Beverly Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeverly Plaza Hotel Pattaya
Probably the best hotel for someone on a budget trip with everything within walking distance of the hotel. Whether it's the beach or the shopping complex or the walking street, you name it and it was there.
If you are a fan of breakfast, this is like no other.
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... in need of a shower before changing into dinner clothes.
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... for them as they earn very low wages. This is another negative aspect of Thailand; massive luxury hotels and gargantuan shopping complexes cater to the needs of westerners, yet poverty is rife, with beggars on the streets and workers earning very low wages and struggling to get by. But now I sound as though I am writing a uni assignment, so I will stop! I am off to bingo again with the old people this afternoon, and then tomorrow ...
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