Reader Talkback Thailand Results: What is YOUR top hotel in Pattaya?

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The following is our exclusive weekly feature in which we ask our readers a news topical question and then give you a week to answer it on our various channels, compiling a diverse range of answers and opinions to present to you, our valued readers. Here are the results from our last question…

Last week, we asked you the following:

What is YOUR top hotel in Pattaya?

Some context around this question:

Nothing tricky about this week’s question. Where do YOU stay in Pattaya? Obviously, this is a “non-expat question.”  What makes a great hotel, or guesthouse, experience for YOU? Tell us and your fellow readers.

Here is what you, our readers, had to say as our editors selected some of the most diverse responses to highlight different points of view. Obviously, we can’t post everyone’s opinion here so we selected a variety of the most varied opinions. As always, the opinions and statements below are the reader’s own and may not reflect those of TPN media. There have been minor edits for spelling and grammar only:


Peter – My endorsement goes to Natural Park, soi 17 Beach road Jomtien. Family-owned and run. The property has LOTS of gardens and space. Low rise, a good range of room types, not five stars, and better for it. Great pool (with a kid’s section) and restaurant. Cross the road to the beach. I’m not too familiar with the other local accommodation options (because N.P. is my go-to place!) ) but Natural Park stands out as a top contender to meet the needs of affordable, relaxed family getaways.


Nick W-March hotel


Rebecca: Adelphi it’s so good


Mike H-Chaba Hut..can’t get more central and very affordable.


Damien H-

Great value, awesome breakfast, good gym, and a great location.
W-Areca Lodge in Soi Diana
Eric V-Not the greatest place but rooms in The Weekend, formerly the Tweet Tweet Nest are great. Just the rooms, no other facilities. Breakfast voucher for Sailor Ba
Brad J-Sutus Court
Carlos M-The Scenery on Soi Honey.
Joe V-Any Hotel on Ground Level…eliminate the risk of being tossed over the balcony
Craig B-Arcadia beach resort has been good for me
Mat D-Amari
Albert M-hideaway guest house or areca lodge


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