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Sala Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels

Sala Ayutthaya

9/2 Moo 4, U-Thong Road, Pratu Chai, Ayutthaya - Map
4.8 out of 5 (42 reviews)
Krungsri River Hotel - Ayutthaya Hotels

Krungsri River Hotel

27/2 Moo.11 Rojchana Rd., Ayutthaya - Map
3.4 out of 5 (16 reviews)
Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments, Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels

Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments, Ayutthaya

210-211, 148 Moo 5 Rojana Road, Ayutthaya - Map
4.3 out of 5 (57 reviews)
Kantary Hotel and Serviced Apartments, Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels

Kantary Hotel and Serviced Apartments, Ayutthaya

168 Moo 1, Rojana Road, Tanu, U-Thai, Ayutthaya - Map
4.4 out of 5 (66 reviews)
Ayothaya Riverside Hotel Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels

Ayothaya Riverside Hotel Ayutthaya

91/1 Moo 10, Wat Pako Road, Ayutthaya - Map
3.0 out of 5 (23 reviews)
Baan Are Gong Riverside Homestay - Ayutthaya Hotels

Baan Are Gong Riverside Homestay

48 Moo.10 Tambon Kramang, Ayutthaya - Map
Ayothaya Hotel - Ayutthaya Hotels

Ayothaya Hotel

12 Moo 4 Tessabarn Sai 2 Road, Ayutthaya - Map
3.4 out of 5 (77 reviews)
Grandparent's Home - Ayutthaya Hotels

Grandparent's Home

19/40 Naresuan Rd., T.Pratuchai, Ayutthaya - Map
4.2 out of 5 (25 reviews)
Woraburi Ayothaya Convention Resort - Ayutthaya Hotels

Woraburi Ayothaya Convention Resort

89 M.11 Watkluay Road, T.Kamang, Ayutthaya - Map
3.3 out of 5 (15 reviews)
The Park Ayutthaya - Ayutthaya Hotels

The Park Ayutthaya

23/28 Moo 3 Nareasuan Rd, Ayutthaya - Map
4.0 out of 5 (35 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Ayuthaya

    The Siamese Kingdom may be long gone, but Ayutthaya remains a capital city in the heart of many Thais. Its proximity to Bangkok keeps it popular but it stands on its own feet as a destination brimming with culture and historical significance. Ayutthaya was built to be the seat of Siam, with prestige and location that saw it become the most populous city in the world at the beginning of the 18th century. What remains of that metropolis may be minimal, but it is more than enough. Book an Ayutthaya hotel and see why this region was once the heart of Thailand.

    Before it was ransacked by the invading Burmese army in 1767, Ayutthaya’s position between the trading routes of India, China and Malaysia proved helpful to the nation’s prosperity. It sits at the join of three separate rivers, which also means it technically occupies an island – but don’t expect beaches and surf!

    What you can count on is to be pulled in by the ruins of the former city still standing on many sites, collectively declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Ayutthaya’s largest temple, is the most prominent and was housed within the royal palace. Many of the stupas (chedi) have been restored. At Wat Phra Mahathat you’ll find rows of headless Buddha statues and can even see one of the statue’s faces protruding from the lower roots of a tree.

    The Ayutthaya Historical Park is covered with similar sites in various states of decay. If you plan to visit many, you’ll need more than one day or a driver or guide to recommend attractions and take you from one place to another. There is a good chance you will be approached by someone offering such services before you start looking. Don’t be afraid to bargain.

    It isn’t all serious history and quiet sightseeing in Ayutthaya, however. You can keep getting your fix of simple but delicious Thai food, whether it’s boat noodles or vegetarian dishes, or take in a bit of the nightlife, which is subdued but has an intimate atmosphere that can’t be found in big cities.

    Some national festivals take on an extra aura here, especially if you happen to be in Ayutthaya for November’s Loi Krathong – Thailand’s festival of lights. The Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Crafts Centre is spectacularly lit as beautiful floral arrangements float down the Chao Phraya River, often with royal patronage. One event Ayutthaya has all to itself is its World Heritage Site Celebrations, when exhibitions, traditional performances, and presentations add extra beauty to ruins around the city.

    So wot are you waiting for? You haven’t really travelled to Thailand until you’ve visited its past, and there is no better way than with an Ayutthaya hotel and flight to Bangkok for our selection!