Wednesday, April 20, 2011

[Hotel Review] Moradok Thai Guesthouse (Ayutthaya, Thailand)

If you are an adventurous and not “fussy”, this guesthouse is a good bargain. Located in Ayutthaya, this small guesthouse is run by a friendly Thai lady (married to a Swiss man), Gina. It sits next to one of the many temple ruins of Ayutthaya.

Do not attempt to walk from the railway station because it is not that near (despite google map saying otherwise). Instead, you can easily request for a pick up – free of charge, from the guesthouse owner herself. At bargain price you will get basic room with beds, blankets, ensuite bathroom and a cheerful entertainer, Samsee. The bar starts early and you can make friends here (I am not joking!!!). Breakfast is pretty standard – toast, eggs, fruits and coffee; and it is usually included in the price you pay for the room.

In front of the guesthouse is a traditional Thai massage place and a restaurant. You can also rent bicycle from the guesthouse at a very cheap price. Additional service at the guesthouse includes tour packages for many activities in Ayutthaya you want to do.

Location wise – this place is within walking distance to many Ayutthaya main attractions. Take a map at the counter and start exploring this ancient city. If you need to buy anything, you are only 2 minutes away from the 7eleven and the local night market.

You can book Moradok Thai guesthouse from AsiaRooms easily. My personal rating: 3 ½ stars.

Read entries on my experience in Ayutthaya

Day 3: Ayutthaya on Foot

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