Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort

Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort

Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort (aerial tour in 4K) Lom Sak, Phetchabun Province, Thailand/Set against a backdrop of pristine mountain scenery in Phetchabun, The Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort hotel is combination between Swiss Chalet and low-rise building style to offering opportunities for exploring once to dream destination as known regions of Thailand.Our first class Khao Kho resort is occupying a 200-acre site, high up in the mountains and surrounded by many famous scenic attractions.Accommodation at the Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort hotel in Khao Kho comprises a total of 140 units with three types of chalets and one building style, each room has its own balcony for guests to enjoy the panoramic views over Phetchabun from our hotel.With its combination of individual chalets and low-rise guestroom buildings, all specially designed to harmonise with the natural surroundings, The Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort hotel in Khao Kho has the unmistakable ambience of an Alpine retreat. This feeling is further enhanced by the fresh mountain air and cooler temperatures of the North.Enjoy delicious cuisine against a backdrop of spectacular views at Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort. A various of Thai food as well as a local cuisine or dishes are available in the spacious Rabiengkaew Restaurant at our hotel in Khao Kho.The Imperial Phukaew Hill Resort is a popular choice for meetings, events and incentives. Organize a unique business retreat in Thailand at Imperial Phukaew. Our main function room can accommodate up to 250 guests, who can expect the finest in Thai service and hospitality.Hidden among the misty mountains of Petchabun Province in central Thailand, this first-class resort occupies a 200-acre site, high up on the beautiful Khao Kho Mountains and surrounded by many famous scenic attractions. With all rooms specially designed to harmonize with the natural surroundings, this resort has the unmistakable atmosphere of an Alpine retreat. This feeling is further enhanced by the fresh mountain air and cooler temperatures of the North. 

Darin Dunn

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