Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Chonburi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Chon Inter Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Chon Inter Hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, as a valued Chon Inter Hotel guest, you can enjoy a sauna and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you're looking for a place to eat, The Verandah Restaurant (0.4 mi), Su Phon Chai Ran Ahan (1.1 mi), and Chez Banban (0.9 mi) are all within walking distance of Chon Inter Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than The Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden, which is a popular Chonburi – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the hotel.
Chon Inter Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Chonburi.
This pleasant hotel is not close to the action,though Chonburi hasn't much action to offer. Rooms are large and well-equipped,tea,etc. It's set off the busy main road and is not noisy. Local transport is a problem. The hotel has a car service but it's expensive.
I had to stay in Thailand for a month and this hotel was where we were put up. Having travelled a lot throughout the world this was one of the most beautiful, helpful and luxurious hotels I've ever had the pleasure to stay in. The rooms were large and bright. The staff were amazingly helpful and the food in both the Chinese restaurant and the hotel lobby cafe were both incredibly tasty. Hugely recommend room service of Chicken Satay or from the cafe downstairs. Would recommend this hotel to anyone in the area. Specially if (like me) they are there for a long time. Hotel offers cheap taxi service and is centrally located in Chon Buri so you can find whatever you need locally l.
Had to spend a night in Chonburi and the Chon Inter looked good with Booking.Com. On checking in, be aware that the city of Chonburi is not a foreign tourist area and the hotel's reception staff have limited English, (I wanted to pay cash after they deducted the fee from my card and had difficulty explaining). The room was a nice size and clean with the bathroom having a bath and nice strong shower. The old CRT TV only had a couple of English speaking channels. The fridge was stocked with basics but the prices were excessive..250 Baht for a small Singha beer which have seals so you could not have a beer and replace it from the local 7/11. I ate out so am unable to comment on the dining but noticed that Breakfast was about 350 Baht, After a good and comfortable sleep with the Air-Con ticking over and under the blanket I awoke refreshed. I then looked for the kettle and tea making facilities listed in the description but they did not exist, there was, however the complementary water to drink. I showered and went to the gym for a work out before checking out and at reception the concierge had to unlock the room. The gym was again large enough with an array of basic machines but the running machines were unplugged and the sauna room switched off. I also noticed the price list on the wall saying Sauna and Spa 90 Baht so was preparing for an argument on checking out. On checking out everything was fine and all the staff very pleasant.…
I absolutely freaked out the kitchen staff when I proeeded to order a plate of fries and a massaman curry and then mix them. The staff absolutely graciously presented them and I have absolutely no regrets it tasted fabulous. The ice cream was also remarkably good at their 'Terrace Cafe'. Not what I expected to find! Virginia P in a searate review had some comments which were very fair but probably not a huge problem for a short to medium stay. For a very long stay the lack of a pool may be irritating etc.
Stayed 17 nights 27-Feb to 15-Mar Let me start off by pointing out that the city of Chon Buri is not somewhere that tourists, either Thai or non-Thai, go. It’s an industrial area and the only westerners you will see are either there on business or for medical treatment at one of the private hospitals. To highlight this, during our 2.5 weeks there we only came across one other westerner outside the hotel (who was teaching English at a local school) and regularly had children point at us and whisper “farang” to their parents. The level of English spoken around town was quite poor but armed with some patience and a smile it wasn’t too difficult finding your way around. Learning just a few simple Thai words and phrases goes a long way and the Thai people are very friendly. We also found Google translate quite useful at times. The Chon Inter is essentially the only international standard hotel in the city and whilst the level of English spoken by many hotel staff was not great we found them all to be very friendly and willing to help. We stayed in a deluxe room and due to the length of the stay enjoyed complimentary breakfast, internet and access to a DVD library. The breakfast ran from 06:00 to 10:00 and included a substantial array of Thai and western style foods. There was definitely no risk of going hungry. I would rate the hotel at about 3.5 stars. The rooms were clean and functional and the lobby area had a nice ambiance, with a baby grand piano that was played on Friday and Saturday evenings accompanied by a cello. The laundry service was also reasonably priced. Our only criticisms would be that there was no pool (a must in the late afternoon after a hot day) and the in-house Chinese Restaurant “Foo How” was very overpriced and the food, at best, average. When venturing out Google maps could be very useful finding your bearings or when explaining to someone where you wanted to go. We found that if the driver couldn’t read a map then showing them a photo of what the destination looked like worked every time. As the major hotel in town, everyone knew the location so there was never any problem getting back at the end of the day. Outside the front of the hotel, on Sukhumvit Road, there are some local restaurants which were very good and quite popular. A little further down the road is a 7/11 for any day to day supplies (in Thailand the prices at a 7/11 are the same if not better than the Supermarket) and a travel agency “A.T. Chonburi Tour Co” which we used to organise a car and driver for a day of sightseeing. On the other side of the road there is a “Swensen’s” ice cream parlour and a “Pizza Company” restaurant for when you want a break from Thai food. The night market which offers fantastic street food 7 days per week is a 20 minute walk or a 10 minute combination of walk and songthaew (or baht bus) away. The hotel operates a private car service to places around town for THB 200 each way which is convenient and on a par with what the local taxis charge. Taxis are not plentiful in Chon Buri and we found them unwilling to take you on the meter. The songthaews on the other hand were a quick and convenient way of getting around the major areas and we found the drivers to be honest regarding the fare and helpful with where we needed to get off. To escape Chon Buri for a day, Bang Saen Beach is easily reached as it is the end of the journey for the red songthaews heading south. There are some shopping centres close by that are very Thai and a large modern centre “Central Plaza” which is easily reached by the hotel car or songthaew. The top floor of “Central Plaza” is dedicated to restaurants (many of which are Japanese) and a cinema complex where one of the movies will be in English with Thai sub-titles. Do yourself a favour and try “Sofa Class”. We wouldn’t recommend the city of Chon Buri as a tourist destination, but if you are heading there for business or for medical treatment (we were there supporting our daughter who was having surgery) then the Chon Inter is a pleasant enough place to stay with friendly staff and will more than adequately meet your requirements.…