Hotel J Pattaya

221 Moo 6, North Pattaya, Pattaya, 20150, Thailand
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  • Families50
  • Couples42
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

royal cliff or sheraton

by georgeroyal1

hi , hope the vt members can help me with this , which hotel has the better beach and is one as good as the other standard wise , also do either of them have a problem with guests coming to hotels
thanks in advance

Re: royal cliff or sheraton

by SirHalberd

I think that both hotels are in a location that you will have to purchase transportation to take you to the more exciting or touristy areas. You can walk to some places from these hotels but it is not like being in the center of Pattaya.

These are luxury, expensive hotels, luxury expensive hotels usually charge extra for "guests" figuring you are rich and can afford it!

Cheap hotels in Pattaya are almost always "guest friendly!" One thing Pattaya has is lots and lots of hotels at good prices. Cheap hotels starting in the 500 baht range always have hot water, private toilet/shower, air conditioning and security boxes. Some hotels that are in the 600 - 1200 baht range also have pools!

If you really want to shell out big money I would look at the Pattaya Marriott also!
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/pyxmc-pattaya-marriott-resort-and-spa/
The Pattaya Marriott is between Beach Road and Pattaya 2nd Road. They have their own pool of course. Pattaya Beach is okay for sun bathing, walking and gawking, steet vendors, restaurants, etc. Pattaya Beach is not usually used by European and American tourists for swimming. Jomtien Beach is more often used by foreigners.

The Marriott has a modern mall right next door! It is within walking distance of bars, restaurants, street vendors. Easy and cheap transportation north and south by baht bus travel (Farangs 10 baht, Thais 5 baht per ride!) The mall is called the Royal Garden Mall.


Royal Cliff and Sheraton are in a more remote area and they are nice places.

Check out some maps of Pattaya.

http://www.guidetothailand.com/pattaya-thailand/map_pattaya_buddhahill.htm

http://www.guidetothailand.com/pattaya-thailand/map_pattaya_southbeachroad.htm

http://maps-guide.org/thailand/pattaya/south-map.htm

Up to you - convenience for simply walking to many places and lousy beach for swimming or luxury accomodations but not necessarily in a location easy for walking to the nightlife and street vendors!


Hal

Re: royal cliff or sheraton

by Pimilan

Royal Cliff offer the best beach, the beach in the Sheraton in not practicable beacause too many stones are on the water. You will pay a joiner fee for bringing guests and in Royal wing it was not possible ! A good choice will be the new tower at Amari hotel, or the Dusit right on the beach but near the city.

Travel Tips for Pattaya

Open Zoo

by suraphona

Khao KheowOpen Zoo in Chonburi just 30 kms fromPattaya and about 120 kms from Bangkok.The animals living in the conditions that close to the nature. See animals without fences, and can be amazed with rare local wild animals like Gaur and Tapirs. New star in the zoo since October 2002 is the white tiger.
This open zoo was established by the goverment in 1978 and covered total area of over 2,000 acres in the Khao Kheow National Park, there are more than 300 species and over 5,000 animals. Beautiful sunset from the top of the hill.
Animal in the night also can be watching out from the trolley along the 3.5 kms routes.
Open daily 8:00 to 18:00 Adult THB 20.-
Night Watching with Dinner in Zoo Restaurant THB 350.- per Person.

Bus to Pattaya

by georeiser

The most common way to get from Bangkok to Pattaya is by taking an air conditioned bus at the Eastern Bus Terminal on Sukhumvit road Soi 63, which is near the Ekkamai station. Buses goes every 30 minutes starting from 5:30 am to 11:30 pm everyday and cost 120 Bath.

There are two other bus stations, the Northern Bus Terminal at Mochit with service between 5:20 and 11:20 pm. The Southern Bus Terminal at Khao San road has scheduled services at 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm and 6:30 pm. It costs approx 100 bath for air conditioned bus.

Take a bus from the airport which leaves the airport every two hours. Tickets cost 106 Bath. The buses will drop you off at the bus station on North Pattaya road. From there you take your own taxi to find a hotel.

With the Beach under your food

by Pimilan about Foodfair

You go like in a supermarket in this restaurant. You choose your seafood, fish, salad and what you want in front of the restaurant and then they bring to your place. Lovely terrace with beach view. All seafood and salad

MINI SIAM

by STRATOS79

Would you like to travel around the world in two hours if you do then you have to visit Mini Siam. Mini Siam contains more than 80 replicas of many famous wonders from around the world from the WAT PHRA SRISANPETH to the statue of liberty

Dive training in Pattaya

by GlobalTrekker59

""Foobar it's HOT!!. I actually think i'm melting!""

The dive school had a Limo sent to my hotel in Bangkok to pick me up and take me down to Pattaya, which was great, because I did have a load of crap I was dragging around!! Still not sure why. Anyway, the ride was uneventful and took about 2 hours, all of which was Freeway and tolls until hitting Pattaya. The whole ride I just stared out of the window with my MP3 cranking out Saliva, Slipknot, Metallica and Chevelle. Felt good to be heading in this direction, both physically and psychologically, and I wanted to have a soundtrack that mimicked what was happening inside too LOL. The roads are very good and the traffic light, the scenery was sparse at best. When there was stuff to see, it was generally Industrial parks with large warehouses off to the side of the Freeway. Did see a few temples on some of the hills though.

"Arriving into Pattaya"

Driving into town seemed pretty well structured and organized, little did I know though that I was several miles from Satan's Pit of disrepute and that the drive there was going to get ever so narrower, congested, and have crap loads of streets filled with girls sitting on stools outside the doors. By the time we got the Dive shop, I really had a pretty sore kneck from all the swivelling around I was doing. The music was still going, but louder, and even with the A/C, on I was sweating.

"Aquanauts on Soi 6"

Coming down 2nd street heading to Northern Pattaya the streets descend in numbers. 2nd street runs parallel with Beach road which is a Southern flow of traffic and ends in "Walking Street" (more about that later). So, we get to Soi 6 and turn off 2nd street. This street is about 200 meters long and stretches from 2nd street to Beach rd ok. On both side of the street from 2nd street to within about 50 meters of Beach rd at the end, is full of Go Go bars!! All the girls are jumping up and knocking on the Taxi window telling me "Sawadeeka" (Thai for Hello), and offers to come inside for "Good time", some wave from their perched seats, all seem to smile as we pass. Eventaully we stop outside this Go Go bar and I think "What the heck is going on here? Am i about to get ripped off?". As I am thinking that, the other side door opens, distracting me from my music as I get blasted with instant inferno heat, and there stands a guy in a White Polo shirt with "Aquanauts" written on it. Seems the dive shop was on the other side of the street!! To funny.

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