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We have a range of budget places to stay in Ayutthaya from as low as £9 per night
Based on previous Ayutthaya accommodation searches, the average starting price is £18
Want to splurge? At the top end in Ayutthaya, we have 6 places to stay with prices starting at £28
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Ayutthaya is £18 per night.
lagataw1 Very warm and friendly owner. Peaceful quiet location although a bit far from the city center. But it's all good because they have bicycles for rent at a really low price of 30 baht. The only downside probably is the bathroom. The water drains a bit too slowly an d there is no water heater.
91/1 Moo 10, Wat Pako Road Tambol Kamong0 60%
6/28 Uthong Road, Tumbon Protuchai, Amphur Phranak Phranakorn Sri-Ayutthaya ProvinceAwesome 87%
168 Moo 1, Rojana Road, Tanu, U-ThaiGreat 80%
7 Moo 2, Rojana Rd. (Predeepanomyong Rd.) Pranakorn Sri Autthaya Distr.Very Good 78%
16/70 Nareasuan Road Pratuchai0 0%
210-211, 148 Moo 5 Rojana Road Tambol Pailing, Aumphur Phra NakhonGreat 80%
69/16 Bang Ian soi Rattranachai0 69%
69 Moo.7 Khlong Suan Pool District Bang Pa-in0 0%
27/2 Dag 6 Rodjana Rd. KamangGood 70%
silentvibe If you are driving its not a bad place for budget reasons...but if you are hiring a car I would imagine you can stay at a more pricey place. Its out of the centre and they offer bicycles to hire or you can use there tuk tuk service. there is no hot water in the rooms and I was told that you need to hire a VIP room. I didn't bother as I was only there for 2 nights. The food is good but expect to get bitten by mozys as it is out in the countryside so to speak. Services are pretty good and the lady there is very helpful. I wouldnt stay here again though I was just a little too disapointed by no hot water and the location. At night...you really are in the middle of nowhere. But for the money, its not that bad....if you like cold showers. Funny thing is though...now I'm back in Europe....I would love to be there now, I miss it!
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