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99/19. M9. ?. Moomon. Meaung., Udon Thani 41000 Thailand
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#20 of 139 B&Bs / Inns in Udon Thani
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TravelExpert wrote a review May 2016
426 contributions183 helpful votes
Very clean hotel and very big room. A bit far away but i had a car so no problem. The swimming pol is nice and there are a couple of local restaurant around. Good price for what i get. Also free parking inside the structure with 24 hour security. Good experience
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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powerhousesteve wrote a review May 2016
Brentwood, United Kingdom117 contributions44 helpful votes
Nice clean place, has a small pool, rooms very modern and seemed fairly safe, comfortable bed, I would use again for sure, a mint little hotel that is great for most people but do not use the restaurant next door as it has delusions of grandeur, it charges ALL of the money but the food is just average. The pool is small and it is like the families own personal one so you have people looking at you as you use it, the WIFI is not good at all and the woman just does not listen when you tell her, parking is limited, first comer, first served.
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Nick wrote a review Dec 2015
Ostend, Belgium63 contributions11 helpful votes
We stayed here for one night because of our early flight. The crew is very friendly. There is a small pool with rather cold water because it's in the shadow. There isn't much in the neighborhood the owner was nice to call for a pizza for us. (although these where rather expensive). But if you look for a quick stop, don't look any further!
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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stardew27 wrote a review Jan 2014
Atlanta, Georgia30 contributions10 helpful votes
Introduction: I am an American volunteer in Loei province, northeastern Thailand, and get to travel around Thailand quite a bit staying at hotels each time. I speak Thai and get paid in Thai baht-- this is my review. Me and my fiancé arrived at Bouquet at 1am on a Thursday night at the secondary bus station. Took a tuktuk to Bouquet for 100 baht (5 km). For reference, they are located by "Tessaban nongsomrong". The area is extremely well lit and close to a military facility; as such it's very safe. Tuktuk drivers know exactly where to go if you mention the Tessaban (municipality). The hotel is located far from shopping areas. There is a 7-eleven close by (about 2 km away) but be careful at night as, like in much of suburban Thailand, pack dogs will threaten to and bite if you get too close. We were way too close to one while walking at midnight searching for food just down the road. The nightwatch helped us to our room. Nice guy, but be aware that most of the staff doesn't speak any English. The room is furnished with a tv, AC, small fridge, and a great hot water shower. There aren't many toiletries provided to speak of. The bathroom could use some shelves to put personal toiletries in the shower. In the room lamps would be an amazing addition as the overhead light is VERY bright. We didn't get to use the pool but it looked well kept and clean. The bed was comfortable- in a 1 to 10 scale 1 being extremely soft to 10 being extremely firm it was about a 6 or 7. Good for my taste. And talking about taste, there's a gaiyang (grilled chicken) place right across the road and two noodle restaurants if you walk to the right out of the hotel about a block away. I needed to go to the North Eastern Wattana Hospital, which is why I stayed here. The receptionist called a cab -a taxi meter- but agreed the rate of 150 baht ahead for us without asking. That's a lot considering that it's only maybe 5 km away. We were able to get a tuktuk back for 60 baht. Taxis and tuktuk don't come by this area though, so aside from her agreeing a high price I'm glad she called one for us. There's self serve instant coffee downstairs. A pastry is also provided. The hotel has cooking facilities but does not provide a menu, or even small list of items to eat. There are beer Leo for 50 baht and coke and green fanta cans for 20 baht in the refrigerator in the rooms. What I liked most: the facility is brand new. The place is kept impeccably clean. The shower was amazing. What I disliked most: I knew that the location was not close to shopping areas, but there's much left to be desired. There are no 7-elevens or even small home-ran convenience shops, which makes it difficult to find anything for my fiancé to eat at breakfast when the hotel refuses to make an egg for him as he's gluten-intolerant and can't eat the provided bread-based pastry. So location and service are lacking. Overall: overall, for 650 baht a night I'd say this was an average hotel, and an average stay, with some very upsetting moments.
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Date of stay: January 2014
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D S wrote a review Sep 2013
Brisbane, Australia12 contributions7 helpful votes
This is a new motel in a relatively safe suburb of Udon Thani. The facility has been built to a good standard, with a larger than normal bath room. During a 16 nights at the motel we found the staff very friendly and very keen to ensure we had a stress free stay. The rooms contain small refrigerators and guests can utilize the fully equipped kitchen. It is located close to 2 restaurants that cater to Westerners. Escape the heat in air-conditioned rooms or the small swimming pool. The price is very reasonable.
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Date of stay: September 2013
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US$16 - US$22 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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ThailandUdon Thani ProvinceUdon Thani
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bouquet Boutique hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Bouquet Boutique hotel?
Nearby attractions include Nong Prajak Public Park (3.1 km), CentralPlaza Udonthani (5.1 km), and UD Night Market (5.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Bouquet Boutique hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and airport transportation.
Is parking available at Bouquet Boutique hotel?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bouquet Boutique hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Chef's Table, Da Sofia Restaurant, and VT Nam Nueng.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Bouquet Boutique hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Bouquet Boutique hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Bouquet Boutique hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Bouquet Boutique hotel have airport transportation?
Yes, Bouquet Boutique hotel offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Bouquet Boutique hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Thai.