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This is a new hotel in Cha-am. It is far from town and difficult to get transportation. The beach is across the small street from the hotel and is not special. The hotel has a nice swimming pool but a very tiny gym. Breakfast is...More
We ended up here by chance. We were supposed to be staying on Koh Samet but the hotel we were booked into started some building work so our agent found us this hotel as an alternative. We're glad they did because we had a great...More
US$58 - US$86 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I have a vehicle so out of the way is not an issue. Quite honestly the sovereign is remote it is at the far end of the beach road. That being said it has tranquility but if you are looking for a run to 7/11 you... More
I have a vehicle so out of the way is not an issue. Quite honestly the sovereign is remote it is at the far end of the beach road. That being said it has tranquility but if you are looking for a run to 7/11 you would need to order a taxi bike. Also most seafood beachside under sunbrellas are at the oposite end of the beach road again you can walk the 1 or 2 km or so but taxi would be the way to go. From the hotel to Hua Hin it is a 20 to 30 minute drive if the meter was running it would likely cost about 400 baht but in a tourist destination it may be much much higher.
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