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Not a typo, and stunning

98 Moo 1, Mae Hee, Pai T: (053) 698 065, (089) 431 3511, (081) 595 4974  info@pairadise.com
http://www.pairadise.com

Pairadise

Our rating:
4.5 stars, based on 1 expert review

Pairadise Resort -- it’s not a typo, but rather the owner’s joke -- boasts attractive individual chalets laid out around a large fish pond and small swimming pool.

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The accommodation, all with ensuite bathroom and hot showers, is well designed and maintained and comes in standard and deluxe flavours. Both are a mixture of teak and concrete and all have small balconies. The service is friendly and helpful, and while the restaurant doesn’t offer lunch or dinner it does serve drinks and during high season some very good breakfasts with house-made bread. It’s a good deal for the price, even in high season, and further discounts are usually available upon request, especially during the monsoon. Breakfast is not included; low season is April to September, high is October to March, with peak across December/January.

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Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.


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Pairadise

98 Moo 1, Mae Hee, Pai
T: (053) 698 065, (089) 431 3511, (081) 595 4974 
info@pairadise.com
http://www.pairadise.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º26'54.07" E, 19º21'32.11" N
Room rates: 600B to 1,500B



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