Star Hotel

Address: 109 Trade Center Lane 4, Sukhumvit Road, Rayong, 21000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 109 Trade Center Lane 4, Sukhumvit Road, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Star Hotel Rayong

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    Travel Blogs from Rayong

    Stopover Dave & Noy's

    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Oct 26, 2014

    7 photos

    ... where we all picked our favourite 60ft $100mil yacht. Dream on guys!! Dave then drove us to his hidden treasure back-blocks beach bar/restaurant, but as there was a monster of a storm brewing we decided to take a couple of pics and move on. A wander around a huge Home Works store which had everything, and more filled in nicely till lunch. We reckoned that we wouldn't get many nice steak meals ...

    From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

    A travel blog entry by sophie-rich on Oct 24, 2012

    3 photos

    ... was easily the hardest thing either of us had done physically and in those few days it really showed.

    And so, here we are. On a quiet beach on the relatively undeveloped Koh Samet just two hours drive from Bangkok. Blue skies, gorgeous sun and the sea lapping not 10 metres away. Peace and quiet and much needed rest for both of us. For 8 days we will rest here before returning to Bangkok and our plane back to the UK and a month or so which our families. Heaven - or is it? I am ...

    Life's A Beach

    A travel blog entry by peterandmelissa on Feb 15, 2012

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... of fun to watch and happened every night we were there.

    Because it was the Chinese New Year we also saw many lanterns being lit and set to the sky. It's traditional in Thailand to make a wish, and even write in on your lantern, then send it off in the night so that your wish will come true. Peter and I have always wanted to try this, so we were really excited to finally get the chance. We learned that in China people don't typically light the same types ...

    The Island of Steve Thailer

    A travel blog entry by mellymcphail on May 26, 2011

    1 comment

    ... onto a rickety old wooden fishing boat which is painted the most vibrant turquoise and with that being my favourite colour I don't really think too much about it sinking unlike Phidel. It takes me ages to even jump onto the boat as it a foot away from the pier and I feel like a right gormless tool once I see everyone else step on, with ease.

    A few Thai families get on, a geeky looking man with glasses with a strikingly broad Thai woman, another geeky ...

    My Tropical Island Weekend Getaway

    A travel blog entry by straykat6 on Mar 05, 2011

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... minute cab ride as close as I could get, I climbed down a muddy hill to arrive at Ao Nuan. The guest house was exactly as it was described, set among dense jungle foliage on a small, quiet beach cove. Except... it was almost too quiet, I all of sudden felt. There was a group of three European couples sitting around a table drinking beer and smoking cigarettes... and that was it. But I figured I'd check out the room and decide what to do from there. The ...