Eden Hotel Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... out in Thailand, and experienced it for the first time during our Thai lesson yesterday. It took an hour for the power to come back on.
Laundry: I do most of mine in the sink. There are "laundry mats" where you can use a washer for a small price, but all clothes have to be air dried.
Air Conditioning: Sometimes you have it, sometimes you don't.
Heat: It is hot in Thailand. Five minutes after being outside, I am dripping in sweat. It ...
... the sand and watch the game. I notice some thais a little ways down the sidewalk with a big spread of food they are eating. What am I thinking? I don't have to wait to get to the hostel to eat. I will just spread my food out here, on the sidewalk, Thai style, and eat while watching the game. I have noticed that with all the lose dogs here that just hang around everywhere, they do not stand around the food carts and beg for food. Even if they are there, they ...
... of an already expensive mistake, plus, it wasn't exactly a luxury destination, and so off Peter went with the haggling again. I stayed outside any hotels he went into. But after not very long, we found a lovely little hotel, 2 mins from the beach called Sabai lodge for just £18 a night. Before we got ourselves changed, I called our hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam, so they didn't turn up at the airport and we were not there! They were really understanding and said they would try ...
... very small patch of light offered. So I kept it on anyway and road in Jim 1's headlights, still quite an effective way to travel. On we plodded for another 3 hours. It was whilst loping through the night, blackness except for a small pool of yellow light I sometimes stayed in for all of Jim 1's efforts to navigate himself along the rutted, potholed track, that I realised this was our best ride yet. (Yes, going by other stories on ...
... s, Pizza Hut and KFC all next to each other and at that point I would be about 500m from the hotel. So I walked through three miles of prostitutes. A drunk white guy on his own. You can't even imagine how many approached me. Men, women, lady boys, fat ones, thin ones, midgets, yabba junkies and more. Every one off them seeing a potential customer. I found the right turn and after a while of wandering around I found the hotel. by the time I got back to the hotel I ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet