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Due to a consistent influx of travellers over the last decade, Ranong has seen steady additions of new hotels, guesthouses, and resorts each year, and the town now offers a very solid mix of accommodation to choose from in all price ranges. The selection has become so good that we no longer see the need to list the crumbling old hotels that were once Ranong's only options, but don't fret if that old institutional style Chinese-Thai hotel is what you're after — a few of them remain on Ruangrat Rd. Ruangrat is also where you'll find a range of newer options, including some surprisingly quiet and cheap bungalows, and a brand new boutique hotel that gets big points for style. The rest of Ranong's accommodation choices are near the bus station and Rahsawarin hot springs, and although these are a hike from downtown there are some tranquil riverside rooms to be found here. It's also worth mentioning that if you want some serious peace and quiet, the accommodation options at Ngao National Park and Porn Rang hot springs are highly recommended.

  • The b Ranong Trend Hotel

    The b Ranong Trend Hotel

    Hip boutique spot with lots of extras

    295/2 Ruangrat Rd
    T: (077) 823 111; F: (081) 326 2366

    The b is proof that Ranong's accommodation scene has come a long way over the years. The colourful urban atmosphere of this medium sized hip boutique hotel would fit perfectly in Bangkok's trendy ... Read the full review of The b Ranong Trend Hotel.

    4.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Rattana's Resort

    Rattana's Resort

    Funny staff and big rooms

    127/7 Moo1, Phet Kasem Rd
    T: (081) 606 7094;

    Set on a lush hillside just past Thansila Resort and a half km from the hot springs, Rattana's offers enormous rooms fully equipped with one queen or two twin beds, air-con, hot water showers, ... Read the full review of Rattana's Resort.

    4 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Dahla House

    Dahla House

    Quiet cabins in the heart of town

    323/5 Ruangrat Rd
    T: (077) 812 959; F: (083) 649 7747

    The pleasant pink, white and mint green themed wood cabins of Dahla House are set back a good distance from Ruangrat Rd next to Sophon's Hideaway restaurant and down a gradual hill that's filled with ... Read the full review of Dahla House.

    4 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Palmy Home

    Palmy Home

    Great value, central location

    32/29 Kamlang Sap Rd, Ranong
    T: (077) 811 005; F: (081) 459 6732

    Directly across from Rattanarangsan Palace and one block from the city centre, Palmy Home is arguably Ranong's top budget choice. Set back from the road on two floors facing a shady (or palmy is it?) ... Read the full review of Palmy Home.

    4 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Baan Bunga Resort

    Baan Bunga Resort

    Hillside spot near the hot springs

    39 moo 2 Hat Sompen Rd, Ranong
    T: (077) 833 144; F: (089) 289 0085

    Directly across the street from Rim Than Resort is Baan Bunga, and the two offer very similar amenities, atmosphere and prices. Although Baan Bunga lacks the riverside setting of Rim Than, it ... Read the full review of Baan Bunga Resort.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Rim Than Resort

    Rim Than Resort

    Quiet spot near the hot springs

    29 moo 2 Hat Sompen Rd, Ranong
    T: (077) 833 792; F: (081) 968 5492

    Less than five minutes past the hot springs, the Rim Than offers cheap but well equipped rooms in a relaxed, family run setting right next to the river. The mint green, white tile floored wood ... Read the full review of Rim Than Resort .

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Loong Poj Boutique Hostel

    Loong Poj Boutique Hostel

    Unique guesthouse right in town

    225 Ruangrat Rd, Ranong
     F: (087) 266 6333

    Loong Poj is easy to find at the corner of Kamlang Sap and Ruangrat Rd, and what it lacks in amenities it makes up for in style. The owner is an interesting young artist and musician, so the communal ... Read the full review of Loong Poj Boutique Hostel.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
  • Tinidee Hotel

    Tinidee Hotel

    Large scale spot with a great hot tub

    41/144 Tamuang Rd, Ranong
    T: (077) 834 112; F: (077) 832 262

    The Tinidee actually occupies two separate buildings — the first is a grand, up-scale hotel while the other next door is a still comfortable option for those on a budget, and considering those ... Read the full review of Tinidee Hotel.

    3.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Thansila Resort

    Thansila Resort

    Riverside chalet

    129/2 Soi Thara, Phetkasem Rd, Ranong
    T: (077) 823 405;

    Perched over a babbling stream down a shady and quiet soi off Phet Kasem Rd that's a ten minute walk to both the bus station and hot springs, Thansila's stylish, romantic setting make it an ... Read the full review of Thansila Resort.

    3.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 3 votes Flashpacker
  • Suta House Bungalows

    Suta House Bungalows

    Bargain air-con rooms

    Ruangrat Rd, Ranong
    T: (077) 832 707-8;

    The bungalows at Suta House are set a good distance off Ruangrat Rd, so while they're close to Ranong's nightlife area they stay quiet at night. With front porches featuring tables and chairs, the ... Read the full review of Suta House Bungalows.

    3 stars Under 600B 7 votes Backpacker
  • Kiwi Orchid Guest House

    Kiwi Orchid Guest House

    Who said bus stations were boring?

    Next to Ranong's bus station, Phetkasem Rd, Ranong
    T: (077) 832 812;

    The Kiwi Orchid's name seems to suggest it's in a picturesque, tropical environment, but actually it sits right behind the Ranong bus station. The place has something of a youth hostel vibe with a ... Read the full review of Kiwi Orchid Guest House.

    2.5 stars Under 600B 4 votes Backpacker

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