Photo: Simple charms.

Belle Villa Resort

Classy resort and good family option

113 Moo 6, Huay Poo Wiang Nua Rd, Wiang Tai T: (053) 698 226-8(081) 302 4151  paireservation@bellevillaresort.com
http://www.bellevillaresort.com

Belle Villa Resort

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Belle Villa is to our mind one of the best of Pai’s myriad mid- to upper-range out of town resorts. It’s low-key, friendly and offers remarkably good low season deals with relatively fair high ones.

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This is a mid-size resort with some 44 room options in total, but comes with two swimming pools, a large restaurant and cafe plus extensive gardens, so even in the busiest moments it shouldn’t seem too crowded. The gardens are lovely and lovingly tended without being over-manicured and contain a mixture of ornamental plants and shrubs and mature native trees.

A very smart set-up.

A very smart set-up. Photo: Mark Ord

The restaurant comes with a covered section for rainy days and agreeable outdoor decking—plus poolside chairs and tables for a fair weather morning coffee or evening cocktail. The menu offers both local specialities and Western alternatives at sensible prices, so if you were feeling too lazy to get into town it wouldn’t be the end of the world.

For accommodation, there’s a choice between rooms in a small hotel-style block to the rear of the garden, or individual private chalets scattered around the garden. The off-white painted two-storey block doesn’t have the same rustic charm as the wooden stilt chalets with their traditional teak-tiled roofs, but they do have their own large pool and all rooms have pleasant balconies. Ground floor ones give directly onto the poolside and interiors are spic and span with wide windows letting plenty of light in.

Room interior with a daybed suitable for a child.

Room interior with a daybed suitable for a child. Photo: Mark Ord

The sturdy wooden chalets are raised on concrete bases with large balconies and decent distances between each one. Interiors are clean and comfortable if unremarkable, with minimal decor and functional rather than fancy furniture. A window seat can easily transform into a child’s bed and indeed with the great garden to run around in and two good sized swimming pools this strikes us as a good family option. All rooms come with fridge, free tea and coffee, cable TV, safety deposit box, ensuite spacious bathrooms and WiFi.

The staff members we met were extremely helpful with good levels of English and the same group has resorts in Chiang Mai and Khao Lak, so management should know what they’re doing. Overall this is a delightful and tranquil spot and good value for money.

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Walk-in rates at Belle Villa Resort

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
1,600 baht
2,800 baht
Deluxe double room
1,800 baht
3,200 baht
Pool room
Deluxe bungalow
2,000 baht
3,500 baht
Room: Standard double room, low season: 1,600 baht, high season 2,800 baht. Notes:
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 1,800 baht, high season 3,200 baht. Notes: Pool room
Room: Deluxe bungalow, low season: 2,000 baht, high season 3,500 baht. Notes:

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Where is Belle Villa Resort

Belle Villa Resort
113 Moo 6, Huay Poo Wiang Nua Rd, Wiang Tai
T: (053) 698 226-8(081) 302 4151 
paireservation@bellevillaresort.com
http://www.bellevillaresort.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º26'23.04" E, 19º22'17.33" N
Room rates: 1,500B to 4,000B

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