cannot highly recommend the therapists there.

    There are smoking and non-smoking floors although during my first stay here I was put in a non-smoking floor yet I was able to ask for an ashtray and the reason was that the hotel had all the room fully booked and they had to just put people in where there is a vacancy. The television channels are all right as we can watch Al Jazeera, the BBC. Media Corp, KBS Korea, NHK Japan (both with English subtitles), CCTV 4 from China, Fashion TV and the sports and movie channels.

    The rooms are spacious especially near the window and there is space compared to the Novotel Hotel room area. There isn't a proper writing desk with drawers like Diamond Plaza and the television is not of the LCD type. The attached built in clothes cabinet is a bit narrow.

    The bed is soft according to my body as an Asian so I am not sure about your European taste. I sleep well and I have chosen a room not facing the busy Suphasarnrangsan road. The windows are sound-proofed but not entirely 100%. The bathroom tiles are still in good condition and the lighting is pleasant although the Golden Crown Plaza Hotel has a standing shower and a bathtub beside it.

    For 680 Baht in an area just near to Lee Gardens, but not entirely there, it is still a good deal with free Wifi. Breakfast is also included.

    Would I stay here again? Yes and maybe after this, a return to the Golden Crown Plaza Hotel and just maybe at Lee Garden Plaza.

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Golden Crown Grand Hotel (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมโกลเด้นคราวน์แกรนด์หาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Very good 7.0 - See here for details

Address: 42-44 Niphat Uthit 3 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Telephone: +66 (0)74 262909-13
Fax: +66 (0)74 262908
Room Rate: Bt1,190

Latitude: N 07° 00' 26.1" (N 07° 00.435')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 14.0" (E 100° 28.233')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: When the scruffy Inter Hotel was finally closed down, gutted and completely rebuilt, this it what it re-emerged as. It's a completely new hotel with a new name.

The Golden Crown Plaza opened in April 2007 and there are 210 comfortable, well-appointed rooms with TVs, refrigerators and Wi-Fi Internet connections.

I took a look at the hotel immediately after it opened and although it was open for business, there was still a fair amount of work to be done. At that time, neither the restaurant or massage shop had opened. Also, the suites had yet to be completed.

First impressions were positive though and the new hotel is a massive improvement on the Inter which was pretty disgusting. The location is convenient and I'm sure that when everything is finished it will prove to be a very welcome addition to the Hat Yai hotel scene.

As you can see, this photo was taken before the electricity cables were moved underground. That piece of work has made central Hat Yai look so much better.

In June 2016 I discovered that this is now the Golden Crown Grand Hotel. I don't know when the name was changed.

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Guest Comments:

  • The Hotel Golden Crown Plaza remains the best so far so try to include that in your hotel tips.
  • Still, in terms of clear satellite transmission and the supplementary TV channels from Malaysia I had to say Golden Crown Plaza wins hand down in terms of what it has to offer.
  • I consider this the best hotel in Hat Yai not counting Novotel Centara for the price one pays. Got the voucher from Konsortium. The tv reception was indeed better than Lee Gardens or Regency New Wing although Grand Plaza is also not bad.

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Grand Pink Hotel (★★★)

Grand Pink Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

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Thai: แกรนด์พิ้งค์โฮเต็ลหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Excellent 8.1 - See here for details

Address: 24/11-12 Sanehanusorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Telephone: +66 (0)74 230960-4
Mobile: +66 (0)93 780 1113/4
Fax: +66 (0)74 235218
Web Site: Grand Pink Hotel
E-mail: grandpinkhotel@gmail.com
Room Rate: Standard Bt1,150, Deluxe Bt1,300

Latitude: N 07° 00' 18.2" (N 07° 00.304')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 17.5" (E 100° 28.292')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: Formerly the Pink Lady Hotel.

The old Pink Lady Hotel was an institution in Hat Yai and quite notorious for its after-dark entertainment for gentlemen, if you know what I mean ... which I'm sure you do. However, after many years of use it had started to look quite tatty.

A big refurbishment began in 2015 and when the hotel reopened in 2016 I saw from the outside that its name had changed. Just like the old Merlin Hotel that became the Merlin Grand Hotel and the old Asia Hotel that became the Asia Grand Hotel, the old Pink Lady Hotel is now the Grand Pink Hotel. I suspect that all these refurbished hotels in Hat Yai reopening with 'Grand' in the name are probably owned by the same people.

I went inside to take a look (hoping that I wouldn't be seen by any of my wife's friends) and was very surprised. The hotel has been completely transformed and is unrecognisable compared to how it was before. The new reception area actually looks quite classy now. I can think of many adjectives to describe the old Pink Lady, but classy isn't one of them.

The old Pink Lady was infamous for its bath and sex massage facility with all the available girls sitting inside a glass fishbowl area waiting to be selected. I asked a male member of staff whether this facility was still there and he reassured me that it was. I asked whether it had been refurbished along with the rest of the hotel and he told me that it currently being refurbished (March 2016). It is on the 3rd floor.

Of course, these big refurbishments cost a lot of money and, as you might expect, room rates increase significantly when a hotel reopens after being refurbished. The new room rates are almost double the old rates. However, the rooms are a lot more comfortable and the hotel remains in a great location. It is only a few yards from Lee Gardens Plaza right in the very centre of the tourist district.

Update: Despite what I was told by a member of staff, I started to receive e-mails in 2018 that there was no longer a bath and massage facility. I received the following from a visitor to this site:

"FYI, I just been at the Pink Lady Complex HDY and they DO NOT have the soapy NURU massage on the inflatable mattress, nor does apparently anybody else in HDY according the girls I spoke with.

They have a few small room close to the fish-tank floor 3, but them rooms have no WC and no bath, only a shower cabin, like for a QUICKIE…..:)

One can bring the girl/s to a room for 1500THB/pers + 1000THB Tip to the girl/s with a BIG jacuzzi with a nice King Size bed and can be doing some fun in there."

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  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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Guest Comments:

  • I just been at the Pink Lady Complex HDY and they DO NOT have the soapy NURU massage on the inflatable mattress, nor does apparently anybody else in HDY according the girls I spoke with. They have a few small room close to the fish-tank floor 3, but them rooms have no WC and no bath, only a shower cabin, like for a QUICKIE…..:) One can bring the girl/s to a room for 1500THB/pers + 1000THB Tip to the girl/s with a BIG jacuzzi with a nice King Size bed and can be doing some fun in there. (March 2018)

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Grand Plaza Hotel (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมแกรนด์พลาซ่าหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Good 6.7 - See here for details

Address: 24/1 Sanehanusorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)74 234340-8, +66 (0)74 230045-9
Fax: +66 (0)74 230050
Massage: +66 (0)74 351722
Web Site: Grand Plaza Hotel
Room Rate: Bt1,080 to Bt1,650

Latitude: N 07° 00' 15.4" (N 07° 00.258')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 15.3" (E 100° 28.255')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: This was the very first place I stayed at in Hat Yai. Like most tourists upon arriving in a new place, I was keen to stay somewhere fairly central and this is about as central as it gets in Hat Yai. The hotel is right next door to Lee Gardens Plaza

I got a discount on the walk-in rate by buying a discount coupon from Konsortium travel agents located just a few minutes walk away. These discounts aren't always as straightforward as they seem in that the walk-in rate will sometimes include breakfast for two, whereas the discount coupon will just be for the room, so check first. These days I recommend booking on-line.

If you want to be in the middle of whatever action there is in Hat Yai, the location is good. My initial impression (several years ago now) was that the rooms and corridors needed some redecoration, but a refurbishment was carried out subsequently.

The hotel has the standard coffee shop/restaurant and massage shop. Since the massage rooms were refurbished, they are now quite pleasant and on a level with those at the Hat Yai Central Hotel.

Deluxe room: Bt1,080

Junior family suite: Bt1,550

Family suite: Bt1,650

These prices (November 2015) do not include breakfast.

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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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Guest Comments:

  • There is zero (Wi-Fi) signal in Neo Hat Yai, Grand Plaza or Regency.
  • Grand Plaza is very very nice sans WiFi. Even though my room is located facing The Pink Lady yet it is still a very quiet and peaceful abode.
  • So, Grand Plaza Hotel which is a quiet retreat to me has been my choice of stay.
  • I walked in in the early morning around 7 a.m. I was charged B780/night without breakfast. Later I found out I would pay B700/night if via travel agents. I went back to the hotel for negotiation. At last I was offered to pay B700 for the 2nd night while B780 maintained for the 1st night. The hotel and its location were okay to me. (Last visit in 2007)

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Great Home Mansion

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Thai: เกรทโฮมแมนชั่นหาดใหญ่

Address: 2 Soi 8/2 Phetkasem Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)84 632 5573
Room Rate: Bt3,500 per month

Latitude: N 07° 01' 08.7" (N 07° 01.144')

Longitude: E 100° 29' 04.4" (E 100° 29.073')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: Conveniently situated next to Big C Extra (formerly Carrefour), this apartment building is fairly new, reasonably well-equipped, and cheap. It is therefore no surprise that I have never known any rooms to be available. However, as people move on, rooms will become available.

Thais are great bargain hunters. In the places they consider expensive, you will find lots of vacant rooms. But in a place like this, you will struggle to get in.

All rooms have air-conditioning, furniture, and cable TV. Internet is available for only Bt200 per month. In addition to the rent being cheap, the deposit is also cheap at only Bt5,000.

You have lots of transport options on Phetkasem Road, and a large supermarket right next door. It seems like a real bargain but the biggest problem will be getting a room because vacancies don't appear to come up very often.

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The Great Hotel

The Great Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Thai: เดอะเกรทโฮเต็ล

Agoda Rating: Above average 5.8 - See here for details

Address: 36/3 Jiranakorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)74 239999
Fax: +66 (0)74 239559
Room Rate: Daily rate Bt650, Monthly rate Bt6,800

Latitude: N 07° 00' 49.3" (N 07° 00.821')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 37.7" (E 100° 28.628')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: The longer I stay in Hat Yai, the more the central area of town drives me nuts. When I first arrived it seemed vibrant and exciting but now I stay away as much as I can unless I really have a reason to go into that part of town.

I have a house so don't need to use Hat Yai hotels but if I did this one would be one of my top choices. It was opened in March 2006 and there are 42 comfortable rooms.

The reception is very nicely decorated and the rooms are well appointed. Naturally, there is free Wi-Fi, which is a must-have facility for hotel guests these days. Because of its location the rooms are a bargain price. Long term rentals are also available making it a fairly attractive proposition for lengthy stays in Hat Yai.

Plentiful tuk-tuks and motorcycle taxis are available to get into town or you can walk, which takes around 20 minutes.

If you don't wish to travel far from the hotel there are plenty of decent restaurants in this area. If you turn left out of the hotel and walk two minutes you will come to Puri Pizza, which serves the best pizza in Hat Yai.

If you turn right out of the hotel and walk two minutes you will come to Chill Chill, which is one of the most relaxing coffee shops in Hat Yai.

If you don't mind being a little way from Lee Gardens Plaza this place really is a Great 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.

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Green View Hotel (★★★)

Green View Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Green View Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Green View Hotel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Thai: โรงแรมกรีนวิวหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Very good 7.6 - See here for details

Address: 85/4 Saeng Sri Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)74 234111
Mobile: +66 (0)81 099 2345
Fax: +66 (0)74 233223
E-mail: hatyaigreenview@hotmail.com
Room Rate: Bt750

Latitude: N 07° 00' 39.6" (N 07° 00.660')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 23.3" (E 100° 28.389')

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Comments: The Green View is a standard mid-price range Hat Yai hotel located away from the central tourist district. However, the walk into town only takes about 10 minutes. Alternatively, you can hail a tuk-tuk or motorbike taxi. The cost should be Bt20 unless the driver tries to overcharge you, as they sometimes do with foreigners. You will often find motorbike taxis waiting just outside the hotel.

The hotel is very near to all the food vendors on Suphasarnrangsan Road so in the evening there are lots of eating options nearby without having to go into the town centre.

There isn't too much more to say. This hotel may suit people looking to avoid the tourists around Lee Gardens, or it could be an alternative if all the hotels in the centre of town are busy.

Most Malaysian tourists stay as close to the centre of town as possible. During busy periods, such as Malaysian holidays, New Year, Chinese New Year, Songkran, etc, the hotels in the centre of town fill up very quickly but the hotels outside the centre (even just a little way out) often have vacant rooms.

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  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.
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Guest Comments:

  • I did not stay here but the rate for a standard room is now 720. The front desk staff was pleasant but didn't accept my suggestion for a multi-night discount. (June 2014)
  • My comment on Green View Hotel overall is nice and peaceful hotel, walking distance to Lee Garden area and the big market. At night there are many stalls selling food, so far i only try the soy milk and soy beancurd, it is cheap and nice, the chinese stall owner very friendly.

    Very upset issue:

    We get the assistant manager to book us a taxi to the airport for the next day check out at 5.00pm at the rate of Baht 350, even though we know the taxi fare should be Baht 300, we do not want to fuss around, so we accept the price. On the same day, late evening we received a call from the counter telling us that the taxi should be Baht500 due to the flood, but we didn't agreed. So we checked with the assistant manager again, she told us it is still the same price Baht350, she told us to ignore the staff and she will talk to her about this.

    Actually we have some funny feeling about this lady at the counter, fat woman with dark complexion (fishy look with no smile on the face) We have some uncomfortable feeling so we decided to check out early 4pm in case something surprise us.

    The moment we step out the lift the friendly bellboy help my husband to carry one of the luggage to the car, i told my husband to look after the luggage while i go to the counter to do check out, the same fishy fat woman attend to me, i tell her i will pay the taxi fare Baht350 to your hotel and not the driver. She told me the taxi fare is Baht500, if we don't pay this amount you cannot go airport, now no taxi going to the airport due to flood, we need to charge more becos the airport is flooding very high. (actually we know the airport is not flooding, she is trying make us scare, sorry it don't work on us).

    Since i have problem i get my husband to come over and the helpful bell boy was looking after our luggage. My husband is a half chinese and half european, he stands at height 1.94, so here come the rude driver standing right in front of my husband, threaten my husband and shouting at him to pay him Baht200, in case we do not want to take his taxi. We stand firm telling him,we will not pay you a single cent. I told the fat woman, please help to call your manager, she says no way, no manager all gone home, insists we must take the taxi and pay her Baht500. We immediately go to the car with the help of the bellboy take back our luggage. I still very polite to ask the fat woman, how about getting other taxi company to get me a cab, she totally do not want to help and ignore us. We also straight away walk out the hotel immediately. Just 1 minutes only we manage to take a songthaew Baht300 to to the airport, but half way the road to the airport was blocked due to flood, so thet driver ask we need take another route which is longer can we pay him Baht400, we say ok. The duration takes about 1 hr to reach the airport, compare to the normal route 30mins.

    Despite this issue, we will stay at Green View Hotel again, but next round i will be more cautious. (December 2012)

  • This is my second time staying at this hotel which also shares the same ownership as Center Mansion Hat Yai. Check-in was effortless as even though it was still a public holiday in Malaysia due to the Eid Qurban celebrations yet due to its locality in Thanon Sangsree, I was given a room on the 5th floor.

    The rate just like Center Mansion is the same throughout the whole year,600 baht for a standard room with breakfast of simple yet filling dishes of bread and butter, rice with mixed vegetables and sometimes patengkoh. Coffee and ovaltine was also provided.

    You do pay 200 baht as a deposit for the key to the room but refundable upon checking out. The hotel is situated on Sangsree Road yet even though the windows are not soundproofed but it wasn't at all loud during the night and as the bed was very comfortable, I had a good night sleep on the whole. The room itself was not new but very clean, you get 74 channels including TV 3 from Malaysia. 2 bottles of mineral water are provided and the bathroom itself has workable hot/cold standing shower facilities. If you need a flask for hot water, you can obtain them from the lobby.

    The hotel has free wifi with good signals throughout the whole of the place and they have 2 broadband modems on each floor. The front desk was just polite but one of the ground floor manager was very courteous and was on hand with an umbrella when he saw me arrive soaking week the day I returned back from a shopping trip to Tesco Lotus, could not remember his name though..but he was the one who welcomed me back and hope that I would be back again. The front desk was manned by 2 women but the other one with a darker complexion was quite aloof and should be put in the same hotels in central Hat Yai like Sakol, Regency as there is no smile and no thank you when I left.

    The dining area was very pleasant with a lot of old Thai magazines which I think the owners must have collected from the late 70's yet there were well kept. Parking was not covered though yet by staying here with my rented motorcycle, I am very near to all the places one need to visit in Hat Yai. Highly recommended. (November 2011)

  • Checked in on Saturday 30th July 2011 for one night. Check in was quick, the rate was 600 baht with a deposit of 200 baht (refundable). My passport was not taken and I was given 2 breakfast coupons which is very good even though I requested for a single occupancy.

    The room was on the 5th floor, 525 and facing the other side of Sangsri. There is actually another block facing the main building but without an elevator. Parking space for both cars and motorbikes ample although there is no shade for my rented bike. The room that I stayed had a renovated bathroom because it is a bit bigger minus a bathtub. Only 1 bar of soap and shampoo came with a shower cap. The shower worked well, 2 towels were in the bathroom and everything worked.

    The room itself did not came with a proper chair although there was a sofa-like chair just beside the bed which was very comfortable. I mean the bed was soft yet just made my sleep bearable. It is actually looking quite worn and since the bed was using up space, you can only watch the television from it or by sitting on the plastic sofa. 2 bottles of water in that plastic container were given daily. The cabinet and the dresser is against the wall thus the space is a bit limited. The windows are of the sliding type yet you cannot open it as it was padlocked, a sure risk in case of fire. I do like to slide it open for a bit of fresh air but it might be because of previous customers who might have let the windows wide open.

    The tv offers satellite channels and 1 channel from Malaysia. This hotel appears to be used by local Thais but I am sure during the peak holiday season, the tour buses will stop by because I have seen during the March holiday a few tour buses from Malaysia parked here. The hotel has no arrangement with the tour agencies in central Hat Yai and I also noticed many Thai Muslims staying here. The breakfast in the morning was rice, porridge, 3 cooked dishes like mixed vegetables, fried eggs, kaprou gai and a selection of horlicks, coffee and tea. Par-teng-koh was also served although the toaster was not used as I did not see any bread served but maybe since their coupon states that breakfast is from 0630 hrs until 2300 hrs means the menu will change every 3 hours. I was pleased with the rice and mixed vegetables.

    The dining room was very simple and the local Thais were very quiet and tend to eat in a group yet do not linger... worlds apart from the mad scene at Lee Gardens Plaza at breakfast time with the Malaysian and Singaporeans eating as if the food would finish.

    I was not asked when I am going to check out like some hotels although the cleaner on the 5th floor did ask me about my time to leave but I am sure she wanted her work to be made easier. I checked out at 11.50, the 200 baht was refunded, one of the staff with a tie, asked me when I am coming back again (a first in Hat Yai) and then I commented about staying away from the center of Hat Yai. Overall, a good stay, free wifi albeit a bit slow is free 24 hours at the lobby. I enjoy a good cup of coffee at night in my room so you can ask for a thermos pot from the bellboy on duty at the wifi zone. The corridor was not noisy at night. From here, the Plaza area, Lee Gardens and Tesco was just a few minutes by bike. (July 2011)

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Haad Kaew Resort (★★★)

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Thai: หาดแก้วรีสอร์ท

Agoda Rating: Good 6.5 - See here for details

Address: Haad Kaew Resort Road, Amphur Singha Nakorn, Songkhla, 90280
Telephone: +66 (0)74 331058-66
Fax: +66 (0)74 331220
E-mail: info@haadkaewresort.com
Room Rate: Check with hotel

Latitude: N 07° 15' 11.8" (N 07° 15.197')

Longitude: E 100° 32' 55.7" (E 100° 32.929')

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Comments: There are a number of resort type hotels in Songkhla province not too far away from Hat Yai. They are known to a few foreigners, but not many.

In less touristy provinces it is mainly Thais that stay in the beach hotels and resorts. The beaches and sea on the Gulf coast aren't as beautiful as those on the Andaman coast but you will often find that you have the entire beach to yourself.

Rates are about one-third what you might pay in Phuket. English isn't as widely spoken as in the tourist places and the cuisine tends to be of the local variety.

Haad Kaew Resort is located just north of Ko Yo, past the oil company locations, on the road to Nakhon Sri Thammarat. If you use public transport you will need to get a motorbike taxi from the main road. It's not that difficult but the ability to speak some Thai will help.

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The Habita (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมเดอะฮาบิตาหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Excellent 8.7 - See here for details

Address: 151 Saengsri Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)74 220555
Fax: +66 (0)74 220552
Web Site: The Habita Hat Yai
E-mail: reservation@thehabita.com
Room Rate: Bt2,000 to Bt5,000

Latitude: N 07° 00' 38.4" (N 07° 0.640')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 24.0" (E 100° 28.400')

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Comments: This hotel used to be an apartment building and it was also the location of Long Oie restaurant, which has now moved elsewhere. It is located next door to Bpaak Naam temple and it is also close to the Crochet clothing store. It isn't too far away from the Green View Hotel. It is actually owned by the same person who owns the Crochet clothing store.

The grand opening ceremony was held on 2nd March 2017 and the hotel opened for business the following day. It looks really pleasant. The design of the hotel is very attractive with lots of wooden features and external vegetation. The rooms all have wooden floors. There is also a roof terrace, but it wasn't ready when I went to take a look at the hotel.

There is a small coffee shop and a very comfortable library and meeting room with some Apple Macs that can be used by hotel guests.

The location isn't right in the centre of Hat Yai, but it's not far away and the walk to Lee Gardens doesn't take long. Behind the hotel is a canal and the location is fairly quiet. Initially, guests will have to park their cars near the canal, but a private car park just for hotel guests should be opening soon.

There are various room types - 33 rooms in total.

The Habita Classic (9 rooms): Published rate Bt2,000

The Habita Classic Duo (6 rooms): Published rate Bt2,200

The Habita Classic Grand (3 rooms): Published rate Bt3,000

The Habita Prime (9 rooms): Published rate Bt4,200

The Habita Suite (6 rooms): Published rate Bt5,000

Note that a 10% service charge and 7% taxes will be added to these room rates.

These room rates are definitely at the top end of the market for Hat Yai, however, if you book on-line the prices are a lot cheaper.

If you are interested in this category of hotel in Hat Yai you might want to look at some other places such as Buri Sriphu or New Season Square as well.

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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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Hansa JB Hotel (★★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมหรรษาเจบีหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Good 6.9 - See here for details

Address: 99 Jootee-Anusorn Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 2
Telephone: +66 (0)74 234300-18
Fax: +66 (0)74 234328
Web Site: Hansa JB Hotel
E-mail: rsvn@hansajbhotel.com
Room Rate: Bt1,400 to Bt7,000

Latitude: N 07° 00' 47.9" (N 07° 00.799')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 32.9" (E 100° 28.548')

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Comments: JB Hotel was the first and, for a long time, the only upmarket hotel in Hat Yai. However, the tourist district is now centred around Lee Gardens Plaza and JB seems a little out of the way.

In terms of quality it is right up at the top end of the market in Hat Yai. It never seems very busy and I get the impression that these days it is more geared towards business travellers, wedding receptions and functions rather than the weekend Malaysian tourist trade. It is where Thai VIPs and dignitaries used to stay in Hat Yai, but I'm not sure if that is still the case.

Free tuk-tuks for guests run between the hotel and Lee Gardens Plaza all day up until 9pm. The walk to Lee Gardens, depending how quickly you walk, takes around 20 minutes.

The rooms are what you would expect for hotels in this category in Hat Yai and the bathrooms are quite large. There are personal safes in each room.

Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, function rooms, and a couple of excellent restaurants. Dynasty offers a fabulous Chinese restaurant experience and the Palm Court restaurant is one of my favourites for both Thai and farang food.

Room rates at JB have tumbled. When I first enquired some time in 2004, a standard room was Bt1,500. At the beginning of 2007 the rate had gone down to Bt850. When I enquired again in 2015 they had a special ongoing promotional rate of Bt699. Inflation may be causing prices of everything else to keep rising, but room rates at Hansa JB keep going down. If you want more than a standard room, there are suites that cost up to Bt7,000 per night.

Considering that this was once the top hotel in Hat Yai, the current room rates are a real bargain. Most tourists want to stay near Lee Gardens Plaza, but if you don't being a little way out of the central tourist district this is a great place and I recommend it highly.

One word of caution. There a lot of tutoring schools in this area and consequently there are a lot of high school students around in the evenings and at weekends. Parking outside the hotel can therefore be a problem, but the hotel has an internal car park for guests.

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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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Guest Comments:

  • Hansa JB Hotel is the hotel I choose if I am unable to get a room in Sing Golden Place hotel or on a rainy monsoon season, Hansa JB hotel's car park will allow me to sleep soundly with both eyes closed. The location of this hotel is also away from loud and inconsiderate tourist. (2012)

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Hansa Venetian Hotel (★★★)

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Thai: โรงแรมหรรษาเวเนเชี่ยนหาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Above average 5.4 - See here for details

Address: 2 Hansa Pattana Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 1
Telephone: +66 (0)74 362288
Fax: +66 (0)74 362522
Room Rate: Special promotion rate Bt400, Normal rate Bt690

Latitude: N 07° 00' 55.8" (N 07° 00.930')

Longitude: E 100° 27' 18.4" (E 100° 27.307')

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Comments: Hansa Plaza, in the Kate 8 area of Hat Yai, is an evening entertainment venue well known to Malaysian tourists. The ladyboy cabaret is popular with tourists of both sexes, while the Sotus pub - with its sexy Thai female staff - is popular with Chinese Malaysian men.

This hotel, next door to Hansa Plaza, opened around March 2010 and has 71 rooms. They are exactly the same as almost every other mid-class Thai hotel room I have ever seen, except they are brand new. Maintenance isn't big in Thailand and after a few years, even the plushest hotel rooms start to look quite tatty. Newly opened hotels are, therefore, always a good bet.

In order to attract customers, immediately after opening the hotel offered a promotion rate of Bt400 a night. This was still running three months after the hotel opened, but I'm not sure how long it will run for.

When the hotel first opened there was an 'aap op nuat' (hot bath and massage) service, which cost Bt1,500, but several years later a taxi driver told me that it had closed.

There is absolutely nothing to do in the datyime in this area and it's not that convenient to get into town.

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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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Guest Comments:

  • We stayed at the suite "Room 999" equiped by "2 bed rooms". The 1st nite cost B2500 as busy period & the 2nd nite cost B2000 as a normal price. The rooms were nice but very noisey between 10pm - 2am by KTV/Disco. The windows & walls are too thin to avoid the noise. I felt music vibration thru the walls, too. I must propose "noise shield" to the hotel management if I have a chance. The hotel receptionist was friendly but hardly speaked English. (May 2011)

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Happy Home Hatyai (★★)

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Agoda Rating: Very good 7.6 - See here for details

Address: 1564/3 Soi 28 Kanjanawanich Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 4
Mobile: +66 (0)97 354 6965
Facebook: HappyHomeHatyai
Room Rate: Bt490 to Bt700

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

Longitude: E 100° 28' 48.0" (E 100° 28.800')

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Comments: In the road next door to Central Festival, behind Z Sleep Hotel, there are three little guest houses. This is one of them.

The others are Hasu Guesthouse and Central View Hostel.

If your primary purpose for visiting Hat Yai is to shop at Central Festival and you want to stay close by, this place would be a good option.

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  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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Hasu Guesthouse (★★.5)

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Thai: ฮาสุเกสท์เฮ้าส์หาดใหญ่

Agoda Rating: Excellent 8.3 - See here for details

Address: 1564/1-2 Soi Thinnakorn, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 4
Mobile: +66 (0)98 058 6762
Facebook: hasuguesthouse
Room Rate: Bt580

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

Longitude: E 100° 28' 55.2" (E 100° 28.920')

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Comments: The name of this place on the business card actually says Hasu and Hut Guesthouse. Many people who go to Hat Yai these days want to be near Central Festival and this little guest house is really close. It is located in the road behind Z Sleep Hotel immediately next to Central Festival.

The lady I spoke to (I'm not sure if she is the receptionist or owner) was very pleasant and this seems a cosy little place. I believe it opened some time in 2014.

The rooms are Bt580, which is quite reasonable, but no breakfast is included. They do offer a breakfast menu and it is quite cheap with nothing exceeding Bt60. You can get a Thai style breakfast or an American style breakfast for Bt50.

The location is literally a one minute walk to Central Festival, therefore, if you visit Hat Yai in order to shop at Central Festival this will be a great choice.

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

Get The Best Deal At Hasu Guesthouse 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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Hatyai Backpackers Hostel ()

Hatyai Backpackers Hostel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Hatyai Backpackers Hostel, Hat Yai - Click for larger image

Thai: หาดใหญ่แบ็คแพคเกอร์โฮสเทล

Agoda Rating: Excellent 8.2 - See here for details

Address: 226 Niphat Uthit 1 Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110
Map: Map 3
Mobile: +66 (0)90 678 4416
E-mail: piyanat_ed@hotmail.com
Room Rate: Bt200 (stay 3 nights and get one extra night free)

Latitude: N 07° 00' 04.3" (N 07° 00.072')

Longitude: E 100° 28' 12.7" (E 100° 28.212')

Google Maps: Street Map or Satellite View

Comments: This in another option for backpackers passing through Hat Yai who want to keep their accommodation costs as low as possible. As far as I know, this is the cheapest place to stay in Hat Yai and the extra free night deal for every stay of three days makes it more of a bargain.

It's pretty basic, but should be adequate for most backpacker's needs. There were no mosquito screens when I first looked, but the owner contacted me to say that there are now.

There are two small dorm rooms with bunk beds and another very small private room. The private room is Bt250 for one person and Bt300 for two people. The rooms just have fans with no air-conditioning.

On the ground floor there is a communal bathroom and toilet. There are no squat toilets as there are in other cheap guest houses.

The location isn't bad. The hostel is fairly close to the train station and downtown area. It is also just a few yards from Namaste if you like eating Indian food.

The owner is a friendly guy. He is a salesman, but likes to travel and does this for fun. He speaks quite good English.

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

Get The Best Deal At Hatyai Backpackers Hostel 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.

Agoda

Booking.com

Compare Prices

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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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