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Sofa Gallery Hotel

24/1 T. Mi Chai, Nongkhai City Center, Nongkhai, Thailand 43000

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Features of Sofa Gallery Hotel

Hotel Facilities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • 24-hour room service
  • airport transfer
  • bar
  • bicycle rental
  • car hire
  • coffee shop
  • daily housekeeping
  • dry cleaning
  • executive floor
  • express check-in/check-out
  • family room
  • laundry service
  • luggage storage
  • poolside bar
  • restaurant
  • room service
  • shrine
  • smoking area
  • taxi service
  • ticket service
  • tours

Sports and Recreation

  • garden
  • massage
  • private beach
  • spa


  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas


  • car park

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Hotel description
Perched on the banks of the Mekong River, Sofa Gallery Hotel offers unique accommodation with stunning...see more Perched on the banks of the Mekong River, Sofa Gallery Hotel offers unique accommodation with stunning views of the waterfront. This boutique property is given a contemporary design and a touch of Northeastern Thai architectural style exuding a characteristic oriental theme. Savor the peaceful and refreshing atmosphere of the natural surroundings and enjoy genuine hospitality and friendly service from the hotel’s staff. Each of the carefully designed rooms is given artsy décor to add the extra touch of Isaan culture and equipped with the essential amenities you need for a pleasant stay at Sofa Gallery Hotel.
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Kanitta G. Groups
Thailand, January 26, 2016
This hotel is bad
It is bad experience since we waited until the bathroom will be fixed (they offer us another rooms which are smelly but we turned down and wait for bathroom to fix). I will never come back there.
Pitchapa C. Couples
Thailand, November 18, 2015
Nice and beautiful boutique hotel.

Room, Staff and asmosphere
Nice and beautiful room. Staff is very nice.
Dalyn S. Business travelers
United States of America, August 09, 2015
Great Staff, Rooms with Character, but can Improve

breakfast, the staff, the beautiful view of the Mekong
There are many places to stay in Nong Khai. I keep trying new ones. The Sofa Gallery Hotel is full of beautiful art work and peaceful places to sit and read or relax. I was the only one there so I had a lot of time to just be at peace. The rooms are ok but with a little work could be great! They have a nice deck to relax on and view the Mekong. The breakfast was very good too. Would I return? Im not sure, like I said there are many good aspects of this place and the people but they just need to work on the rooms. The are simple but decorated beautifully. The bed is Thai which I happen to like. The bath is outside so you share with geckoes and mosquitos. There is no restaurant at this time since it is rainy season. There is no pool. Wifi works great but there is no desk to work at. Televisions are not around which is ok by me but for the price it needs some good care. Again could not say enough of the staff they are fantastic, but when leaving not around. Think I will try it again though, just to see if these reviews do any good;)
Yi C. Groups
Taiwan, January 06, 2015
Great service and peaceful hotel.

Ambiance, service, and service!
Great peaceful place with very service-oriented staff!
Anyarin J. Families with older children
Thailand, January 02, 2015
We love the location

Good Location, Quiet and Nice Staffs
We have been here for one night after long driving .. our first impression is the view from our room where next to the Big river between Thai and Laos. The staffs are only 2 guys but they treated us very nice even they were so busy .. working hard but still smile and friendly (we'd love to give credit to Khun Max) It would be perfect stay if the hotel is more clean .. we are not sure if our room is clean enough since there was smell in the room.. There is no wi-fi in this hotel but please no worries there is many activities you will enjoy more than that!
Terje E. Families with young children
Norway, November 20, 2014
A hotel to be loved and hated

Location on the riverbeds of Mekong and nicely decorated rooms, together with the owner who is bellboy, cleaner, manager, waiter and on site artist is the positive things with the hotel.
The stay was a mixed experience. Outdoor bathroom is not the right thing along the mosquito infested areas of Mekong. Not when you have the type of blood that attracts mosquitos. There is also advertised that the hotel have a swimmingpool. Our daughter was disseapointed when she was seeing the pool. It was filled with green algea soup. The owner who is a spiritual person should inform that this is a pool that si built to please the serpent Naga. A Thai person will see this, - a foreigner will only see a dirty pool. In the early morning, walking down to river, I had to rescue a large rat that had fallen in to the pool during the Night. I could not stand to see the poor animal suffering. (I will normal kill rats). The owner is a unique person. It is difficult to say anything negative about the "hotel". He is working hard doing his best to please the guests. The rooms is nicely decorated, and the "hotel" has lots of charm. The numerous nice flower decorations makes it different from any hotel I have stayed before. This is a hotel which is perfect for young couples who appreciate somthing that is different from streamlined chain hotels. But for people loved by mosquiotos and who needs a bar and restaurant onsite, a swimmingpool and other amenities..this is not the hotel. Price is also a bit high. I believe the occupancy would be better if lowered by a third. There is five room, - and we were the only guest. We paid 400 baht extra to Upgrade to a room with riverview, putting the total at around 1850 baht. For that price a lot more comfort, but less orginality is available in Nong Khai. I have lived parts of the year in Thailand for the last 13 years. This was the most interesting out of hundreds of hotels I have lived in. Still, - I will choose another hotel on my next trip to Nong Khai.
aidan D. Couples
United Kingdom, November 10, 2014
Beautiful Hotel

location, design, staff
wonderful concept and beautifully designed hotel right on the Mekong & Khun Max was fantastic running the show. Could do with a bit of money investing; paint falling off stained walls, beds/pillows uncomfortable & hard to know if water feature was a swimming pool (right size) or a pond (right colour) But all in all highly recommended, hopefully when we return it would have had a lick of paint!
John Q. Business travelers
United Kingdom, March 10, 2014
Charming but overpriced

Quiet, nice garden, pleasant staff
The building is small, in that vague area between unfinished and dilapidated but clearly designed by an artist and possessing a certain charm. It's quite a way from the centre of town, nearer to the bridge The breakfast was Thai upcountry standard but the staff were very friendly and helpful The price was far too high compared to town centre hotels of similar standard
Lodewijk S. Couples
Netherlands, February 16, 2014
Very Nice, romantic, small hotel but high standard

Romantic, high service, small ( limited amount of rooms)
Superb, liked it every much. When we asked about massage, needed after a long bustrip, we got massage in our room.
Peter D. Solo travelers
United Kingdom, February 15, 2014
very peaceful location

breakfast was fine, a little limited with choice. Very peaceful and great view over the river.
Very nice, peaceful stylish place. No TV in room. But would use again as we liked the location.

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