|Ayutthaya Land and Nature
Ayutthaya sits in the middle of the central plains, on the fertile delta of the Chao Phraya River. Four major rivers, the Chao Phraya, Pa Sak, Noi, and Lop Buri Rivers encircle and nourish it. The City lsle, the heart of the province, is surrounded by the former three rivers. The web of waterways around and throughout the whole islet brought its nickname "Venice of the Orient" by western visitors
"Ayothaya Riverside Hotel" overlooks Pasak River and is surrounded by natural beauty and pictorial atmosphere of Ayothaya. The central province which has been declared a city of world heritage.
"Ayothaya Riverside Hotel" is situated across The Railway Station. The eight storey hotel is decorated in contemporary Thai style, all 102 guest rooms are fully air condition and wall to wall carpeting.
|69 Superior Room||43 Deluxe Room||5 Executive Suites|
|Kinnaree Room (Karaoke) :
With Music & Entertainment, serving
Thai and International cuisine.
- From 07.00 a.m. to 01.00 a.m.
Pae Ayothaya (Floating Restaurant 100 seats) : Overlooking Pasak River, serving authentic Thai food and famous Ayothaya river prawn, open for
- Lunch 11.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m.
- Dinner 05.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.
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The ancient city of Ayutthaya, formally designated Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya was the Thai capital city for 417 years ago, and is one of Thailand's major tourist attractions. Ayutthaya province is relatively small at 2,557 sq.km. and is easily accessible due to good road, rail and river connections and its proximity to Bangkok, Straddling the Chao Phraya River, the nation's principal waterway, the province is extremely important, as it was the Siamese capital for four centuries. The city of Ayutthaya is 76 km. north of Bangkok and boasts numerous magnificent ruins from its days as the capital. Just to the south, in perfect condition, stands the royal palace of Bang Pa-In set in splendid gardens. The province is also noted for H.M. the Queen's Bang Sai Arts and Crafts Centre.
Many ancient ruins and art works can be seen in a city that was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong when the Thais were forced southwards by northern neighbors. During the period when Ayutthaya was capital, 33 kings and several dynasties ruled the kingdom, until the glittering city was sacked by the Burmese in 1767, ruined and abandoned.
|Interesting place to attraction|
|Ayothaya Riverside Hotel
overlooks Pasak River and is surrounded by
natural beauty and pastoral atmosphere of Ayutthaya. The central
province which has been declared a city of world heritage. Ayothaya
Riverside Hotel is situated across The Railway Station. The Hotel is
decorated in contemporary Thai style, all rooms are specially designed for guests to enjoy the
impressive scenery of the Pasak River,
the ruins of ancient Ayutthaya and the centre of the city.
By Road : 1 Hour from Bangkok International Airport, By bus room Morchit Bus Terminal and buses from Victory Monument and Future Park Rangsit Shopping Complex.
By Train : 1 Hour From Hualumpong or Don Mueang Railway Station.
By River : Chaophrya Boat, Oriental Queen Boat, Shangri-La Boat and River Sun cruise Boat.