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Travelling to Ayutthaya and looking for the best hotels Ayutthaya has to suit your needs?

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Ayutthaya is located just 85 kilometres north of Bangkok and has amazing historical temple ruins and a rich colourful heritage.

It’s worth spending a couple of nights here so you can take in all the sights and see a different part of Thailand away from the beaches.

There’s a great range of affordable hotels in Ayutthaya with some excellent options within easy reach of the historical park.

We especially love that you can choose from a beautiful luxury Ayutthaya hotel or from more affordable, budget Ayutthaya hotels.

In this Ayutthaya blog post, we have put together a list of the top 10 hotels in Ayutthaya Thailand for different tastes and budgets. And you’re sure to find your personal best hotel in Ayutthaya Thailand here.

At the end, you’ll find a map of all the best places to stay.

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Comparison Chart Of The Best Ayutthaya Hotels

In this table, you’ll find a comparison of all the top choices for the best hotel in Ayutthaya.

Sala AyutthayaA small luxury hotel with a rooftop bar, pool, and restaurant.$$$CLICK HERE!
iUdia HotelA contemporary hotel with a pool and temple views. Close to the historical park.$$$CLICK HERE!
Kantary Hotel A modern full-service hotel with buffet breakfast, a pool, and Jacuzzi$$$CLICK HERE!
Baan Luang HarnAn affordable option with lots of added extras.$$CLICK HERE!
Classic Kameo HotelAn apartment hotel with a pool, sauna, and fitness centre.$$$CLICK HERE!
Phuttal ResidenceTraditional Thai style accommodation with a freshly cooked breakfast.$$$CLICK HERE!
Baan Thai HouseAffordable resort style accommodation in a tropical setting. Offers Thai massage.$$CLICK HERE!
Baan Tye Wang HotelA small family run hotel with a garden and outdoor rain showers.$$CLICK HERE!
P.U. Inn ResortA budget option with a pool that's popular with families.$CLICK HERE!
Niwas AyutthayaA budget hotel with a garden and communal areas. Ideal for backpackers.$CLICK HERE!

Hotels Ayutthaya: Top 10 List

1) Sala Ayutthaya 


If you’re looking for luxury Ayutthaya accommodation, then the Sala Ayutthaya hotel is just what you’re looking for.

Overlooking the Chao Phraya River, this is a fantastic hotel for travellers who want a modern hotel with beautiful views.

The 26 rooms have a sleek minimalist design where you can relax in air-conditioned comfort while wearing the bathrobe and slippers the hotel provides.

There are stylish standard double rooms as well as rooms with a river view and terrace to choose from. There’s also a luxury 2-level riverfront duplex that’s ideal if you’re travelling with family or friends. And for the ultimate in luxury, we recommend the one-bedroom pool suite.

A highlight of the hotel is the Sala Ayutthaya Restaurant that offers tables right along the river with stunning views and a relaxing atmosphere. There’s also a lovely rooftop bar with captivating views that’s perfect for pre-dinner drinks.

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Hotel Sala Ayutthaya also features an outdoor pool, art gallery, free Wifi throughout the property, luggage storage and laundry facilities.

The hotel sits opposite the famous Wat Phutthaisawan and is less than two kilometres from all the must-see Ayuttaya attractions.

Best Things?

The sleek modern design and fabulous river views.

Worst Things?

The pool is on the small side.


A small luxury hotel with a pool and riverside restaurant and rooftop bar that’s particularly suited to couples. This is the best accommodation Ayutthaya has for you to choose from.

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2) iuDia Hotel Ayutthaya


If you’re looking for the best hotel Ayutthaya Thailand has that’s close to the ancient ruins, then iuDia on the river hotel is a perfect choice.

Located amongst the historic ruins this tastefully decorated boutique hotel in Ayutthaya has fairy tale temple views.

There are 13 elegantly furnished rooms and you can choose from suites, courtyard, poolside or river view rooms.

The rooms are huge and have flat-screen TVs and DVD players, a minibar, air conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities.

One of the best things about iuDia is the fantastic pool. Surrounded by lush gardens it has spectacular views of the river and historical park where you can see the stupas and temples lit up at night.

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This delightful hotel is located in a quiet area close to restaurants and roadside bars. There’s an onsite cafe, free Wifi, and complimentary pushbikes are available for guest use.

Best Things?

The pool and gardens, great views, and big rooms.

Worst Things?

The iuDia hotel is not within walking distance of the town centre.


A contemporary Ayutthaya boutique hotel with a pool and temple views. A great choice if you are looking for accommodation in Ayutthaya that’s close to the historical park.

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3) Kantary Hotel Ayutthaya Review

Kantary Ayutthaya is a great hotel for travellers who want a full-service hotel with excellent facilities.

Part of the Kantary Hotel & Serviced Apartment Group, this contemporary hotel has a fitness centre, a sauna and steam room, and a fabulous rooftop pool and jacuzzi.

The hotel also provides room service, 24-hour front desk reception, a restaurant and cafe and on-site parking.

With its complete in-room amenities this top Ayutthaya accommodation is more like an apartment than a hotel room. The spacious air-conditioned rooms offer a living area with a flat-screen TV and DVD player, a private bathroom with a bathtub, and a kitchenette with a stovetop and fridge.

Some rooms even have a washing machine.

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If you’re looking for the best hotels Ayutthaya for families, then the Kantary’s two-bedroom suites are a top option. Sleeping up to 6 people the suites feature ensuite bathrooms with walk-in shower and separate bath and a fully equipped kitchen.

Guests at the Kantary Resort Ayutthaya can enjoy a sumptuous buffet breakfast with a variety of options as well as complimentary tea and coffee in the reading room.

Best Things?

The rooftop pool and jacuzzi and in-room kitchen.

Worst Things?

Although parking is available it’s limited. The hotel is some distance from the main tourist attractions.


The Ayutthaya Kantary Hotel is a fantastic hotel for those looking for a modern full-service hotel with buffet breakfast.

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4) Baan Luang Harn


If you’re travelling on a budget and looking for cheap hotels in Ayutthaya then Baan Luang Harn is a top pick.

This gorgeous Ayutthaya boutique hotel offers all the trimmings at an affordable price. Here you can enjoy a well-maintained swimming pool, room service, free parking, and complimentary Wifi throughout the property.

The basic but well-presented bungalow style accommodation is surrounded by a pretty lotus pond. Each room comes with a balcony, bar fridge, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, air conditioning, and a desk. Hairdryers are provided in the private bathrooms.

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A hearty breakfast is served in a tranquil setting and is a perfect way to start a day of sightseeing.

Restaurants, convenience stores, and major tourist sites are within easy distance of the hotel.

Best Things?

The lovely tranquil setting and attentive staff.

Worst Things?

The rooms and pool are small.


Baan Luang Harn is an excellent choice for travellers wanting affordable accommodation in Ayutthaya Thailand with lots of added extras.

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5) Classic Kameo Ayutthaya

The Classic Kameo Hotel offers a mix of hotel and holiday apartment-style accommodation. Guests can choose from modern deluxe rooms, studio, and one-bedroom suites.

Rooms at Kameo Ayutthaya come with a balcony, air-conditioning, and a kitchenette with a fridge and microwave oven. Other in-room amenities include a seating area, flat-screen cable television, safety deposit box and an ensuite with a bathtub.

Some rooms have a washing machine.

This value-for-money hotel features an outdoor pool with lounges and towel service, a fitness centre and sauna, free Wifi and complimentary private parking, a laundry service and a 24-hour front desk.

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Hotel Classic Kameo Ayutthaya is less than a 10-minute Tuk Tuk ride to the historic park, and convenience stores are just a short walk away.

The hotel has an onsite Chinese restaurant and guests can start their day with a filling buffet breakfast.

Best Things?

The kitchenettes are really convenient.

Worst Things?

Despite having kitchen amenities tea and coffee are not provided in the rooms.


The Kameo Hotel is a hybrid holiday apartment come hotel with a pool, sauna, and fitness centre that offers buffet breakfast and 24-hour front desk.

Click here for the latest price and to read more reviews of the Classic Kameo Hotel & Serviced Apartments Ayutthaya. 

6) Phuttal Residence 


If you’re looking for unique places to stay in Ayutthaya then Phuttal Residence could be for you!

This boutique hotel Ayutthaya is an oasis of tranquillity set amongst lush gardens on the Ayutthaya river Chao Praya. But it’s the traditional Thai house that really sets this accommodation apart.

The comfortable rooms are furnished with an eclectic mix of modern and traditional Thai decor. Each room has a balcony with garden views, air-conditioning, cable television, a fridge, and toiletries.

A freshly cooked breakfast is served in the peaceful garden and offers something different every day.

Free Wifi is available throughout the property and guests are welcome to use the complimentary bikes.

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The attentive owners of this delightful property go out of their way to make you feel like you’re staying at a friend’s house.

Phuttal Residence is within walking distance of shops and the Reclining Buddha is just 1 kilometre away.

Best Things?

The traditional Thai accommodation, tranquil setting, and attention to detail.

Worst Things?

It doesn’t have a pool, but to be honest I think this would upset the peaceful atmosphere.


Traditional Thai style accommodation in a tranquil setting with attentive staff and a freshly cooked (not buffet) breakfast.

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7) Baan Thai House Ayutthaya


Baan Thai House offers resort-style accommodation at a hard to beat price. And if you’re in search of an Ayutthaya retreat hotel this is an excellent choice.

Nestled amongst tropical landscaped gardens the hotel features a tranquil lagoon and spa services. Guests can choose from Thai traditional massage and aromatherapy with imported essential oils. Just perfect after a day cycling amongst the temple ruins.

Baan Thai Resort has 12 individually themed villas with wooden balconies overlooking the lagoon and lavish gardens. Room amenities include a minibar, cable television, tea and coffee making facilities, and free Wifi.

There’s a family room with a king-size bed and two singles available.

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The hotel has a well-maintained pool and a restaurant serving simple but tasty dishes.

Baan Thai House is located outside of the town centre and offers a free shuttle service.

Best Things?

The beautiful villas and lush tropical setting, and the top-notch service.

Worst Things?

It’s a bit far from town so you’ll either have to take tuk-tuks or use your own vehicle.


Baan Thai House offers affordable resort-style accommodation in a tropical setting. This is one of the best hotels in Ayutthaya Thailand offering spa services.

Click here for the latest price and to read more reviews of Baan Thai House Ayutthaya. 

8) Baan Tye Wang Ayutthaya

Baan Tye Wang is a small family-run hotel that’s tucked away in a quiet area on the western side of town.

It has a lovely ambience with an inviting garden and lily pond where you can spot monitor lizards!

Accommodation is offered in a two-storey building with the ground floor rooms opening onto garden patios. A unique feature of the property are the secluded outdoor rain showers that add a touch of the exotic to the rooms.

The rooms are stylishly furnished and come with huge windows, air-conditioning, a mini-fridge and flat-screen TV, and free Wifi.

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Guests can enjoy a simple breakfast and evening meals can be arranged with advance notice.

The staff here are very attentive and can help with recommendations of where to eat and organise onward travel.

Best Things?

The outdoor rain showers are fun and offer something different to experience.

Worst Things?

There isn’t a pool, and at this price I think there are other options offering more value for your money.


A small family-run hotel with a garden and outdoor rain showers.

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9) P.U. Inn Resort Ayutthaya


With its central yet quiet location and terrific pool P.U. Inn Resort is a great budget option.

Hidden at the end of a tiny soi the hotel is close to restaurants, bars, and cafes, as well as the famous Ayutthaya Thailand, ruins.

This is one of the best hotels Ayutthaya has for families travelling on a budget, with both triple and family rooms available.

The pool area is visible from the terrace and ground floor rooms making supervision easy and floating pool toys are available for use.

The colourful guest rooms are a good size and offer air-conditioning, a fridge, flat-screen cable television, and free Wifi.

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This small family-run hotel also features a restaurant, a tour desk, and free parking.

Best Things?

The huge well-maintained pool and the quiet but central location that’s close to cafes, bars, and restaurants.

Worst Things?

This is a simple hotel so don’t expect anything fancy.


This is an excellent budget option in a central location with a pool that’s particularly suited to families.

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10) Niwas Ayutthaya


Niwas Ayutthaya Hotel is another popular budget option in Ayutthaya Province.

This affordable hotel in the historic city of Ayutthaya is conveniently located close to eateries and the fabulous night market. Wat Mahathat is just a 10-minute walk away.

Accommodation is in either simple rooms with a balcony or private bungalows. Some rooms have separate external bathrooms so be careful when you’re booking. All bungalows have ensuite bathrooms.

Room amenities include air-conditioning, cable television, and free Wifi.

Bikes are available to get around or if you have your own transport there’s free parking.

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Niwas Ayutthaya features a beautifully landscaped garden that’s a perfect escape from the hectic city. Guests can also make use of the communal lounge with self-serve tea and coffee making facilities.

Best Things?

It’s affordable, close to plenty of eateries including the night market, and it has a lovely garden.

Worst Things?

The walls are thin making it a bit noisy at times.


This affordable hotel is ideal for backpackers who like their privacy with the option of socialising in the communal areas.

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Hotels In Ayutthaya Map

Here is a map of the best Ayutthaya Thailand hotels so you can see if the location is right for you.


I hope we’ve answered your question of where to stay in Ayutthaya.

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