Prima Mansion

Address: 193 / 352 Soi Rungland South Pattaya Road, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 193 / 352 Soi Rungland South Pattaya Road, Pattaya, is near Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum), Koh Laan, Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, and Seafari Dive Center.
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Travel Blogs from Pattaya

Ko Kradan & Ko Mook

A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Feb 18, 2013

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... but it has a mini-bar which we are using as a shelf for the fan, and the mattress sits directly on the slat wood floor which you can see through to the ground about 3 feet below, but it is much softer than the last. The bamboo is in poor repair and quite green in some places, but the bathroom is better equipped having both a flushing toilet and a shower curtain. I have not seen a shower curtain in a very long time – most of the last few weeks ...

These Boots Are Made for Walking Street

A travel blog entry by icontact on Jan 17, 2013

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... and knocked on my door at around 8:30 a.m. and led me out to the street, where a compact car was waiting outside with a white foreigner (otherwise known as a "farang" in Thai) leaning up against the hood. He was talking to Jenika a bit when I said hello to him. He seemed pretty aloof, his shirt had something to do with being a vegetarian, his hair was long, grey and bedraggled, and he would go on and on about activist movements… all telltale signs of an old hippie, ...

Holla city of squala!

A travel blog entry by philandley on May 31, 2012

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A few days later we decided to visit Ko Samet, a little island about 50 miles out of Pattaya. It took us about 1 hour and a half to reach Phe, from where we jumped on a ferry to the island (2 return each). We stayed in some little huts which looked quite romantic from the outside but were scabby, grubby rooms inside. Shelly and I skillfully attemptrd to negotiate a discount and made a saving of 0%. The guy was a stone faced negotiator and would not budge from the 12 per ...

Reflections of a wanderluster...

A travel blog entry by turnernz on May 14, 2012

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... the incomparable frenzy that is traffic in Hanoi…

Once we reached the central train station we were told that we needed to catch the underground and then sky train to Victory Monument, where we could pick up an onward bus to Pattaya. This was a simple enough process and by 10am we were heading southbound out of Bangkok towards Pattaya in a minibus, together with a few Thais and two grey haired westerners with their ...

Pattaya: Russians, Beaches, Birds, and Sunsets

A travel blog entry by laura421 on Dec 07, 2011

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... tuk-tuk, and, on directions from a kind expatriate who lived nearby, I started walking up one of the side streets looking for the Shakespeare Hotel. I passed so many street vendors and stores, all selling tourist stuff at tourist prices, but didn't see the Shakespeare Hotel anywhere. So I kept on walking, around a corner, around another corner, heading back towards the beach. I asked another woman if she knew where the hotel was, and she ...