Woodlands Resort Pattaya

Address: 164/1 Moo 5, Pattaya-Naklua Rd, Pattaya, 20150, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 164/1 Moo 5, Pattaya-Naklua Rd, Pattaya, is near Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya Beach, Jomtien Beach, and Mini Siam and Mini Europe.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKendal House Towcester

    Reviewed by samestars

    Ничего особенного, удобный.

    Reviewed Oct 12, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Russia Flag of Russia

    Староват, номера простые. Расположение достаточно удобное, до фонтана с дельфинами не далеко. Удобно добираться в центр.
    У корпуса, который стоит вдоль дороги ужасная слышимость с улицы Наклыа, а она шумная, всю ночь слышала визги.
    Территория приятная, зеленая, хороший бассейн. До пляжа нужно пройтись, который ближе всего грязноват и погановат.

    Я туда не ходила, по отзывам соседей.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Kendal House Towcester

    Beautiful Property !

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    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 !

    Fantastic resort!

    from

    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.

    Pleasant Resort

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    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.

    Good but with a nasty sting

    from

    Resort is well situated in North Pattaya with a nice pool

    Rooms are a reasonable size though TV reception is intermitant.

    Breakfast is very good with a choice of both Western and Thai dishes.

    The only downside was with some of the Housekeeping quality and attitude ( no hot water. towels not changed, no alarm calls etc).

    When we unpacked, a tube of glue which had been damaged in transit leaked onto the top of the TV ( about 1 cm by 1cm). We had not even noticed until we were visted at night by the Head of Housekeeping who demanded an arbitrary 2000 Baht as a penalty. We advised her we would remove the dried glue instead and duly did so. However on checking out, she claimed that it had left a stain on the top of the TV and would now charge us an arbitrary 1000 baht, after an hours discusion she called the Police and we were threatend with arrest; We paid to avoid more inconvenience. This left us with a very poor end to our stay.

    Once again we very much regret to see that these guests had a unpleasant experience upon check-out but the hotel cannot be held responsible with the guests action and cannot accept such negative comments to be posted. We hope that readers will understand our position. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to clarify the situation.

    The Management

    Great Hotel

    from

    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.

    Amlad

    Nice hotel in a sleazy town

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    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.

    The hotel itself was lovely. At first we were given a standard room which was a bit dark and dingy so we enquired if we could upgrade to a superior room. The superior rooms are in their own block just by the lagoon pool which is the best pool out of the 2 pools the hotel has.

    We were given a room which had it's own entrance from the balcony leading into the pool. The room was beautiful- 10/10. It was clean, modern, spacious and bright.

    The lagoon pool at this hotel was lovely. The hotel has a gym too but this was rather small with not much machinery. The hotel also has a bakery at the enrance where you can buy big tasty sandwiches and lovely cakes.

    I did like this hotel but I did not like Pattaya. If you are a bloke then you will love Pattaya as there are loads and loads and loads of women willing to throw themselves at you. However, I found it really off putting walking along the street when all the Thai girls were eyeing up my boyfriend and I kept on seeing men my Granda's age walking along the street hand in hand with girls my age (mid 20's).

    If you are a young couple looking for a romantic break DO NOT COME TO PATTAYA. It is a bloke's playground and I found the the thing quite sickening!

    Lovely Hotel

    from

    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.

    An oasis

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    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.

    Cant fault this hotel

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    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!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kendal House Towcester

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    Travel Blogs from Pattaya

    A meeting place

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jan 05, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... and sleaze around us didn’t matter – in fact it just added to the atmosphere! We met up with some of New’s friends on the second night (our main reason for making Pattaya our meeting place), and the rest of the time was spent lounging by the pool, taking a dip when it got overbearingly hot, in between a massage or a beer.

    And so, if nothing else, Pattaya turned out to be the perfect meeting place. And that’s all I have to say about that! ...

    Kratie

    A travel blog entry by gem_marc on Nov 25, 2014

    It was an uncomfortable yet stable journey and 6 hours later we arrived in Kratie, but with one problem, no money. We weren't concerned, there's ATM's all over Cambodia. Or not. After searching for 20 minutes we were still at a loss we were directed to one that would not accept any of our 3 cards but accepted the guys behind us. Panic. By the time we found money we were sweating our heads off, Kratie was warm! We climbed aboard the small boat that would take us across ...

    Bye Bye Bri

    A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Nov 04, 2013

    7 comments, 10 photos

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    It's 420

    A travel blog entry by joefeather on Apr 20, 2012

    12 photos

    ... to meet Lamai since I hadn't seen
    her in over six months. I called Song Kran and told her that I wasn't
    going to see her and why. She was totally cool with that. I went
    swimming in the ocean and started playing with a bunch of local kids,
    who were working me for money like professionals. I got a nice room
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    Glad we crashed the wedding...

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Mar 03, 2012

    2 photos

    ... have sought to remedy that over the past few days, at least in part. This has been limited to attempting to regulate my exercise regime, which now consists of 50 press ups and 40 lengths of the shortish pool each morning and 40 "laps" of the compound driveway in the evening when the temperature has dropped a touch. Like the pool, the driveway is relatively short, no more than 100 metres at most and running up and down it is slightly monotonous, but ...