Lotus Village Hotel

170 Ratchathanee Street, Sukhothai, Thailand
Rank 6 of 28 hotels
in Sukhothai
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Beautiful, basic accomodation

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 29, 2006

Lotus Village is something between a hotel and a guesthouse. It is not big and luxurious, but I wouldnt say that it gives budget accomodation. In some aspects, it is a luxury to stay there, because rooms are located at beautiful teak houses and surrounded with plants and flowers everywhere. Good staff, the owners usually are at reception desk and the service is casual style, but helpful and kind. We stayed at a room with a basic, but clean, private bathroom and air conditioned. You are asked to leave your shoes outside the room. Breakfast offer is limited, although enough for us. It is located at New Sukhothai (12 kms. from Historical Park). Very nice restaurant just next door to Lotus Village. They didnt have Internet access on July 2006. They offer a transfer from/to Sukhothai airport (30 kms. from New Sukhothai). Bookings have to be made through e-mail.

Unique Quality: Lotus Village es un alojamiento intermedio entre una guesthouse y un hotel. No es grande y lujoso, pero tampoco lo calificaria de budget. En algunos aspectos, es un lujo estar alli, porque las habitaciones estan situadas en unas bonitas casas de teca y rodeadas por plantas y flores por doquier. El personal, muy bien, los propietarios estan muchas veces en recepcion y la atencion es informal, aunque muy amable y servicial. Solucionaron todos nuestros problemas con el transporte. Nos alojamos en una habitacion con banho privado, un poco rustico, pero muy limpio y aire acondicionado. Te piden que dejes los zapatos fuera de la habitacion. El desayuno es limitado aunque suficiente para nosotros. Esta situado en el nuevo Sukhothai (a unos 12 kms. del Parque Historico). Muy buen restaurante justo en la puerta de al lado del Lotus Village. No tenian acceso a Internet en julio de 2006. Ofrecen transfer al aeropuerto de Sukhothai (esta a 30 kms). Las reservas han de hacerse por correo electrónico.

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Too expensive........and not friendly

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 28, 2006

We found the Lotus Village Guesthouse in Lonely Planet, and booked ahead from Chiang Mai. It was a nice enough guesthouse, but the beds were very hard and uncomfortable, and it was just much too expensive for the standard of accommodation - @ 900Bt. We had just had very new and modern accommodation for 1100Bt.

To add to the dissatisfaction, the breakfast was also very expensive, and the stingiest, smallest amount of breakfast we were given for our entire holiday.

The French owner did not acknowledge our arrival or presence at all - even when in the same room - although the staff were reasonably friendly.

Unique Quality: Nice setting, but a lot of mozzies

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Sukhothai Local Thai Huts

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 31, 2005

A very pleasant 'Thai' village Style accommodation. You live in your lotus village hut surrounded by lotus and bougainvilla flowers. Basic, huts have own toilet and bath (thai style) no hot water but who needs it.

Unique Quality: Great thai village atmosphere, budget priced.Popular with individual travellers. Garden setting.

Directions: New Sukhothai

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Bungalow accomodation

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 21, 2003

We stayed in a bungalow for 2 persons. There's minimal comfort, this means, just a bed and a bathroom. The matras is really hard, but I've been told that this is good for the back, right ;-)

The bungalows are built in teak, therefore you need to take off your shoes before going inside. Every bungalow has a small "veranda".

The setting is very attractive with lots of trees, lotus pond, ...

The owner is French, he's married to a Thai woman, who speaks very well French (and English) too.

All in all, good price-quality.

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Amenities at Lotus Village Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free Parking
  • Free High Speed Internet

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