Maeyom Palace Hotel

Address: 181/6 Yantarakijkosol Road, Phrae, 54000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Tlalnepantla/Northern Mexico City area of Phrae.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMaeyom Palace Hotel Phrae

      Reviewed by pedalpaddle

      Huge lovely pool.

      Reviewed Dec 27, 2014
      by (8 reviews) Vancouver , Canada Flag of Canada

      I chose this hotel because of the huge pool. The location is within walking distance to the bus station. Also, pretty convenient to get to main town area, especially by bike. Hotel has bikes for 100baht per day. Rooms are a bit dated but just fine and clean. Huge restaurant with basic international breakfast. It's a huge hotel so a little impersonal but desk staff were friendly enough. A couple computers in the lobby for guest use for fee. I'd stay here again mainly for the pool.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Maeyom Palace Hotel Phrae

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      Travel Blogs from Phrae

      Northern Thailand - Phrae, Sukhothai , Chiang Mai.

      A travel blog entry by pedalpaddle on Dec 27, 2014

      136 photos

      Pedalpaddle stayed here on Dec 27, 2014 during their trip titled: Thailand.

      That in between month.. January

      A travel blog entry by eburrell on Feb 24, 2014

      51 photos

      We didn't travel much outside Phrae during January. The only bus trip was to Chiang Mai for our job interviews. Even without traveling about every weekend we did manage to have some fun in Phrae and a car trip with our new Thai friend Yam on Zach's birthday weekend. ...

      Thanksgiving and sports

      A travel blog entry by eburrell on Dec 02, 2013

      64 photos



      ThanksgivingI spent the entire week teaching the students about thanksgiving. We just began our Food Unit too so it was perfect. I bought them paper plates and they all drew large thanksgiving meals of anything they wanted. Their were pizza, fish, chicken, icecream, and minion cake thanksgiving dishes all over. On Thanksgiving one of the English teachers coordinated the ...

      Thai Time...?

      A travel blog entry by eburrell on Oct 28, 2013

      1 comment, 21 photos

      What a day! The first day of school. Like all first days it was nervifying! We met a new co-worker, Ananda, right before school started and headed over to buy coffee as a group. The coffee took longer than expected and we were late for our first day. Our French director / (only our co-worker but says he is the middle man) was very upset with us. However, the Thai's were like "Mai-pen-rai" (which is a common saying in Thai meaning "No ...

      The small town experience

      A travel blog entry by sce.davies on Feb 14, 2013

      ... were peppered around, giving the town a real rustic feel. There were a couple of big schools in the area and the girls waved and shouted hello as we walked past. They disappeared as quickly as they had appeared when we waved back, especially Tomi, who would set them off giggling and blushing.

      We walked to the end of town to find the city walls that were marked out in the book. When we got to the edge of town, all we saw was a big mound of earth. We clambered ...