It’s a small hotel in the central part, not far from the temples and not far from the main street (Pub Street) for going out in the evenings. It doesn’t have a pool but it offers a calm and quiet atmosphere and their prices are good. The breakfast wasn’t amazing but good enough and their dinner was priced much better than most restaurants nearby. The tours they offer are also priced well and not a rip off. I had my room tidied daily but my sheets were changed only when I asked for it so if you’re staying for a week, you may want to ask for this once or twice. The staff is very polite and attentive, very young and keen to practice their English so conversation is welcome. They even prepared breakfast for me to take away on my sunrise tour which was from 5am, way before breakfast time and this was a nice surprise. The garden is nice too and ideal for a drink in the evening but make sure you get a mosquito spray. When it rained they offered me umbrella, which many other small hotels don’t bother with. Overall, very pleased with my stay there and will recommend it. It’s not a fancy hotel but for it’s star rating it’s absolutely great.