The days of the Inchantree Resort offering incredible rooms for under 1,000 baht are over -- the place has been taken over by the U Hotels and Resorts empire, which runs over a dozen hotels in five Asian countries.
The group added their own touches of style to the rooms, including art featuring dark silhouettes of trees and the Death Railway bridge behind fluffy king size beds. All rooms come with air-con, safes, fridges and minibars, hair dryers, bathrobes and slippers, iPods and LCD satellite TVs. The suite gets you a separate bedroom and sitting area. Rooms are clustered around a shady lawn overlooking the river. A large swimming pool and restaurant with mini-decks immediately over the river have also been added by the U group. Overall this is a fine choice if you're seeking a very comfy and chic resort experience near the bridge, but unlike the old Inchantree, you'll need to pay a hefty sum for it. However discounts can often be had on either the hotel's website or third party booking sites, and it's still reasonable value if you can score one.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.