We were seven motorcyclist we could all park undercover parking at the rear and the guy from Reception came out and helped us and checked all of us in very quickly. I was impressed with the organisation the rooms were good value it’s got an excellent bar and the food look good right in the centre where all the massage bars et cetera. I would recommend.
I stayed at the P1 House while doing some temple touring in the area. My expectations were low due to the price. I was pleasantly surprised. My room was simple and clean. I slept well. The hotel restaurant and bar/common area was nice and relaxing The best part was the very kind staff. The ladies at reception were helpful and always smiling. Thank you P1 House.
Arrived by road and entered via rear entrance, after going to reception, a very quick check in, and going to our room we were delighted with the amenities, clean, not noisy, had a great nights sleep in a comfortable bed, breakfast was basic but ample, staff were excellent and very helpful.
A good hotel that will not disappoint in terms of location, price and service. The reception staff were friendly, and the booms, albeit basis at best, were clean and comfortable. A basic breakfast was included, The market is within walking distance to the Night Market as an added bonus and there are good food and drink establishments nearby. There is car parking behind the hotel.
Somebody put a lot of thought into the design of the guesthouse and the rooms, but there are enough weaknesses I can't give it more than a 3.5. For the price the room is exceptionally attractive and spacious, with a comfortable bed. Balcony has no furniture and fishnet covering the front (necessary because of thousands of mynahs flocking at dusk) kind of detracts. Wi-Fi was erratic; sometimes good, but sometimes just disappeared, or flickered on and off. Mostly very young staff were generally friendly, but severe lack of English limited their helpfulness (although they did figure out I needed to print some railway tickets and helped to do that). Limited breakfast options: rice porridge or "egg pan" which was two nicely fried eggs topped with some veggies and, thoroughly undesired by me, ground pork. Not open for lunch and there are very few other food choices in the neighbourhood. The dinner menu offers a limited selection in English and many, many more choice in Thai, e.g., four kinds of Thai spicy salad in English, 21 in Thai. Kind of felt discriminated against, but, to be fair, almost all guests were Thai. Don't know if I'd stay here again.…