Stylish and comfortable
Just two years old, Thai Thai is set down a lovely and quiet road about a kilometre from the historical park gates.
Everything is brand new here, and the cheapest rooms in a two-storey building towards the back of the leafy grounds filled with flowers are large and modern with comfortable beds, fridges, TVs, desks, spacious hot water bathrooms with tasteful ceramic bowl sinks and stencilled scenes of caged birds on light orange walls. Though these rooms are inviting, the 1,200 baht Thai-style wood bungalows offer all the same amenities and are worth the extra baht for the elegant Thai art, large porches, many windows, and sumptuous beds with curtained frames. Thai Thai has more of a resort feel and doesn't fit our definition of guesthouse in the least. A Thai restaurant and bicycle rental are available, as is free WiFi, but the signal doesn't quite reach the rooms towards the back. If you're looking for a comfortable and quiet resort atmosphere but not a spa and pool, Thai Thai is an excellent choice.
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.