The Phadaeng Mansion in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand - HD Video

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[HD video below] There is no shortage of affordable accommodation options in the charming city of Ubon Ratchathani in the north east of Thailand.

Pak Mor for breakfast at Talart Yai in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand. Seb illy!

And while choosing between them can be a daunting task, The Phadaeng Mansion is without a doubt one of the very best you can choose.

The 77-room hotel opened 6 years ago, and with rooms starting from just 500 Baht nett per night, including Wi-Fi and some tea/coffee with donuts for breakfast, has quickly become very popular.

The rooms at The Phadaeng Mansion are clean and comfortable with a nice fridge, quality air conditioning units, reliable and fast WiFi, plenty of storage space, good quality water power in the bathrooms, and small Thai-style balconies with an extra sink if you wish to cook or wash clothes etc..

But it is not the quality of the rooms, nor the fact that each of them are different as you will see in the video below, but it is the location of The Phadaeng Mansion that helps make this such a great place to stay.

The hotel is just 400 metres from the extremely popular Thung Si Muang park which locals use to jog around, play basketball, do aerobics, play football and workout in a free open air gym. The weekend street market is also located next to the park, and the hotel is only a few minutes walk away from the River Mun which, with its nice restaurants and bars, is a great place to watch the sunset. The traditional morning food market - Talart Yai - is also located next to the river, and you can go there early morning to enjoy delicacies such as Pak Mor (pictured), among other treats, for breakfast.

The Phadaeng Mansion is truly an excellent choice if you are looking for somewhere to stay in the wonderful and charming city of Ubon Ratchathani in Thailand.

The Phadaeng Mansion in Ubon Ratchathani (Thailand)

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