Located in Sukhothai old town, designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this luxurious hotel offers the perfect base to explore some of Thailand’s most historic, iconic temples.
The resort is spectacularly designed and landscaped in the Thai village concept, in keeping with the historic nature of the surroundings. All spacious 62 rooms are designed in an elegant Thai classic style, with sturdy, teak furniture and flashes of colour, along with plenty of house plants for decoration. Yet, while the style is pleasingly old-fashioned, all rooms are equipped with the expected modern amenities, including air-conditioning, TV, refrigerator, and an en-suite bathtub.
The real highlight here is the fact that the site’s famous temples are right on your doorstep. Chedi Wat Chang Lom – the ancient temple in this, the oldest capital of Thailand – lies at the back of the boutique hotel. All of the Sukhothai temples are within easy walking distance of the hotel, making the visitor feel like they are immersed within the history of the site.
The Nam Khang Restaurant within the hotel reflects Sukhothai’s status as a celebration of Thai culture for centuries, earning renowned fame for truly authentic and delicious Thai meals, combined in the evening with cultural shows and performances.
Other facilities include a large swimming pool within the hotel grounds, an on-site spa offering a variety of traditional Thai massage treatments, and bikes available to hire to explore the temple complex on two wheels.
The hotel also offers space for functions and events, with a business centre and the capabilities for wedding ceremonies on-site. The large seminar room, a perfect example of traditional Thai craftsmanship, offers a capacity of up to 100 guests.