Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
A handful of decent hotels are found within walking distance of the train and bus stations within Pak Chong town. Travellers with their own transport could go for one of the relaxing resorts off Route 2243 in scenic Northern Pak Chong, or one of the many choices along the Khao Yai National Park access road.
The city of Pak Chong offers a handful of quality hotels and guesthouses at budget prices, and even a picturesque resort on the Lam Takong River just a couple kilometres from the town's centre. Prices are often negotiable on weekdays, but on weekends expect them often to increase.
Very happy indeed187/25 Mittraphap Rd, Pak Chong
T: (044) 312 375;
The Happiness Guesthouse sits down a quiet residential side street off Mittraphap Rd, about one and a half km from the centre of Pak Chong to the southwest. If on foot, the location is not quite ... Read the full review of Happiness Guesthouse.Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
Country meets city109/1 Mittraphap Rd, Pak Chong
T: (044) 316 666; F: (044) 315 595
Located just past Bangok Hospital towards the northeast side of town, Nannam occupies a pleasant and quiet area along the Lam Takong river (really it's more like a babblling brooke). Rooms are spread ... Read the full review of Nannam Resort .
Basic but comfortable at the centre of town650/1 Mittraphap Rd, Pak Chong
T: (044) 279 0827; F: (044) 313 232
If looking to stay right in he town centre, look no further than Pak Chong Hotel. The medium sized hotel sits set back down a narrow lane off Mittraphap Rd, so while it's a two minute walk to the ... Read the full review of Pak Chong Hotel.Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
Up-scale choice on the up and up151/1 Mittraphap Rd, Pakchong
T: (044) 280 047; F: (044) 280 122
The Landmark looms large a few kilometers from the town centre to Pak Chong's southwest. The lobby is truly impressive with massive marble pillars, designer couches, and Roman style sculptures. At ... Read the full review of Pak Chong Landmark Hotel.
Central choice with lots of extras430 Mittraphap Rd, Pak Chong
T: (044) 313 3656; F: (044) 312 933
Located right on Mittraphap Rd near the centre of town with its name posted in giant red letters on the building's exterior, the Rimtarninn is tough to miss, and unlike so many hotels with big, ... Read the full review of Rimtarninn Hotel.
Northern Pak Chong (route 2243)
A number of resorts dot Pak Chong's picturesque northern area, but you'll need your own transport to get to them. Prices are often negotiable on weekdays, but on weekends expect them to increase.
Sure to make you grinRai Pandinthong 99/3 Moo 10 (Rte. 2243), Pak Chong
T: (087) 250 8855; F: (085) 762 2688
Cute, pleasant and picturesque, Smile Resort is located down a scenic lane off Rte. 2243 about seven kilometres north of Pak Chong, You would need your own transport to get to and from here, but if ... Read the full review of Smile Resort.
Hillside retreat54/1 Moo 10 Tambon, Pak Chong
T: (081) 879 6449; F: (044) 311 687
Set down a side road off Rte. 2243 (it's a left if heading away from Pak Chong, look for the signs), White Rock is a unique resort set on a hillside with stunning views of the surrounding mountains ... Read the full review of White Rock Resort.
Tranquil setting not too far from town82/13 Route 2243, Pak Chong
T: (088) 346 3467; F: (044) 936 017
Located right along Rte. 2243 just outside of town (although too far to walk), See Sky Camp is a resort/campground set on a scenic field. They offer spacious tents with comfortable double beds on ... Read the full review of See Sky Camp.
Southern Pak Chong (Thanarat Rd / Khao Yai access road)
There are also a number of resorts along Thanarat Rd on the way to Khao Yai National Park. Though generally not quite as scenic as the northern area, staying here means you're closer to Khao Yai, and while you will need your own transport for most of the resorts, there are a couple that will pick you up at the bus stop or train station in Pak Chong provided you're purchasing tours from them.
Hop from your tree house on to an elephant215 Moo 5, Thanarat Rd, Pak Chong
T: (044) 297 183; F: (044) 297 183
Jungle House is a resort, campground, attraction, restaurant, and tour operator all rolled into one, and it is indeed impressive. The grounds stretch back for several kiometres, and indeed the whole ... Read the full review of The Jungle House.1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange
Relaxed, scenic spot near the Khao Yai gates188 Moo 17, Thanarat Rd, Pak Chong
T: (044) 297 389; F: (081) 482 5560
The prices at Apple Camp seemed a bit steep at first, but after hanging around for a while it suddenly seemed well worth it. Located on a scenic stretch of land with mountain views, about a half ... Read the full review of Apple Camp.
Outstanding budget option52 Moo 6, Thanarat Rd (km 7.5), Pak Chong
T: (044) 365 073; F: (089) 424 8809
In an area most often frequented by local tourists, Greenleaf is unique in that mainly caters to foreign travellers -- and they do an excellent job of it. Basic budget double rooms are perfect for ... Read the full review of Greenleaf Guesthouse and Tour.Under 600B 2 votes Backpacker
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