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Baan Tye Wang Hotel
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"This hotel is not that far from Ayutthaya attractions, but I think not having your own car, it might be inconvenient staying here. Also, it is a very small (and lovely) hotel, there is no pool nor other 5-star facilities. Apart from those issues, this small boutique hotel is perfect. We booked for the only best room, the suite, and we were very glad we had done so. The room is very spacious, spotlessly clean, with private outdoor show and a luxurious bathtub right in the bedroom, free wifi, nice homemade breakfast, beautiful modern-Thai decoration, quiet and clam ambiance, and to top it all off, a true Thai hospitality from the family of the owner."
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9.1

Exceptional

1978 reviews

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$ 76
Luang Chumni Village
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"I recommend this hotel for all tourists who love to spend your time travelling around the world heritage place like Ayutthaya. The hotel is small, but clean, safe and convenient for going to the museum and temples. The room is decorated to be an ancient Thai house with the open-air room for you to sit, take a nap or read a book. The wifi is good and effective. All staffs are so friendly and helpful. Two things I think it is necessary for the room are the boiling kettle and hair dryer. "
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8.9

Excellent

138 reviews

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$ 24
Silp-Pa Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Hotel
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"This is one of the best boutique hotels I've stayed at in Asia. The building is traditional and the decor is really excellent filled with original artwork throughout. The staff are really friendly and helpful. The room also very good, but didn't have space to put your luggage or counter space. The location is close to attractions, but not too close to a good choice of tourist restaurants. It is close walk to the night market for dinner however. They have good cafe for breakfast and lunch. I would recommend this place, it's really beautiful. "
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8.7

Excellent

781 reviews

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$ 47
Baifern Homestay
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"A little removed from the noisy city centre but still close enough to be able to quickly get anywhere this little gem is maybe the best value for money you can get in Ayutthaya. You will be very well taken care of when you book this residence. Our room was perfectly clean, quite modern and nicely furnished. We can absolutely reccomend to stay there. "
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7.9

Very good

461 reviews

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$ 30
Baan Veanglhek Residence
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"Beautiful property to experience stay in a traditional Thai wooden house next to the river."
9.3

Exceptional

13 reviews

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$ 109
Aiyara House
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"Great place. Very kind owner. Location is walkable to the island's centre park where most of the temples are. The night market is also just up a few blocks. This is also a good place to do laundry as a full load costs only 20 baht. Highly recommended."
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8.2

Excellent

227 reviews

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$ 19
Baan Keang Chon Ayutthaya บ้านเคียงชล อยุธยา
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"I feel very lucky to have found Baan Keang Chol. Modern, clean, quiet, with great views of the river, fast internet, not far to the Night Market, and ruins to explore just across the road - I couldn't have asked for more. There a number of good restaurants (and two 7-11s, of course) within walking distance. Prior to booking, I had some worries about noise from river traffic but it was no problem at all because those super-loud longtail boats are mostly absent in Ayutthaya. Best of all, the hotel owners are a delightful family who made feel right at home and made me remember the warm hospitality of traditional Thailand. Khop khun maak khap!"
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9

Exceptional

76 reviews

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$ 34
Baan Penny Ayutthaya
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"Gerhard and Penny were absolutely wonderful hosts. If I could give them higher than the five star, I would. I’ve spent two months in Thailand and this is my favorite place. You have your own cottage in a very secure area and the buildings are very new and up to date. The massive bed was very comfortable and the Aircon worked very well. Lighting was very good and it had a mini fridge. Bike rentals were free and they were quality bicycles which you need to navigate a few of these Ayutthaya roads. The first few minutes, Gerhard welcomes you with a cold drink and gives you a tourist map of the highlights of this island. The BEST time to go to these sights/ruins is after 3pm because most of the tour busses have left and gives you peace of thought to contemplate how life might have been many years ago. I recommend buying the 250 baht ticket to see six temples; it’s good for two days. Many other ruins are free, so take your nice bicycle around the city and see what you can find.! "
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9

Exceptional

125 reviews

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$ 44
Sri Ayutthaya
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"We were there on 31 March 20 when the COViD 19 was an precedented situation in Thailand and the staff were so friendly , helpful and had a great hospitality."
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8.7

Excellent

27 reviews

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$ 64
Banchan Hostel
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"I booked a bed in a dorm at this hostel not expecting too much, because it was the cheapest, but I was very pleasantly surprised. It’s very cozy with its all wooden design, clean, the room was spacious and air conditioned with a big locker, the staff is friendly amd helpful with good english. Definitely a good value for money. "
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8.6

Excellent

124 reviews

Baan Tye Wang Hotel
Pratuchai,Pratuchai - View on map
"This hotel is not that far from Ayutthaya attractions, but I think not having your own car, it might be inconvenient staying here. Also, it is a very small (and lovely) hotel, there is no pool nor other 5-star facilities. Apart from those issues, this small boutique hotel is perfect. We booked for the only best room, the suite, and we were very glad we had done so. The room is very spacious, spotlessly clean, with private outdoor show and a luxurious bathtub right in the bedroom, free wifi, nice homemade breakfast, beautiful modern-Thai decoration, quiet and clam ambiance, and to top it all off, a true Thai hospitality from the family of the owner."
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9.1

Exceptional

1978 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 76

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The core of Ayutthaya’s historical attractions is on the island formed where the Lopburi, Pa Sak and Chao Phraya rivers converge. The main sites in the historical park charge separate entrance fees, but it’s possible to arrange bundled tickets through the tourist office or at any of the hotels in Ayutthaya.

The temples in central Ayutthaya are in ruins, which is a major part of their charm. One of the most impressive buildings is Wihaan Phra Mongkol Bophit, known for its enormous bronze Buddha image. This temple is joined by Wat Phra Si Sanphet, which was once part of the Ancient Palace and used for major religious ceremonies involving the king. Remnants of the Ancient Palace are on site and extend to north, but they were largely removed and destroyed when the Burmese invaded. Further west is Phra Sri Suriothai Pagoda, a tribute to Thailand’s favorite heroine.

At the height of the Ayutthaya Kingdom, this area overflowed with gold and other treasures, most of which was carted off during the Burmese invasion. The antiques and religious articles that remained eventually made it to the Chao Sampraya National Museum (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays), which is across the street from the main tourist information office.

While the ruins are the main attraction in central Ayutthaya, the city continued to develop after the sacking. More recent historical sites include Khun Pan House, Paniad Mansion and the Horse Carriage Station. Outside of the historical park, older houses and less prominent temples are intermixed with brand-new buildings.

A few of the best hotels in Ayutthaya are here on the island. They lie on the fringes of the historical park and offer excellent views of the major pagodas and temple spires. Views like this are best enjoyed in the evening, when the ruins of Ayutthaya are illuminated.