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PaiCome HideAway Resort

327 Moo 5 Baan Namhoo T. Wiangtai, Pai 58130 Thailand
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Few minutes ride from central Pai, you will see a stylish magnificent resort of HideAway model in a midst of ThaiYai village, PaiCome HideAway. A very private resort 600 metres above sea level with 36 luxurious rooms. 7ft king size bed and fully furnished with LCD TV, wifi internet, bathtub separate from shower, etc. Enjoy riding electric bike to touch the Pai scenery and return fresh up at poolside in PaiCome HideAway.
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hannahfurn wrote a review May 2017
Melbourne, Australia191 contributions24 helpful votes
As a solo traveller usually staying in hostels, I *treated* myself to a 'Superior Double Room' at Pai Come Hideaway resort. I was VERY disappointed with my stay to say the least. The room was very nice but most facilities that were advertised on the hotel listing were not available whilst I was there. It says there is an onsite restaurant serving a range of foods but Mr. Chinn advised me that it had closed the day before due to it being low season. There wasn't even snacks I could buy, he didn't even stock the fridge with minibar items as he normally would. My plan was to relax by the pool for 2 days before staying in the centre of Pai and just buy food at the onsite restaurant when I was hungry (I didn't mind that it was far away because I planned to relax). But there was absolutely nothing within walking distance, no shops, no food, the only place to get food was in Pai which was a 3km away. He advised me the only way to get around was by scooter, but this wasn't an option for me as I had a scooter accident a few weeks previous. He said he could take me down to the centre but it would cost me 200baht each way (no free shuttle!). I paid for this at 8pm for him to take me down then he said that the latest he could pick me up was 10pm, but I had no choice with no taxi options in Pai, was like being picked up by a parent! So paid this as there was no other choice but to starve! I tried to go in the pool the following day but it felt too dirty to even stay in, it looked like it hadn't been cleaned in about 2 weeks, lots of algae & dirt floating around. I confronted Mr. Chinn and asked why his listing says there is a restaurant available when it's not open, and his reasoning was that 'I booked a budget room'... not sure how 'Superior' is budget? I paid much more than I normally would and it was a waste of money, breakfast wasn't even optional like it said in the listing.. no food was! Fake advertising, if the facilities aren't open in low season then he should have made this clear before I arrived. Had to pay another 200 baht at the end for him to take me back into the centre, wasn't happy. Wouldn't stay again.
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Date of stay: April 2017
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849lizzie_loo849 wrote a review Apr 2017
liverpool42 contributions28 helpful votes
Good points: The room was beautiful. Clean and throughly cleaned everyday. The towels were large and the hand and face towels also lovely. A big bathtub in a modern yet authentic Thai design. Grey walls with beautiful orbate decoration really made the place pop. There was a kettle. Cupboard. Fridge glasses and mugs. The mattress was extremely comfortable. The duvet was great for the cool nights of Pai or with the aircon on. The pool looked like a lake and the little garden area was very pretty. There is a table outside under an awning which is great to have outdoor brekki under. The lounge area is large and there is a huge garden to play in and do yoga etc. The manager was a doll. He helped us with a hitch-hiking letter. And drove us to the road we needed to be on to hitch to Chiang Mai. The staff were attentive. The ammenities at the guesthouse wwre great. Good lamps. Sockets. Wardrobe. Bathtowels slippers. Good good good. Negative point!: There was beer in the fridge and we thought it was free as there was not a price list.. so a shock when we had to pay for it. Wasnt too expensive just felt a little cheated.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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KarisWin wrote a review Apr 2017
Lancing, United Kingdom72 contributions31 helpful votes
We stayed here with Mr Chinn as our host over New Year 2016/17 Our 5 night stay was the highlight of our 3 weeks in Thailand - and the most luxurious. Having spent 2 weeks backpacking we wanted to treat ourselves to some luxury, away from the hustle and bustle, and PaiCome Hideaway was the perfect place. Our villa was huge with a very large bathroom including shower and separate bath. The bed was the biggest i've ever seen and our towels were made into elephant shapes when we arrived (I love a bit of towel origami!) The pool is beautiful with natural form rocks within - an excellent place to read and tan with your feet dipped in the cool water. The grounds at PaiCome Hideaway are stunning - lush and green with so many different plants, trees and flowers - paradise! Our stay included breakfast which was buffet style in an outdoor (covered) veranda and there was enough choice to keep both myself and my husband happy for 5 days. We didn't eat any other meals here as we had a motorbike and sent our days exploring the area and our evenings in Pai but we did experience enough of Mr Chinn's hospitality to say he is an excellent host who is attentive and genuinely cares about his guests - his aim is to make your stay here as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. We've been to Thailand 4 times and travelled all over and this is one of the best places we've had the pleasure of staying - thai hospitality at it's best! We can't wait to return on our next trip to Thailand!
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Date of stay: December 2016
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Ericuitschot wrote a review Feb 2017
Leiden, The Netherlands3 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a beautiful quit resort in the middle of the nature. Mr. Chinn is a perfect nice host. You will find no better place in Pai like PaiCome HideAway Resort. The rooms are perfect with a nice view.
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled solo
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Miriam B wrote a review Feb 2017
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We spent the last three days of our stay in Pai at PaiCome Hideaway where we celebrated our wedding anniversary and a friend's birthday. It was perfect to celebrate these occasions. The resort is in a beautiful and peaceful location about a 10 minute drive from the town centre. The huts are beautifully appointed and very clean. Breakfast was excellent and varied. Chin was an excellent host. There is a shuttle service from the resort to Pai town at 6pm and pick up at 9pm. Chin was kind enough to drop us into town earlier in the day when he was out doing pick ups. On the eve of our wedding I anniversary he supplied us, and some of the guests, with the most beautiful Chinese lanterns. We were very touched by Chin's thoughtfulness. We would definitely come back to this magical place again
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Kahye wrote a review Jan 2017
Zurich, Switzerland281 contributions73 helpful votes
The resort is 5 / 10 minutes from Pai, which in our opinion is a plus, some places in pai can be too noisy if you want to sleep well (I think) we choose this place because we wanted a quite place. The place is really beautiful, the surrounding gardens are amazing and the swimming pool incredibly beautiful ( for me the most beautiful place) we had a great room, tidy and clean. The owner is really nice and helpful. The breakfast is good. We had a good experience. Wheels are a must in my opinion to move around in Pai ( motorcycle was our choice) definitely I recommend this place and I would love to return 2 days weren't enough, you have a lot to explore.
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Date of stay: December 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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HappyandChaplyn wrote a review Dec 2016
Vancouver, Canada6 contributions7 helpful votes
We absolutely loved our stay at PaiCome Hideaway Resort! We'd love to return and stay for a month sometime. This is a perfect place to escape for a relaxing, quiet getaway, set in the mountains about a 12 minute scooter ride from the city of Pai. We stayed in a 'superior room' which is its own detached bungalow with a gorgeous bathroom, huge soaking tub, rainfall showerhead, and our room was spacious and beautiful. The bed is extra firm, as are all Thai beds, but it was huge and still comfortable. Mr. Chin, our host, was incredibly gracious, greeting us as we came and left with this beautiful old world hospitality that is so rarely found these days. He was kind and helpful and always there to attend to any of our needs. He had many helpful tips and advice for our daily travels and adventures. There was a beautiful pool holding 2 huge natural rocks and we seemed to have it to ourselves everyday. The grounds are lovely and the neighbourhood even more so... we explored the villages tucked into the mountains around us which provided days of wonderful discovery including incredible views, quaint villages and much less touristed areas. I highly recommend this beautiful resort and would stay here again in a heart beat!
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Date of stay: November 2016
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Ashleigh R wrote a review Jul 2016
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom203 contributions32 helpful votes
We stayed here a while ago really enjoyed the beautiful resort the only thing we found that mr chin although very friendly and attentive was a bit to much involved in bus times etc and what our plans were . Bar was not manned during the day and no food available to order during the weekend meaning we had to go into pai for food and drinks which was restricted by the shuttle buses
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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freckers wrote a review Jun 2015
Worthing, United Kingdom54 contributions42 helpful votes
Mr. Chinn was welcoming and enthusiastic about the countryside surrounding Pai and advised us on cycle rides, places to visit, and things to see further afield. We followed his advise and were not disappointed! The room was functional and had everything we needed including a fridge which seems to be a hot topic surrounding subsequent reviews of hotels in this area and beyond. Fear not weary traveller, your Mango Sticky Rice will keep til morrow. We would recommend getting some form of transport to get to and from town, Mr Chinn has a shuttle service which if free at a set time in the evening but it's nice to have the freedom to come and go as you please. It's a little way into town but it is nicer to be out of town in the tranquil setting. We brought our own bikes with us and it's a nice short ride to town. We believe there are complimentary bikes and recommend getting out there on the bike to check out the Chinese village and waterfall. It is also easy to rent bikes in Central Pai and they seemed to have a good stock of mountain bikes. Thank you Mr. Chinn!!!
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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radh85 wrote a review May 2015
Sheffield, United Kingdom38 contributions20 helpful votes
We decided to stay at PaiCome after a few weeks of hostels to relax and rejuvenate. The rates in low season are very reasonable and the grounds / surroundings are beautiful and well kept. The rooms are spacious and comfortable with a huge king bed & bath and shower. There are a couple of improvements I might suggest which would have improved our rating: 1. Pool - the pool was quite dirty when we arrived and was only cleaned on the second day. I think it may have something to do with the boulders in the pool. The poolside bar was not open and there was no pool area or loungers to speak of. 2. Shuttle Service - the resort is over 3km away from the centre of Pai and despite the website claiming they gave free shuttle service throughout the day, it only run to town at 6pm and back at 9pm. The manager wanted to charge us 200 baht outside this time. I would have rather them be honest and say there is no shuttle service. 3. Breakfast - Described as 'American breakfast' but in reality it was buffet style with some pork sausage, scrambled egg and rice with hard bread. Also manager hung round unnecessarily which was off putting. Unless you are going to hire a scooter to get around (which we did after the shuttle service incident) I wouldn't reccomend staying here over places closer to Pai centre. We subsequently stayed at Family House @ Pai which was around the same price with much better facilities.
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Date of stay: May 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about PaiCome HideAway Resort
Which popular attractions are close to PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Nearby attractions include Bamboo Mini Golf (4.1 km), Conserve Natural Forests (2.6 km), and Boon Ko Ku So Bridge (4.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cafecito, Om Garden Cafe, and Earth Tone.
Are there opportunities to exercise at PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does PaiCome HideAway Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, PaiCome HideAway Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to PaiCome HideAway Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Wat Sri Don Chai (4.2 km).