Lotus Village


  • Helpful owners
  • Lovely grounds
  • Nearby market and ethnic restaurants
  • Massage


  • Shabby neighborhood
  • Long walk (at night through dark streets) to town
  • Ugly flood-protection walls block river views

Published 06/03/2016

Fodor's Review

French owner Michel Hermann has expanded his modest guesthouse into one of Sukhothai's finest resort hotels, adding a spa with massage rooms and a sauna. It's favored by visiting archaeologists, historians, and other academics, who feel at home in its cloistered but cozily comfortable ambience (the teak-built rooms, for instance, have no TVs, because peace and quiet are valued here above entertainment). Michel's Thai wife, Tan, is a talented jeweler whose creations are displayed and sold in a corner of the property where Sukhothai antiques and pottery are also exhibited. There's no restaurant, but snacks and salads can be rustled up on demand—une salade Niçoise is a guest favorite. The breakfasts are also French-influenced, with excellent coffee.

Hotel Information


170 Ratchathanee Rd., Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand

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Hotel Details:

  • 10 rooms
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 06/03/2016


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