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    Phadaeng mansion, Ubon Ratchathani

    Just checked out of hospital and thought was all set to go back to The Pan house when I convinced the wife to check out Phadaeng Mansion which was a place I had looked at a few weeks ago when I was staying at the Montana after deciding not to go back to the Tokyo.

    Only 4 months old, you can't miss it as it is a huge building (for Ubon) located on Phadaeng road almost opposite the wrong way cafe.

    Phadaeng mansion.
    www.phadaengmansion.com (dosn't seem to work)
    phadaengmansion[at]hotmail.com
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    400 baht for a room with a double bed, 500 baht for a king size. 5,000 baht per month.

    A few English movie channels, fridge, outside wash up area.

    A nice little Lobby with some copies of the classics, however one in particular they decided to cover up his privates with some paper and fishing line

    I really did like the Pan House but this place is in a better location being only 1 block from the main park and slightly better value, making it now my choice for best valued Hotel in ubon.

    If the wrong way cafe doesn't do enough for you taste buds then just a few blocks away is the laithong buffet
    News is what someone, somewhere is trying to suppress - everything else is just advertising.

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    We chose the ground floor as I can't climb stairs yet so no view but the building is about 5 stories high so must be some good views up above.


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    What were you in the hospital for?

    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock View Post


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    If you can handle the entire story read from the start, if not just read the last 2 pages.

    http://teakdoor.com/health-fitness-a...lp-needed.html (Sciatica help needed.)

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    I just got the joke chitown, i thought it was a bit strange you asking as I thought you already knew! I will blame it on the drugs I am on.

    Yes, while I was in there I had a little op done on my errr meat and two veg as it was too long and getting in the way

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    As I said, you can't miss it as it is really Grandiose so here is a pic to prove my point. No mozzies here and very quiet. I stuffed up big time though as I forgot today was Boxing day and therefore the boxing day test is on which is showing at the Pan house apartments and not here


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    I would like to add something to this thread.

    When I was taking photos of the reception area the owners asked my wife why I was doing that. She told him it would go on a website as well as my blog.

    About a week ago the owner called my wife to say thank you because it seems that someone checked in and said they had read this review somewhere. We all know what Thai business people can be like so I was very surprised that he remembered who we were, found my wifes number and bothered to make the call. Well done!

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    Thahnk you for comimg and taking photos of our mansion. We hope to see you next time, Thank you for everything.

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    Streuth. Nice pics and looks like a good place to stay. Very fair prices too. If they stay that way we'll be down there sooner rather than later.

    Proactive management is good to see.

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    Forgot to mention as well that they have free wifi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phadaeng View Post
    Thahnk you for comimg and taking photos of our mansion. We hope to see you next time, Thank you for everything.
    Just in case it is real.

    Hi Phadaeng, thanks for saying hello. Hotels with good management will always get good repeat customers.

    I hope to see you on Thursday for a night and I can drop that book off as well that you very kindly let me borrow.

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    Memock, you really seem to be having some luck with the locals recently. Have you checked the bottom of your thongs to make sure you didn't stand in something.

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    I just assumed this was normal Thai behaviour

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    Of course, I forgot, How stupid of me.

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    thephadaeng.blogspot.
    e-mail: thephadaeng[at]gmail
    Tel. 045254600
    126 Phadaeng Rd., Ubon Ratchathani, 34000 Thailand

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    ผาแดงแมนชั่น is the full address.

    Nice website, some of those photos look familiar! We will definitely be there tomorrow afternoon, if you like I can take some proper photos for you to use free of charge as I am sure you don't wont one with my computer bag etc in it do you?

    See you tomorrow.

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    I'm very sorry. I stole your pics. I'll still in Bangkok tomorrow. Please contact my brothers at Ubon. Thank you.

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    Hi Phadaeng, no problems, I don't really mind - just tell your brother to give me a good price on the room tomorrow!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    500 baht for a king size. 5,000 baht per month.
    That really don't make sense mushy brain, it's cheaper to stay for a week than 5 days, and much cheaper to stay for a month than 11 days.

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    Same on the hotel website,

    Rate Guide :


    400 baht for a room with a double bed
    500 baht for a king size.
    5,000 baht per month

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    500 baht for a king size. 5,000 baht per month.
    That really don't make sense mushy brain, it's cheaper to stay for a week than 5 days, and much cheaper to stay for a month than 11 days.
    Mushy brain huh, you really should think before you post. Didn't they teach you that in the book 'owning a forum for dummies'?

    If you stay for 5 nights it would cost you 2,500 baht. 7 nights is 3,500 baht. 30 nights is 5,000 baht.

    I need a hotel, not an apartment. Unless I ended up staying more then 10 nights a month then I will continue to book per night.

    We stayed there two nights ago and the great owners insisted on a free room due to the publicity we have given them.

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    Is there an in-room safe, how do phadeang mansion compere to pan house? I'll be there (ubon) july about the 12th,for 5000 baht a month, I'll use it as a base whilst exploring laos & ubon province with #2
    regards bungalowbill.

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    They really are about the same. bungalow bill. Both good value, the only difference is the location. Pan house is opposite the hospital and therefore is really busy (rooms are quiet) while phadaeng is set back from the road and is on a slightly quieter street and is closer to the park which is why we stay there.

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    Smile Great place

    This is my favorite place to stay. Nice rooms, great price, wifi, and very helpful people. I wanted to buy some muu yam and other foods not easily found. Not only was I told where, but was offered a ride there. And trying to go to Prae in the North, not only was I given information, but a call was made to NakonChai Air bus company. This is a full-service hotel!

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    Thats great to hear jimbone, I send a lot of people there so glad to hear that their service is still top notch.

    Have you been into Peppers yet for a feed?

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