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Pattaya: Stay + Tour

From: Groupon Singapore

Pattaya: Stay + Tour
  • 31 Mar 2015
  • 17 Feb 2015
  • Feb 2015 to Sep 2015
  • SGD188
Compact and modern living spaces in a hotel with four pools, a fitness center, and sauna.
Visit Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and Buddha Hill, catch a cabaret show, or revel in the town’s vibrant nightlife at Beach Road.
Experience the everyday flurry of locals at Pattaya Floating Market, Pattaya View Point, and Jomtien Beach, or visit the balmy seas with a tour of Coral Island.
Pattaya is ranked 3rd on Tripadvisor’s Top 10 Destinations in Thailand.
Travel till Sep 30, 2015.

Fine Print
Book by Date: Mar 31, 2015.
Travel Period: Feb 23, 2015 – Sep 30, 2015.

Includes (for 1 person):
4D3N stay in Star Room at A-ONE Star Hotel, 115/11 Moo 9 Pattaya Beach Road, Pattaya, 20150 Chonburi.
Daily breakfast.
Return airport transfer (seat-in-coach basis).

Tour (choose 1):
 City tour of Pattaya View Point, Pattaya Floating Market, Jomtien Beach, Gem Gallery, or Big Bee Farm.
 Coral Island tour with lunch.

Does Not Include: All meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.
General: Min. 2 to go. 2 Groupons per room, baseFd on double occupancy. Passports must have a min. validity of 7 months from expiry date on date of travel. Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers. Rate is inclusive of applicable taxes and service charges. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Policies: No refund or cancellations allowed upon confirmation of bookings. Amendments must be made at least 7 days prior to confirmed booking date or Groupon will be forfeited. No-shows forfeit Groupon.
Single traveller: $150 per person.
Tipping for tour guide and driver: THB100 per person.

Business registration: 199407433C

The deal

Star Room
  • 4D3N stay for 1 person for $188 (up to $330 value)

New Hotel With Contemporary Interior Close to the Beach
Dark tones accented by splashes of pale furniture and blue fairy lights greet customers who walk through the eclectically designed lobby before being ushered into their rooms. A reverse colour scheme is employed in the rooms, with white walls and furniture helping to create the illusion of space amid modern amenities. 
  • Head to the hotel’s pool to abate the scorching tropical heat of Pattaya without having to brave the outside world. Customers staying at the hotel may also head to the adjacent A-One Royal Cruise hotel to utilise their facilities, including three pools, a fitness centre, sauna, and restaurants.
  • Located off the road from Pattaya’s busiest street, the hotel is placed for strategic sight-seeing as you head to Beach Road to experience the bustle of the town by day, and glitz of the nightlife once the sun sets.

Pattaya, Thailand: A Struggle in Hedonistic Reverie 
A 150km from the high-fashion central of Bangkok on the Eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand lies the jaunty town of Pattaya. Despite its rise to popularity on the wave of a debaucherous nightlife, the town has made efforts to attract a more family-friendly crowd. The result is a complementing mix of both, with a seamless transition from beach to bar. While the beaches may appear underwhelming compared to its more popular counterparts, it is a great place to begin one’s cultural immersion as hotels, restaurants, malls, and go-go bars line the street facing the balmy bays. Pattaya Beach bursts at the seam in a flurry of activity from touts looking to pawn a bed in a dorm to tourists on a journey of self-discovery, to touts trying to pawn off cheap trinkets.
Much like the rest of the country, the locals at Pattaya are highly spiritual. More than just a pit stop for tourists to admire the intricate architecture, the temples serve as functional place of worship for the locals. Buddha Hill panders to both facets, with Chinese-style landscaping dedicated to Confucius and Lao-Zi, and a giant statue of Buddha placed on the summit. Alternatively, one may stroll through the art gallery of Anek Kuson Sala which showcases the finest Chinese architecture and art constructed in the late 80’s in celebration of the King’s 60th birthday. It features an exhibition of antiques such as a large white-jade Bodhisattva Kwan Yin, Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s terra-cotta soldiers and horses, and ancient paintings.

As with most other coastal towns in Thailand, snorkeling and diving is a popular endeavor among water babies. An archipelago of nearby islands like Ko Larn, Ko Sak, and Ko Krok offers a temperate sea bed for beginners, while ship wrecks like the HTMS Kut, the Bremen, and the Harddeep presents a more intricate challenge for the seasoned. After a day at the beach, head back to town for a round of golf or catch a cabaret show for a cosmopolitan way to past the time.

Return airport transfer schedule (seat-in-coach basis)
For reference only and subject to change
Bangkok Airport – Pattaya Hotel
10am / 12pm / 2pm / 4pm / 6pm
Pattaya Hotel – Bangkok Airport
5.30am / 8.30am / 10.30am / 12.30pm / 2.30pm / 4.30pm / 6.30pm

Star Room
17sqm room
Twin or double bedding
Max occupancy: 2 adults and 1 child aged 11 and below per room. Child guest subject to additional charges

Hotel facilities
4 swimming pools
Fitness centre

Stay without extra bed for child aged 2 – 11 years: $68 per person
Stay without extra bed for child aged 24 months and below: Free
Stay extension with breakfast: Single traveller: $115 per person per room
Twin-sharing room: $59 per person per room
Child without extra bed: $20 per person per room

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