Hotels Near Jam House Restaurant In Chiang Khong

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.36km from Cafe' de Lao
Located in Chiang Khong, Chiangkhong Green Inn Resident is a perfect starting point from which to explore Chiang Khong (Chiang Rai). Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. To be found at the hotel are shops, Wi-Fi in public areas, business center, laundry service/dry cleaning, car park. Refrigerator, satellite/cable TV, internet access – wireless (complimentary), shower, internet access – LAN can be found in each guestroom. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Convenience and comfort makes Chiangkhong Green Inn Resident the perfect choice for your stay in Chiang Khong (Chiang Rai).
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4.8/5Outstanding12 Reviews
0.39km from Cafe' de Lao
The hotel is located near the river Khong of Thailand. Across the river, Laos is seen. The room was good, The bed was perfect for sleep. The staffs were helpful and friendly. The breakfast was in average quality. There also a pool is a hotel, but we arrived at night so we did not used that pool. Bringing mosquito repellents is recommended, since there are a lot of mosquitoes when you sit near the river at evening and night.
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4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.6km from Cafe' de Lao
We have spent 1 night on end December 2018 at Chiangkhong GreenRiver hotel. The view is direct on the Mekong . The room was very clean. The family managing the hotel is very nice and helpful . They even sent us to the bus station to help us getting the bus Chiang Rai as it was raining. I strongly recommend this hotel.
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5/5Perfect2 Reviews
0.65km from Cafe' de Lao
Little home away from home in the jungle. Restaurant upstairs with amazing (appropriately spicy!) food, excellent host, and great location, right next to the river. Fall asleep to the sounds of the crickets, and be greeted by two friendly cats in the morning. Would love to visit again!
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0/50 Reviews
0.66km from Cafe' de Lao
Property Location Located in Chiang Khong, Baan Rimtaling Guest House is a 4-minute drive from Chiang Khong Crown Prince Hospital and 5 minutes from Wat Phra Kaew. This hostel is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Thai Border Crossing Ferry and 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Wat Chiang Khong. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 12 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include complimentary bottled water and ceiling fans, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as bicycles to rent or take in the view from a garden. Additional amenities at this hostel include complimentary wireless Internet access, a television in a common area, and tour/ticket assistance. Dining At Baan Rimtaling Guest House, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. English breakfasts are available daily from 7:30 AM to noon for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.8km from Cafe' de Lao
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Chiang Khong, Namkhong Riverside Hotel promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Airport transfer, coffee shop, Wi-Fi in public areas, shuttle service, safety deposit boxes are there for guest's enjoyment. The well-appointed guestrooms feature television, air conditioning, seating area, satellite/cable TV, non smoking rooms. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include garden, massage. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Chiang Khong (Chiang Rai) has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Namkhong Riverside Hotel.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.89km from Cafe' de Lao
Chiang Khong was our last stop before crossing to Laos and all we wanted was a bed for the night. Sleeping Well was about 15 minutes walk from where the bus dropped us from Chiang Rai. Chiang Khong is not a big place, pretty much one street so you can walk the length of it in 20 minutes or so. We paid just over £20 for a double bed. We had to climb 2 flights of stairs to our room with all the luggage on our backs. That's fine with us but it may be worth checking if they have a lift in case you are not comfortable with that. The room was really nice and bright, pretty firm bed but we didn't mind it. The bathroom was more of a wet room but again it was fine with us. The breakfast wasn't included in the price but they have a restaurant if you do want breakfast, it opens at 7 am and we got eggs and bagel plus coffee.
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4.9/5Perfect13 Reviews
1.11km from Cafe' de Lao
Chiangkhong Teak Garden is located along the main Chiang Khong Road and overlooks the Mekong River. Airport transfers and free Wi-Fi are available.Rooms at Chiangkhong Garden Teak are air conditioned and offer views of the garden or river. A cable TV and personal safe are included. For a quick snack, tea/coffee making facilities and a minibar are available.Traditional Thai massage can be enjoyed at the hotel. Motorcycle rentals are provided for guests who wish to explore the area at leisure.
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5/5Perfect5 Reviews
1.98km from Cafe' de Lao
Baan Sakuna is a recently opened hotel in beautiful grounds run by a local Thai family who bought the land 18 years ago when Chiang Khong was still a sleepy riverside town. The opening of the Freedom Bridge to Laos across the Mekong in 2013 prompted them to consider opening a hotel and the finished product is a stylish building with spacious, comfortable well-fitted rooms . The hotel is a short walk to the main CK downtown area and free hotel bikes are available. The restaurant/bar area is a large open-sided, well-shaded building and the food is excellent and reasonably priced by Thai standards. WiFi throughout is good. We stayed one night having crossed into Thailand from Tachilek in Myanmar to the Thai border post at Mai Sae. As there’s no direct public transport we needed a taxi to ferry us and this was where Baan Sakuna also scored - arranging a drive and car for 1,500 baht to meet us after we walked over the border bridge. The journey took about 90 minutes - the alternative would’ve been a bus to Chiang Rai and then a bus to Chiang Khong - a 4 hour trip assuming almost immediate connections at about half the price. Several times we had to alter the meet-up arrangement and every time Baan Sakuna proved really helpful responding promptly to email requests and queries in excellent English. Would definitely stay there again.
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3.7/510 Reviews
1.99km from Cafe' de Lao
Firstly we booked this accommodation for the swimming pool that was on the main picture (now taken off) as we had been on a very hectic few days and needed a nice leisurely afternoon. The owner laughed and said , its a kids pool and its not full up (it would have been big enough for a dip ) , it was just empty and filthy. Secondly the owner had said he would take us to the bus stop in the morning but for some reason changed his mind, said he had never offered it and said his friend would take us in a tuk tuk for a price. I wouldn't stay here again.
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4.7/5Outstanding11 Reviews
2.24km from Cafe' de Lao
Located in Wiang, Siam Tara Resort Chiangkhong is a perfect starting point from which to explore Chiang Khong (Chiang Rai). The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Siam Tara Resort Chiangkhong. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature television LCD/plasma screen, additional toilet, carpeting, complimentary instant coffee, complimentary tea. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as massage, garden. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Chiang Khong (Chiang Rai) has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Siam Tara Resort Chiangkhong.
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.28km from Cafe' de Lao
Room # 304 The owners are very warm and welcoming. Instead of the usual Thai dogs greeting you on arrival with a bark two young ladies ran out to meet us, with big smiles and insisted on carrying our bags. That is where the good part of this stay ended. We had booked a Bedroom with a large Bed ( I had requested a King bed ) At check in the lady stated she was going to give our room to another guest and told us she would give us 2 x Single beds pushed together - NOT ACCEPTABLE. She did eventually agree to give us the room we had booked and were paying for! Room # 304 SMELT MUSTY & DAMP - It was unpleasant and most likely very UNHEALTHY to stay in. The sink in the Bathroom did NOT DRAIN AWAY. The Toilet leaked water right across the Bathroom floor. The Internet was CRAP - Connect & Disconnect, Up and Down, Slow and Freezing The house cleaning maid had left Someone else's OLD SOAP on the RIM of the BATH ( photo supplied ) The bath was Dirty ( has not been cleaned ) Everything felt Grubby and Dirty in the room. Mosquito nets are damaged with gaping holes. Breakfast was adequate the next morning. Mekong views were just average. What else can I say - best book somewhere different. It may have been wow 2 or 3 years ago - but obviously standards have been allowed to slip......
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Hotels Near Jam House Restaurant In Chiang Khong Review

4.8/512 Reviews
The hotel is located near the river Khong of Thailand. Across the river, Laos is seen. The room was good, The bed was perfect for sleep. The staffs were helpful and friendly. The breakfast was in average quality. There also a pool is a hotel, but we arrived at night so we did not used that pool. Bringing mosquito repellents is recommended, since there are a lot of mosquitoes when you sit near the river at evening and night.
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5/52 Reviews
Little home away from home in the jungle. Restaurant upstairs with amazing (appropriately spicy!) food, excellent host, and great location, right next to the river. Fall asleep to the sounds of the crickets, and be greeted by two friendly cats in the morning. Would love to visit again!
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4.8/510 Reviews
Let me tell you a story: We disembark from the local bus at Tesco, the BIG grocery/everything market in town, and our pick-up point for our next guesthouse. Coincidentally, we are 5 people waiting in the parking lot, for the same guesthouse pick-up! Our host shows up, laughs and succeeds in squeezing us, and all our gear, into the back of her SUV, and away we go, bumping down the dusty farm roads. We pull into this brightly-coloured little compound, 5 pastel-tinted houses all in a row, in the middle of a rubber tree plantation, surrounded by vegetable gardens, and within sight of the Thai-Laos Friendship bridge. It's a little corner of paradise that you wouldn;t otherwise know exists, even though ever boat cruising down the Mekong passes right by. Our host, Phrajan Dtemduaang (which stands for full moon), lets us pick a colour of house(I jump on the purple one!), offers us a tasty lunch of spicy minced pork and green beans with steamed rice, and tells us she will make us dinner too, asking if we like Pad Thai, green curry, and pumpkin. Finding these option all delicious, we agree and decide to take a walk through the dried-out rice fields and rubber trees. A haze rises over the mountains across the Mekong river, the farmers of Laos are burning their fields this evening. The sun sets just as we are returning to the cute little compound for the evening. Our fellow guests from the bus and Tesco parking lot join us, and we sit around the large table in the yard, while our host parades platter after platter of food from her home, just next door, to us. It turns out, when she mentioned the "options" for dinner, it wasn't a choice - she was listing off the dishes she wanted to prepare for us! So for dinner, we devour green pork curry, pumpkin sauteed with egg, stir-fried chicken, pad thai with shrimp AND steamed rice, with a plate of fresh fruit to finish off the meal. ------------------ With the only down side being its distance from town, there is no good reason why you SHOULDN'T stay here. The bungalows are small, but perfectly furrnished. The bed is big and comfortable, the aircon excellent, and there is a TV, WiFi, room for clothing storage, a table and 2 chairs, but you won't spend much time inside. The bathroom is big and spotlessly clean and the water pressure for a place in the middle of nowhere is excellent. If you are coming with a rental car, there is room to park inside the compound, and if you are traveling in by bus, Phrajan will gladly arrange a pick-up for you, likely at the Tesco in town where the bus stops. But the real selling point of this place, if you haven't already guessed, is Phrajan herself. She is lovely and cheerful, chatty and welcoming. She cooks up a storm, and makes the most delicious food - she has promised to teach me the next time I return to Panna Kalong. She buzzes around the property at high speed, making sure everyone has everything they need, often followed by her two small dogs in sweaters.
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4.4/510 Reviews
Chiang Khong was our last stop before crossing to Laos and all we wanted was a bed for the night. Sleeping Well was about 15 minutes walk from where the bus dropped us from Chiang Rai. Chiang Khong is not a big place, pretty much one street so you can walk the length of it in 20 minutes or so. We paid just over £20 for a double bed. We had to climb 2 flights of stairs to our room with all the luggage on our backs. That's fine with us but it may be worth checking if they have a lift in case you are not comfortable with that. The room was really nice and bright, pretty firm bed but we didn't mind it. The bathroom was more of a wet room but again it was fine with us. The breakfast wasn't included in the price but they have a restaurant if you do want breakfast, it opens at 7 am and we got eggs and bagel plus coffee.
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4.1/510 Reviews
Room # 304 The owners are very warm and welcoming. Instead of the usual Thai dogs greeting you on arrival with a bark two young ladies ran out to meet us, with big smiles and insisted on carrying our bags. That is where the good part of this stay ended. We had booked a Bedroom with a large Bed ( I had requested a King bed ) At check in the lady stated she was going to give our room to another guest and told us she would give us 2 x Single beds pushed together - NOT ACCEPTABLE. She did eventually agree to give us the room we had booked and were paying for! Room # 304 SMELT MUSTY & DAMP - It was unpleasant and most likely very UNHEALTHY to stay in. The sink in the Bathroom did NOT DRAIN AWAY. The Toilet leaked water right across the Bathroom floor. The Internet was CRAP - Connect & Disconnect, Up and Down, Slow and Freezing The house cleaning maid had left Someone else's OLD SOAP on the RIM of the BATH ( photo supplied ) The bath was Dirty ( has not been cleaned ) Everything felt Grubby and Dirty in the room. Mosquito nets are damaged with gaping holes. Breakfast was adequate the next morning. Mekong views were just average. What else can I say - best book somewhere different. It may have been wow 2 or 3 years ago - but obviously standards have been allowed to slip......
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FromUS$21
4.8/510 Reviews
Let me tell you a story: We disembark from the local bus at Tesco, the BIG grocery/everything market in town, and our pick-up point for our next guesthouse. Coincidentally, we are 5 people waiting in the parking lot, for the same guesthouse pick-up! Our host shows up, laughs and succeeds in squeezing us, and all our gear, into the back of her SUV, and away we go, bumping down the dusty farm roads. We pull into this brightly-coloured little compound, 5 pastel-tinted houses all in a row, in the middle of a rubber tree plantation, surrounded by vegetable gardens, and within sight of the Thai-Laos Friendship bridge. It's a little corner of paradise that you wouldn;t otherwise know exists, even though ever boat cruising down the Mekong passes right by. Our host, Phrajan Dtemduaang (which stands for full moon), lets us pick a colour of house(I jump on the purple one!), offers us a tasty lunch of spicy minced pork and green beans with steamed rice, and tells us she will make us dinner too, asking if we like Pad Thai, green curry, and pumpkin. Finding these option all delicious, we agree and decide to take a walk through the dried-out rice fields and rubber trees. A haze rises over the mountains across the Mekong river, the farmers of Laos are burning their fields this evening. The sun sets just as we are returning to the cute little compound for the evening. Our fellow guests from the bus and Tesco parking lot join us, and we sit around the large table in the yard, while our host parades platter after platter of food from her home, just next door, to us. It turns out, when she mentioned the "options" for dinner, it wasn't a choice - she was listing off the dishes she wanted to prepare for us! So for dinner, we devour green pork curry, pumpkin sauteed with egg, stir-fried chicken, pad thai with shrimp AND steamed rice, with a plate of fresh fruit to finish off the meal. ------------------ With the only down side being its distance from town, there is no good reason why you SHOULDN'T stay here. The bungalows are small, but perfectly furrnished. The bed is big and comfortable, the aircon excellent, and there is a TV, WiFi, room for clothing storage, a table and 2 chairs, but you won't spend much time inside. The bathroom is big and spotlessly clean and the water pressure for a place in the middle of nowhere is excellent. If you are coming with a rental car, there is room to park inside the compound, and if you are traveling in by bus, Phrajan will gladly arrange a pick-up for you, likely at the Tesco in town where the bus stops. But the real selling point of this place, if you haven't already guessed, is Phrajan herself. She is lovely and cheerful, chatty and welcoming. She cooks up a storm, and makes the most delicious food - she has promised to teach me the next time I return to Panna Kalong. She buzzes around the property at high speed, making sure everyone has everything they need, often followed by her two small dogs in sweaters.
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FromUS$9