Mae Hong Son 58130
Location:Mae Hong Son, Pai
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Bura Lumpai Resort a luxury boutique resort in the charming valley of Pai. Bura Lumpai is a luxury resort in the alluring valley of Pai, offering guests a refreshing experience of natural harmony and tranquility. Located just outside the town centre on the peaceful banks of the Pai River.
The resort offers breathtaking views across the rice field and lush mountains and is within easy walking distance of the Wawee coffee shop and the historical Japanese bridge. Bura Lumpai currently offers Pai's first luxury camping quarters, set above a sandy beach fringing the river and surrounded by the sounds of nature. Coming soon...Nine luxury villas overlooking a wide freshwater dam.
Stayed 6 nights in early June 2011. Low season so good rate for hotel but the hotel grounds were poorly maintained and the pool not maintained at all so not usable for the duration of our stay. Hotel room was poor standard of cleanliness and cleaning service of room well below expectations. Location of hotel was fine but own transport is definitely required if you want to stay at this place. Hotel food only average but have to say very cheap. The bathroom was an Entymologist s dream world. It only had half a roof and the number and variety of visiting insects after sundown, especially on a wet evening defied belief. I ve spent almost 2 years of my life living in Thailand on and off and it is my favourite country in the world and I m fortunate enough to have travelled very widely. However, this bathroom almost put me off for life. Most Europeans or indeed most people from developed countries would really struggle to accept such a bathroom. Being with my Thai fiancee did make up for all the hotel s shortcomings but it was in fact her who complained to the management about the state of the hotel room and Thai people normally do not complain. Cannot recommend; even to local Thais who are more used to flying insects than I am. I would not consider going back to this place but would certainly go back to Pai.
I expected the hotel to be located in Pai itself, but it was located about 10 kilometers outside of town. To us that was important, but was also the only negative about the hotel. Very nice bungalows, friendly service and willing to do something extra.
Bura Lumpai Resort is in a quiet romantic spot about 8kms outside Pai so transport is essential. Motorbike rental from Pai is easy. Hotel staff very pleasant
I travel 3 to 4 times a year to Thailand
is a luxury resort in the alluring valley of Pai, offering guests a
rejuvenating experience of natural harmony and tranquility. Located
just outside the town centre on the peaceful banks of the Pai River,
the resort offers breathtaking views across the rice paddies and
lush mountains and is within easy walking distance of the Wawee
coffee shop and the historical Japanese bridge. Bura Lumpai
currently offers Pai's first luxury camping quarters, set above a
sandy beach fringing the river and surrounded by the sounds of
nature. Coming soon...Nine luxury villas overlooking a wide
Bura Lumpai resort offers a choice of luxury Villas "Pai Hip".
Each of luxurious guest villas designed to offer stylish
accommodation with an expansive balcony area over the free form, man
made and swimming pool.
This stylish restaurant
is set in the heart of rice paddies stretching as far as the eye can
see. Along with a scenic mountain backdrop and the Pai River
flowing gently by, this is a one spectacular place to enjoy a meal.
Whether it's Thai, Chinese, Japanese or an International flare you are craving, the choices are abundant. Some of the chef recommended dishes include: Deep Fried Tubtim Fish in Fruit Sauce, Ebiko Maki Samol Teriyaki, Mussel Rockefeller, Pork Chop with Papaya Salad and Spicy Fish Salad.
All guests of Bura Lumpai Resort receive a complimentary breakfast here - American or Thai style. Watching the morning mist and fog rise in this serene and natural milieu, makes for a truly amazing start to the day.
Bura Lumpai Pai is Located next to the Pai Bridge. It's 9 km.
away from the Pai Town.