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19 perfect hotels around Thailand in which to get stuck in the rain

Hotels so good you won't mind staying inside. 

By Lily Kittisrikangwan | May 11, 2017

  • 19 perfect hotels around Thailand in which to get stuck in the rain
    The Hidden Resort

Khao Yai 

Birder's Lodge

These brand new Khao Yai cottages offer the perfect mountain hideaway
 
These brand new Khao Yai cottages offer the perfect mountain hideaway
 
These dreamy Khaoyai cottages are running a special rainy season promotion of 20% discount for a stay of two consecutive nights, or a booking of two cottages on the same night, plus a complimentary barbecue grill set for stays between Sun-Fri. That sets you back B2,400-3,600/night, valid for bookings from now through Jun 30, applicable for stays through Sep 30, 2017. They also play host to a farmers' market every now and again—check www.fb.com/thebirderslodge for the latest updates.    

Nhapha Khao Yai Resort

Khao Yai's latest design hotel totally transforms an old rock mine
 
 
Here you can literally hide away inside the caves with 40-percent discount on all rooms on weekdays and 20-percent on weekends—meaning rooms will start from B4,800/night (inclusive of breakfast), available from now through Jun 30. Don't forget to check out their gallery space while you're there. Book directly now at www.nhapha-khaoyai.com

Lala Mukha Tented Resort

 
 
Listen to the rain inside one of these safari tents or opt for the loft tree house for complete seclusion. A tented stay during the rainy season starts at B2,835 on weekdays. It's also butterfly season from now through the end of June - wouldn't we like to be there now that Bangkok's totally flooded.
 

Kanchanaburi 

Kwai Tara Riverside Villas

Kanchanaburi's new floating villas were made for weekend getaways
 
Kanchanaburi's new floating villas were made for weekend getaways
 
These loft-style floating villas in Kanchanaburi are an instagram dream and make up the best new opening in Kanchanaburi this year. Rooms start from B4,000/night for two guests inclusive of breakfast and water rafting activities. 

Hintok River Camp at Hellfire pass

 
 
Enjoy an ecosafari stay surrounded by the lush greenery near Saiyok National Park in an area filled with history from WW2. There's currently a special weekday sale of 60% discount (that goes down to B2,700/night), applicable for stays until Sep 30.  
 

Ranong 

Baan Nai Mong

We found this amazing onsen in the middle of the jungle
 
We found this amazing onsen in the middle of the jungle
 
The homestay in Ranong comes with its own hot spring onsen by the scenic lake and does homey Thai-style pinto for their guests. Pre-opening period rates start at B1,950/night for eco tents and B2,650/night for air con cabins by the lake. 

The Hidden Resort

Ranong's adorable new hidden gem
 
Ranong's adorable new hidden gem
 
The elegant Sino-Portuguese resort in Ranong comes with six private villas (B2,250/night) and two garden pavillions (B3,250/night). The Raksawarin Hot Springs are only a short walk away in a secluded province away from the usual throng of tourists. 

Baan Rai I Arun

 

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This adorable Ranong farm-stay is surrounded by the lush green of the owner's family’s plantation. The new treehouses are simply picture perfect. Bookings can only be made at 096-938-2981 between 9am-5pm.  
 

Ratchaburi

Inlaya

 

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This Ratchaburi resort breaks away from all the European themed places along the mountains and takes advantage of its lakeside location, with a peaceful view of the waters straight from the guestrooms. The awesome infinity pool is also home to a cool floating cafe. Book on www.inlayaratchaburi.com for a special rate of 50-percent off (jungle view rooms are B1,926/2 nights and lakeside view rooms are B2,354/2 nights), available for booking now through Jun 30 and applicable for stays from Jul 1. 

Villamoreeda

 
 
Situated next to Lum Pa Chee River, Villamoreeda offers a super serene getaway across a private one-rai area of pure nature. These cute modern rooms start from B3,200 during the rainy season, but check with the resort directly for special deals.
 

Suratthani

500 Rai Floating Resort

 
 
Arguably the most popular floating resort in Chiew Larn, Suratthani. Take a one-day trip for B2,000/person (inclusive of boat shuttle, lunch and water activities) or add an extra night at one of their valley retreat rooms among the hils for the best of both worlds (B15,000/person on weekdays, inclusive of all meals, water activities, local cycling tour and boat transfer).  
 

Petchabun 

Blue Sky Resort Khao Kho

Northern Thailand's latest European-style attraction is way up in the mountains

 
The Bluesky Resort Khao Kho is situated 800 meters above sea level, designed to look like an idyllic English-style country resort. The romantic foggy scenery is the silver lining after the rain, making the province one of the best destinations in Thailand during the wet season. Rooms start from B2,499/night. 
 

Loei 

With a View @ Chiang Khan

 

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This quaint, nine-room hotel takes over a two-story wooden house situated on the Mae Khong River. Maintaining the architectural facade of the old days, the hotel also enjoys a great view of the sunset. For the ultimate local experience, get a merit-making set provided by the hotel for your refreshing morning in the north too. Rooms start at B1,200 from now through Sep. 
 

Nakhon Sri Thammarat 

Kiriwong Riverview

 

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Known as the village with the most refreshing air in the country, Kiriwong continues to attract more interest from locals thaqnks to its appearance in various lakorn. Here, there are six rooms that come equipped with aircon (prices start at B1,500/night), nestled within the jungle. There is also an on-site restaurant that serves up authentic Southern cuisine. 
 

Chiang Rai 

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

 
 
We rave about it again and again, just because it'sthe most glamorous tented resort there in Thailand (you'll feel a like a hi-so version of Jane and Tarzan). Whether it's for the outdoor spa or the bathtub with an amazing view, staying here's a pleasure any time of the year. Glamping in style wont be cheap (B194,340 for a two-night adventure package), but a stay comes inclusive of three meals/day, drinks and all sorts of on-site activities.   

Phu Chaisai Mountain Resort 

 
 
Divided into Bamboo cottages, Mountain cottages, Deluxe Mountain cottages and Pool Villas, all the room types here face a spectacular view of the Mae Salong Valley. Summer promotions are applicable from now through Oct 17, with rooms starting at B2,400. 
 

Chiang Mai 

Proud Phu Fah

Sets amid the lush green and oh-so-romantic landscape of Chiang Mai’s Mae Rim, this earthy hotel is perfect to lock yourself inside when the rain is falling outside. Its vast living area is perfect for doing nothing but relaxing. Alternatively, soak in the outdoor bathtub. Wet season rates start from B2,990/night, inclusive of breakfast. 


Pai 

Reverie Siam

 

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18 unique guestrooms hidden within the mountains of Pai come with antique furniture and oriental curiosities that encapsulate the magic of the early 19th century. Definitely an unexpected find in Mae Hong Son. Rooms start at B3,875/night for the Deluxe Mountain View. 

PuriPai Villa

For a more fancy stay this rainy season, the luxurious Puripai Villa just unveiled three new standard villas, one three-bedroom villa and two three-bedroom pool villas. Sitting on a small hill on the outskirts of the town center, you can witness the early morning mist right from your balcony. Rates start at B8,837 for one bedroom villas, B14,459 for three bedroom villas and B5,700 for deluxe rooms. 

 

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