- Room size (sqm): 41
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- Bathroom: 1
Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel & Resort
- 145Km from Bangkok (BKK) Airport
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
This 4 star hotel is located on the coastline of Pattaya and was established in 1990. It is close to the Jomtien Beach and the nearest station is Pattaya Station. The Hotel has a ... Continue reading
This 4 star hotel is located on the coastline of Pattaya and was established in 1990. It is close to the Jomtien Beach and the nearest station is Pattaya Station. The Hotel has a coffee shop, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre/gym. All 122 rooms are equipped with minibar, hairdryer, safe and air conditioning.
- Bowling alley
- Sauna (fees may apply)
- Hot tub (fees may apply)
- Massage (fees may apply)
- Spa treatments (fees may apply)
- Year of construction: 1990
- Number of floors (main building)
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- Bathroom: 1
- 24-hour reception
- Check-in hour from 14:00:00 to 00:00:00
- Check-out hour from 00:00:00 to 12:00:00
- Room service
- Laundry service
- Hotel safe
- Currency exchange facilities
- Lift access
To make booking a holiday at Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel & Resort in Pattaya easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel & Resort with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Pattaya, sited about 100 miles (160km) south of Bangkok, was once just a quiet coastal fishing town. Today it teems with holidaymakers, both local and foreign, and is packed with hotels, shops, restaurants and bars. The tourism boom came with the Vietnam War, when Pattaya was chosen as a popular venue for American GIs to enjoy some 'R&R'. The town has developed something of a reputation for sex tourism, an image it is trying to shake off, although most of the night-time entertainment is centred around spicy cabarets, massage parlours, go-go bars, and beer-bars with girls for hire. The town however, has a multitude of other attractions on offer, from its rather over-crowded and well-used beaches to some first-class restaurants, hundreds of recreational activities, bazaar-type markets, and excursions to nearby more peaceful spots and offshore islands.
Like any popular seaside holiday resort, Pattaya has plenty of activities to amuse and amaze, both in and out of the water. Among the most popular pursuits are bungy-jumping, paragliding, jet-skiing, scuba diving, golf, cycling, fishing and elephant rides. Visitors can also whizz round the track at the Pattaya Kart Speedway or try their hand at one of numerous indoor bowling alleys. Holidaymakers who enjoy soaking up local culture can sign up for yoga, tai chi or Thai boxing courses, take a Thai language or cookery course, or indulge in some relaxing spa treatments, massages or meditation groups.
Whether your taste runs to English fry-ups or enchiladas, holidaymakers will find it in Pattaya where a range of eateries from street vendors to top notch gourmet restaurants cover the international gamut of cuisines from every country. Not only is the choice vast, but the budget range too. For a pittance it is possible to dine on chicken fried rice or noodles from a streetside stall, or for a few hundred baht it is possible to go really upscale and dine in air-conditioned luxury at an elegant hotel restaurant, like the Empress of China on the top floor of the Dusit Resort Pattaya. Those intent on sticking to local cuisine will find plenty of mouth-watering Thai options everywhere they look; particularly recommended is fresh seafood, often available straight from a seawater tank.
Holidaymakers will note that much of Pattaya's nightlife revolves around the notorious local sex-oriented industry, particularly along famed Walking Street in the party zone between Soi 13 and Soi 16 in south Pattaya. This area is closed to traffic at night, and buzzes with dozens of beer-bars, go-go clubs, discos, Thai boxing matches and massage parlours, lit with brilliant neon. Around the beach road the scene is almost as hectic. Extravagant and flamboyant cabarets and drag shows are extremely popular all over the city. Gay-only bars are centred on an area known as Boyz Town. Those looking for some more traditional evening entertainment can kick up their heels at an Irish pub, like Shenanigans or Kilkenny's, or soak up some jazz at the Hopf Brewery on Beach Road.
Holidaymakers will find that shopping in Pattaya is fun and interesting with many bargains to be had, as is the case in most major centres in Thailand. The main shopping area is in the south around the large seaside hotels. Congregated here is a selection of jewellery stores, tailors, boutiques selling silk and cotton goods, and handcraft shops. The largest shopping complex is on North Pattaya Road, designed like a traditional night market and including a bazaar, handcraft centre and several bars and restaurants to complement the shops.
Pattaya is not the ideal destination for families as it has a reputation for sex tourism and many older male travellers come here searching for prostitutes and go-go girls.
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Hotel address : 408 Moo 12. Jomtien Beach Road,408, Pattaya, Thailand, 20260
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