Transfert depuis/vers l'aéroport
Wi-Fi gratuit dans toutes les chambres
|Note de l'emplacement||6,5|
|Aéroport le plus proche||Aéroport international de Vientiane (VTE) - Laos|
|Distance vers l'aéroport||18,7 km|
Situé à Nongkhai centre, le Royal Mekong Nongkhai Hotel est l'établissement parfait pour profiter de Nongkhai et de ses environs. De là, les clients peuvent facilement se déplacer et profiter de tous les avantages offerts par cette ville dynamique. Pour les visites et les sorties, pas besoin de chercher loin ! L'établissement est proche de remarquables points d'intérêts de la ville, tels que Pont de l'Amitié Lao-Thaïlandaise, Monument de Prap Ho, The Pier Market - Sadet Pier.
Le Royal Mekong Nongkhai Hotel offre un service impeccable et tous les équipements nécessaires au bien-être des voyageurs fourbus. L'établissement donne accès à un vaste éventail de services, dont WiFi gratuit dans toutes les chambres, parking, service en chambre, navette aéroport, restaurant, pour n'en citer que quelques-uns.
Profitez d'équipements de qualité supérieure durant votre séjour. Certaines chambres sont équipées de internet sans fil (gratuit), chambres non-fumeurs, climatisation, bureau, mini-bar, qui permettent aux hôtes de se détendre et de recharger leurs batteries après une journée bien remplie. Les installations récréatives de l'établissement, qui comprennent piscine extérieure, massage, jardin, assurent aux hôtes un sentiment d'évasion et de détente total. Quelle que soit la raison qui vous amène à Nongkhai, le Royal Mekong Nongkhai Hotel est l'établissement qu'il vous faut pour une escapade grisante.
Enfants et lits supplémentaires
Les lits supplémentaires dépendent de la chambre que vous choisissez. Pour plus de détails, veuillez vérifier la capacité de chaque chambre.
Tous les enfants sont les bienvenus.
|Âge de l'hôte||Lit supplémentaire|
Jeunes enfants de 0 à 1 an(s) [inclus]
Séjour gratuit en utilisant la literie existante.
Les berceaux ou lits pour bébé doivent être réclamés directement auprès de l'établissement.
Enfants de 2 à 3 ans
Séjour gratuit en utilisant la literie existante.
Des frais additionnels s'appliquent si un lit supplémentaire est demandé.
À partir de 4 ans, les hôtes sont considérés comme des adultes.
L'utilisation d'un lit supplémentaire entraînera des frais additionnels.
Royal Mekong Nongkhai Hotel
|Note des clients|
Note des avis
En attente d'avis
Afficher les avis qui mentionnent :
sans interet, hotel sale, sinistre, wifi fonctionnant mal, et petit dejeuner mauvais et nappes du restaurant tres sales! belle piscine, mais utilise par de la clientele non residente a l hotel
Hôtel vetuste, a besoin de rénovations.”
Juste acceptable, Je ne retournerai plus dans cet hôtel. Internet inutilisable parce que trop faible, matériel et mobilier d'il y a 30 ans.
Cet hotel pourrait etre un endroit magnifique”
Court sejour en transit car non loin du pont de l'amitie, dommage pour la vetuste de l'hotel aui pourrait etre un superbe endroit avec un peu d'entretien et de renovation.
Good location and value”
This was a nice, but very outdated hotel. Turns out they never got my reservation I made on Agoda and said they didn’t use Agoda, but they had plenty of room. I think I would try to stay at a newer place next time I’m in that area.
The pictures on the internet were at least 25 years old. Images were not representative of the reality. Swimming pool area is grubby. The place is very old and in need of refurbishment.
Fantastic experience. Felt like we entered a different world. Very peaceful stay.
we like to stay here when traveling through nong khai.
not a pleasant experience”
My booked room was unclean and not made up from the prior guest. The next room had no internet access despite them advertising internet, and only Thai channels on TV. Not what I would expect for the price. Internet would cut in and out every few minutes, very frustrating. The restaurant had none of the basic Thai food dishes that were on the menu.
3 days, in a suite. The room was ok, The toilet was very very very dirty. Breakfast bad, ugly, dirty and stinky.
"apalling to say the least"”
on checking in, the hotel had no records of my booking, i had to open my laptop to prove to them that the booking was confirmed and fully paid for, this took over 20 minutes, eventually they were satisfied. the room was a disgrace, dirty socks left in the bathroom, bath plug did not work, the shower was unsevicable with no hot water. the electris bedside lights were lethal. the breakfast was abismal, cold tea or coffee, cold everything. i made an official complaint to the management, no apolagies or gratitude made from them at all. i felt that we deserved a full refund as we spent most of the day outside the hotel, my partner eventually check out a day earlier,she was so upset by all of this..
We enjoyed the view of the river from the 5th floor with a view of Friend Ship bridge and Laos and the sunrise. The room was large and comfortable. Very few hotels in Thailand have bathtubs which we took full advantage of. It was a 4 star hotel 20 years ago. During our stay I counted seven staff members. All shops, exercise room, and bar were closed the entire time. The internet never worked and the front desk did not attempt to repair it. I would stay here again.
Bad hotel....in Nong Khai...”
If we had somewhere else to stay we would have ...the whole hotel is run down and dirty ...the place needs closing for six months and refurbishing from top to bottom...I have stayed in cleaner hotels in Angola and they were bad.....my partner and i will never stay there again....
Bad Bad and Bad”
I actually can't call this is a hotel. I can't see who can stay in this hotel. it was so disappointed from the picture. In fact, we are not staying in this hotel and find somewhere else that stay-able near by. Do not come here..... Looks like haunted hotel!
Have a great history.”
First and last time”
We only where there for 2 nights. I did not like the hotel. It felt dirty, smelly. The bath / shower was horrible. This hotel services the worst coffee I have ever tasted in my life. After a first sip I took my cup outside and threw away the undefined liquid. The swimming pool is very nice but is only open from 10 am to 19 pm. I will not go back to this place.
A nice getaway for me n the wife”
My wife and I really enjoyed ourselves. Yes, it is old and tired, but it was also clean and pleasant too. It is def a mark to a day long passed and it shows, but enjoy its history and other offerings. We'll go back, it was pretty cheap too. Beats most of the stuff in Nong Khai in terms of character and charm anyway. We say do IT!If you're in a car, theres a great restaurant about 3 miles up the road toward the Lao border. Eat there before you arrive to the hotel. You can't miss it, on the right side, hige beautiful wooden restaurant, fancy lights and all. Great great food.
Hotel in need of renovation,but very clean spaciou”
Desperate need of renovation,but clean large rooms and breakfast OK,good value for the money
Dirty room, dirty corridors, full of dust.”
Magne from Norway. This hotel smells old. Also smells dust. You can feel the dust in your nose at all time. The room walls were very dirty, carpets on the floor should be thrown out long time ago. The paining under left side of window is falling off, too the floor. The furnitures very old and worn out. Carpet in coridors were full and dust along the walls. The table-cloths in the restaurent were also dirty. We did not eat in that restaurent, only little bit breakfast. I will not come back to this hotel. We only stayed there for one night and that was enough.
The worst in a long time of traveling”
Wifi did not work, complained but did not get a satisfactory solution. Room not clean, bed old and worn out, lookalike Ike the hotel has had very little money spent on it in the last few years. Must of been good one day.. Show signs of hard times
A Good Spot in a Quiet Town”
Nong Khai doesn't get a great deal of tourist traffic, its chief claim to fame being that it's one end of the Friendship Bridge connecting Thailand and Laos. That said, one could easily while away a couple of pleasant days in this sleepy riverside town, where excellent food, great massages and plenty of greenery are all readily available. Should you choose to do so, the Royal Mekong Nong Khai Hotel can provide an intriguing experience to be sure. Nearly empty during my late September stay (as it apparently is most of the time), the hotel offered perhaps the largest room I've ever stayed in, complete with a fine view of the Mekong River and Laos just across it, a huge swimming pool, plenty of places to sit and relax and a truly satisfying American-style breakfast. I am told that the Royal Mekong is up for sale, alas, which isn't surprising considering how few guests it seems to attract; those of you heading for Nong Khai are advised to pay it a visit while you still can.