If you’re looking for a family-friendly resort in Kanchanaburi, look no further than Sky Resort Kanchanaburi.
Close to some of Kanchanaburi's most popular landmarks, such as Wat Thawornwararam (0.3 mi) and Wat Thewa Sangkharam (0.4 mi), Sky Resort Kanchanaburi is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Sky Resort Kanchanaburi offer air conditioning and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and 24 hour security are some of the conveniences offered at this resort. A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Sky Resort Kanchanaburi, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Library Cafe', Mangosteen Cafe and Books, or Bicycle Cafe, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Sky Resort Kanchanaburi.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular history museum like War Museum, which is a short distance from the resort.
The staff at Sky Resort Kanchanaburi looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Sky Resort is a resort on the River Kwai. There are cafes and restaurants. It's inexpensive and delicious, has a nice atmosphere, has views overlooking the river and temple. Close to tourist attractions such as the Bridge over the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thai-Burma Railway Museum, and other places within the city that are easily accessible. good service staff.
Altho a cheap price, you would expect a little bit of service, staff are really rude, pool has a dirty looking film on top and i wasnt game to even dip my toes in it, tv never worked, asked about 20 times but still not working, breakfast was crap, no top sheet on bed... so overall the location is only OK, everything else is below average, i think better management could make this place thrive, but as it is... spend your money elsewhere
Booked this hotel because of the central location and the pictures of the hotel. Other reviews are totally accurate. There are 2 roads leading to the hotel, the one at the back of the hotel has a warning on the hotel gate of a menacing looking dog. Further up the road is the real thing , at least 6 dogs all barking and growling, very frightening. The room was dated and needed a deep clean. Patio window was filthy. The bathroom was ok apart from mould on the tiles. Would not bother with the mediocre breakfast, better in the village. There are some positives, electric shower was hot and powerful, air con noisy but effective and other food in the restaurant was lovely. Great view right on the river and the other road goes direct to bar street.
Was gutted. Turned up here and was met by the rudest thai man iv ever met. Wouldnt help me out with change for the taxi man. Ok fine. Checked in went to room 1 double bed. For 3 of us. Partly hotel.com fault. Why they say the hotel is ok for 3 people on 1 double bed is beyond me. Went and asked for another bed for my son to sleep on and got shouted at buy rude thai. Shouting full, full, full.... right.. went back to room. Took a proper look around then noticed the bugs over the pillows and bedding. Then the human waist on the wall by the bed. Bugs on the floor. Door frame hanging off and holes in bathroom wall. Of course we ran out that place very quickly and luckily found a really nice hotel. I know this place is cheap. But no way would i sleep in a bed with bugs. And the human waist on the wall. Yuck. 🤢 i researched all reviews before coming here and it seemed ok. So what the hell went wrong?????? Wont give refund so going through credit card. …
I am going to be straight with you, we booked this for a good pool and location. It has got a good pool and the location is OK too - be careful what you wish for! We have been in Thailand and Laos for 45 nights and this equalled one other poor hotel, the whole trip! We arrived at Bus station not train station and so were about 1.5 miles to 2 miles away. Not a huge problem or their fault, we walked it. With a point in the direction from a friendly lady tuk tuk driver when we were 200 metres away we made it down the back street past the unpleasant dogs (there is a sign on the hotel gate pointing towards them saying to beware!) and trotted into the “resort”. What qualifies a place as a resort (just a rhetorical question/thought). Reception is a window in a booth something akin to buying a ticket for a taxi or a fairground ride but one mustn’t be snobby about it. We are given our key and two vouchers for breakfast as we were booked in for two nights. We were shown to the room. The room was large but empty of much in the way of furniture. We had patio doors onto a small terrace with table and chairs. The shower whilst it had seen much better days was a good sized walk-in shower room. But wait, we have a bottom sheet and a....blanket. Where are the top sheets. We go to reception and after managing with their own web pictures to explain the problem he disbelievingly comes to the room. Ooooh, so you want sheets? How many, two? Two will be ample thank you and we receive the sheets. We notice the next morning that everyone else’s rooms seemed to being cleared of a full set of bedding??? They had confirmed by email that they had placed a kettle in our room for us as requested - that was never to be seen and we didn’t have the enthusiasm for another linguistic battle and so did without. The worst was yet to come - breakfast. The “restaurant” could be spectacular, with views from the end of it’s terrace along the river in both directions. However, it is dirty, seedy and the breakfast was as bad. My fiancée chose unwisely - fried eggs. These had clearly been fried quite some while ago and were now both solid and cold. Regrettably the staff cannot, even with translation aids, understand a word of English and even after these attempts, just went off never to return - my fiancée had no breakfast! I chose more wisely and had an omelette which was neither bad nor good. The coffee, no it unusually for Thailand is packet Nescafé with hot water provided but at least there was tea too. If you were paying to eat somewhere, you wouldn’t choose here! I am not going to bother with little niggly stuff, it’s easy to digress into a huge assassination but you get the idea - we didn’t like it (out of a sample of about 30 odd hotels in Thailand). It’s cheap and tacky and food and service is poor but comparably it wasn’t THAT cheap (in fact almost twice as dear as some far better standard places) There were positives - pool and pool area, location and closeness to bars and restaurants and bicycle hire. …