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.
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 main bus stop and night market it still stays relatively quiet. Rooms are available with fan or air-con, and all are simple but clean and comfortable with TV and hot water bathrooms. Those facing the... Read our full review of Pak Chong Hotel.
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.
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.
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 backpackers looking to see Khao Yai without going broke. All are simply furnished with a double or two twin beds with mosquito nets, fans, private cold water bathrooms, and front porches with tables... Read our full review of Greenleaf Guesthouse and Tour.
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 place is in the jungle, with narrow roads and paths connecting one bulding to the next. There are a whopping 29 different accommodation options, from basic cabins set well out in the jungle to... Read our full review of The Jungle House.