I just stayed at this resort last night (April 13, 2019). I was surprised at how large, immaculate and modern the room with beautifully recessed ceilings (and large bathroom) are.... Pleasing color and decor throughout. Excellent tile work and well thought out construction techniques prevail. My room was located on the second floor on the end... which included a nicely shaded balcony table setting with great view into the mountains. I was also surprised at how cool the room remained in the heat of the Summer even without turning on the air conditioner (mostly unheard of in Thailand).... well constructed and optimally oriented with respect to the sun. My only complaint was that one of the pillows for my king size bed was too hard. Free/fast WiFi as well as flat screen TV in the room. Besides the main two story Deluxe Motel-like rooms, there are also about five or six rustic/quaint wood bungalows situated adjacent to a sizable fish pond which I'd recommend during the rainy and cool season... primarily because they do not include air conditioning. Very rustic and quaint with stand alone privacy... but perhaps lacking that immaculate feeling of the modern rooms. While the resort is situated nearly to a main road, it's lack of promotional signage leaves it in relative obscurity from a beaten path. Well, I could go on but I'd recommend it to any (non billionaire) traveler who can afford (currently) about 700 baht per night (approx $20+ at current exchange) ... nicest resort I've found in Wiang Haeng by far.