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Hotels Restaurants Transport  - Pattaya 

 

GUIDE only :

 

Use the information below as a guide only.

It will be helpful in getting you started.

I personally visit Thailand as much as possible , and then update the info below. Otherwise updates are based on proven reliable sources.
 

 

WARNING :  

1. Songkran : Do not travel to Pattaya , or anywhere else in Thailand for that matter , during Songkran Water (New Year) Festival. It affects Pattaya ... 13th to 19th April every year. Google , just in case of date change. Very few Pattaya ladies on offer during the water wars. They go back to their home province to celebrate New Year or stay indoors (Pattaya) during this 'wet' period. Few days before 13th girls might head off for home province , and a few days after 19th they might have returned from home province. Best to have your sex business done and dusted one week before 13th April for maximum choice of girls.

2. Jet Ski's : Do NOT hire a jet ski in Pattaya. Big scam , cost you a lot of money , Police are supporting the scammers. You have been warned !

 

Low Season/High Season :

Different folks will quote different dates. High season approx Dec to March. At its very peak Dec-Feb. Approx May to Oct is low season. High season hotels often charge more for their rooms , and it's possibly difficult to get a room. Full on action eg Dec/Jan and full on display of girls. Really any time is a good time. Low season has its advantages too , less guys , girls more hungry ($) , lower costs. Anytime is a good time , except Songkran (see info above).

 

Transport from Bankgok Airport (SUV) :

 

If any doubts, ask at Airport Information desk (AI) Bangkok (SUV). They are located at a number of points on various levels of the airport.

You arrive at Level 2 (Bangkok Airport)
 

BUS to Pattaya.

NOTE : Taxi (info below) is quicker than bus. And Bell Bus service (see below) is best way of going by bus.

I arrived at SUV around midnight and did not want to wait until 8am for the first Bell Bus Service. So I caught the government bus service to Pattaya , 6.45am. Terrible , I'd wait for the 8am Bell next time. But if like me you can not wait for Bell (see below) the following will help you re Govt bus.

Government Bus (yellow) to Pattaya : Schedule ... 6.45am 9.15am 1.15pm 5.15pm. This schedule can change without notice. Level 1 (ground floor) is where you will see between Exit 7 and Exit 8 (inside) a Govt bus booth , inside the terminal. Believe you can buy the ticket there and be picked up there , Baht120 , Baht 90 mins approx. I went ahead to the Govt Bus Station nearby via the free shuttle , thinking I might get an earlier bus. Not so. You exit number 8 turn left and walk down to a sign. This sign is in front of a brick building with a green sign above its entrance. You will see others congregating around here , close to footpath , for the free shuttle. Not the little table for Mini Van to Don Muang to the left and not the "Airport Express" booth which is straight ahead as you exit 8. You can always ask Airport Express booth where is bus stop for govt bus station. When travelling overseas , dont be scared to "ask". 

After 10 mins or so you arrive at Govt Bus Station. There is a small Information Desk at this station , english speaking lady. Ask her where you buy ticket for Pattaya etc. I found the govt staff bad mannered and not interested in providing service to foreigners. When we got to Pattaya they dumped us on the road , miles from my destination. I had to pay another Baht100 to a Songthaew (pick up) to get to where I was staying. The Govt Bus service is an unsatisfactory way of getting to Pattaya. They dont like foreigner passengers (my experience).

BELL BUS service Website : belltravelservice.com (Phone 02.7474675 or 038.370055)

This is the only satisfactory way of getting to Pattaya by bus from SUV. Schedule : 8am 10 am 12noon 2pm 4pm and 6pm. Only problem first bus not until 8am. This schedule of course can change without notice , check ... belltravelservice.com    If you can not wait for that then you might consider a taxi (see below). Bus : Level 1 (ground floor)  between Exit 7 and Exit 8 (indoors) , closer to Exit 7 (inside terminal) , for Bell Bus. They do not have a regular booth , just put a sign on a stand an hour or so before first bus leaves. Folks sit on nearby seats until Bell Bus people arrive. Hop on their bus and away you go , Baht200 , 90 min trip approx. Best part is , on arrival at Northern Bus Station (called "Air Con Bus Station" by locals) , around 1.5hrs after leaving Bangkok , you transfer to a Bell Bus Mini Van which takes you to your specific place of accommodation at no extra charge , not dumped on the side of the road like the Govt bus people do. Bell are geared for , and happy to service , english speaking tourists , govt bus service is not geared for , or happy servicing foreigners. 

Even with the best bus service , your hanging around waiting for the bus to arrive (Airport) , then at Pattaya you have to get your bags out and put in Mini Van , then go hotel hopping all over the place dropping off other bus passengers , until they get to your specific hotel. Your only going to save about U$30/35 this way. I did not catch the taxi on arrival at SUV cause it would have got me in Pattaya around 2/2.30am and I had no hotel booking. Dont like the idea of walking around a red light district with all my valuables at that hour of the morning , especially when katoeys (robbers) are around. Add to that I would have had to pay for a whole day , even though I would only be in the room for about 8/9hrs. Getting there in a hurry just to fall asleep : ) Note : I did just that next trip , caught a taxi and arrived in Pattaya at 2/2.30am. No problem that time , might do it again : )

Internet bus info : 1. belltravelservice.com 2. And possibly (sent in by a reader) , you can get updates on bus departures , prices etc http : //pattayabus.com/en/route_schedule.htm  
 

TAXI to Pattaya

NOTE : Taxi is the quickest way to Pattaya. No waiting for buses at Bangkok and taxi takes you direct to your Pattaya hotel , without the bus hassles.

Baht1100 : You can arrange taxi before arrival at Bangkok Airport as follows : 1. Email : Mr TTaxi@hotmail.com and arrange driver to meet you , any hour of the day or night , on arrival. Mongers report this service reliable. I have not tried it , might one day , Baht1100 incl's tolls , or 2. pattaya-taxi.com (Mr T's once again) and/or pattayataxi.info  , where you can organise via email a taxi before you take off on your trip , advising taxi co'y your flight number etc. They meet you at Exit 3 (Level 2 , arrival level) , holding up sign with your name on it. Believe its Baht1100 including tolls (Bt65 ?) .. good deal. Add Baht100 tip if good driver. Reliable , but if not there , catch regular taxi mode as explained below (Baht1050). Ditto I have not tried.2. (Mr T) either. 

Or , if like me , you ignore above procedure and catch taxi on arrival at Bangkok Airport as follows :

Note ... Avoid any touts/rip off artists approaching you inside or outside the airport re taxi's to Pattaya (Bangkok or any where else).

Ground level taxi .....

You arrive at level 2.

Ground level ... Make your way down to the ground floor level , ignore any touts that might approach you , and head to the airport (govt) taxi stand , located between Exit 7 and Exit 8 doors.  Where you pay Bt1050 (incl's airport tax of Bt50) and issued with a 'taxi ticket'. Keep this coupon , do not surrender to driver , its your copy. He gets another copy. Your copy has car number , phone number to report any driver problems (unlikely) etc. No probs if you keep your copy , maybe hassle/s if you surrender your copy to driver. On top of the Bt1050 you will have to pay nominal toll fees , say Bt65 in total.
 

Alternatively :

Level.2. taxi ......

For some strange reason this alternative way costs Bt1500 up front incl. the Bt65 toll fee. Next time I am going to query this and say "Downstairs , Bt1050 plus Bt65 toll fee". Thats what you should be paying. If they do not budge , go downstairs for taxi , cause the booth on level.2. must be ripping off customers to the extent of Bt300 approx. Sucker tourists , fresh off the plane , first time in Thailand pay it , no doubt. 

So , you arrive on Level 2 , taxis also depart from that same level. Pass through Exit 3 or Exit 10 , where you will find an official taxi ticket booth outside near the footpath. This is where you purchase a "taxi ticket" . Should be same as ground level , that is , Bt1050 (incl's airport tax) , but as I said before , they try for Bt1500 plus Bt65 to driver for tolls. Keep your copy of the taxi ticket , other copy goes to driver. If necessary , see Bangkok Hotels page for more re taxi tickets. This is the way I travelled last trip. Smooth as silk. 

Or ...

If you go to upstairs to Departures , no booth , no ticket , and offer Bt1000 to the first taxi you see , but maybe not so safe/sure that way. Also I believe airport authorities are making it difficult for folks to do it this way nowadays. Think you will have to add the Bt65 tolls on top of that (see above). I would go via taxi ticket booth ground floor level (Baht1050).Taxi's take about 1.5hrs (130kms ?) to get to Pattaya , depending on traffic conditions.  Departures way is for those with some experience of Thailand , not for newbies. Even then , I dont use it .... for me a hassle that way , backtracking to Departures etc  : )

Helicopter to Pattaya : Multi national , global conglomerate .. whorist.com will be offering this service in the distant future ... very distant : )

 

Transport from Bangkok City itself (not the Airport)
 

1. Taxi
 

If you tell the driver to use the meter it should cost Baht 1000 approx , including cost of Tolls. It will take less than 2 hours, if the driver takes the new expressway/tollway. However , if you ask "how much" = who knows how much he will sting you , could be anything from Baht 1200 - 1500 : ) Tourist Info Office , eg at Nana Station might be able to help in this regard and others. For some strange reason I feel more comfortable catching the bus from Bangkok. But in recent years I prefer to go to Pattaya 1st ex Airport ,  then back track to Bangkok , not the other way around. Start south (Pattaya) , then north to Bangkok , then even further north to Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai , maybe. 
 

2. Mini Van
 

When younger I went by Mini Van once or twice , but not any more , found it  too arduous.

Not even value for those on a tight budget. See "Bus" info below.

If you still want to go by mini van this is the only info I have for you ...... "Ex your Hotel Bt250/350 on average. Make arrangements via your Hotel Front Desk. Some times they take an hour to pick up all the other passengers at various Bangkok Hotels before they actually depart Bangkok City itself. Once they have left the city limits it takes about 2hrs to arrive at Pattaya. One of the advantages of the mini van over the Ekemai Bus is , the mini van picks you up at your front door and drops you off at your Pattaya Hotel front door. See below 'On arrival at Pattaya'. The biggest disadvantage of the Mini Van : its the slowest most long circuited way of getting to Pattaya.
 

3. Bus (ex Bangkok City itself) -
 

First preference : Bell bus service. Check their website : belltravelservice.com    for timetable , location of depot etc.See notes above catching same bus ex airport for more details about this preferred company. On arrival at Pattaya depot their mini van takes you to your hotel. Forget 2nd preference , below , unless of course their website tells you their depot is not convenient to get to. Note : Government bus depot , Ekemai (below) , is reasonably convenient to get to ex my Soi3/4 accommodation reco's.  

Second preference : Government bus service , viz ....  Catch a taxi to Ekemai Bus Station (or alternatively BTS/Sky Train to Ekemai Train Station) From Ekemai bus terminal  - Air con express buses leave every 30 mins 24 hours a day, 6am to 11pm. Enter the Terminal itself and buy your ticket from the very first ticket booth on your right , booth number 32. Hope its still the same booth , otherwise just ask at any window "Pattaya". Costs around 125 Baht and takes just around two hours to get to Pattaya (varies according to traffic conditions) Your seat number is on the back of the seat you actually sit in. If your a big guy , buy two tickets so you can stretch out a bit (still cheap). This way involves a bit of lugging your bags around. From Pattaya Bus Terminal , you catch a communal open aired pick up utility called 'Baht Bus' or more correctly 'Songthaew' (Song-tow .... tow and in towel : ). It will charge you Baht20/30 to share the ride to yours and others Hotels. At Pattaya terminal look around for people placing their bags and themselves on these communal taxis (Songthaew). They are heading the same way as you are. Note : 1. I have not travelled this way for some time. Hope info is still useful. 2. Forget it , travel "1st preference" way (Bell bus).

On arrival at Pattaya -
 

If you arrive in Pattaya by taxi/limousine or Mini Van you will have no problems cause you will be dropped at the front door of your Hotel. If arriving by Government bus from Ekemai Station , you will have to catch a Songthaew (Communal pickup type Taxi , also called Baht Bus) to Pattaya proper. This will cost you around Baht20/30 (Communal - sharing). You will not necessarily be dropped at a spot convenient to your Hotel. And you might have to wait for a while whilst others get dropped off at their hotels. Enquire before hand. Fingers crossed he understands you : ) If you want a Songthaew to yourself and can find one out on the street empty with little chance of passengers , 60/80 Baht should get you to your destination , if not at front door , very close to front door of hotel , with no picking up of passengers along the way. They will try for Bt100 : )

If arriving on Bell Bus  , they transfer you to their Mini Van which then takes you to your specific hotel. Check that before you buy the ticket. More info on this smooth no hassles way , in Bangkok Basics notes (Hotels/Restaurants etc). I prefer to go to Pattaya ex Bangkok Airport (SUV) and on the Bell Bus if their schedule fits mine. Otherwise Baht1050 taxi ex Airport. Then visit Bangkok on way back from Pattaya.

Transport within Pattaya - (a) Songthaew - a covered utility/pick up with bench seats each side. Baht 10 regular trip (Falangs/Foreigners .... locals : Baht 7). Communal (sharing). Before getting in you must clarify with driver whether he can drop you off at your destination. That is , is he going your way ? If he quotes a silly price he is thinking you want the Songthaew to yourself. Say "Tammada" (Tumma-dah) = not special trip , willing to share. If your not willing to share , want the Songthaew to yourself it'll cost ya anything from 60 to 100 Baht.

(b) Motorbike taxi's are better, in that they will drop you right at the specific spot you want to go to without stopping anywhere along the way. Cost a little more than the 10Baht trips (Songthaew) , Baht30/40 for regular trips , but if you don't know your way around they are the best 'taxi' to catch. They will drive slowly and carefully if you request them too ("cha cha - khrup" : )

(c) Sedan Taxis ... A new development , apparently lime green in colour. Word has it they do not use meters and charge a minimum of Baht100. Myself , even at 76yrs of age , I use the motorbike taxis. Quick , cheap , and safe is you say to driver : "Cha Cha Khrup" (slow please). 

Returning to Bangkok City or SUV Airport :
 

1. Taxi :

You can use the 'email' taxi people described above , or ....

To Bangkok City (not SUV airport) : Costs slightly more than Airport. Apparently there is a Taxi Stand on 2nd Rd , between Soi 8 and Soi.7. I have seen them at other spots along 2nd road too. If you say 'meter' to taxi driver = around 800 plus toll fees of Bt125 (to Bangkok City , not Airport). Four seperate tolls in all , totalling Bt125. Took me 2hrs last time , Pattaya to Soi3/4.  If you do not specify 'meter' they will quote Baht1000 or more plus tolls. Thats what happened to me , on one trip : ) The only problem with this way , you can not be sure there will be a taxi at the stand when you arrive via Songthaew (communal taxi truck) with your bag/s. Maybe when doing the deal , tell driver he has to take you back to your hotel , throw bags in and off. Maybe throw in an extra Baht50 for that ? 

Taxi to SUV Airport : You can get a return trip from , Pattaya to SUV , by taxi for Bt800 at the taxi stand in 2nd Street Pattaya plus Bt65 toll. Some Hotels sell a Bt850 taxi ticket , eg Lek Hotel does. Ask at your hotel Front Desk. I think you have to pay Baht65 tolls on top of that too , not sure. Confirm on purchase. Otherwise , enquire at one of the many travel agents in Pattaya , where you will most probably pay a little more yet again.

Me , I would catch pattaya motorbike taxi , tell him "want taxi to bangkok" he will know where taxis are ... get off motorbike , get in taxi , back to hotel , pick up bags and off you go. 

 

2. Bus :
 

To Bangkok City (not airport) : If returning to Bangkok city itself and not the airport : The Bus Station in Pattaya is some distance past Big C and not far from Thai Air Ofc. Baht 120 to Bangkok , govt air con express bus. Buses every 30 mins. 

Doubt if 20 Baht Communal Songthaew pickup taxi would get you to the Bus Station , more likely 30/40Baht. Ask for "Air con bus station" , alternatively , "Bus station Bangkok" , to get right one.  If you want Songthaew to go direct to bus station express , without picking up other passengers = Bt100 possibly. Enquire at the Pattaya TAT (Tourist Authority Thailand) Office in Beach Road , re this and any other queries you may have. In Bangkok get out of Bus at Ekemai Bus Station and walk short metres to Ekemai Sky Train service. Otherwise catch a taxi to your Bangkok accommodation.

Bus to Airport (SUV) : I would catch the Bell Bus at the "Air Con Bus Station". They pick you up outside your hotel in a van firstly , no need to hassle with Songthaews. Baht200 for ticket to SUV. Takes about 1 hr to SUV. Your Front Desk would be able to get latest schedule , might go something like this : 6am , 9am , 11am , 1pm , 3pm , 5pm , 7pm. Alternatively get a copy of schedule when you arrive at Bell Bus spot at SUV (see Bangkok Basics notes ... Hotels etc) or when you arrive at Bus Station in Pattaya itself.

Bell Bus to Bangkok City (not airport) : Baht400. See info above re alternative government bus to Bangkok City Baht120. Maybe on arrival in Bangkok City , Bell Bus transfer you to a mini van and take you to your specific hotel , all inclusive Bt400 ? Enquire their Pattaya ticket Office. Their website : belltravelservice.com         Myself , if going to Bangkok city itself I would catch a metered taxi. See info above. 

 

3. Mini Van service.
 

Note : I would never consider this way nowadays.

To Bangkok City (not airport) : Private operators pick up folks at their Hotels and take them to Bangkok City for around Bt4/450 (most prob latter). There is a delay picking up other folks before you actually depart Pattaya. Nowadays I use the Bell bus service , see above. If you still want to go all the way to Bangkok in a Mini Van , ask your Hotel Front Desk or any Pattaya Travel Agent ,eg , in Walking Street Pattaya for a provider.

SUV Airport : I do not know what the Mini Van charges for SUV are, ask at Travel Agent or Front Desk of your hotel. Update ... I would travel with Bell Bus Service to SUV.

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All Hotels listed below are budget hotels. No info on 4/5 star hotels. Ask six different people and you will get recommendations for as many Hotels. Use the newbie guidelines in "Bangkok Hotels etc" for Pattaya and for any where else in Thailand before committing yourself at a Hotels Front Desk. If you make a reservation , make sure they email back and confirm it.

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Noble Place Guesthouse : Soi 13/2 , Baht650/750 , w' balcony and aircon. Need advance booking (popular with Budget Bangers).

Worth checking out. Try Google for more details. .
 

Lek Hotel
 

Budget , on the corner of Soi.13 and Pattaya 2nd Road. UPDATE : See update at end.

Coming from Beach Road its a fair distance down on the left hand side of Soi.13 (5 mins walk ?). Phone 038.425550-2/42385. Fax: 66.38. 426629. Email : lek_hotel@hotmail.com Location is ok , sandwiched in between the Go-Go/Disco Nightlife further South and the Beer Bar scene further North. Myself I prefer accom right on Walking St , voyeurs haunt : )       Lek saves heaps on food bill with their Smorgasbord Brunch Bt120 (7am-1pm). Evening Buffet 6pm - 10pm Bt180. Great buffets , and I am hard to please when it comes to food (and chicks). But I still get the occasional email saying food is crappy there. Subjective , everything I say is subjective. Your getting my opinion only. I am not into fine wines , fancy restaurants , 4/5 star hotels ... maybe you are , then wrong website for you : )

Buffet is the way to save money, or to get good value meals. All you can eat for a modest outlay. Rooms are Baht 750 -1250 , depending whether high/low season and whether new or old wing. Latest prices ex email. Check whether the breakfast buffet is included in your tariff. Plenty of guys staying and dining there with their ladies of the night. Popular place. Ideal accommodation for guys on a budget. This is my number one recommendation for 'Budget Bangers' , who dont mind staying a little away from Walking Street action. See Update below.

UPDATE : Been getting a couple of reports that Lek is not so great for accommodation (old wing only ?) , yet plenty staying there last time I was in Pattaya. Great for buffets (personal opinion of a vegetarian .. me : ) If you like steaks etc , seek elsewhere. 

For pos more info : asiatravel.com/lek/index.html
 

The Haven Hotel
 

Soi .13. just off beach road. Baht 850 . Rooms clean , Restaurant , Laundry , Beer all good and cheap. Overnight guests no prob. Swimming Pool. Info second hand. I wasnt over impressed passing by , but you'd have to enter the premises proper and check the rooms etc out. 

 

New Dynasty Inn
 

Soi.13. Sister to Dynasty in Soi.4 Bangkok. Pattaya one is located in Soi.13. Baht1500/1700 (dif rooms dif prices). Rooms facing garden are best. Believe they have 'non smoking' rooms , not sure.Ask them. This one definitely worth considering.  Ref : dynastyinn.com/pattaya.  See Dynasty info Bangkok for info on free transport to Pattaya.
 

Whitehouse Condotel , next door to Dynasty Inn. Similar pricing , and some say its better. Worth a peek. 

Soi.8. Hotels :
 

(Further away from Walking Street and the action , but not too far. Always motorbike taxis : )

Note - 1. No overnight guest problems or o/night guest fee in Soi 8 , but check beforehand just in case. 2. Soi.8 can be noisy (Beer Bar music) to 2am = for some , hard to sleep before then. 3. If walking without a girl , the girls in this street will good humouredly try and drag you into their bar every time you pass. Some guys consider this a hassle , others a source of amusement. 4. You are walking distance to most of Pattaya's nightlife action. Soi.8. is certainly a lively street : )

Eastiny Place
 

Soi 8 , just in from Beach Road, on the right hand side as you walk towards 2nd Rd. A relatively new Hotel with good rooms , s. pool , cable tv. @ Baht 800 to Bt1500 depending on whether high/low season and type of room. Incl's breakfast. Popular place. "B" building is supposed to be the best. Try : eastinypattaya.com Eastiny Hotel - is further down Soi.8. on left hand side , not so new as 'Place'. Also popular. Email: eastinny@ptty.loxinfo.co.th/ eastinyinn@hotmail.com. Eastiny Plaza , is another new one of theirs , also in Soi 8 , Bt1250. 

Flipper Lodge
 

Flipper places are popular and apparently well run. Consequently reservations advisable , especially during high season. Flipper Lodge is in Soi.8. Popular monger haunt. Baht1200 , low season , Bt1400 w' breakfast , high season. In house Massages cheap viz Baht 300 for a straight Massage plus 500 for full sex. Another one of theirs is called : Flipper House/Hotel and its in Soi.7  ... see below. Also another one apparently : FlipperLodge in Soi 9 (?). Flipper are a safe bet for good budget accommodation. Try : flippergroup.com ......... for more info.  

Sunshine Pattaya Hotel
 

Further down (Soi.8.) from Eastiny on the right hand side. Conveniently located to many Beer Bars in one of the most popular beer bar streets. Baht800 I believe nowadays. Might be less during low season. Word has it , they have a new "Sunshine Residences" Wing. Presumably prices are higher there. Check website below re latest prices. Restaurant ok & x 2 Swimming Pools. Phone 038. 429247. Fax: 038. 421302. Ref : sunshinepattaya.com Email: sunshineptty@yahoo.com ..... Website : pattaya hotels.com/sunshine.html  Update : Negative reports coming in , including rumour they are now charging joiner fee (overnight girl) , doubt it , but then you never know. 

Flipper Hotel
 

Soi.7. Sim. price structure as its sister Hotel Flipper Lodge. Also popular with mongers. Baht850. Check : flippergroup.com

I believe there is an Eastiny7 hotel in this Soi nowadays too. Not sure. Enquire : eastinypattaya.com
 

Pig and Whistle
 

Soi.7 , Bt750 incl's breakfast. Wi-fi , safe , air con , clean , well managed (they say) , popular restaurant.
 

Rosie O'Grady's Irish Pub and Restaurant
 

Soi.7 , Bt650-950 , depends whether low or high season.
 

Other :

 

Can be found possibly via : hotelthailand.com/pattaya/pattaya/html

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Cheapies close to the action:
 

P72 Hotel
 

Coming from Marine Bar (Walking Street) a few metres up on the right hand side you will see the P72 Restaurant open on to the footpath. It's on the corner of a laneway before Soi.15. Opens early for breakfasts.You walk down the laneway to the actual hotel on your right.

Old wing : Bt650/800. Do not take a room over laneway/soi. Noise to 4am and beyond. There are rooms in old wing that are not overlooking Soi below , take them. I stayed in old wing and survived.

New wing : Away from potential noise. Bt1200/1500. Phone 038. 421784/429291. Fax: 421781. No website. You could not get more convenient to the action than P72 , they are right on the button. Pay one night , if noise factor they might find you a quiet room , otherwise move out , try another , lots to choose from.
 

P.N. Inn
 

Lower standard than P72 : Walk down the laneway that P72 Restaurant is on the corner of , and you will find on your right hand side: P. N . Inn. Officially : 342 Mu 10 , South Pattaya. Phone 038.424422. Dbl Air Bt 400 (low season) Bt ..... ? high season , which is extremely cheap for the great location in the middle of all the action. Good lobby, full house at the time of my enquiries and so could not look at the rooms. But you can not expect much for that price. Very nice Receptionist, who unfortunately could not speak English very well. The place had ambience. Recommended for a check out (suitability). Update : I have since inspected rooms etc. Nothing wrong with it for a budget traveller. This time , attractive Receptionist (daughter of owner) who understood english : )
 

Walking Street Guest House
 

Baht600. In same area and street as above two , and so extremely convenient to night life action. No other info. Havent checked it. Google it. 

 

SHORT TIME Hotels ...

Usually 2/3 hrs and in the Baht 300/600 range. Example , Jasmine Hotel in soi BJ (heart of Walking St) is Bt350 ; SA Apartments Soi 13/1 Bt300 ; PS Guest House Soi 13/1 Baht 100 (grotty).  Better still , ask the girl for her preference , but also ask her how much its going to cost , before you commit yourself. She might select an expensive one where she gets a commission. 

 

Restaurants : 
 

Most things in Pattaya are cheaper than in Bangkok, but not the Restaurants. Exception (cheap) : Buffets at Hotels.
 

Lek Hotel :
 

On the corner of Soi.13 and Pattaya 2nd Road. Coming from Beach Road its a fair distance down on the left hand side of Soi.13. Catch a motorcyc taxi if its too far to walk to. Here they have Buffet Brunches (breakfast-lunch)  7am - 1pm Bt120 . Evenings 4pm - 10.30pm Bt180. The best Thai buffets I have come across. Not out of this world , but meets my (vegetarian) requirements. Lots of guys dining here with their Ladies of the Night. Apex Hotel , just nearby in Pattaya 2nd Road , has modestly priced buffets too (never tried em , Lek good enough for me). See Hotel accomodation , Lek Hotel above , more comments about the buffet. 

When you need a change , try one of the following two :

Sportsmans Pub :
 

Soi.13 off Beach Road (just down from Lek) . Havent tried it yet , popular with Mongers.

Pig and Whistle :
 

Soi.7. off Beach Road. Haven't tried it yet , but popular with Mongers.

Also rans :

Marine Disco area :
 

Opposite Marine Disco , and 10/20 metres further north you will find a 'German Restaurant'. Tables right up against the window. I have eaten there on more than one occasion and found the food satisfactory and when I was there , the waitresses had a sense of humour. But then , they always do when I am around : ) My favourite there , tomatoe salad and potatoe salad , two orders of each , together at same time.

Buds Restaurant
 

Cheapy breakfast type of place. A fair walk up Beach Road heading North from Marine Disco.You can prop here on the footpath and sip a beer. Might catch a passing fly ? : ) A reasonable el cheepo Restaurant, but Lek is much better value and by far more comprehensive food on offer.

Baywatch Restaurant
 

Another , cheapy breakfast type of place. A little further up from Bud , on the same side. This one was there in the mid 1970's. Don't recall it being called Baywatch then though. Young American guy in partnership with a more mature Thai woman those days . I enquired as to the Americano's existence and the girls said he was long gone. Typical of cross culture partnerships - they rarely last/go the distance. This place was value in the 1970's, but not any more. Buds better and Lek better than Buds.

Pattaya 2 Road
 

It is regarded by some as a good Restaurant Street, but I didn't think so. On my brief reconnoitre of that street I did not see any sign of a 'Restaurant Blvd' , as talked about on the Internet some times. Perhaps you will ? Vientiane is one that's supposed to be good. It's possibly somewhere near Soi 13/1 (Soi Yamato) UPDATE : Vientiane was sighted in walking street and absolutely empty ! (not a good sign : )

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My daily routine was , to fill up at Lek's late morning, middle of the day, then have tomato and potato salads at the German Restaurant opposite Marine Disco in the evenings. In fact , days of old ,  the beer maids at Marina Bar would walk across the street and get my salads for me whilst I sat on the stool drinking beer, perving on the women and hoping for a nice fly to fall into my web. Now I call that service ! Can't do that in the Western world : ) UPDATE : On recent trips never sat at Marina Bar. Scene has changed. No waitresses to my knowledge. That area relatively dead. Marine/Marina have got 'problems' .. not attracting the crowds anymore. Only after 1/2am in morning does Marine Disco get customers.
 

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Last trip found 'Marine Internet' best for my purposes (using laptop). Location : opposite Marina Bar (in Walking Street) you'll see a laneway in between beer bars. Walk down that lane 100mtrs and its set back a bit , on the left. Last trip , guy working there a bit surly , but computer and surrounds better than average. Another , a bit cramped by comparison : "Ice" Internet , Soi.14 , Walking St. Think it was Bt30 per hour. Marine Internet is the one. You'll find Int Cafes here and there , no real problem locating them.

 

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