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    Four Seasons Place, Pattaya

    A quick getaway to here: Four Seasons Place | Boutique Hotel Pattaya

    All the well known kid friendly resorts were booked so tried this place.








    Not far from Beach Road, the beach as you might expect was crap. Stayed for about an hour until it started raining. back home for a nap and then in the pool for the rest of the day.





    We had a car and drove about but difficult to find decent restaurants. Everywhere was dim and seedy... ended up at some Italian place on Beach Road.

    Kiddles played while I watched the comings and goings of the women over the road.




    Hotel was nice, pool shaded and food decent. Probably shouldnt have left the hotel.

    Quite a few Indians, not sure if thats the norm in Pattaya or not.
    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    I've never seen or even heard of that hotel, and drive up/down 3rd Rd half a dozen times each week. According to the map it's up a Soi next to a 7/11 which really doesn't narrow things down, everything here is up a Soi next to a 7/11 .

    You should have posted some parameters for opinions on where to stay and more importantly, eat!. There's some good places around 3rd Rd (Bite Me, Cherry, Steak and Co, Smokin Joe's, etc) but with a car, there's literally hundreds of easily accessible options ranging from basic restaraunts to fine dining and everything in between with food from all corners of the globe that locals could have steered you towards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    I've never seen or even heard of that hotel, and drive up/down 3rd Rd half a dozen times each week. According to the map it's up a Soi next to a 7/11 .There's some good places around 3rd Rd (Bite Me, Cherry, Steak and Co, Smokin Joe's, etc) but with a car, there's literally hundreds of easily accessible options ranging from basic restaraunts to fine dining and everything in between
    I stayed at Four Seasons Place last year, it is only 200m from "The boxing Roo" bar on 3rd road - which is a purveyor of LT's excellent pies.

    Therefore I hope you will go and enjoy fine dining on the unquestionably most superior pies in Thailand.

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    ^The only use I have for the Boxing Roo is to use it as a landmark for finding New York Pizza which is right next door. While waiting for the pizza/calzone/meatball sub to be readied I sometimes have a beer in the Roo and am never ceased to be amazed that it's still open, and has been for +/- 20 years that I know of. That joint is dire .

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    Can I tactfully suggest you hire a dinner suit, go to the Roo for the evening and book the degustation of pies.

    This is now No.4 on Trip Advisor of things to do in Pattaya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    You should have posted some parameters for opinions on where to stay and more importantly, eat!. There's some good places around 3rd Rd (Bite Me, Cherry, Steak and Co, Smokin Joe's, etc) but with a car, there's literally hundreds of easily accessible options ranging from basic restaraunts to fine dining and everything in between with food from all corners of the globe that locals could have steered you towards.
    it was all done on a bit of a whim. apparently sitting on the sofa for 6 weeks and drinking beer isn't how i should spend my holidays...

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    Bizarre OP. A quick check of t'internet would have yielded any number of options but I have to say that with a car and a sprog in tow I would have settled for the Birds & Bees aka Cabbages and Condoms Resort in Soi 4 Pratumnak for my hotel accommodation.

    How could he miss the Hilton? Buffets there are damn good value.

    The place of choice now for families is the Centara in Wongamat which offers good water fun facilities if that is your bag as well as the usual ersatz international style restaurants. Most Pattay " high end " restaurants are ok( ish) but rarely equate to fine dining often making do with mediocre imported produce or disguised local stuff - wine prices are stupidly inflated in most instances.

    Third road is the fucking boonies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum
    Bizarre OP. A quick check of t'internet would have yielded any number of options
    they did, but we left it so late to book that all the usual suspects were full.

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    I love the Four Seasons..especially the one in Beijing. I was a member for three years there. They have a great pool and gym.

    Your kids are so grown and cute!

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