Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.7 Room cleanliness
2.7 Service & staff
2.3 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by Andrew from New Zealand
Adequate, but very far from city
Posted Jan 7, 2012
Pros: Cheap, comfortable.
Cons: Location and lack of english
Location: approx 7 km from sights and sounds.
My room in this hotel was quite large and reasonably comfortable. The main issue with this place its a 45 minute walk to the main city, There are plenty of guesthouses that are right in town and very nice. Also the staff barely spoke English and the hotel seemed to have more a Thai clientele than tourists. I wouldn't book again, if you had a car it might be o.k, but there are closer places you can stay.
by A verified traveler from San Diego
Apartment building - NOT a hotel
Posted Jan 14, 2012 on Hotels.com
Yes, it's got rooms for rent on a nightly basis... however, there is NO hot water in most rooms (only VIP rooms on 1st floor). The towels are so hard they can stand by themselves. Beds are OK - but the floors are filthy, there is no lift (elevator), there is no bell-hop or anyone to help with bags. Recommend you strongly question your sanity if you're thinking of this place for anything other than emergency housing.
by A verified traveler from USA
Quite the trek
Posted Jan 9, 2011 on Hotels.com
We booked our night at Lima Place for our night in Ayutthaya since it seemed like such a bargain (significantly more expensive than other hotels in the area, at least on hotels.com), but the reason for the price difference was quite apparent. First of all, the map on hotels.com right now is wrong - the hotel is actually much further northeast of the city. We initially didn't think that was a big deal since bikes were available to rent, but the bikes were in rough condition - flat tires, poor steering, loose seats - making for a shaky ride to the main part of town on a road with a good bit of traffic. The staff did their best to find us bikes that were comfortable/functional, but they didn't have a lot to work with. The room itself was clean but quite sparse; the bathroom is, in a word, minimal by western standards. We had a good number of mosquitos in our room, although I'm not sure that there's much that could have been done about that. On the plus side, the free wi-fi was great, and breakfast (though not included) was perfectly fine. The staff was as helpful as they could be. Next time, however, I'll be paying the extra money to stay closer to town - it just isn't worth the hassle.