Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Pak Chong, Samanea Resort is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation.
Rooms at Samanea Resort provide air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Samanea Resort offers a pool and a lounge, which will help make your Pak Chong trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Best of all, Samanea Resort makes it easy to experience some great Pak Chong attractions like Haew Suwat Waterfall, which is a popular waterfall.
Samanea Resort is sure to make your visit to Pak Chong one worth remembering.
A quite place near khao yai national Park. The rooms are like small villas, feeling like private little homes. The garden and surrounding is beautiful, the pool too small and staff not too helpful. Breakfast not good. But the place is ideal for relax if you dont need pool or breakfast.
This hotel had been changed name to Lucerne. We loved garden and surrounded view. Nice fresh air. The room is modern, but it is not in the good condition. Rattan ceiling is not clean and also toilet. While we visited, hot water is not working. No telephone in the room, so i have to walk to reception counter. Wait wait for 15mins to get fix. Line of breakfast buffet is not impressive! Food was left on tray (very cold)
We spent 3 nights at this very quiet and remote resort which is located about a 20-minute drive to the park entrance. The bungalows are simple and basic spread out among a well-maintained garde (hence the Average rating). But what made the Samanea exceptional was the personal and unique service Emmanuel and his staff provided for us. They did their utmost to cater fully to our needs as well as being friendly, informative and entertaining. We were pampered and made to feel very welcomed there.
Stayed there for 2 nights. the manager of the resort was very hospitable and their service is excellent! would definitely recommend this resort if you're planning to go to khao yai. It's quiet and you will enjoy the view.
This is a small place, nicely designed and with a lovely local staff willing to help you at all times. It is slightly remote but only 20 minutes away driving from Khao Yai park. It's newly and smartly designed bungalows are very cosy, and the whole place can take a maximum of ten to fifteen guests. So if you are looking for bling bling places, keep looking. But if what you want is to disconnect, relax and be treated like a friend, I recommend this place. Not for everyone, luckily :)
Hi... Now am just come back from my holidays and i just would like to share some good place for someone that want to have a good time and private time like me. I just visit one resort at Khao Yai the resort name is "Samanea Khao Yai" went i arrive and i see the resort is just like boutique resort but went the reception take me to the room went i saw the room i very like it because this resort is like a Bungalow. The room is modern & nature style but for body of Bungalow is the mirror and the resort is very near "Khao Yai National Park" and the weather there is very fresh so if you are would like to find resort for good relax and for good view just go to this resort but ^^ and i also share some pict of resort from my phone for all of you can see more beautiful picture because went i see the picture in hotel website is not so nice…
We stayed here two nights. The property is maintained but very small. Please note this hotel (not resort) is 2km off the main road in a rural farm neighborhood. You are about 14km from the entrance to Khao Yai. There is nothing to do here. You are surrounded by fields. You can eat dinner at the hotel since other restaurants are quite far. The food is OK but on the expensive side. It is really only a place to sleep. The prices are quite high for what you get. Breakfast was included in the price of the room and was quite good. This resort area is close to Bangkok so there are a lot of tourist on weekends, and most of the larger properties fill up first.
Booked in a hurry as made a last minute decision to travel to Khao Yai on our way back to North Eastern Thailand - should have taken a bit more time and done some research!! Very remote and takes half an hour to get to the main roads that access the things worth seeing in Khao Yai. Bungalow accommodation is basic and acceptable, shower pressure awful as is temperature control! One member of the staff (the guy) is very helpful and accommodating but the female staff are surly and unwelcoming which given the remote location is unforgivable. All in all a location best avoided - particularly when you see what else is on offer in the valleys surrounding the National park.
If your expectations are for quiet and being up the village way then this is a good choice. Its the modern Thai micro-resort, ten glass bungalows set close with a mini pool and an open air restaurant with no pretensions to anything except a rest before heading to the park. Set at the back a local street in a banana plantation the developer didn't have too much to work with so each bungalow looks directly into the others, they need a better curtain system. The staff were very nice and our dinner was local and tasty. Really, with the prices so low in Thailand its fine value although the fitout won't last if they don't keep it tidy. If you want to be in the action of the Khao Yai tourist trail then choose another as this just gives you fresh air and a bed. The rooms are a take on a spa, all white and glass with no tv or distractions, the shower was hot and the a/c ok or use the screens and the fan. It's quite far from the park, 15kms so you need your own transport. The park itself is beautiful although the visitors are loving it to death, not sure if racing through on a motorcycle is getting into nature but we did see a few animals and although the trails don't loop one can see the Thai family being tourists in their own land for a change, well worth the trip.…
Plenty of guesthouses and resorts around the national park offer to pick guests up from Pak Chong for free. It was the same case with Samanea Resort, except that when it came to paying, they had added 400 baht to the bill each way! Nobody told us of the price, so it came as rather a surprise. (Incidentally, a songthaew from Pak Chong costs 35 baht per person.) Then there was the trip we took to the national park. The hotel charged us what turned out to be an excessive fee for a driver and car for four hours (1,500 baht) and then surprised us yet again when we arrived at the park. The unscrupulous guide insisted we pay for him, plus the driver, plus the car, plus our own entry tickets to the park. There were two of us, so that's: Entry tickets for foreigners: 2 x 400 baht Entry ticket for Thai driver and Thai guide: 2 x 40 baht Entry fee for the car: 50 baht Leach socks, which we were forced to pay for after the guide 'forgot his': 3 x 70 baht Separate guide fee that was demanded after we returned: 1000 baht The total, including the 1,500 baht we'd already paid, is then 3,640 baht for four hours. Bear in mind that other guest houses charge 1,500 for a day and a half, including entry fees, accommodation etc on top. Apart from any of that, we were brought breakfast (we assumed it was included in the rate, given how expensive the hotel was, and that no one had shown us a menu) and it turned out we had to pay extra for it. Avoid, avoid, avoid.…
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