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Where to stay in Chanthaburi

Chanthaburi town

The accommodation scene in Chanthaburi has evolved in recent years as boutique hotels and sleek dorms joined older lodgings, some of which are still worth a look. We’ve zeroed in on five solid options in town, but you’ll also find resorts in the beach towns of Laem Singh and Chao Lao mentioned in our wrap on the Chanthaburi coast.


252 Sukhapiban Rd, Chanthaburi
1,500B to 4,000B
Baan Luang Rajamaitri Historic Inn
Midrange - 1,500B to 4,000B
252 Sukhapiban Rd, Chanthaburi
T: (039) 322 037

Set in a beautifully restored 150-year-old house in the Chanthaboon old town, Baan Luang Rajamaitri stands as an inn, a museum and an award-winning example of community-driven historical preservation. A Chanthaburi native who lived from 1876 to 1956, Luang Rajamaitri was a businessman, aristocrat and philanthropist credited with importing Eastern Thailand’s first rubber trees and funding... Read our full review of Baan Luang Rajamaitri Historic Inn.

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43/11-13 Trirat Rd, Chanthaburi
Under 600B
Chernchan Hostel
Backpacker - Under 600B
43/11-13 Trirat Rd, Chanthaburi
T: (065) 573 8841

Set on the east side of the river within walking distance of the old town and gem market, Chernchan is a clean, stylish and modern hostel offering cushy dorms and private rooms for flashpackers. Spiralling wooden stairs lead through four floors in a building that received a major renovation before opening in 2017. A single mixed gender dorm has six bunks, each with soft linens and blankets on... Read our full review of Chernchan Hostel .

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Soi Rim Nam-Nong Puek Nai, Chanthaburi
600B to 1,500B
Riverawan Hotel
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
Soi Rim Nam-Nong Puek Nai, Chanthaburi
T: (061) 441 6192

If you don’t mind staying 1.5 kilometres north of the old town, rooms at the Riverawan beat those offered by Chanthaburi’s more centrally located hotels by a long shot—and you get a pool with a river and mountain outlook. The modern hotel blends brushed concrete with hardwood accents in a ground-floor common area that’s open to the air on two sides. Here you’ll find reception along... Read our full review of Riverawan Hotel.

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98/1 Benchamarachutit Rd, Chanthaburi
600B to 1,500B
Kasemsarn Hotel
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
98/1 Benchamarachutit Rd, Chanthaburi
T: (039) 311 100

With an excellent location and a decent list of amenities in the flashpacker-range rooms, Kasemsarn displays that old hotels can be successfully revamped for modern times. The fairly large three-floor hotel stands a block west of the riverside old town and across the street from the fantastic local cuisine served at Chanthorn Pochana. A coffee shop joins reception, a roofed car park and... Read our full review of Kasemsarn Hotel.

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3/5-8 Si Chan Rd, Chanthaburi
Under 600B
The River Guest House
Backpacker - Under 600B
3/5-8 Si Chan Rd, Chanthaburi
T: (090) 936 7499

The long-running River Guest House remains a reasonable option for backpackers seeking a cheap room in an old-style setup with the bonus of a riverside patio. Standing four storeys with stairs accessing all rooms, the featureless concrete building has a ground-floor common room opening to tables and potted plants set beneath fairy lights by the river. Some who have stayed here complained... Read our full review of The River Guest House.

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