See why so many travellers make Siam City Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Hat Yai. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to Our Lady of Lourdes Church (2.1 mi), a popular Hat Yai landmark, Siam City Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a desk, and Siam City Hotel makes getting online easy as internet access is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a coffee shop. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While visiting Hat Yai, you may want to try some ribs at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Homeless House.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as Siam Art Gallery.
At Siam City Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Hat Yai.
it is now siam center hotel.... done some upgrading and for muslim friend it is recomended.... clean spacious room.....near to happening... malay speaking counter girl.... connecting rooms.... at the time of my stay baht850/nite
OK so this hotel does not have a swimming pool nor is it super mordern... But what it has going for it is that the staff are super friendly and it also pretty clean . Also our room had everything a person could want to enjoy their stay. Including a great view of the city.. The food was also really good ... I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking for a good night sleep, while feeling safe in a friendly atmosphere ..
A passable hotel for you to sleep. The plus point was it was near to everything. Lots of flea market, eatery and etc. Got some mozzies flying at lobby. Ok for what you are paying for. Staff was normal. The room got some stain smell.
Used to be my favourite stay each time I visited there but as years goes by it gets older by day and need to refurbish. It used to have a massage center over there which was quite good , am not sure do they still have it nowdays
Stayed for 3 days before travelling to pattaya. Pros Good breakfast place with lot of variety. Good tour rep Place can be upmarket but the travellers seem downmarket. cons Decor is old and tired and needs modernising We were on our honeymoon and the very first day when we came down for breakfast, some of the Indian women travellers in Saree were starring at my wife as if she was naked (because she was wearing a short dress) Views around are a boring
Very comfortable. Located in the heart of the city.Hotel is near halal food restaurant.Loud sound of tank water pumps from the next room. Wifi only be used in the hotel lobby. The hotel staff can speak simple malay language.
Stayed here for a few times and it is pleasant~ room is a lil aged but I love the overall. Comfortable. Friendly people. Centrally located. Message services nearby. Need a renovation. Clean and medium sized. Recommended for all. But it's always fully booked when I am go there during December.
The front desk service was good being busy obviously the staff were preoccupied and struggled to smile or Make eye contact not the end of the world. Rooms were older than most but very clean an comfortable a little small overall worth the stay I've seen worse.
Not really the best of the lot, but you'll get what you'll be paying for - it's quite an aged hotel, time for a major renovation, at least a fresh coat of paint. It's okay if you're here for an overnight compare to budget rooms around the area. Try to have your room as high as possible, the traffic is rather noisy if you're planning for a early rest.
My overnight stay in Hat Yai was just for the convenience of splitting up a big trip between Penang (Malaysia) and Krabi (Thailand). Well, I wished I just stayed in the cramped minibus for a couple of hours longer instead of staying in Hat Yai. Not only is the hotel a total disaster, the city is just nothing more then a collection of grey and ugly buildings, with little or none green areas. Where to start about Siam City Hotel. To begin with, the reception staff. In the beginning I actually had a really good feeling about them, especially an older man who was smiling a lot and very modest and friendly. The ladies on the other hand already made a bad impression by looking at me an giggling in Thai. Once I was checked in I went up to my room, and the first thing the 'elevator attendant' asked me if I wanted a 'girl'. This, for me, was just unacceptable. I had the question some other times while walking the streets, but this was different. As a hotel employee you are not supposed to ask these questions. Then, I came to the room. The lobby already seemed a bit out of date, but the room was just completely worn down and dark. Most of the things were working though, but switches were yellow and dirty. I may once have been a fancy hotel, but it's on the edge of needing a complete renovation. If you're into old and worn down things, this hotel is for you. I was glad I could leave the next day, after a disgusting breakfast (which you have to pay for!) I asked the reception lady for the price of a minivan to Krabi. Since I didn't take any minibus yet in Thailand, I agreed with the price of 800 baht. It was only when I left they totally ripped me of. I shouldn't have paid more then 400 baht, so the lady is probably still laughing with the 400 baht she could spent because of me. Never stay here, just never stay in Hat Yai at all, it's a complete dump.…