Grand Point is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Phitsanulok, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Phra Buddha Chinnarat (1.3 mi) and Chan Royal Palace Historical Center (1.7 mi), guests of Grand Point can easily experience some of Phitsanulok's most well known attractions.
Rooms at Grand Point offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Room service, newspaper, and currency exchange are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Grand Point, parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Meet Smile, Made For Mouth Cafe, and Cafe Veggie, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Looking for something to do in Phitsanulok? Phra Si Ratana Temple (Wat Yai) (1.1 mi), Nang Phaya Temple (Wat Nang Phaya) (1.2 mi), and Wat Ratcha Burada Temple (1.2 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Grand Point.
Enjoy your stay in Phitsanulok!
Pre booked with Agoda so had paid when we turned up otherwise I would have done a u turn. We were the only people there with only one staff who held her head in dispair over the aircon. Old musty smelling hotel and rooms that smelt of old socks. Air con didn't work in all three rooms and despite complaining nothing done, in desperation I took the two fans from reception just to get some air movement. Rusty water from taps,lights flickering in corridors , cobwebs everywhere, mouse droppings in room and on tables, swimming pool that had been empty for at least three years, no bars, dining or any facilities. Market food was being sold from front car park as no guests. Must have been grand in the old days when all the pictures shown in the brochure were taken. Was so glad to leave. Do yourself a big big favour and stay away.…
Due to departing Ayutthaya a day earlier than planned we needed a hotel at very short notice. Our pre-booked hotel for Phitsanulok didn't have any vacancies for that night so the La Paloma Hotel had to suffice for the night. The hotel is large and has the structure and facilities that were probably grand and ornate in years past, however time and maintenance issues have seen it wither from any glory. There was virtually no occupancy and felt like staying in the hotel depicted in "The Shining". After Ayutthaya though it felt like 5 star. Breakfast was poor, rooms spacious if not a little musty and décor / cleanliness bearable.
Circa 1980's decor Cold shower Miserable welcome Musty room light bulbs missing Clearly neglected really dont bother!! It really is the most forgetable hotel ive ever stayed in Im travelling by motorbike from bangkok to Nan and decided to pick this as my overnight stop
I stayed here for 4 nights. The hotel is a vast 1980ish hotel that has seen better days, however, the rooms are large, clean and everything works. Great shower, minibar, cold and quiet AC, reasonable breakfast. Yes, the rooms could do with a lick of paint but given the room price its the best deal in Pitsanulok! A pool, very friendly and helpful staff and management. This is a hotel I will definitely come back to.
I stayed at the La Paloma hotel for 3 nights with my family in December 2012 and had a horrible experience. Unfortunately, we had pre-paid for the stay here not having researched the horrible reveiws published online... all of which, I can personally varify, are true! This hotel was built on a grand scale, with a huge pool, marble changing rooms, billiard rooms, parlours and decent fittings and furnishings... and then left to rot for the next couple of decades. The water in the swimming pool is murky and smells bad... I was scared to get in, as I am sure I would have become ill from swimming in it. The changing facilities beneath the pool area are completely wrecked: full of broken pool furniture and years of dust and neglect. The lights were often completely switched off in the common areas of the hotel, most likely to conserve on electricity bills. The worst aspect of staying here were the rude and genuinely unfriendly staff. They were unable to manage a smile and seems to HATE working at the this 'hell hole' of a property. We asked if they were able to help us arrange local transport to some sights in the area and they came back with a laughably overpriced quote... we instead arranged transport elsewhere (with a very friendly local tuk-tuk driver) only to return to verbal abuse (in Thai language, to avoid us understanding) from the angry staff. DO NOT STAY HERE. There are dozens of better options in Phitsanulok. You have been warned.…