Royal Cliff Beach Hotel
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... dry clothes in a matter of 100 metres got saturated again by the hordes of locals with buckets of water, big **** water pistols and hoses. Anyway back to the footy and the Pies are doing extremely well. I brag on FB that after the match, like the players I will go and get a good massage.
Speaking of Leos – not bottle opener. Bloody annoying; and I know the receptionist is out on the street thowing water and drinking ...
The funny thing is, the night before we left, I treated them to pizza. I have only seen a couple of pizza places in Cambodia. One was in Siem Reap and the other here in Battambang. The locals don't eat there much because of the cost. Villa and Samnang had never eaten there but knew what pizza tasted like, so we went. They ate the pizza with a knife and fork and couldn't believe I was eating it with my hands. They also put ketchup on it. I told them ...
... Wortley, it was hardly surprising to find that the suited English singer who would provide the evening’s entertainment was from a private education followed by the Royal Academy, rather than the mean streets/Borstal path of life. He sung his way through 45 minutes of classical songs, songs from musicals and a few original numbers with an impressively powerful voice. It transpired that he had just finished recording an album ...
... we wanted to go, to see if we could squeeze in. Eventually a bit after 2pm the lady at the gate said we could go on through when I showed the tickets. When we got on the bus there were no two seats together. The guy on the bus checked our tickets then moved an obvious ladyboy out of his/her seat so Ryan and i could sit together there. The bus ride was about 2 hours but this time I didn't have to face the icky toilet. When we arrived in Bangkok there ...
... a man opens a big black door and tells me to go in, the women shouts up, has anyone got any mobiles or cameras? We looked at her and said yeah, I looked back at this man and could hear music and see flashing lights and I just said "what the hell have we paid for girls?" Gemma started saying to the women bus to Phuket? No show, we want bus. The women just looked at us really bewildered, we said we paid for bus to Phuket, she said no we don’t do buses. It all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Historical Traveler Reviews Royal Cliff Beach Hotel Pattaya
I stayed here for 10 nights and cannot recommend this place enough. The friendly and helpful staff could not do enough for us through our entire stay. The restaurants had a range of food that would suit all tastes and prices ranges. I left this hotel totaly relaxed and ready for our long flight home.
Firstly I cannot believe some of the other reviews that this hotel is getting. Compared to many hotels that I have stayed in the UK it is excellent and miles ahead.
I have stayed at the Royal Cliff on several occasions, most recently in the Royal cliff Beach terrace wing last week.It had been 2 years since my previous stay and, whilst I found the hotel excellent in the past I was disapointed this time.The rooms in the Terrace wing are now really outdated and becoming quite shabby. Plumbing noises from adjoining and higher rooms are atrocious. We were woken at least 5 times every evening by the antiquated system (and we are not light sleepers). Service is not quite up to the previous standard. The Royal Beach now seems to cater predominantly to Russian tourists. Not quite the same atmosphere as before. No longer value for the money in my opinion.
We stayed at the Royal Cliff beach resort for four weeks, we had originally booked to go to Phuket on 1st January 2005, but this changed after the tsunami. So we got to know the hotel quite well. Very large hotel and quite impersonal. Never really felt at home there. Extremely expensive for food and drinks (by Thai standards) and spent a large time working out how not to spend too much (breakfast costs the earth) also felt that as most of the guests were Russian and they spend a lot, that we British were not considered as important!!
This is the first time that we have been in Thailand. It won't be the last. The Resort was excellent. The staff were very friendly and efficient. We would certainly recommend this resort to anyone to stay. We had a great time at this Hotel complex and we will hopefully spend our holiday there again at the later part of the year.
Great place, great servive
I recentely (2 - 10 January 05) enjouyed a most beautifull holiday with my family at this Resort.
The facilities are world class, they have over 10 restaurants to select from all of which deliver 5* service.
We found the rooms to be well furnished and well maintained.
We have experienced no problems whatsoever and i can without doubt recomend this hotel to anybody whom need to experience sure luxury at an affordable prize
We had booked a Family Suite booking in Pattaya at Royal Cliff Beach Resort for the new year holiday.
If you never wanted to leave your hotel then staying at the Royal Cliff this wouldn't be a problem. The place is really a resot of 4 hotels and a convention centre and has everything, 10 restaurants, a 24 hr coffee shop, hairdressers/barbers, spa, bakery, tailors, limosine serice, gym, putting green as well as a program of organised activities sich as tennis and aerobic and demonstrations of crafts and other activities.
If carlsberg ran hotels they would all be like the Royal Cliff
I have made numerous trips to Pattaya since the 1980's. In the last two years I have stayed at the Royal Cliff. It is simply the best hotel I have ever stayed in anywher in the world. Nothing is too much for the staff, they are hell bent on making you enjoy your stay. It also knocks the other hotels into a cocked hat in the quiet season by its special deals.
Treat yourself - give it a try.