Bacchus Home Resort3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The hotel has a great location close to the beach and has potential not fulfilled. It's very dated and you notice it's not updated to the needs of today's travelers. Where can I charge my mobile? Disconnect the plug from the fat TV or the fridge? The breakfast room has a great view but was messy. It took us 3 times to toast some bread before we could catch the bread in the air before they landed on the floor.
Looked great when we booked on the internet but it didn't live up to the expectations Very slow wifi The tv was from the 20th century and the satellite reception terrible Liked the pool area but not the "bug spraying" One of the reasons we booked Bacchus was the gym.... But it was "closed"
I'm confirmed that this is a very old resort without any renovation and not so cleanliness, bathroom and towel are not comfort and there has some insect in night time. But compare with the price , it 's look like more expensive but swimming pool and breakfast are quite OK. The beach is very deep and heavy wave, so they can swim at the beach, or not ?
First of all reviews and photos online quite deceiving. This is a very old resort which probably used to be great many years ago but nothing has been done over the years so it's a little 'loveless'. I shall name a few pros and cons: Pro: - Very good price for 2 interconnecting rooms for a family of 4 - nice pool - clean - Good firm bed -Free wifi Cons: - beach non existent now (digger etc) - rooms very basic and no kettle but asked for one then got one on loan and bought our own tea and coffee -price list in room for all items in case you break them gives out a negative vibe - unwelcoming reception and staff generally not very friendly at all - especially for being Thailand! Everywhere else much friendlier! - wifi very sporadic Breakfast (valued at 350 THB) is one of the worst we've had. Choice of American or Asian plate, supplemented by toast and jam and awful tea (looked and tasted like it had Brewed all night). Fried eggs were still jelly-ish, so were the soft-boiled ones. All In all definitely not AT ALL worth 350baht. Our son threw up immediately after it but one can't be sure it was from that. He was, however, fine for the rest of the day. The sausage looked awful-I didn't dare eat it due to its dubious colour. What a shame about this resort, so much could be done about this. Starting with showing effort and a positive attitude to guests when they arrive- we got charged for the entire week upfront which I also can't say I ever had to do unless I booked through a third party!
This hotel is valuable for money but just for basic stay n pls do not expect for perfect condition. Good location near the beach, nice pool, abf ok, no lift then a bit tied for walk up. Room looked old, hot water not work, noisy at night from party with children noise. Here valuable your cost not much expensive.
This hotel was booked by a Thai friend at a rate of 50% of the published rate. At the price we paid ($70 US per night), this was a somewhat of bargain, but the full rate seems abnormally high for this area. The rooms were spacious and clean and the staff were helpful, attentive and courteous. They have a very nice pool and the hotel is just across the road from an extremely clean and, at the time, unpopulated beach. The hotel staff moved lounges and an umbrella to the beach for our use and also brought us towels. The hotel restaurant served a nice breakfast and also had nice variety of foods on the regular menu. Wifi was better than average. I would like to rate this property higher, but I don't think the coast is commensurate with what one receives.
Stay here for company trip one night. I like the beach in front of the hotel. The beach still clean and quiet. Really recommended for people who want to relax. But It's quite far from Hua-Hin down town. No convenient store nearby but you can rent a bicycle to cycling around the area.
Stayed for 4 days while we visited the area and lazed around. Managed to get a discount, otherwise would not have been happy with the rates. Very spacious room, liked the balcony overlooking the pool - had a table & chairs where we lounged. Room was relatively spartan, but functional - slept well, it was clean and covered our needs. Restaurant was OK for breakfast, but not sumptuous (by Thai standards?!). Weekend breakfast buffet had plenty of selections, however. Pool was also good - big, clean, quiet and nice for a bit of suntanning and swimming. Wireless internet only reached the open-air lobby area, not to the bedrooms. Staff were friendly and helpful. This village is not a busy tourist place, rather a sleepy fishing area - lots & lots of squid, so stock up on bags of it if you like the stuff!
We spent two nights at this resort. We would have preferred to stay in town (Pak Nam Pran) close to markets and shops but the main town had only one hotel which was cheap but pretty depressing, so we opted for the closest resort. The room was spacious, comfortable and quiet and the pool was nice, but it is really quite expensive for what you get - no wifi in the room, few electrical sockets, only one bedside lamp for a double bed, no tea & coffee facilities, and a pretty average breakfast. Aircon was efficient but a little too much so - the lowest fan speed was still too much. Bicycle rental is extortionate, 250 baht per day - I'd expect a motorbike for that! Shame because roads are quiet and it's a good cycling distance into town. We are used to getting a lot more for a lot less in Thailand. Every local I spoke to regarded this resort as very expensive and I'm pretty sure prices were hiked up on a couple of occasions based on where I was staying! If you stay here, do take time to wander around the town - it's only a 10-15 minute walk away, there's some lovely street food, friendly locals and you'll see the squid drying industry in full action! And if you are travelling independently, you'd do a lot worse than to head south a couple of hours to Prachuap Khiri Khan, which is a lovely town and far more reasonably priced.
Old but delightfully clean hotel. Great for families and unpretentious. Stayed during new years weekend as it was the only decently priced hotel with space for four rooms at short notice. Close to restaurants although having a car or moto is required. Free Internet which is nice. Pranburi is a no crowd area not very far south of Hua Hin mostly frequented by Bangkokians and Europeans that are staying for longer time during their cold winter. Highly recommend Pranburi over Hua Hin anytime but u really should have a car to get around. Very charming area..not a nice white sand beach but food enough based upon an overall experience.
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Pak Nam Pran, Bacchus Home Resort is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Pak Nam Pran Beach and within a 10-minute drive of Pranburi River. This 3-star hotel has 66 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a spa tub. Pranburi Forest Park is also close to this Pranburi hotel.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or grab a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.
All 66 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, refrigerators, and coffee makers. For entertainment, guests can enjoy TVs. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Free bottled water, phones, and desks are other standard amenities.
At Bacchus Home Resort, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a spa tub. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with tours/tickets and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a garden.
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61% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 44 reviews