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We love the Four Seasons Place Hotel in Pattaya and stay very frequently! We also can advise hat many other of our friends and new friends we made at the hotel are returning guests which of course speaks for the fine quality of this wonderful...More
This was our first time at Four Seasons and wouldn't hesitate to go back. Our Junior Suite was clean,airy and very comfortable. It had a kitchen with large refridgerator, microwave, kettle and hob. Plus the wi-fi worked perfectly in our room. For what we paid...More
This is my 5th trip to Thailand. The biggest asset of this hotel - spacious rooms and a kitchenette if you like to fix some food. I have to urge you though that it is a city hotel, not a resort. Great for staying several...More
Rooms are quite spaced out.. Breakfast was good enough..pool is good but no sun coming in which was quite a turn off..
Best was the hotel provides you a drop when ever you wana go to walking street or beach or where ever..a lil far...More
Very nice and comfortable hotel in a quiet place. If you want to stay in vibrant Pattaya but still keep your privacy it's the right place for you. There is a kitchen and a big fridge in the room. 7-11 is just round the corner....More
US$44 - US$352 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#17 Romantic Hotel in Pattaya
#33 Spa Hotel in Pattaya
#46 Luxury Hotel in Pattaya
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Yes no problem she just need to show ID card or passport at the reception make sure you book a room for two and when she leave if she leave by herself they will give you a call to know if is ok with you.
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"better to spend extra 5 bucks on one bedroom suites (91 sq)"