Baan Sukhothai Hotel & Spa
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Baan Sukhothai Hotel & Spa Patong
Travel Blogs from Patong
... and therefore to move on from Phuket rather than continue on our planned beach tour.
We had a look at our options and booked flights up to Chiang Mai for tomorrow morning.
We decided to use the pool in the rain before changing and heading out for a walk, booking tomorrow's taxi to the airport and having a few drinks in 'Hooters' to complete our Phuket adventure (no prizes for guessing who chose the ...
... it would have made for some excellent photos had our camera had a slightly deeper depth rating! Once we'd shifted a few unwanted lbs back at Action Point, we headed north to Chiang Mai, an area in Northern Thailand famous for its many temples and hill tribe villages. We stayed in the old town, a bustling area with markets, street food vendors and a temple on practically every street. The whole area was surrounded by the remnants of a crumbling city wall ...
... it looks almost bigger then the Big Buddha back in phuket. Around the back of the temple down the bottom are stairs and these stairs go top the base level where the the temple is and the stairs go up 600 metres with 1272 steps and oh my god it was a hike. It felt like the stairs never ended. When I finally reached the top after sweating my guts outs, it was all work it as I was able to go inside of the temple as look at the amazing view that the base deck had ...
... we did. Our trip was 3,500 each.
● Siam Niramit - paid 1,500 each for gold tickets for the show only plus 200 for transfers. Absolutely loved the show, amazing sets and costumes as well as sound and lighting effects. What I loved seeing was how much the performers loved their job, they were always smiling and seemed to be putting in 100%. The pre entertainment was not ...
... as Koh Lipe and a blackboard in front of a bar indicated the water temp was 84 degrees. We found the surf a bit more pounding than Koh Lipe but nonetheless delightful.
In front of the shops on the beach, you could rent an umbrella for 150Bh or about $3. We may do that on Tuesday and also continue to explore the national park.
For dinner Monday, we decided to stay at the hotel. The food was traditional Thai and we were in bed by midnight.