The hotel consistes of single bungalows and rows of rooms built among lotus ponds, each with a covered deck area. You may think water equates to lots of mosquitos but that was not the case while we were there. The rooms were smallish but clean but did not have coffee/tea making supplies. Bathrooms were modern but the shower heads spayed a fine mist, plenty of hot water and worked well but not what I'm used to. The pool is a decent size and partly shaded for day long sun or shade and is long enough to swim laps. Sukhothai historical park is less than a mile away. You can rent bikes from the hotel for 50 baht/24 hours or you can walk to the park entrance and rent for 30 baht until 6:00pm. Biking is definitely the best means for getting around the park. Because of the location you are pretty much limited to eating at the hotel restaurant or the restaurant across the street or eat in old Sukhothai after/before visiting the park. Restaurant is OK and reasonably priced but nothing special. Breakfast was adequate, buffet style with the typical Thai take on an "American" breakfast (hotdogs for sausage, ham soaked in water, over easy eggs with omelettes made on demand) along with a couple thai vegetable or rice dishes, fruit, and toast. A few items like bacon or french toast rotated in and out day to day.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Le Charme Sukhothai Resort is nestled at an ideal location amidst the old town of Sukhothai and just a kilometer away from the Sukhothai Historical Park, declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. ... more less
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