Accomodation_In_Pattaya_Thailand by marcusjames

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Accomodation In Pattaya Thailand

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During the Thai economic boom of the middle of 1980s to 1990s, hotels
have been over-built in Pattaya, Chonburi. As a result, prices are very
reasonable compared to most other countries given the high quality of
accommodations and services offered.

But if visitors plan to visit Pattaya, it is highly recommended to make
hotel reservations well ahead of time, since most hotels there are fully
overbooked in these popular tourists destination.

Pattaya has an excess of accom...


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During the Thai economic boom of the middle of 1980s to 1990s, hotels
have been over-built in Pattaya, Chonburi. As a result, prices are very
reasonable compared to most other countries given the high quality of
accommodations and services offered.

But if visitors plan to visit Pattaya, it is highly recommended to make
hotel reservations well ahead of time, since most hotels there are fully
overbooked in these popular tourists destination.

Pattaya has an excess of accommodation in every price bracket. Yet
tourist are advised to always take a look at the room (or better still
several rooms) before agreeing on a price. However, tourist can see hotel
review in more internet websites.

Pattaya boasts an incredible choice of accommodation to suit for every
traveler. Facilities range from luxury hotels with private beaches to
bayside hotels and bungalows, and inland, economy class hotel and guest
houses.

For backpackers and adventurous tourists, guesthouses are usually the
cheapest option, costing fewer than USD 10 per night (or less for a dorm
bed). This gets you a room with a fan, a squat toilet (often shared) and
not much else.

Pattaya hotels start around USD 10 and go up to around USD 300. The upper
end of this range will be air-conditioned or more facilities , the lower
with not. The primary difference is that with a hotel room, your bathroom
should be more private, beautiful, luxurious, bed linen and towels should
be provided and there may be a hot shower. Moreover, some hotels provide
other facilities such as satellite televisions, WIFI internet and more.
Tourist hotels are generally around USD 25-40 and offer the basics for a
beach vacation: swimming pool, room service and cable television.
Business and luxury hotels, more than USD 50, offer every modern amenity
you can think of and are largely indistinguishable from hotels anywhere
else in the world.

Some notably Pattaya’s The Hard Rock hotel are the world’s best hotels
which is win the award “Hard Rock Hotel of The Year”. The most luxurious
resorts also fall in this price category, with some of the very best and
most private.

With a projected 15 millions plus visitors to Thailand predicted in 2006,
it is expected that many of the hotels in Pattaya will have high
occupancy rates throughout the year.

For those who are not familiar with the Pattaya geography. The South and
Central Pattaya located hotels are the ones to choose if you are looking
to be in the center of the “action”. There are lots of restaurants, bars,
shopping and etc.

For those looking for perhaps a quieter night’s sleep chose North Pattaya
or Naklus, where there are several quality hotels down by the beach at
Wongamart.

The beach is better than that in Pattaya and the congestion of both
people and vehicles is a lot less than in Pattaya. It is however, easier
to travel to Pattaya for the evening by taking one of the many “baht
buses” which is Thai people called “Song-Thaew”. They congregate at
several points along the Pattaya Beach Road

								
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