Welcome to Valata Khaoyai Resort, your Pak Chong “home away from home.” Valata Khaoyai Resort aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Valata Khaoyai Resort, visitors can check out Farm Chokchai (2.3 mi) and Suwan Farm's Sweet Corn (2.7 mi), some of Pak Chong's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the inn.
Valata Khaoyai Resort features room service and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Valata Khaoyai Resort, parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Sireena Italian Restaurant and Texas Saloon Steakhouse, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Valata Khaoyai Resort puts the best of Pak Chong at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Very quiet place set. Barely a resort but set in nice gardens. A bit out of the way (45mins drive to the Khao Yai visitor centre) which probably explains why for 2 of our 4 nights we were the only guests. Staff quite attentive and got the shower fixed to deliver hot water by our third night. Fixed breakfast menu of 3 Asian choices and and American which was not bad.
This is an Italian style small resort with lovely decoration and green lawns where various kinds of small pets such as rabbit and duck are roaming. It is a good place for those who looking for a quiet place. The resort is far away from the center of Khao Yai National Park (Thanarat road) and attractions so you need private transportation to get in and out.
If you wish to visit Khao Yai, you need you own transport as each attractive spot is quite far away and there is no public transportation to service you. There are parking lots in front of the reception & restaurant, the staffs are friendly and helpful. There a green field that has animals like rabbit, deers, ducks and parrots; you can buy food to feed them at reception. The room size is ok come with big bathroom but there is no bath tub and no hot water; that quite bad as here the temperature is chill for all year. Inside the room has tiny closet with safety box inside it, the complimentary 2 bottles of water, complimentary coffee & tea and kattle, a set of minibar, TV & cable tv that never work, free WiFi. Inside the bathroom has basic amenities set like; Qtip, soap, shower gel, shampoo, body lotion but no toothbrush & toothpaste, no bath tip but only rain shower.. and most important thing no hot water. We stayed here for 1 night so it not big issue for us but if you plan to stay longer; it might be boring as it has nothing to do. …
We booked 3 rooms which are nice decorated and sofr beds. bathroom is good with glass but I think the water pressure was a bit low. One of our room had some problem with door knob which could not been fixed at night, so they upgrade one of us to the bigger room, thank you for the kind staff. Lovely rabbits were running around the resort area. Breakfast was average with Thai and western dishes. Thanks the friendly staffs for taking cate of us.
Friendly staff but speak no English I used google translate. I tried to tell them we were vegan and the three breakfast options 1) Thai breakfast with rice, tea and coffee 2) American breakfast 3) eggs and toast. There was no fruit on the menu. The staff in the end brought me a small portion of melon and two pieces of cheap white bread toast. For a 4 1/2 star the breakfast options are dreadful, no self service. The room is clean, its okay, although we had a cold shower both times as it didn't heat up. Beds very hard. Pool small but the ground were lovely with rabbits and geese walking freely. I didn't like the deer cramped up in a small caged area in the middle of the grass areas. It was nice to wake up to fresh air and seeing grass.
Was visiting with family and chose this place expecting it's rather high prices to be some sort of an indication of quality. As it stands, it is quite nicely designed and well-kept outdoors. The problems or issues start inside. Beds are rock hard and squeak so loud that we had to place the mattress on the floor for amorous moments since we didn't want upset my mother-in-law next room (there was a door access between the rooms). Food was average and small portions were hugely overpriced. For small lunch and later dinner with some cheap wine it totaled 6000 Baht. Wine was 1200. I got some chicken leg and very small pot of Tom Yam. i would pay about 200-250 for a better meal somewhere in decent Thai restaurant. Now it was closer to 800 Baht. I was not happy. Also the images that we saw on ad were displaying some swimming pool so I kind of was expecting to enjoy a swim just to be disappointed that the "pool" was not large enough for any kind of swim activity. The place would have real potential if the beds and everything would level with their pricing. And a tip to the owner...the food doesn't need to be fancy concoction of wannabe hi-so cooking...real fresh food with big portion size would be quite enough. No big pool, over prized food, high season four star room prices... Before these two are sorted out, I can not recommend. Oh...and the wifi was veeeeery slow...…
This resort ,many kilometres north of Bangkok,is in the middle of nowhere.The grounds consist of a large area of lawns and trees occupied by many tame rabbits and geese.the rooms are spacious and comfortable,although some people might not like small geckos running around the ceiling although I wasn't bothered.The whole resort is stunning and backs on to woodland and national park land.Wasn't impressed by a small pen containing three deer.Much too small for big animals and with all the land available,not necessary.The brochure shows a spacious swimming pool which is in fact quite tiny.Also a mistake with so much space available.
This little resort only features 15 rooms and it could have been so much better managed. It has a lot going for it-- lovely grounds, lots of free-roaming animals (which kids will love but watch out for the ducks -- they will attack) and tranquil mountain views. For what you pay (four star plus prices), the room is not a great value. Furnishings are from ikea, sofa is vinyl and uncomfortable, bath amenities are cheap and there is no hot water in some sinks and showers. We had an outdoor bath on the balcony but it's totally exposed and impractical. Staff are friendly but inefficient and not thrilled to step outside of their prescribed roles. Food is so-so and not very fresh. This could have been better, given the resort's proximity to farms. There is not much to do in the resort other than walk around and feed the animals (in addition to ducks, there are bunnies, chickens, deer, exotic birds and fish), and there has been little effort on this front. Bikes are broken down and badly maintained. The pool area is not ideal for lazing around as it's tiny and not clean. The resort is about a half hour drive from Khao Yai National Park. It's good for a quiet weekend away, with a day trip to the national park, but if you stay longer, you'd be bored silly and ready to strangle one of those aggressive ducks. …