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Lotus Village
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Reviewed 25 November 2013

Thumbs up:
1. Ambiance - the hotel is beautifully designed and maintained. You can see that there is much attention to detail paid to making this place a little hidden oasis: flowers, plants, fish and interesting decorative items. A photography would definitely have a lot of fun on this property
2. Uniqueness - breakfast was really cute and with lots pretty little jars and special sauces. Very unique. The staff was attentive and accommodated our large group very well.
3. Parking - there is a sizable parking lots on one of the hotel which saved us a lot of hassle, especially it's located near a busy market area with small streets and not much space to be had.

Thumbs down:
1. Credit card has a 3% surcharge. Not that I mind, just as a reminder for other. This is the first I came across in Thailand 2. food quantity is a bit small. If you are hungry, you'll need second for sure

Room Tip: if AC is not a must for you, opt for the non-AC rooms. They are much larger, quieter and prettier
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Kingston D
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Reviewed 3 November 2013

We booked a single bungalow opposide the reception.
Pros:charming litlle oasis, with a pond, pillar houses and all types of exotic vegetation and birds. The area of the hotel is like a mini eco system with insects, frogs, birds, gekos, and all the sounds that come with them. The location is ideal for the new town, near the night market, the bridge and a bank with an ATM. English and french speaking staff with great advice for what to visit.
Cons: a little bit more expensive per night than other places, small and expensive breakfast. Expensive services.
Advice: bring a lot of mosquito spray and eat/drink/take massages outside the resort.

Room Tip: The separate bungalows are quieter, try to get one that is not to close to reception as you have noise in the morning
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank felicia G
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Reviewed 16 October 2013

If you're going to see the temples of old Sukothai and wanna stay in a nice and comfy place to stay but is on a budget, then you should book Lotus Village. The ambience is great! lots of trees and there is a pond too! The rooms are amazing! walls and floors are made of wood. I like it :) It's spacious too! The staff are friendly and can assist you on your trips to Old Sukothai or back to Phitsanulok train station. Over all it was a good experience! enjoy! :)

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank AyiMondragon
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Reviewed 3 August 2013

If you want to stay somewhere that evokes old Thailand (wooden houses, lotus ponds, manicured gardens), then look no further. We found the staff friendly, but rather rushed and a tad stressed. It's seems to be the only popular place for farang travellers...and once again I got the feeling that I'm just part of the never ending turnstile of foreigners that are guaranteed to turn up, so what's the use in smiling? Apart from that, it was clean and pleasant and the rooms are furnished with teak furniture, which is a good touch. Don't stay on the bottom floor as your neighbours above will keep you awake by simply walking on the wooden floor (dear management, please put a sign in the upstairs rooms telling people to tread quietly). Seriously, some people are so inconsiderate. Also, avoid staying near the kitchens as the staff, lovely as they are, are pretty lively and start cooking early. Basically, get yourself a hut far away from the reception and you'll be happy.

Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
2  Thank Ohmytravels
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Reviewed 27 March 2013

We found this great guesthouse in the French version of Routard guide and were not deceived! Even if we stayed there for just one night we could appreciate all the pro's of this place. The owner is very friendly as well as his wife. As soon as we arrived he showed us all the places worth visiting on the map and told us how to get to the main street. The guesthouse also offers a range of excursions and bike tours. Tuk-tuk is organized upon request.
We lived in a small wooden house with window-doors (and protection from mosquitos). The room was spacious and light, equipped with a ventilator and an air-conditioner. The shower had a water heater as in most of the guesthouses of Thailand. The breakfast was a thing to remember - fresh fruits, juice, fried eggs and tasty homemade youghurt! Delicious! The terrace and the yard are both green and there is a small pond in the garden as well. We enjoyed our stay and will come back if we have a chance to visit Sukhothai once again!

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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