Sunshine Hotel & Residences is a good solution if you
like to be in the middle
of soi 8 and close to walking street
.If you require silence for sleeping you might have
a problem. All rooms are clean and there is also
a small garden bar and a restaurant
Sunshine Hotel & Residences is located in the heart of Pattaya Soi 8.It is about 5 minute walk to the beach ,shopping,Tops supermarket ,a 7-11 and many noisy beer bars next door.If you don"t mind music 'till 2am ,a few drinks & being attacked by hundreds of bar girls, then its the place for you.
There are two buildings the old and new.The old section looks run down but the room we had was clean with a big bathroom.The air-con work but the T.V. was crap! The hotel has two small pools and we had the small one to ourselves which was a big plus.
Good for single guys.
Unique Quality: Cheap and close to everthing,especially bere bar.
Directions: In the middle of Soi 8
This place is right in the middle of all the action.
There are beer bars, pool bars, Go Go bars and restaurants all within a short stroll from this hotel so its perfect for the single person that wants some fun.
I loved the buffet breakfast, thebig room with a view and also the two big swimming pools pools here.
Unique Quality: It's close to anywhere you might want to go or party plus the beach is just down the end of the soi.
Not the place to stay for family's or people who like to sleep early.
Directions: Between the beach road and second road Pattaya.
I don't have the pics of this hotel, but it is nice. Our room had a balcony, which was overlooking the beautiful beach. The food was excellent although they took nearly 30minutes to bring us the food.
Can anyone tell me if they have stayed at the Golden Cliff Hotel or the Sunshine Hotel Pattaya? Also we are looking for a reasonable hotel in Pattaya that is around 50 or 60 USper night, that is cleanand quiet. Also I have read in different forums that the beach in Pattaya is not so nice can anyone elaborate? I know there are nicer beaches but we are here for 3 weeks. Also can anyone give me advice about Chaing Mai and about taking the train up there. And finally any advice about Railay. Thanks for the info.
The beach in Pattaya seems to always have a lot of boats, jet skis. I found the beach in Jomtien much nicer. (I think its called Jomtien Beach). Have a look though the Pattaya travel pages, I also made a tip about the hotel which I stayed.
Here is my opening page on Pattaya. It talks about the beach. I also have a warning about all the glass in the water. Because beer is the most important part of the Pattaya experience, broken bottles are everywhere. http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/161f12/
I did stay in the Sunshine hotel a few years ago, and it was ok. Here are a few more for your consideration. You will find plenty of hotels at good prices in Pattays. For 60 USD per night you can get a great hotel. http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/161f12/3/
We've been to Chiang Mai 3 times. Each time we's stayed at the Empress Hotel (http://www.empresshotels.com/). Only about a 10 minute walk from the night market.
To get to Chiang Mai you can take an overnight sleeper train from Bangkok. You can book a bed in secrond or first class. In second class you're separated from the others travellers by only a curtain. In first class you have your own private 2-bed compartment with a small washing bassin. You can order something to eat on the train. You can find the schedule at this website : http://www.chiangmai-thai.com/train_schedule.htm.
Enjoy your trip !
I forgot to mention a great place for authentic Thai food in Chiang Mai :
Kao Kab Kang Restaurant 164/110 Changklang Rd. (close to the mpress Hotel).
Great atmosphere, excellent food and a very friendly owner who is always ready to elp or to give advice !
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Address: 217/1 Moo 10 Soi 8, Pattaya Beach Rd, Pattaya, 20150, Thailand