Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Kumar from Kuala Lumpur
Convenient Budget HotelPosted May 6, 2014
Pros: Its located conveniently to go to other places.
Cons: The fridge need to have some items that can be eaten and drinks too
Location: There is a mall which is convenient to exchange money and buying things. Some restaurants opposite the hotel in a row. Beach is just a walking distanc
I had a wonderful time staying in the hotel and the hotel staff are very helpful in guiding to the tourist places. Good staffs.
for Familiesby C from S
FantasticPosted Jan 31, 2014 on Hotels.com
The female staff were especially friendly and customer focused.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 28, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is by far the dirtiest, noisiest, and most unpleasant place we have ever stayed in. The cups from the previous occupants were left dirty for us, and we were kept awake all night by either trains or the stench from our bathroom. This is the worst review I have ever written because I understand as a frequent traveller that some things are beyond the control of proprieters. However in the case of this hotel it's management and maintenance leaves a lot to be desired. On a positive note, the general staff were helpful and lovely people.
for Couplesby taz
pleasant atmosphere, good streetPosted Oct 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
staff were very friendly and anxious to help, lobby had refreshments for poolside or room enjoyment at excellent prices, breakfast was ok, pool was very enjoyable, jacuzzi, and little stools for stting near the bar....the room was large, bathroom clean and large, bed very comfortable which is a requirement for me, the location is a ways from the center of town, but i like walking so not an issue
for Familiesby Steve
Posted Sep 29, 2012 on Hotels.com
very pleasant hotel good choice at breakfast but a little to near to a level crossing
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Holy Island UK
Nice hotel in a quiet locationPosted Mar 6, 2012 on Hotels.com
I stayed at The Narawan for 8 days. It's about 300 metres from the main road and about 400 metres from the beach. The wifi signal was very good with fairly decent speeds. It's a 10 minute stroll to the nearest shopping centre and 20 - 30 minutes into town. There are plenty of motorbike taxis or tuk tuks around if you're not into walking. The pool is big enough for a dip and it gets the sun till about 5.30pm, so plenty of time to top up the tan. Breakfast was included in the price, but I can't comment on it, as I'm a night owl, so never made it down in time. Instead, I went to a small cafe across the road called L'oxygene. It's next to the KiteSurfing shop. The owner is really nice and she makes a really good breakfast. Be aware, there is a railway track that runs right past the back of this hotel, so you will hear the trains tooting their horns at various times of the day and night. They have to do this as there is no safety barrier to stop the traffic. One final thing. The lift is now operational. When I return to Hua Hin, I will probably choose this hotel again.
for Everyoneby ruthless ron from London, UK
winter night at narawanPosted Feb 7, 2012
Location: a little way out of town but was quiet and peaceful
i upgraded to a suite which was superb and highly recommend the room only downside of the stay is that hotel is right next to railcrossways which can be very noisy at times
by A verified traveler from France
The Narawan 'Railway' hotelPosted Feb 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
Room dirty. When complained, was told no other guests had complained and given brush to do the cleaning ourselves. Quickly realised the hotel was near to a busy railway crossing. Not only was there the noise of the trains but as the crossing had no gates/warning, the trains sound their horns every time in warning. The breakfast was cold. The staff put the food out at 7am approx, and the food stays there until 10am with no burners or heaters. Broken grills around the swimming pool which didnt look overly clean. The most bizare staff! O verall, terrible! Would definitely NOT go again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from UK
Hua HinPosted Dec 24, 2011 on Hotels.com
Good hotel decent location 10 minute walk to beach, close to all shops you will be woken 2 to 3 times a night with the overnight trains thundering past which is the only downside.
by A verified traveler from SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
count me outPosted Oct 25, 2011
Positives: Room clean & quite pleasant.Staff very friendly, nice pool which always looked inviting. Plus the tariff was cheap. Negatives: 4 floor hotel with a lift that never worked, because it didn't have one! We were allocated rooms on the 4th floor but on the suggestion of a heart attack we were then given 2nd floor rooms. No tea / coffee making facilities or in-room safe. the breakfast would rank as the worse Iv'e ever had, everything was cold as the burners under the the food containers were never lit. The location of the hotel was too far out of the town at soi 94 & the railway line that ran at the back of the hotel meant we had trains running day & night sounding their horns as they approached the unmanned crossing which was only 30 metres away from he hotel entrance. What you save in hotel costs you pay in taxis/tuk tuks. When I visit Hua Hin again ,I will be staying closer too soi 70 to 84 to be in the heart of the atmosphere, nightlife , markets & restaurants. JP