Ayutthaya Grand Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAyutthaya Grand Hotel
Very large room and huge pool but unfortunately this once grand hotel is now needing some updating. It's a little bit further away from the main tourist area but fortunately transport is cheap and easy. The restaurant was very nice. We were very comfortable here.
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Sunny 34 degrees but with a bit of a breeze
After breakfast we met our tuk tuk driver, Pock, as arranged. He welcomed us and told is how lucky we were to have him and we set off to our first Wat in Ayutthaya. It was Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon. Pock is very knowledgeable as he was a tour guide and he sat us down and told us all about the history …
Mostly sunny 35 degrees
Pock picked us up at 9.20 as arranged and we headed for the Summer Palace in his tuk tuk. It was about a half an hour's drive away. The Royal Palace in Bang Pa dates back to the 17th century. The present day palace which is still used for receptions and occasional accommodation for King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) …
Hot 32 degrees
We set our alarm for 5am as our taxi was booked for 6 to get us to the airport for our flight to Bangkok. We went to reception to find the staff fast asleep which probably accounted for the absence of our wake up call. We grabbed a couple of bananas for breakfast and settled the account and set off through busy early …
Today started at 8:30 with a freezing cold shower as Matty used all the hot water lol, we had to put our bags in one room have breakfast and be ready to leave by 10. We had been told the night before that breakfast was included so I was really looking forward to a good meal and a glass of orange juice. When we got to the breakfast room we realised we only and a few options, the options were, bread, toast with jam, toast with butter, toast with marmalade or coffee! So I had toast ...
... that does not have an area for monks to live in. The temples were very beautiful and quite large. We quickly realised though that many of the temples would look like this and at 50 baht per temple, we needed to pick and choose wisely, otherwise our costs could add up quite quickly.
Within the same grounds of Wat Phra Sri San Phet, is the renovated Viharn Phra Mongkol Bopit, which is regularly used for Buddhist ceremonies. Before entering we had to take ...