LK Royal Suite
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Photos of LK Royal Suite
TripAdvisor Reviews LK Royal Suite Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... everyone with others smearing talcum powder over you and some other type of grey sludge. I understand Song Kran is the celebration of the Thai new Year over a 5 day period from 11-17 April. I read in the news later that during that 5 days celebration across the country there were 248 killed and 2,643 people injured, mainly regarding motorcycle incidents. Its certainly off its face with fun and frivolity. I did notice the locals drinking ...
... family run business with low prices, large, comfortable modern aircon rooms with a pool, gym, restaurant everything you could need. There are bikes to hire to explore the local villages and town. There is also some nightlife, a few pubs, bars, clubs, night markets and live music to be ...
... due to our lack of sleep the previous night! This morning we drove down to Pattaya with Alex and Steve. The condo is amazing! Beautiful sea views from the balcony and 4 double en suite bedrooms. Theres also 2 infinity pools where Emilie and I had some time to chill out. This evening we had a BBQ out on the balcony, taking in the sea air and views, watching the sun go down. Feels very surreal to be ...
... foreplay - we both knew I was going to get screwed for some cash but had to go through the motions:
Po Po: “Whose bike is this?” [The actual answer to this is I have no idea - I think it’s a guy called Jake’s who lives in Luton Town Village, but who I’ve never met. I decided against honesty]
Nicholas: “It’s my father-in laws.” [Two lies in six words. Good work]
... huge difference to the city compared to Pattaya. We were unsure why our travel agent sent us away from Bangkok for the few nights but Pattaya was still an experience! At the bus station in Bangkok we grabbed a taxi. We did it off meter which we learnt later we shouldn't do. It felt good to finally be in a car again but when I went to put my seatbelt on I realized there was nothing to click it into. People don't wear seatbelts and don't wear helmets ...