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Reviewed 3 August 2012

We had a little trouble finding the hotel, when we arrived at the train station as we didn't know that "soi" means something like "side road" or "ally". Check in was a little disappointing - we waited almost an hour in the reception, and it seemed like the staff didn't really have everything under control when many people gathered in the reception at the same time. The hotel is used by many people (including us) as "base camp" before and after trekking and it was a little chaotic getting our bags from the cloak room when returning. Everything is just a tuk-tuk ride (50 Bath) away and the food in the restaurant is good.

TIP: If you need to go somewhere remember that the tuk-tuk driver not necessarily know the street name in English (Latin alphabet) (not even when you show it to him on a map). We made a habit of finding the street name in question spelled in Thai on the internet before leaving the hotel and simply took a photo (yes, very low-tech) of the name to show to the driver...and everything just went much more smoothly...

Date of stay: July 2012
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5  Thank Stine N
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Reviewed 28 July 2012

we stayed here for 5 nights and found it really comfortable..the rooms were a little small, but had all the necessities..hospitality was fantastic and the food was beautiful...very quiet little place tucked away in a side alley and about 5 min in a Tuk Tuk to the night markets and 2 min to the train station....there is a 711 up the main road about a 10 min walk...over all a really nice little place

Room tip: inspect the rooms if you can to decide which ones you would like
Date of stay: September 2011
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9  Thank libby1018
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Reviewed 27 July 2012

his hotel is a little way out of the city centre, but very easy to get to just off the main road heading east from Thaepae gate, about 200m from the railway station (a perfect location for our onward travels by train and also by minibus to Pai)
It will cost you 100 baht to get to the city centre by tuk tuk, which I much prefer to staying in the city centre (which I have done several times before).
It offers great value for money in my mind, about 900 baht for a double room, but this is a room of infinitely better quality than you would get in many of the places around town that charge 400-500 baht, and also includes an EXCELLENT buffet breakfast, lovely little swimming pool, and a beautiful hotel environment, which really nice attentions to detail.
Also has a very good and pretty reasonably priced restaurant, and extremely helpful and friendly staff. Highly recommended

Date of stay: July 2012
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8  Thank ANDYCHEF
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Reviewed 16 July 2012

We stayed in a Boutique room in July 2012 for 5 nights and found this hotel to be delightful. A welcome break from huge hotels which can be some informal, Rainforest Boutique had a very welcoming feel to it from first arrival, when the staff rushed out to greet us with smiles and a helping hand, it was as if they had been waiting all day for our arrival and were so pleased to see us. The room was very nice, smelt devine with scented oils and the gorgeous outside bath was very Thai. The staff couldn't do enough for you, every time we sat in the lounge, someone would immediately appear and switch on a fan and move it towards you. The hotel internet service was good and free, and they even provided several computers for your use. The pool area was very nice, a small pool and a few sunbeds, but a very cosy/informal feel to the area. Breakfast was good with omellates cooked on request. Overall, for the money, I can't fault this hotel. Also, it was nice being on the edge of what I thought was a bigger city than I had imagined, so it was lovely and quiet being down a side street, but tuk tuks into the main area were so cheap, it didn't matter. A great choice.

Date of stay: July 2012
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8  Thank Francine H
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Reviewed 18 May 2012

An unusual hotel for a city, looks more like a jungle retreat, great rooms, clean, good facilities. The pool was quirky and the outdoor restaurant was excellent - good buffet breakfast, excellent Thai menu for dinner. The staff were fantastic and could not do enough for us. The location is on the outskirts of the city down a narrow road but in a quiet location. Taxi needed to see the sights.
Stayed 2 nights.

Date of stay: May 2012
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9  Thank AshleyG9645
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