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Bestiny Hotel and Restaurant Phetchabun is a popular choice amongst travelers in Phetchabun, whether exploring or just passing through. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Bestiny Hotel and Restaurant Phetchabun. All rooms are designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home, and some rooms come with television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. A welcoming atmospher...More details
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Nice Hotel in the middle of no where
Reviewed 28 april, 2019
The owner equipped the room with very decent stuff: LG flat screen TV, Mogen sink, American Standard toilet, and Stiebel hot water heater. Everything worked line a charm. Owing to two previous negative comments on the front desk (from Google Maps) I decided to act rough when I checked in. The front desk girl did not bite back at me; instead she cleverly skirted around and got what she needed as a part of registration. Maybe my experience was singular: I didn’t realize that the fridge was unplugged. For that, Bestiny gets a less than perfect score of 99.
Clean and cheap hotel and restaurant
Reviewed 15 july, 2018
Very good service, very clean. We come her for sleep 2 night, very surprised, the restaurant is very good too. Cheap, Clean, aircon, very good food, me and my family will come back her again. Nobody believe, exist hotel like this in this small town.
Real nice stop over. Great service
Reviewed 10 april, 2016
Excellent stop over hotel. Very clean and affordable. The staff is quite friendly Highly recommended. The only negative is 10 cable TV stations all in Thai. would recommend a double room if traveling with your family.
Reviewed 5 december, 2015
My friend and I stayed here on a combination business and sightseeing trip. I highly recommend this hotel. It is very clean and bright and looks brand new. Close to most things you need and really good value. It has a nice little coffee shop/restaurant. What more can I say. They offer rooms that are basic with no soap, towels or water. I'd go this way. Half the price and exactly the same room otherwise. Bring your own stuff (or buy it down the street) and save some cash. Also free WiFi but I guess that's almost a given in Thailand.
It done the job.
Reviewed 30 september, 2015
Access to this hotel is from the frontage road and quite easy to miss. I had pre booked the hotel and if I had not I probably would of drove straight back out again because of building work being done, however the hotel put me in a room on the opposite side to the noise and it did not affect my stay whatsoever. When we entered reception we were greeted with the most wonderful wai’s (Thai welcome) from both of the staff and the check in went very smoothly. Escorted politely to our room and by then I understood this was a brand new hotel. A nice enough hotel with decent rooms but lacking simple things like coffee/tea making facilities or a bed side table, the former telling me it is aiming at the Thai market. It wouldn’t surprise me to find out we were the first people staying in that room as it was immaculately clean and nicely decorated. A good size fridge is in the room and needed for you to crawl into after a period outside on the balcony because they have positioned the aircon unit outside on the balcony facing along its length with the result you get the Thai afternoon heat super heated by the units’ fan, not the cleverest idea I have seen. The balcony view to be honest is looking into the locals back garden but I believe this hotel is exactly what I used it for, a stopover between 2 places and at 800 baht per night I was more than happy with it. The staffs English is very limited but that was pushed into the background because of their willingness to help which reminds me of the very opposite of the silly Wi-Fi protection they have in operation. A spacious, modern bathroom which even the larger visitors would not have a problem using and hot water is available. After a good night’s sleep we were offered for breakfast the Thai rice soup which was very good and filling but I opted for the omelet, which turned out to be 2 fried eggs covered with shredded ham and sliced weaners or American style sausage served with a few lettuce leaves, coffee or hot chocolate was included. Overall I would not recommend it for tourists but yes as a stop over hotel as it is intended. The breakfast was 50 Baht extra.