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Krungsri River Hotel set amid the historic charm of "Ayutthaya." Offering guests an oasis of peaceful surroundings with 202 tastefully furnished and well appointed rooms to ensure every guest's utmost pleasure.
Nice rooms, spacious and clean, nice marble bathrooms. Couple complimentary waters included. Staff is good, yet some don't speak great English. We traveled with a tour group, all 37 of us were checking in and only two very small elevators, had to climb 9 stories...More
Very nice resort tucked away two hours from Bangkok. The rooms were wonderful beds a little firm staff is outstanding. You are in a captive market for food and drinks. But if you come this far it is well worth it. Wifi is super fast...More
I have been to this hotel a few times and I enjoyed each time. Downstairs toward the front of the hotel there is an Italian restaurant and I have to save it is very tasty. Also outback there is a restaurant right on the river....More
Start with good: staff all seem curteous enough. All appears a grand hotel from the check in area. Car park was decent enough, we always had a space. Didn’t have breakfast so can’t comment
Now the bad: the room although we requested a king/double bed...More
During our tour of Ayutthaya, we stopped for lunch at this hotel. Buffet lunch had enough selection to please everyone. Buffet price did not include drinks and that is where they zap you. All in all place is fare.
The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't... More
The other answer is wrong. There are very few spaces adjacent to the hotel and spots are so small you will need assistance from a parking attendant to squeeze into a space, assuming of course one is available which it won't likely be. Your better off though, because who wants dents, dings, and chipped paint? The spaces are so narrow you literally can't open your car door without hitting the adjacent car. So, the more likely scenario is you will be parking in the large gravel parking lot located across the street, which is fine in the daytime, at night time I'd be concerned about my car being broken into or even stolen. There are many homeless people and drug users that live under the adjacent bridge. Your best bet - find another hotel, for many reasons!