The Hub Erawan Resort Accommodation near Erawan Waterfall.We have 2 types of accommodation: bungalows and rafts. Stay by the river.You will truly enjoy your stay.
In addition, we also offer Thai massage and rafting to the Erawan Waterfall as well.
I'm glad that we stayed at the hotel off the season - at the time when it wasn't so crowded. There is a lot of trees and grass everywhere, and the atmosphere is supported by nice signs. I felt like in some expensive well-maintained hotel, even though this was not the specific case. Obviously, the place offers few services, but we just slept in our room and used the restaurant for dinner. I appreciated a fact that it's possible to take drinking water, coffee, or tea from buffet for free, similar is it is with breakfast. For breakfast, you can find in the restaurant sunny side up eggs prepared in funny shapes, such as heart, star, etc.
Poor facilities, tired rooms and untidy garden areas, swimming pool was dreadful and we wouldn't swim anywhere near it. Breakfast was really poor (toast or omelette) with little choice and no fresh milk. Can get a boat trip to Erawan waterfalls which is pleasant but that was the only redeeming factor I'm afraid. Had to pay extra for a bed for my 11 year old despite an empty hotel.
If you plan to visit Erawan Waterfall, this resort is a great choice. The resort provides transport to waterfall via raft which you can view the scenery along the river before arriving at the waterfall wharf. Keep in mind that this resort is near the waterfall but far from the city. If you don’t mind having meals at the resort or a drive to restaurants then this place is perfect.
Nice resort in spacious grounds with a choice of bungalows or rafts.After are last experience on a raft we took bungalows. Very good king size beds with facilities in rooms. Restaurant food rather limited with choice of buffet dinner at 150 baht or order from menu. Nice swimming pool. The views from restaurant extension are spectacular.
This place was beautiful and the staff were very friendly but during our stay it catered mostly to large tour groups who were generally rude to us and the staff. It was good that we mostly were around only to sleep. The rooms were clean and the “Tarzan 3” has a very private balcony. It was located near the kitchen so for a while after diner hour it was noisy as the staff cleaned up. I didn’t get a chance to see the other rooms so I can’t comment on them. The food at the restaurant was obviously made bland to appeal to these tour groups.