Hotels in Pattaya Reviews

4.7/5Outstanding597 Reviews
Phra Tamnak Hill
Overall, it is a relaxed and luxury hotel where a family enjoys the best time. The location is not the best while those who want a privacy and excellent service would love this hotel.
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4.6/5Outstanding287 Reviews
Na Jomtien
This is my second time to stay at Renaissance Pattaya, the hotel is new and model with good maintenance, service has been improved; we enjoyed the beautiful Seaview and beach, also the swimming pool is wonderful. One thing need to improve is the kids room, not many toys are available & I think the hotel does not maintain what it had when it just opened.
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4.6/5Outstanding118 Reviews
The hotel is excellent with well trained staff. It's located on a private beach and quiet area. I really enjoyed my stay. Also the breakfast was really good. Everything was Perfect !!!
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4.7/5Outstanding60 Reviews
Central Pattaya
Great apartment. The landlord is very enthusiastic. I even don't want to leave. I had fun in the infinity pool on the top floor. From the balcony, I can see the beach and sunset. It is the best apartment that I stayed in Thailand for one week.
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4.5/5Excellent1777 Reviews
Amazing pool , varieties of breakfast , nice attitude of the staff
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4.4/5Excellent399 Reviews
Jomtien Beach
Very good location good rooms eveything good near to market easy accebility of anything required
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Pattaya Hotel Guide

Pattaya is famous for its sunshine, beaches, and seafood. With a population of 100,000, the city receives more than 1 million tourists each year and more than 90% of the city’s population is involved in tourism-related work. The 15 km coastline is full of clear water and gentle waves and visitors from all over the world come here to tan and lay out by the beaches. Water sports such as water skiing and diving are also popular. In the evening, colorful fireworks illuminate the city’s night sky and the bright neon lights of the dance halls and nightclubs can be seen throughout the streets. Within the city, smaller bars can be found everywhere and are a great place to dance and listen to music.

Pattaya is located on the eastern coast of Thailand. Originally an obscure small fishing village on the edge of the Gulf of Siam, it was transformed into a seaside resort town about 30 years ago. As early as the 13th century, Pattaya was a place for holiday for Thai soldiers who used to fight Burmese invaders. Much later in the 1950s, Pattaya was built up as a naval base and resort for the United States during the Vietnam War. After the withdrawal of the US troops, it gradually developed into a holiday resort. After the 1970s, the amount of hotels, shops, entertainment centers and other facilities in Pattaya began to increase. After years of development, tourism has now become the most important part of industry, and it is now one of the world’s most well-known vacation cities. Tourists who purchase goods in Thailand can refund 7% VAT upon departure. Tax refund slips in major department stores are available – remember to bring your passport to the store with you. To refund the tax, you must purchase more than 2,000 baht in the same department store on the same day and the total amount of the purchase must be more than 5,000 baht. The best time to visit Pattaya is from November to February when the weather is relatively dry. During this time, the average temperature ranges from 15 to 18 °C, and beautiful flowers bloom. Tourists visit Pattaya year round, but the rainy season (June-October) is considered to be off season. In April, there is a large amount of tourists due to the Songkran Water Festival and hotels in Pattaya are known to fill up quickly.

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