The resort is designed as a traditional Thai village and harmonises with the surroundings not only because of the shape of the buildings but also in the use of selected natural materials. Sitting on a hilltop with a breathtaking panoramic view of the park, it provides 15 comfortable bungalows in traditional Thai style. It has a lobby, restaurant and car park. A laundry service is available for guests' convenience.
Located in Khao Yai, Nakorn Ratchasima, the resort is situated on a hilltop near to several Thai villages and small farms, and perfectly integrated into the beautiful landscape. Guests can enjoy the peace and harmony that nature has to offer. The centre of Pak Chong is around a 45-minute drive from the hotel.
The guest accommodation units are situated in a lush tropical garden on a mountain overlooking the national park. Inside, the bungalows provide modern and spacious rooms. Large glass fronts on two sides open the bungalows up to the natural breeze. A double/twin bed, minibar, tea and coffee tea making facilities, air conditioning and a safe come as standard in all rooms. There is large outdoor sitting area and the private bathroom is equipped with a hot and cold water shower.
An outdoor swimming pool awaits guests to enjoy a refreshing swim while the tropical garden will ensure a relaxing stroll. Massages are offered for a fee. The golf course at Toscana Valley Country Club is a 10-minute drive from the hotel.
The restaurant provides regional dishes according to the season. Apart from the daily changing menus, the restaurant also offers a variety of traditional Thai and European cuisine. All dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients, partly from the resort's own cultivation and surrounding farms and gardens. Breakfast is served every morning.
American Express, MasterCard and VISA are accepted at the hotel.
The resort is located in Khao Yai National Park, approximately 160 km north of Bangkok. From Bangkok, take the northern route on highway no. 1 to Saraburi, and then take highway no.2 towards Nakhon Rachasima. Near the town of Pak Chong, guests should take the exit to Khao Yai. From there, highway no. 2090 leads directly to the park.