Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort & Spa is serene and graceful with a simple elegance…
Our chosen hotel in Sukhothai is the delightful boutique eco-styled Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort. Wonderfully located just 1.80km from the historical park. 30 minutes from the airport.
Sukhothai is located 350 miles north of Bangkok, 1 hour 20 minutes flight. It was the first capital of Siam (Thailand) from 1238 to 1438. The name Sukhothai translates into Dawn of Happiness.
The area is one of the cultures within Thailand with the remains of many incredible temples and stupas, spread over the UNESCO protected historical park and the Si Satchanalai Park which is 50 minutes drive away. Within the two parks, you have up to 190 historical ruins, spread over 5 separate zones.
Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort has 54 rooms and suites. Each totally captures the sense of destination, with a Northern Lanna style architecture.
You have a choice of:
Superior Rooms (33 sqm) Deluxe Rooms (40sqm), and Junior Suites (55Sqm)
Infinity swimming pool set aside green rice paddies with views of the Khao Luang mountains.
Bicycles can be hired free of charge for some gentle touring to the peaceful slow-life local communities.
For the traveller looking for something truly different and a real desire to see a very different side of Thailand, Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort will be an incredible experience.
At Chic we just love this area. The temples are so impressive, almost akin to those found in Angkor Wat in Cambodia but with fewer people. It is a real hidden gem, even for Thai people, and frequently you might find just a handful of curious travellers discovering the ruins.
The Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort & Spa captures the style completely, serene and graceful with simple elegance.
You can easily visit the area for two days (one night) as an extension from Bangkok, but we would suggest three days (two nights) with p
Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort & Spa, Thailand
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