See why so many travellers make Juldis Khao Yai Resort & Spa their hotel of choice when visiting Pak Chong. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Pak Chong's most popular landmarks, such as Wat Wachiralongkon Wararam Worawihan (1.3 mi) and Wat Thewarup Songtham (2.0 mi), Juldis Khao Yai Resort & Spa is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Juldis Khao Yai Resort & Spa provide a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a seating area.
In addition, while staying at Juldis Khao Yai Hotel guests have access to 24 hour front desk. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Juldis Khao Yai Resort & Spa.
When you’re ready to try some local flavor, be sure to check out The Witches Brew Khao Yai, which is known for serving up tasty fish and chips, which is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Looking for something to do in Pak Chong? Panorama Farm (0.8 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Juldis Khao Yai Hotel.
At Juldis Khao Yai Resort & Spa, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Pak Chong.
Booked 4 rooms for two nights. The location is pretty good as it is near 7 eleven and Palio. Rooms are clean but poor sound insulation in between rooms as all of us heard chair and table dragging sound in the middle of the night. No lift is available in the property but helpful staff is willing to carry our luggage up the floor. Very simple breakfast of bread with butter, jam and free flow of 3-1 beverages is served.
Not happy with this resort, it's definitely old by now and in real need of a renovation. I was there in January and it was cold outside, the hot water in the shower kept breaking down and I called for help but it kept braking down. I finally had to shower in (ice) cold water Nature is nice, that is all that is good
This is a bit confusing since the hotel on the street is not part of the condos in the back and perhaps the resort behind as well. But if your looking for a last minute, temporary place to lay your head this is OK. I found it clean and comfortable. The pool was alright, the staff were normal for this part of Thailand. Remember that Kao Yai is host to mostly Thai tourists and so you get a Thai level of service meaning low. On the other hand its close to the Italian village, if for some reason you need to go there. More importantly its close to the park entrance and for Kao Yai its pretty cheap.
Very mixed up when stay this legendary of Khao Yai since the first place, I'v stayed on last Friday and stay in Juldis Mansion. We don't know whree to go , there are seperated building due to some part has been sold as far as we know. We have to try to find the reception counter after lost into some where in side! The reception counter located at in front of the new building off the street, we've got the room key from the staff and somebody brought us to the room , the room has absolutely run down , wear and tear, the air-cond't in the sleeping room like the factory on going we can't never sleep to the whole night, the room was shabby and not so clear, all facilites are out of date, surroundings are all bad conditon, we don't know how they can survive in the business! Many new hotels are coming up with good location , good property and services, no need to stay here anymore.…
This hotel has been sold, renamed and substantially upgraded. To find current, post-renovation reviews search for: Balios Resort Khaoyai I've written a substantial and very positive review of this remodeled old resort.
This is a nice place to have a resort, near some mountains and adjacent to a sort of "Italian" village. The Hotel is under profound renovation. Our room was spacious but aged. Some mosquitoes around (it was a first floor by the garden, and the seals at the front door and the window between the bathroom and the room were not hermetic). We had dinner and breakfast, and both were just convenient. Once renovated, it will possibly be an excellent place.
The hotel was the heavy construction site in the time we stayed. The constructors were so kind to finish their work at around 21.00 a.m (after we asked them). Take a look at the photos. Swimming pool dirty, quite big but renovation needed. 100 meter from the hotel somebody build "mini Italy". Elephant farm nearby.
I went with my partner and another couple to Khao Yai for a 3 day getaway. The hotel we originally booked were much to faraway from everything that we had to improvise and we found Juldis. We booked a 2-bedroom condo there for 3250B a night, which was about 800 baht each ( much less than all the other places we looked at). Despite being a little bit old and with showers that weren't very hot (as it was chilly in Khao yai) and no free wifi in the room.. we actually enjoyed it, mainly because we were relieved to simply find somewhere close that wasn't in the middle of nowhere and a half-hour-drive to any kind of activity. We had 2 balconies with great views of a mountainside, a nice swimming pool and we were near everything that we wanted to check out in Khao yai. The gorgeous European-style market Palio was right next door and the Khao Yai national park was a short drive to the left. Khao Yai is an 'outdoorsy' place so I wouldn't worry too much if you're with a group of friends about the quality of your lodgings.. Bring games, picnic material and hope in your car and explore - There's wine tasting, trekking, night safari's and surprisingly wonderful shopping. If you're on a romantic getaway, I would imagine you'd have to pay a lot more for something to satisfy the genre. :).. One of the Wineries-turned-resorts could be the answer.…
Well i drove all over after about 5 hours getting to the city. many of the resorts are spread out and so finding them is not easy and then checking on them is even more difficult as its a popular place and for me the sun was setting and i had checked out many which were over priced for the low season. So i finally got here did a quick room check and settled in, very plain room, had to pay for wifi and when i went to shower, only luke warm! Had them come check and the guy said thats all it will get! The staff were good to help me and after checking another room that was no better I convinced them to upgrade me. They did to a suite and water was fine, for awhile. But at end of shower water went cold and i went to bed and in morning they had to come to fix.
A large, rather tired hotel which was almost empty during the week. It's restaurant wasn't open for the first three nights of our stay and the adjacent "pub", whilst more modern and smarter, was expensive by Thai standards. The kitchen staff were however willing to arrive early to provide breakfasts for our pre-dawn trips into the National Park. Our room had a balcony overlooking large grounds, but problems with sink plugs and hot water were minor irritants. All-in-all an average experience.