Phayao Accommodation

Discussion in 'Accommodation - North Thailand' started by DavidFL, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

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    Not my regular place of stay in Phayao, the Phu Tong Place, because it & 2 other places were full on the night. (A concert in Phayao, unbeknown to us dumb farang.)
    Anyway for 500 baht not bad..(but I still prefer the Phu Tong)......

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  3. Rookie

    Rookie Active Member

    this guesthouse across from the lake on main road rooms range 500B 1200 B

    receptionist is beautiful Jeab btw looking for a honest farang:D

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  4. Jedi Biker

    Jedi Biker Member

    Every place on the lakefront was full :-(

    Found a place called "Win Hotel". Seems like a boutique hotel. No fan rooms, only a/c rooms. They have small rooms for 290 Baht/night (single bed) and big rooms 350 Baht/night (double bed). I was given the last available room which was a small room. It was clean and seemed cute :) The front desk staff are not really friendly though.

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    I had a look at the Big Room the next day:

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  5. ianyonok

    ianyonok Ol'Timer

  6. David Learmonth

    David Learmonth Ol'Timer

    I'll second Ian's opinion of the JumJai. (Though I didn't know that was it's name!) Stayed there twice now & they are indeed very friendly & helpful. The step up to the bike parking may look easy for those with two good legs - but for me, it looked like hard work. No problem, chap came straight out & did it for me. Same in the morning when we left. I think we paid 600 baht for a room (number 2) on ground floor. That was in December last year. They'll also reserve me a downstairs room to save me having to 'do' stairs. Even for myself, it is within walking distance of most things. Will certainly stay there again.
     
  7. ultspnch

    ultspnch Member

    I agree we stayed here in November 2013 and it is a great palce and the owner has a stunning Ducati Monster too! Its a bit hard to find but up a side street just 50 meters from the lake.
     
  8. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    My favourite place is the Phu Thong

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    spacious rooms. Aircon hot water TV.

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    A good sized bathroom with hot water that gushes out!

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    Price: 500 baht

    Location: it is on the GTR Phayao city map.

    It's also got a view when the storms come in off the lake.

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    Now of note is the abundance of new homestay guesthouses down on the lake foreshore.
    Arunothai
    Buakaew, near Cup Cake
    Lerkdee, near BM Pub
    Hom Hug
    Cozy Nest
    Jumjai
    plus a few others downtown.
    If I was to try another one I'd be looking at Cozy Nest or Lerkdee.

    Cheers.
    Phayao seems to come of age for loads of good boutique accommodation.
    Spend a night in Phayao & you will be impressed with the value for money accommodation available.
     
  9. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Arrived late in Phayao at 8PM, tried a couple of the lakeside hotels & was quoted 1500-1800 baht a night for two rooms. Not impressed. So opted for the Jumjai

    [​IMG] Jumjai Guesthouse - home stay - Phayao.

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    [​IMG] Jumjai Guesthouse - home stay - Phayao.

    600 baht a night.

    Beautiful wood work through out

    [​IMG] Jumjai Guesthouse - home stay - Phayao.

    [​IMG] Jumjai Guesthouse - home stay - Phayao.

    [​IMG] Jumjai Guesthouse - home stay - Phayao.

    [​IMG] Jumjai Guesthouse - home stay - Phayao.

    They have under cover parking for motorbikes, but I found the bathroom a bit of a challenge.

    [​IMG] Jumjai Guesthouse - home stay - Phayao.

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