Phuphet Resort is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Pak Chong, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the small hotel rooms offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge, room service, and baggage storage while staying at Phuphet Resort. In addition, Phuphet Resort offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Pak Chong trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out Farm Chokchai (0.6 mi), a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Phuphet Resort.
Enjoy your stay in Pak Chong!
This is one of our best finds to date and represents great value. The room is larger than average. The bed is a little hard and there's no mirror in the bathroom. Other than that only positives. Friendly staff. Lovely views. There's plenty of open spaces and a little pond. We will be back soon.
I came here with my family to see in the New Year. To be honest we stayed here because we were too late to book anywhere else. I'll start with the positive aspects. It is located on a huge plot of land, much of which is grassland. The density of buildings is low, making it nice and quiet. It's a good place to look at the stars. The rooms at the entrance to the resort are styled like steam-train carriages, which are lit up at night. Actually, the entrance to the hotel looks quite lovely at night. It is also close to Chokchai Farm, which is the biggest attraction in the area, where you can take a tour of the farm and eat the famous Chokchai Steak. (I recommend the Wagyu Burger!) Sadly, that's about all this place has going for it. It looks as though it was designed by someone with grand ideas, but little business sense. There are ATVs, peddle carts, kayaks, a Wild West saloon, a giant Slider, a paintball arena a small petting zoo... All are closed and run-down beyond repair. The room is fairly spacious, apart from the toilet which is barely bigger than a phonebox. We had no water pressure in the sink, the shower head virtually over the toilet bowl, a very slippery floor and a bad smell even after cleaning. The room lacked the basic necessities such as adequate tables chairs and shelving space. The breakfast was also poor. The selection was minimal, uninspired and not appetising. Much of it was cold, and should have been covered over. I guess, for arguments sake you could say "It's cheap, and you get what you pay for." But it isn't worth it, even though it's cheap. There are many better places to stay with comparable prices. I think Phuphet Resort would have been a great place to visit when it was new. Sadly, it's not now!…
This resort is an extraordinary place, we picked it because we wanted a place around the area and we have a couple of small dogs which we wanted to take with us. Phuphet resort advertise itself as being pet friendly so it was a natural choice. When I made the booking on Booking.com via the bigalswebsite link I made an error on the date of booking. The booking was non refundable so although I didn't expect to be able to do anything about it I asked Booking.com to change the date. I imagine due to time difference etc it took a little time for them to respond and I had, for safety's sake re booked. Booking.com did get back to me and deleted the wrong booking even though they didn't need to, brilliant service. Following that our plans changed again and I needed to book another room which I did taking the last standard room available. Finding the resort can be a little difficult and they would do themselves no harm in providing a better map/directions. When we got there we found the place to be virtually empty and were able to check in very early but as there were no guests already staying there that needed breakfast or lunch etc the restaurant was closed until 6 pm. The resort os spread out over a huge area of gardens with various "themes" dotted around, non of which were open. The rooms were pretty typical Thai style and quite spacious. The beds were quite soft which is not that usual in Thailand. There was no table and only 1 chair in a room which was a little odd. The bathroom / shower was clean and functional and the air conditioning worked well. Later in the day our needs changed again and it would have been desirable but not essential for us to have another room. This was quite interesting as Booking.com offered rooms at 1000 THB a night but had non left and yet we were the only guests on the resort only taking 2 rooms. As we could not book with Booking.com (no rooms) we asked reception who told us a room would be 1400 THB. We found this a little odd and decided the other member of our party could take the spare bed in 1 of our rooms so the resort missed out on a sale. Just for the record 2 more rooms were taken that evening in total so they were not full. We sat outside of the rooms in the evening eating food we had bought from vendors off site and drinking beer again purchased from off site although it should be noted the coffee shop was open and as well as coffee did sell beer and soft drinks. Breakfast was more than expected with both Thai and "American" style being provided. This was served to you rather than buffet style. Overall, this huge area could be so much more, the swimming pool was empty of water, the boating pond was not operational and to be honest I couldn't see anything that was. The site and their workers have a lot of dogs so not only is the resort pet friendly but you can expect to see them wandering around freely. I came away with the impression that the site was a sort of charity for workers and their pets rather than a going concern. Would I stay there again, yes if I needed a place in that area and I had the dogs with me, otherwise no.…