Woodlands Resort Pattaya
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Today we were up at 8am to catch our minibus to Pattaya. We checked out of the hostel, had some breakfast and waited for our pick up. It was a really nice day again and the sun was shining. We were ready for some beach action. We tipped the hostel worker 50baht for bringing us our breaky and he seemed genuinely shocked and tried to give it back. It's nice that someone really appreciates a tip as opposed to the cab drivers who rip you off and demand a tip. I think we have ...
... the remainder of the day to addressing my fairly unacceptably “relaxed” stomach, testament to my sampling of a large quantity of the finest beers the region has to offer (Beer Laos is number one for me) during our seven week travels. Sacrifices will need to be made in this constant battle against middle aged spread and it may be the time in life to turn my back permanently on amber nectar in favour of less calorific excelsiors, we shall see…
... shower area. We had all little soaps and things and I already eyed out a little ceramic box I want to take home but probably shouldn't. On the little tray with the box and soaps was a beautiful purple and white fresh orchid. Everything was really nice but I was debating whether it not it was nicer than the Singapore hotel. We quickly got changed into some shorts and walking shoes to head down to check out the busy street beneath us by the beach. We wandered down the ...
... I had also heard a story of someone being given a beautiful Golden Retriever, and purposefully depriving it of water. The dog later went blind and was re-homed. This is reflective of the hierarchal system in Thailand, Women are second-class citizens, disabled people are looked-down upon and there are no wheelchair ramps anywhere, and animals are treated very badly. Unusual in a Buddhist country, a religion that promotes peace ...
... 8217;t like pad Thai?” I said, no they did, but that she didn’t need to bring us food. She said, “mai pen rai” and showed up today with three orders of pad Thai, some fried sticky rice dessert thing that I told her before I really enjoyed, and three orders of a traditional Thai dessert that was a bunch of fruit, corn, and jello-y Thai dessert in coconut milk (it tastes a lot better than it sounds). She sent a student to get us ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Woodlands Resort Pattaya
Beautiful Property !
We spent 4 nights at the Woodland late August. Fantastic resort ! Beautiful property, extremely clean & wonderfully designed. The buffet breakfast had a wonderful selection. Food quality excellent in the restaurant & if you want room service. Loved the location. Quiet , private & peaceful, but just a couple of minutes away from the strip by bike ( which you can hire right across the road).
Really regret they don't have the deluxe pool rooms available in December when we wanted to take the kids.
Great place to go !
A peaceful place to relax. Absolutely safe and clean. My wife and I enjoyed the stay very much. Breakfast was one of the best we have had. Location a bit far from walking street but pretty close to big c. Recommended for couples and families with children. Go for the deluxe rooms, they are worth it.
Stayed at the Woodlands 5 nights and location is ideal as not too far from all activites and at the same time not right in the middle of it. Ideal to take a good rest. In-room Internet connection is fast enough to do your business and staff are all very friendly. Breakfast is in path with other 4 stars hotel. To summarize: Highly recommended.
Resort is well situated in North Pattaya with a nice pool
Great hotel, great staff and great service. Can't find anything to complain about. Hotel has been fully renovated and you can really feel that it has been well thought to provide all the best to the hotel guests. Wonderful 2 swimming pools. Will be back to the Woodlands for sure.
My partner and I travelled to Thailand in May 2004. We stayed in Bangkok for 3 nights then travelled to Pattaya for 8 nights where we stopped at The Woodlands Resort.
Just returned home after touring Thailand and this hotel was the best by far.Highly recommend an upgrade to the superior rooms which have their own balcony to the pool.Staff were very friendly and rooms very clean.
have just returned from an 11 night stay at the woodlands resort, it was a real oasis from the lively streets of pattaya. i stayed in a standard room which was clean and comfortable and nicely decorated. the gardens around the hotel gave it a real tropical feel , the staff were all freindly and really made me feel at home, i highly reccomend this hotel.
Really nice and quiet hotel, stayed here in Dec 2003 in a superior room which appeared to be either completely refurbished or new and very very clean. Maid service was excellent, they came into the room every day and every evening to make the beds and tidy up and put a flower on our pillows too! Lovely pool which slopes down to look like a beach, has a swim up bar and 'jacuzzi' type seating. Comfy sunbeds with excellent waiter service and good food (reasonably priced for a hotel) and friendly staff. Theres a small beach about 5-10mins walk away which is ok and very quiet, but best is Rayong, a short taxi ride away. You can get to Pattaya centre by baht bus, from about 20baht each (depending on how full it is) which is very lively and perfect if you want nightlife and only takes 5mins. And if your British and craving traditional food by the end of your holiday, the Pig & Whistle pub is the place to go!