Hotels with BBQ facilities in Rim Kok
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StayKtionRim Kok,Rim Kok - View on map
"The small hotel (only 4 rooms). Good location, it's close to Kok river. The room is quite big."
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StayKtion (riverside)Rim Kok,Rim Kok - View on map
Muang Kham Goldmine Garden ResortRim Kok,Rim Kok - View on map
"We are a couple with a young baby and we stayed about 4 nights at the Goldmine. It was a little tricky to find (but a call to the resort fixed that and we were rescued in person by the owner!). We loved our stay were made to feel part of the family and for sure would return. The owner is also an excellent chef and is happy to adapt his food to your taste. The Thai breakfast is legendary! Location is quite and would be good for hikers, cyclists etc Note: There was some construction going on (Dec 12) but this did not really impact our stay. A massive THANKS to all at the Goldmine for a wonderful stay!"
Na Na Doo HomestayRim Kok,Rim Kok - View on map
"we had a great stay at Nana Doo homestay. Moo sand Neng were kind and thoughtful hosts. they have us information about the city, helped book tours and motor scooters for the day. They also gave us rides into town (since you are out of the city center) when they were headed in. It was a good mix of quiet, comfortable, and relaxing around the pool and easy to get into to town. would definitely stay again."
River Rai ResidencesRim Kok,Rim Kok - View on map
"River Rai only has 5 rooms, all facing the river. Not all of staff speak English well, but they go out of the way to satisfy your needs. One of them even took her motorbike, drove to the local market, and bought something we were searching for! The owner Greg, a Singaporean, greeted us with a tour of the property. You can tell he is very proud of it, and he should be. One issue was all the bugs and mosquitoes. It's hard to minimize them since the hotel is sitting on fertile land beside a huge river. Just be careful where you step. The tiles beside the pool can get very slippery when wet. I slipped and injured myself. Inside our (humongous) suite, bugs weren't a problem. Large floor-to-ceiling windows. The open interior brings in a lot of natural light, but without a divider between the living room and bathroom can be a hassle. When you're showering or using the toilet, you have to close not only the curtains in the bathroom but also the ones in the living room. The bed was very comfortable. The weird thing was that the blanket was only a duvet cover with no duvet/blanket inside it. The room does come with a throw towel in the closet/storage area. It wasn't a big deal because we didn't turn the A/C on very high anyway, but that was odd. Reminds me of Sri Lanka. Some of the furniture looked cheap, as if by an amateur carpenter. Staff explained that there isn't enough hot water to actually fill the bathtub, so we would have to boil additional water. Very strange, but we didn't use the tub anyway, as beautiful as it was. Very little counter space where the sinks are. Why not shift the tub and extend the sink area? Overall, the rooms are beautiful. The best part really is the staff. They remembered that it was my anniversary with my girlfriend, so they delivered a plate of beautiful desserts! Plus the welcome drink and fresh coconuts. We so wished we had more time in Chiang Rai to really enjoy River Rai and their top notch level of hospitality. And we missed the spa!"