Bonito Chinos Hotel

Bonito Chinos Hotel


314/29 Sawanviti road, A.Muang , 60000 Nakhon Sawan

Tel: 056-222277, 081-973-7070, 081-379-3131 7 Fax: 056-224411.  –


A 20-minute drive to the natural sanctuary of Bung Boraphet, in Nakhon Sawan, Bonito Chinos Hotel offers stylish and large rooms with free Wi-Fi connection.

Fitted with tiled floor and contemporary furnishings, each air-conditioned room comes with a cable satellite flat-screen TV, a desk and a refrigerator stocked with minibar. An en suite bathroom is included.

Bonito Chinos Hotel has Jasmine Meeting Room and Bamboo Chic Function Room. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist guests in organising sightseeing trips. Guests can inquire about laundry service and a chargeable shuttle service.

Pink Peony Restaurant serves Chinese and Thai cuisines. Guests can enjoy a wide range of refreshments at Shanghai Chic Coffee Shop. Good.y-Good.y Rooftop Restaurant serves good Thai and European dishes. Breakfasts is Thai/Chinese fare and is included in the price of the room.

Bonito Chinos Hotel is clean and it has a tasteful decor in the dining room and foyer. The place is no frills, and it is perfectly adequate for a good night’s sleep: expect a nice bed and a good shower. Facilities include live music by Jenny, a Filipino singer performer.

Nakhon Sawan is no tourist destination, so don’t expect English speaking staff, though they are all very friendly and helpful.

Location is excellent, right in the centre of town, yet only seconds from the highway. Bonito Chinos Hotel lies opposite a 7 Eleven, and the large “Big C” department store is nearby. Sawan park, the city’s Chinese-inspired public park, is just a short stroll away. The hotel is a 5-minute drive from Nakhon Sawan Bus Station, a 10-minute drive to Wat Kiriwong and Jiraprawat Golf Course, and a 30-minute drive to Wat Jomkirinakapot.


THAILAND ON 2 WHEELS stayed at Bonito Chinos in May 2014. Follow THAILAND ON 2 WHEELS on Facebook:

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