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.
Dining options offer a glimpse into the fun of the 1940s in Miami. Cadillac Café & Bar’s menu features American comfort foods such as nachos, BBQ spare ribs and quesadillas as well as Latin flavors and European and Asian favorites. Homemade desserts including key lime pie and New York cheesecake finish off the meal. Cabana Bar, the poolside venue, offers drinks and foods for guests lounging on one of several lounges.
Wave Hotel is part of the Sukosol Hotels group, run by Thai businesswoman Kamala Sukosol. There are now five properties within the collection including The Siam, Bangkok which opened less than a year ago. Other properties include The Sukosol, Bangkok; The Bayview, Pattaya and Siam Bayshore, Pattaya. Property sizes range from 21 rooms to 470.