Left: Baan Dok Mai bathroom. Where am I going to put my toiletries? Not hat I have that much, but I would like one flat even surface. Here every surface is convex, and if something slips down, it might land in the toilet bowl!
Right: Marina Inn bathroom. Plenty of space for my toiletries, and can easily pee into sink.
Not in picture: A bathroom elsewhere where the sink is in a table, but I have to get on my toetips and bend forward 45 degrees to pee in the sink.
Hot water in shower best by electrical water heater right above or beside the shower. In those hotels with central water heater, I waste a lot of water and time figuring out where hot water is, and waiting for it to arrive. Please no shower in bathtub or shower curtains.
With such a wonderful atrium they can be excused for switching all power plugs (fridge and TV as well) with the key tag and having the shower in bathtub and being 1.2 km from bus station (E of bus station, and when I came by van we passed there anyway and I asked to get out at the hotel).
Lertnimitra Hotel in Chayaphum
(300 THB including breakfast! The breakfast is basic: toast and jam, bananas, rice soup. 26mar2017, 1oct2017, 4feb2018) And in their backyard is the Seri Thai museum.
The Boss Grand Tower Hotel Khon Kaen
Near Wat Chet Yot and Clock Tower.
Me Hug Phayao
Shower gel and shampoo provided, that's awesome!
Counterexample from Germany
In Europe, I don't stay in hotels or eat in restaurants for reasons of price. But when out with my parents, they pay for everything, so I get around a bit. One place we stayed in had a bottle of water with a note "Geniessen Sie dieses Getraenk fuer 4 Euro" My translation: "Enjoy this drink for 4 Euro" Enjoy? 4 Euro for 250 (?) ml of water? Are you talking out of your arse? I rather die of dehydration!
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