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Located in Phrae, this charming hotel is surrounded by a tropical garden and offers massage services and rooms with a private balcony. Free Wi-Fi and free private parking are available...
4 star hotel
Huern na na Boutique Hotel provides free round-trip transfers from Phrae Bus Station and Phrae Airport. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a balcony and free Wi-Fi...
Set amidst the lush greenery, Ruen Kaew Resort boasts cosy accommodation and sheep-herding fields. It offers an on-site restaurant and free Wi-Fi for guests...
Tucked just off the main road, this flagrant teak compound has mostly small rooms and hard beds, but the service is friendly and it has heaps of character.
Opened in 2012, it didn't take long for this Lanna-style compound to become Phrae's most sophisticated hotel. Rooms are spacious and come decked out in both contemporary and northern Thai-style themes...
Opposite the bus terminal, Phrae's top-end staple has all the modern amenities – carpeted rooms with cable TV and a pool – in a somewhat aged package. Discounts of up to 30% are typical during the low season.
Being the closest accommodation to the old city has made this large hotel the most popular, but not necessarily the best budget option...
A large business-class hotel, Nakhon Phrae Tower lies just outside the old city. Expect the usual bland-but-functional amenities of a provincial Thai hotel of this price range.
The vast rooms here are outfitted with appropriately huge TVs and fridges; the more expensive rooms pack in even more furniture. Nana is on the tiny side street labelled Charoenmeuang Alley; look for the yellow sign.
A decent budget choice a short walk from the bus terminal. The fan-cooled rooms here have private balconies.
Although it's a bit of a hike from the old town, this boutique hotel is the best all-around choice in Phrae. The rooms are attractive, modern and comfortable, and all have balconies overlooking the hotel's garden...
This enterprising local language teacher has opened up her vast wooden house to foreign guests. The six rooms are simply furnished and share a bathroom and a rambling vegetarian restaurant.
These very basic rooms with cold-water showers, some of which come with Western toilets, are a reasonable choice for baht-pinching travellers.
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