Description:

This light and airy room with one large double bed has been tastefully furnished and offers additional outdoor space with a high balcony overlooking our Wild Elephant Enclosure with mountain view. You will find air-conditioning, and a private bathroom with a shower. This twin room sleeps 2 people. Rooms 8, 9 & 10 all have the same layout. This room costs 4,000 THB per night.

Max people: 2

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  • review rating 5  A beautiful and amazing place! Recommended for anyone with love of nature in heart

    thumb doron bereza
    9/11/2019
  • review rating 5  Amazing place doing wonders to help elephants and all kinds of animals in rehabilitation and rehoming. 100% worth the visit!

    thumb Kaleigh McGrory
    8/09/2019
  • review rating 5  Incredibly informative, interesting, and luxurious lodge in an amazing setting, run by way better people than most.

    thumb Brent Wiren
    5/07/2019
  • review rating 5  absolutely fantastic; waking up by the call of the monkeys after a good night rest in a rather luxurious room. By the way: also good food!

    thumb Job Zeedzen
    12/06/2018
  • review rating 5  What an inspiring place. This is the future for wild life reserves around the world. We had the most amazing experience with elephants. Basically slept beside and above them. The founder Edwin and his team where so approachable and helpful. Stay the night to really fully experience the place. The restuarant had a sunset that blew my mind. The food is excellent and mainly vegan which suits my tastes and is in keeping with the not for profit organisations ideals. They support the local community and animal welfare. Five plus stars.

    thumb Patrick Malloch
    4/23/2019
  •   This place lives up to all of the excellent, 5-star reviews for Wildlife Friends Foundation. The one addition I would make is to recommend spending an extra night or two.... read more

    thumb A TripAdvisor Member
    11/24/2018
  •   We stayed here as guests (a group of 9 - mixed ages) for two nights. The I Love Phants Lodges are for guests visiting the WFFT centre. The... read more

    thumb Michelle R
    1/17/2018
  •   My partner and I stayed here for one night before leaving Thailand. We were greeted by a wonderfully nice woman who explained everything for us and took our meal orders.... read more

    thumb 859marlis
    3/28/2018
  •   This place lives up to all of the excellent, 5-star reviews for Wildlife Friends Foundation. The one addition I would make is to recommend spending an extra night or two.... read more

    thumb benpadnos
    11/24/2018
  • review rating 5  We had a fantastic time at the Phants Lodge, waking up to the calls of gibbons and watching precious elephants pass by. The lodge is nestled in the forest, but has all the modern comfort you need. In addition to unforgettable animal encounters we also met great people. Definitely the highlight of our stay in Thailand. We’ll be back.

    thumb Ni Nator
    1/20/2018
  • review rating 5  Had an incredible stay at the Phants lodge! The rooms are modern, clean and very comfortable. And you really can’t beat the view: elephants frequently strolling by just below our balcony. The staff are lovely and they'll prepare delicious meals for you. While staying at the lodge, I highly recommend booking a full day tour. It’s both fun and inspiring to explore the massive wildlife refuge. You'll get to meet the animals up close, hear their stories, and learn a ton. Will definitely be back!

    thumb Michael Lawlor
    1/20/2018
  • review rating 5  We slept in the Eco-Lodge and I think it's worth every penny. It's located in the heart of this huge resort that's dedicated to saving various wild animals from Elephants to Gibbons. The staff are very friendly and helpful. But more importantly, you realize that you're not in some Hotel focused on profits, but a place that makes use of our money to help the animals that they're saving. The atmosphere is very tranquil, and you can meet the various volunteers and even founder when walking about. Their dedication is felt and helps the place feel authentic. The lodge itself is very modern and cozy, made up of two floors. The first floor is an open kitchen/dining/relax area from where you can sit and interact with Elephants looking for treats. Upstairs is a patio, and the entrance to two separate guest accomodations. The one we slept in was very modern, clean and even had a nice outdoor shower area. We especially liked that the air-conditioner was quiet and didn't blow directly on our heads - a common issue in Thai Hotels. The magic happened for us when the sun set. With the moon illuminating jungle around us, it feels as if time stops for a bit. Gibbons can be heard from afar, and Fireflies glitter around the small lake that's right in front of you. It was captivating, lying on our patio upstairs and just observing the nature around us. We opened a bottle of Tequila we brought along, and as I was petting the friendly local cat that laid beside me - for that moment I was convinced that this is one of the most magical places we've been to.

    thumb Barbora Katuščáková
    2/26/2018
  • review rating 5  Fantastic setting. Peaceful. Awesome. Staff are brilliant and lodges are clean, comfortable - food is prepared specifically for you. Honesty bar is a bonus. The animals are truly spectacular and focus your mind on the cruelty of man towards these beautiful creatures. Great for groups and families. Don’t just visit for the day stay for the overall experience well worth it.

    thumb Michelle Ringland
    1/14/2018
  • review rating 5  

    thumb Annelie Langerak
    5/22/2017