Photo: Plenty of greenery.

Pai Village

Great chalets in the town centre

88 Moo 3, Tesaban Rd, Wiang Tai T: (053) 698 152(081) 594 0677  fom@paivillage.com
http://www.paivillage.com

Pai Village

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Located at the Chaisongkran end of Tesaban Road, Pai Village is an all-round excellent spot. Within its price category, it’s one of the better low season deals in the centre of Pai.

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The location is central but quiet, with good rooms, friendly staff and excellent facilities. The reception is spacious and well done out with a teak finish, and they have one of the town’s more popular and well laid out guesthouse restaurants, Blue Ox. Set out the front, it offers drinks plus Western and Thai options at reasonable prices. Behind this—in an admittedly slightly cramped garden—are comfortable and well-appointed chalets with balconies and ensuite hot water showers, all attractively finished in bamboo and teak. Roofs are also traditional style with layered teak leaves.

Brightly finished rooms with a flourish.

Brightly finished rooms with a flourish. Photo: Mark Ord

Interiors are finished in woven, varnished bamboo panelling with tasteful lighting and a mosquito net above every bed and despite the rustic theme come with air-con, WiFi, fridge, safety deposit box and tea- and coffee-making facilities.

The lush, well-tended garden does manage to create an impression of the chalets being in the middle of a manicured jungle rather than squeezed onto a slightly too small piece of land. Paths and ponds break up the vegetation and while the resort doesn’t quite reach the river, it’s only a stone’s throw away. The spacious restaurant and long thin garden help to keep any street noise to minimal levels.

Verandas designed for lounging.

Verandas designed for lounging. Photo: Mark Ord

Our only major quibble with Pai Village is that considering the price of the family rooms, one might expect them to offer a pool (there is certainly room for at least a small one). There’s also a rather complicated array of room categories depending upon minor variations in chalet positioning. On the ground, apart from the large family villas, it is quite tricky telling one from another. Pai Village isn’t cheap, so check their web offers or online booking rates, which are frequently lower than advertised ones. Overall in the Pai accommodation context, Pai Village does represent value for money—in low season, especially. Rates quoted include breakfast.

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Walk-in rates at Pai Village

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
1,500 baht
2,400 baht
Deluxe Cottage
Superior double room
1,700 baht
2,500 baht
Deluxe Garden
Deluxe double room
2,000 baht
3,000 baht
Deluxe Village
Deluxe Suite
2,500 baht
3,500 baht
Family room
3,500 baht
6,500 baht
Room: Standard double room, low season: 1,500 baht, high season 2,400 baht. Notes: Deluxe Cottage
Room: Superior double room, low season: 1,700 baht, high season 2,500 baht. Notes: Deluxe Garden
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 2,000 baht, high season 3,000 baht. Notes: Deluxe Village
Room: Deluxe Suite, low season: 2,500 baht, high season 3,500 baht. Notes:
Room: Family room, low season: 3,500 baht, high season 6,500 baht. Notes:

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Where is Pai Village

Pai Village
88 Moo 3, Tesaban Rd, Wiang Tai
T: (053) 698 152(081) 594 0677 
fom@paivillage.com
http://www.paivillage.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º26'41.5" E, 19º21'30.5" N
Room rates: 1,500B to 4,000B

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