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Sala Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sala Ayutthaya

9/2 Moo 4, U-Thong Road, Pratu Chai, Ayutthaya - Map
"Modern hotel near the Ayutthaya Historical Park"
We made a two-day trip to visit the Ayutthaya Historical Park and stayed over-night at the Sala Ayutthaya. On arrival, we enjoyed a light lunch in the riverside restaurant inspecting the historic wat and the modern temple on the opposite bank of the Chao Phraya that was busy with traffic. We spent the afternoon visiting the museum and principal temples before adjourning to the hotel for a long bath and an excellent supper. On the second day, we ate a leisurely breakfast and then returned to Bangkok. The rooms are ideal for relaxing and each has a deep tub in which to soak after sightseeing. The restaurant has a varied menu, mostly Thai, and all the dishes we ordered were excellent. In summary, the hotel was a perfect match with the purpose of our trip.
Traveller from Bangkok
Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments, Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments, Ayutthaya

210-211, 148 Moo 5 Rojana Road, Ayutthaya - Map
"Amazing!!! "
I had no complaints. Clean rooms, great hotel amenities, great staff and service. That simple. I'd stay there again and recommend it to all my friends.
Traveller from hong kong
Krungsri River Hotel - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Krungsri River Hotel

27/2 Moo.11 Rojchana Rd., Ayutthaya - Map
"Good location "
Hotel is a bit dated and quite expensive for what it is. Staff were friendly and helpful and buffet breakfast is good. Internet connection was frustratingly on and off, on enough to keep you trying. Hotel gym was closed on Sunday morning. A bit tough when it is 35 degrees outside! Apart from the breakfast the Restaurants are no great shakes. You are better off eating out. Rice barge evening cruise and meal highly recommended. Aircon works kind-off, you need it on all the time I your room.
Traveller from new zealand
Ayothaya Riverside Hotel Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ayothaya Riverside Hotel Ayutthaya

91/1 Moo 10, Wat Pako Road, Ayutthaya - Map
3.1 out of 5 (9 reviews)
The Park Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Park Ayutthaya

23/28 Moo 3 Nareasuan Rd, Ayutthaya - Map
"Comfortable hotel with lovely service"
The room was simple and comfortable (fantastic firm mattress), and Vin is delightful. A little bit tricky to find in the dark with an unfamiliar GPS!
Traveller from Australia
The Heart Ayutthaya Holiday Home - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Heart Ayutthaya Holiday Home

16/68 Naraesuan Road, Ayutthaya - Map
The Cavalli Casa Resort - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Cavalli Casa Resort

139/1-2 Moo 2, Bankao, Ayutthaya - Map
"Short stay to split journey from Bangkok to north "
For my purposes very OK stop off near main highway and short distance from restaurants by Ayyuthaya river itself as Cavali restaurant was closed --no problem . Used hotel to split journey from Bangkok to north day before Songkraan holiday . Would do same again .
Traveller from Bangkok
Woraburi Ayothaya Convention Resort - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Woraburi Ayothaya Convention Resort

89 M.11 Watkluay Road, T.Kamang, Ayutthaya - Map
2.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Ampo Residence - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Ampo Residence

59/99 Rojana road T.Dhanu A.Uthai, Ayutthaya - Map
Baifern Homestay - Ayutthaya Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Baifern Homestay

172/9 Moo 4, Phratuchai, Ayutthaya - Map
4.0 out of 5 (4 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Ayuthaya

    About Ayutthaya

    One of Asia’s most appealing ancient capital cities, Ayutthaya is an historic destination found in the central plains of Thailand, about one hour’s drive north of Bangkok. It was once the world’s largest and most prosperous city. Today, the ancient ruins in and around the Historical Park allow visitors to take a glimpse of Ayutthaya’s powerful presence from the past. Tourists will certainly enjoy this beautiful city.

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    Many of Ayutthaya’s best attractions are located in the Historical Park, which is very easy to find.

    There are many important temples found within the Historical Park district of Ayutthaya. The largest temple ruins of Wat Phra Si Sanphet are well worth exploring, and next to this, Viharn Phra Mongkol Bopit entices tourists also. Another ruined wat that still provides some tremendous views and great ancient relics is Wat Ratchaburana.

    Ayutthaya is home to plenty of elephant riding opportunities. Inside the old Historical Park, visitors can find an inexpensive elephant trail, where short rides and elephant feeding are offered. The village known as Elephantstay also gives tourists an unforgettable opportunity to see the world’s largest land mammal up close.

    Thanks to Ayutthaya’s historical significance, visitors can find plenty of must-see museums too. After the city was looted by Burmese invaders several hundred years ago, many of the treasures and important relics were destroyed or stolen. Those that were left behind have been well-preserved at the Chao Sam Phraya Museum. The former residence of King Naresuan, which was built in the late 1500s, has also been turned into an inviting museum, known as Chantharakasem National Museum.

    Restaurants and Bars

    There's a good range of restaurants in Ayuthaya, some of which cater mainly for international tourists, while others offer authentic Thai cuisine. Boat noodle dishes are popular here. These small bowls of noodles are delicious, but small, so ordering five or more bowls is common. The night markets in Ayuthaya also offer a tremendous range of local Thai cuisine, especially foreign favourites like pad Thai and som tam. There are several great bars located within Ayutthaya. Most are found along Soi Torgorsor, and provide visitors with live music, good social atmosphere and plenty of drinks.


    The best place for shopping in Ayutthaya is at the night markets, which are found in two separate areas of the city. Vendors usually begin selling produce and items at about 16:30, and finish at about 21:30. Tourists can find some great bargains for clothes, souvenirs and even meals. The Chao Phrom Market is a day-market that caters more for locals, so souvenirs are harder to find. Nevertheless, great discounts on clothing, jewellery and handicrafts are available.

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