The effortless cool glamour of Miami has come to Thailand in the form of the Wave Hotel in Pattaya.
This brand new boutique hotel purposely stands out with pastel colors and a hot pink Cadillac parked out front during the daytime and neon lights come nightfall. However, when it comes to Thai hospitality and service the Wave Hotel should fit right in with other whimsical and flirty hotels in the Pattaya Bay area.
Located next to the Central Festival entertainment complex, the Wave Hotel has 21 rooms decorated in a Tiffany-blue palate with black and white upholstered furniture. Balconies come with comfy chairs and rooms are equipped with 42-inch LED televisions and free WIFI. Top-end Twilight Rooms are furnished with four-poster canopy king-size bed and have expansive views of the bay. Bathrooms are extra big with black and white mosaic tile and marble as well as deep soaking tubs, rainshowers, his and her sinks, thick robes and delicious-smelling bath amenities.
Positioned at the top of the Watergate Pavilion Shopping and Leisure Complex, entertainment and a range of stores are feet away.
There are a myriad of reasons to book a stay at the brand new Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel. The location is great, the rooms are beautiful and there are multiple restaurants from which to choose. But, there’s one reason that will stand out above the rest to many guests- SPA Cenvaree. This urban escape features treatment rooms outfitted with private bathing facilities and individual garden relaxation areas. Treatments range from traditional Thai therapies to organic facials to holistic Ayurvedic treatments to trendy manicures and pedicures with OPI polishes.
Sometimes when you travel you want a name you know and a rate that’s easy on the wallet.
Enter the Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit 22.
This new kid on the block- or more accurately at the corner of Sukhumvit and Soi 22- is offering introductory rates of THB 2,399++ including breakfast and free WIFI.
There are 300 guest rooms spread throughout the sleek 28-story tower. Decorated in greys and whites with accents of maroon, rooms are designed for both work and pleasure. Long desks with ergonomic chairs as well as all the adapters and converters guests may need provide the perfect place to compose emails and surf the Internet. Comfortable beds made up with down comforters and soft and firm pillows are waiting to refresh and recharge visitors.
You know you’re in for a sweet stay at a new hotel when you’re offered not just a warm welcome upon arrival but also a warm chocolate chip cookie.
That’s how the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sukhumvit Bangkok plans to get things off on the right foot for guests. Add stylish accommodations, a range of dining options and a fantastic location right in the heart of the city’s business, leisure and entertainment districts and the experience should get even more satisfying.
Laid-back Rayong offers easy access to the islands of Koh Samet, waterfalls, national parks and limestone caves.
So many of the hotels profiled on our site call bustling Bangkok or famed Phuket home and for good reason- these areas are beautiful and growing at a rapid pace. However, there are thousands of other spots in Thailand that may not receive quite as much press but are still fantastic spots for a holiday. A perfect example of this is Rayong, located on the eastern Thai coastline. This laid-back portion of the country offers easy access to the islands of Koh Samet and Koh Mun as well as waterfalls, national parks and limestone caves.