Maeyom Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaeyom Palace Hotel Phrae
I chose this hotel because of the huge pool. The location is within walking distance to the bus station. Also, pretty convenient to get to main town area, especially by bike. Hotel has bikes for 100baht per day. Rooms are a bit dated but just fine and clean. Huge restaurant with basic international breakfast. It's a huge hotel so a little impersonal but desk staff were friendly enough. A couple computers in the lobby for guest use for fee. I'd stay here again mainly for the pool.
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