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Reviewed 14 December 2012

Nakakiri Resort and Spa is in a beautiful, quiet, secluded area. This place has so much potential if it was managed well. The staff do their best and many things were lost in translation. The staff don't speak much English, which can be frustrating for them and you. The rooms were adequate and if you don't take much notice of the detail in the bathrooms or the construction of the place, it is very nice. The pool area is beautiful and the surrounding river is serene.

The food was ok and it was 'pot luck' with your order. Sometimes you got what you ordered and other times you don't know what they brought. There was not much on the menu as most things were 'finished'. The prices were reasonable for the size of the meal and they were very small. There were no salads or chips accompanying your meal. If it said - Fish cakes with plum sauce, that is what you got - nothing else.

We explored most of the area and it was a good spot to return. If you don't like travelling in a bus 1-2 hours there and 1-2 hours back, this is not the place for you.

Date of stay: December 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank ozzie-travelling
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Reviewed 28 October 2012 via mobile

very beautiful place. good numbers for a family. Tasty breakfast. pleases absence of Russian tourists. My daughter delighted. Let's surely return again and we will bathe in radonic sources!!!!!!!!! Well that sources are located directly in the hotel territory

Date of stay: October 2012
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Thank SvetlanaKobets
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Reviewed 28 May 2012

The hotel (no way is it a resort and spa) was very quiet whilst we were there until Sharp Manufacturing arrived for a weekend conference. Then the place was spruced up, pool towels appeared and the breakfast service appeared! Has seen better days but is perfectly adequate for a short stay. We didnt stay on the river but in the bungalows which were very nice but frequented by all manner of jungle friends each day! Never quite sure what we would come back to as the gaps under the doors allow for visitors! Everything was fine and if you dont mind 2/3 star accom this is fine for the price.

Room tip: Lovely views from the river facing bungalows - also more peaceful than the raft rooms
Date of stay: May 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank DorchesterBev
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Reviewed 8 March 2012

We stayed there during Christmas, the weather was cool at that time which is the best time to visit Kanchanaaburi. For the resort, don't expect five stars treatment. But for the price comparing to the view and the room I think it is worth paying.
We decided to stay at the rive raft room because of our 6 yr-old daughter request. The room is quite big, there are 3 beds for us. For the view, it was spectacular. We saw river of fog in the morning which is beautiful. The only thing to complain for the room is the noise. As the wall is made from bamboo - it is very thin. We can hear everything from the TV next door, people walking and talking. So I wouldn't recommend for person who can't get to sleep easily.

The breakfast was good, even it's not a buffet but they provide enough for you to feel very full.

Another thing that I like about the hotel is, it is close to the hot spring and the waterfall. Only less than 5 minutes drive, so if you stay for a week, you can have a hot spring bath everyday.

Overall, we recommend Nakakiri for people who want to get away from the busy life as it is new, not so expensive and peaceful.

Date of stay: December 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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3  Thank L0velyTravel
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Reviewed 3 February 2012

We stayed on a river raft which was lovely, first night was a little unnerving as the room swayed a little bit with the fast running Kwai Noi, access to the raft was a steep hill, ok going down but getting up in the morning for b/f was agonising for my legs and arthritic hip. even my fit partner found the going a bit too much. Breakfast was good, eggs etc cooked to order. not too much English spoken by the staff although 'IM' the manager was excellent, she drove us to the nearest shops to buy supplies,(there are no taxi's or tuk tuk's or public transport at all) and she also drove us to the markets and took us on a day trip to the border when she had to renew her liquer licence. She has a lovely dog that dotes on her, The room was clean but basic, TV but no English speaking channels, we stayed for one week and IM loaned us her DVD player and movie's she was extremely helpful and a definate asset to the resort. the timber floors in the room allowed you to see the river underneath which was interesting and the mist on the river in the mornings was spectacular. The location and lack of a shop for supplies etc was a negative for us, but if you want peace and quiet and serenity it's a definate plus. the menu was confusing ... Crispy fried = soft glutinous noodles, so beware somethings are lost in translation.

Room tip: strong legs if you want to stay on a raft.
Date of stay: January 2012
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Thank sabrina a
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