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Ananta River Hills Resort

270 Moo 2 Tha Kradan Kanchanaburi, Si Sawat 71250 Thailand
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#3 of 13 Speciality lodging in Si Sawat
The resort was founded in 2010 with 5 floating villas. The villas were well know "The Paradise on Earth" All villas were named by fish living in the dam. Imagine yourself in paradise, floating on clear water and surrounded by mountain. Each villa features private balcony and pier where you can relax with the beautiful scenery
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Breakfast available
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David G wrote a review Jan 2020
346 contributions25 helpful votes
Having returned on several occasions and still yearning to return for more, I am obligated to share my personal experiences and how much I enjoyed my visits. Ananta is a very unique resort that has a perfect location with a sprawling view of the dam that stretches from one far end to another. This particular spot is at the restaurant where u can enjoy a wonderful lunch , seated with both legs dangling from a special opening on flooring and right above the lake full of friendly giant fishes swimming right below the glass table top. The food and services were highly commendable especially the fried spicy herbal wild boar which is to die for . I highly recommend for family or company outings and it’s just a stone throw away from the town of Kanchanaburi. Looking forward to my next visit . David G
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Glenz T wrote a review Oct 2018
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We stayed at the resort for the weekend with my colleagues. The place is beautiful and well maintained. We had so much fun playing with the inflatables and as far as safety is concerned I have nothing to complain. They also have kayaks that you can use at your disposal. The breakfast buffet offers a variety of options though i hope they can provide more options for vegetarian meals. They only have one vegetarian dish and a salad bar. Nevertheless we had so much fun. Thank you to the resort’s management😍
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Jalive11 wrote a review Sep 2018
Revere, Massachusetts37 contributions26 helpful votes
The resort is unique in that most of it is floating on or built above the river. This certainly adds some fun to accommodations that would otherwise be questionable. The rooms are built out of lacquered plywood but have AC and otherwise comfortable beds, etc. The rest of the floating room offered direct access tot he river and outstanding views of the river and surrounding hills. We had 4 bathrooms on our float and water continuously leaked onto the floor from the toilets. I also suspect the showers drain directly into the river as I could see the river through the missing drain cap. The river itself was refreshing and although no one got sick to my knowledge, the cleanliness and safety of the water was always at the back of my mind. With that said, the kids had fun running around on the floating walkways and trying to use some of the inflatables which were old and often dangerous. Avoid them and it can still be fun. The small floating but separate water park offered a cleaner water experience. Make sure you wear sandals everywhere as loose boards and nails can make for an interesting walk to the restaurant. The food was excellent but the highlight to me were the glass tables at dinner. You sit on the floor with a glass table over an opening where your feet dangle above the river. From there you can feed the fish and feel the splash on your legs! They do have offer an experience where everyone sits on a very uncomfortable make-shift rafts and tow you into the middle of the river. Some jumped in while most of us just sat burning up in the hot evening sun for what seemed to be too long. Apparently a fun experience for the rowdy college age kids but not very family friendly. A welcome stay for one night but westerners not used to Thai standards might be disappointed or even disturbed. This is primarily a destination visited by Thai people.
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Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Jeffry G wrote a review May 2018
Phoenix, Arizona81 contributions29 helpful votes
The setting for this resort is picturesque. Sits on a reservoir with towering mountains around. The "rooms" are on pontoons and you can swim directly from your own porch. That said, swimming is prohibited after 6 pm AND alarmingly signs are posted everywhere threatening a B2000 fine for the "crime" of not wearing a life vest. Aircon doesn't keep the room cool during daylight. WiFi was not television was often not receiving a signal. Staff are as aware of these issues as they simply shrug when mentioned. This is a resort geared towards Thai people. Both days I was the only westerner on the property.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Pete and Lek E wrote a review Apr 2018
Hervey Bay, Australia143 contributions96 helpful votes
They say first impressions are important so why not present the room appropriately? It was clean and large BUT No Water, No cups/glasses, No tea/coffee facilities, not even some soap :( The fridge had someones frozen bits stuck to the walls of the freezer and the TV requires a technical genius to operate. the shower was a classic...turn it on and spray the opposite wall, toilet and small toilet roll at the same time. Could not face it down at all. :( The walk to the room was long, in the heat and on a quite uneven floating boardwalk with protruding screws and loose planks. It took several approaches to staff before we received some water and even more to get a couple of glasses. We had to buy water initially. The life jackets that they supply are old tatty and many are just unwearable. BE WARNED, they will try to charge you 2000bt if they catch you without the vest. I was a little concerned about swimming at the resort after seeing suds coming out from under the floating room when the wife had a shower....what else flows directly into the water???? This place charges 4400bt per night and it is definitely not good value. If you have kids they will have a blast but that sadly is where it ends. This property has so much potential, a little money, TLC, maintenance combined with good management and they could have a winner. Until then you should not get your hopes up too high :( The Restaurant was great but only if you book early and order your food at that time. Its a bit slow otherwise. Breakfast (Thai style) is free and very good :)
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Date of stay: April 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Out on the water if you want peace but quite a walk.
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ThailandKanchanaburi ProvinceSi Sawat
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ananta River Hills Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Ananta River Hills Resort?
Nearby attractions include Erawan Waterfalls (5.8 km), Pha Tad Waterfall (7.2 km), and Khuean Srinagarindra National Park (1.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ananta River Hills Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Ananta River Hills Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Ananta River Hills Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ananta River Hills Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ruen Tara, Baan Tonn Naam coffee&restaurant, and Khaesaet.
Does Ananta River Hills Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.