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The Tae Raek Antique Hotel has a beautiful oriental antique interior. The level of detail that went into the interior decoration is sublime. The rooms are comfortable. One of the best showers ever. The location is good. Close to the lake side restaurants in the old town and 2 km from the beach. We loved being in the hotel.
Lovely chinese style boutique hotel on the edge of the old town. Rooms are small and clean. I liked that it is a bit different to a lot of other hotels. It definitely has character. Staff was very friendly. Though we had a bit of communication problems. So we got sausages and ham from breakfast as vegetarians 🙃
This beautiful hotel is among the top of my all-time staying experience. If you visit Songkhla city, particularly the old town area, I would recommend that you spend some nights here. The location is conveniently within a few minutes' walk to the weekend walking street and within comfortable walking distance to explore the old town. The bed is comfortable, and the hot shower is excellent. The staffs were courteous and friendly. Just these factors alone make this hotel a great choice. But what makes my stay so special above the others is really the character hotel itself. I felt a sense of history the moment I walked into the lobby. The interior decorations and antique furniture looked precious and felt sentimental. It was almost like being in a museum. The original hotel was built back in 1946 (per its Facebook page) and renovated with the preservation of the old classic. The level of decorations was obviously not to maximize profits but rather to showcase the heritage of the locale. While I was waiting for my ride after the checkout, I was introduced to the owner. . During our brief conversation, he told me that he was a native of Songkhla and that the renovation of this hotel was his pride and labor of love. That pretty much summed it all up.…