Eurasia Cha-am Lagoon

Address: 24/24 Bangkao, Cha-am, 76120 , Thailand | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 24/24 Bangkao, Cha-am, is near Wat Mongkonbophit, JEATH War Museum, Silom Village, and Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall.
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          • Swimming pool

          TravelPod Member ReviewsEurasia Cha-am Lagoon

          Reviewed by hanyii

          Good safe family hotel, big spaces, nice garden,

          Reviewed Apr 20, 2014
          by (4 reviews) , Hungary Flag of Hungary

          The Eurasi Cha-am Lagoon is an old traditional 100% beach Hotel. Old style, has planty of spaces, and big rooms. In the twin room, where we stayed both bad are 2*2 meter. The hotel is clean, but not renovated, everything looks old, but funcional okey.
          The pool is big, a bit green. The staffs not speak English, but so helpfull and nice. The beach is perfect, nobody was in the sea only us, in a 5 Km long full sand seaside. No crowd or sunshades meter by meter. The breakfast is eatable. Every day the same.
          The place absolutly safe, with very big tropical garden, and security staffs.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Eurasia Cha-am Lagoon

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

          Travel Blogs from Cha-am

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          A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 11, 2015

          1 photo

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          A travel blog entry by tmarts on Mar 29, 2015

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          Long trip, hard bed & a kidnapping.....

          A travel blog entry by laney182 on Feb 09, 2015

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          A travel blog entry by liz_h24 on Jan 12, 2015

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