Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort & Spa
Why We Love This Hotel
Prosperity, Serenity, Romance: Sriwilai Sukhothai is built around these three pillars. Prosperity is emulated through the Lanna-style architecture and cultural nods to the Sukhothai era, the most prosperous in Thai history. Serenity is embedded in the peaceful natural surroundings, while romance is expressed in room design, the spa and the swimming pool area, inviting guests to unwind and reconnect.
Location: Sriwilai is a perfect jumping off point for exploring Sukhothai Historical Park, yet far enough away from the tourist sites to feel like a secret countryside retreat - the best of both worlds.
Sustainability: Both environmental and community iniatives are in place at this green resort, including solar energy, a waste water system, zero chlorine and ECOsmarte systems for swimming pools, as well as sourcing ingredients, textiles and pottery from local producers.
- Sukhothai, Thailand
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- Urban Retreat
- Outdoor Pool
- Poolside Bar
Superior Rooms are inspired by the daily life of Thai farmers and as such, design is simple and charming, with traditional furnishings. Room amenities include a flat-screen satellite television, WiFi, air-conditioning, tea and coffee facilities, slippers and bathrobes.
Deluxe Rooms are similar in style and amenities to the entry-level Superior Rooms, but with the addition of a private balcony. Rooms can be configured with a double or twin beds, and the double bed includes romantic drapes.
There are just two Sriwilai Suites available, each comprised of an individual villa with a spacious bedroom, ensuite bathroom with a modern bathtub and a private balcony overlooking the lotus pond at the perfect vantage point for sunset.
The Soila Spa is a luxury space where guests can indulge in a wide selection of treatments and therapies. Some of the signature pamperings on offer include body massage, healing treatments, scrubs and wraps, facials and herbal steams.
The Rimna Infinity Pool is a prime place to relax, cool down with a dip and look out at the surrounding landscape. There is also a kids' pool for younger guests. Both have been designed with eco-friendly initiatives in mind, including ECOsmarte and zero-chlorine systems, ensuring the pools are safe for both guests and the environment.
The restaurant at Sriwilai Sukhothai Resort & Spa specializes in local Sukhothai cuisine, though there are some international dishes available for those craving home comforts. The elegant venue is located right next to the scenic lotus pond and a great place to chill out at the end of the day.
Rimna Pool Bar & Bistro
Light refreshments can be found at the casual Rimna Pool Bar & Bistro, such as small plates, snacks, tapas, cocktails, wines and fresh fruit juices.
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