Narakul Resort

Address: 50 Moo 19 Banpet Dist Tumbol Banpet Amphoe Mueang, Khon Kaen, 40000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 50 Moo 19 Banpet Dist Tumbol Banpet Amphoe Mueang, Khon Kaen.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsNarakul Resort Khon Kaen

        Reviewed by mundm

        One of our favourite places during our trip

        Reviewed Apr 9, 2015
        by (11 reviews) Muenchen , Germany Flag of Germany

        Very friendly and nice guesthouse in central Chiang Rai. All rooms and the whole place are decorated very nicely and colorful. Owner and staff were super friendly. There is a complete kitchen the guests can use. Also free tea, coffee and toast with butter and jam is offered all the time. Rooms are spacious and clean. Location is 5 minutes walk to the central bus station and night bazar. We can only recommend this place and hope to stay here again one day.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Narakul Resort Khon Kaen

        2.00 of 5 stars Fair

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