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Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

The negative comments posted by other travelers in their reviews are accurate. The hotel room is dirty and desperately needs updating and there was no wifi. Paid 600 baht per night, the place next door is less than 500, across the street rooms are 590 baht. I recommend looking elsewhere for a room.

Thank Michael P
Barcelona, Spain
Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

I only recommend this hotel if you do a tour with Greenleaf because the proximity with its accommodation and the transfer from Pak Chong train station. Garden is nice but rooms are not well-kept and the matress are too hard to sleep well.

2Thank englandbytrain
Brunswick, Georgia, USA
Reviewed 8 September 2013

I stayed here while using Greenleaf to see Khao Yai. The gardens are fantastic, and my room with air-con and hot shower was just fine - endless hot water felt great after a damp day trekking. The villas are beautiful, but I didn't see the interiors. For $34 (1,000 baht) for my single room, I was more than satisfied. Not...

3Thank GrandmaTripp
Reviewed 4 January 2013 via mobile

Really beautiful garden, very nice Thai style architecture wooden houses. Hotel not frequented much in high season of Jan 2013. Biggest problem: Room and bathroom not clean, sheets had spots and 2 or 3 holes. Dust everywhere. No bugs in our room, but other guests did complain about insects in their room. Can certainly not recommend it.

3Thank redbeakbird
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 December 2012

We were treating our son and his family to a few days away and opted for this resort due to neatness of the national park: also, we thought the idea of 2 rooms together, with a kitchenette would be ideal for us. First impressions are wonderful Lanna style bungalows amid well landscaped gardens. Our bungalow was one of the colourful...

3Thank Nancy F
Shanghai, China
Reviewed 7 August 2012

We were going trekking with Greenleaf in the park. They recommended this place for rooms with a/c and hot water. The room was clean. People were nice. Food was okay, breakfast included, but nothing to write home about. Overall, a bargain room located near Greenleaf Tours (highly recommend Greenleaf as a way to see the park).

1Thank Malbone
Bangkok, Thailand
Reviewed 15 July 2012

We've had a great weekend at this resort! The manager is a great guy, who speaks fluent English and helped us when we could not find the place (tip:do not trust the booking.com driving directions, the hotel is 10 km further than they say) as well as giving plenty of advice as to what, where, when. Anyways, the hotel is...

1Thank Sofia M
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 June 2012

We booked this hotel via Greenleaf Guesthouse tours (highly recommended) as we wanted some AC and hot water. The resort is set just off the major road linking Pak Chong with Khao Mai National Park and next door to Greenleaf. There are some beautiful traditional Thai style houses in the resort with their own pools set in landscaped gardens. Our...

1Thank ktsquirrel

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Address: 333/2 Moo 6,T.Nongnamdaeng, Pak Chong 30130, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Nakhon Ratchasima Province > Pak Chong District > Pak Chong
Hotel Class:3 star — Ruen Mai Ngam Resort 3*
Number of rooms: 16
Also Known As:
Ruen Mai Ngam Resort Thailand/Pak Chong
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 of 5 bubbles SofiaM517, 15 Jul 2012 | Read review
“Go for one of the houses rather than a room, or if choosing a room, don't choose the first one on the corridor to avoid the light from the stairs shining in the bedroom.”
 of 5 bubbles ktsquirrel, 9 Jun 2012 | Read review
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