|Summary of 10 reviews :|
|Enjoy nature and history at the
Pavilion Rim Kwai resort, with its beautifully landscaped gardens on the
banks of the River Kwai Valley.
Halfway between Kanchanaburi Town and the Erawan Waterfall; one of Thailands most beautiful National Parks, the resort is just over 2 hours drive from Bangkok and minutes from Kanchanaburi Town. The resort lies right on River Kwai itself and is in close proximity to the famous Bridge on the River Kwai.
|194 rooms are nestled amongst lush greenery. The rooms are elegantly
decorated and appointed with all modern facilities. Each has a private
balcony with breathtaking views of the mountains and the river. Pavilion
Rim Kwai resort is comprised of 2 wings, these wings share 2 large free
form swimming pools with islands and a cascading waterfall to keep your
activities more enjoyable.
All rooms at Pavilion Rim Kwai come with air-conditioning with individual control, colour television with satellite channels, fully stocked mini-bar, private balcony or terrace, spacious bathroom with separate bathtub and shower room, telephone, room service, laundry and dry cleaning.
|Exterior||Superior Room||Executive Suite|
|Swimming Pool||Sundeck||Excursion/Tour arrangement|
With its terrace overlooking the garden and the river, Rabieng-Thong Restaurant is the best venue for a romantic and quiet diner, featuring international and Thai cuisine. This main restaurant also serves breakfast and lunch. Both indoor and outdoor areas are available.
Specially designed for large private parties - with up to 100 seats - this air-conditioned restaurant offers a magnificent view over the waterfall and the pond. Thahn-Ngern Restaurant accepts special requests for group dining.
Pavilion Pub/ Karaoke Lounge
The ideal place to gather with your friends and enjoy refreshing drinks, exotic cocktails and light snacks in a casual, laid back atmosphere.
Pool Side Pavilion
Refresh yourself with a cool drink while relaxing by the pool. An ideal place to unwind.
|Meeting Room||Lobby area||Located near the Kwai River|
Kanchanaburi is an extended
province that borders Myanmar to the west, surrounded with national
parks, rivers, dams and magnificent scenery. The terrain of
Kanchanaburi is comprised mainly of mountains and high plains. The
range is the source of Kanchanaburi's two most important rivers;
Kwai Noi and Kwai Yai. As a result, several of Thailands largest
waterfalls and most extensive wildlife sanctuaries are found in this area.