Thanon Ruamchit, Cha-Am, Phetchaburi, 032-4331112, http://www.bannpantai.com/.
When we went to Cha-Am we had no idea where we were going to sleep.
In 2015 we slept there one night, and we were not happy about the hotel.
So we said: we drive along the boulevard, and we will look at hotels until we have found a hotel we like.
So we turned left at the boulevard, and after 100 meters we saw the first hotel. We entered narrow street, the parking lot we thought, and went to inform at the reception.
There were rooms free, three types, and we could see them. If we would park the car in the parking lot, someone was coming to show us the rooms. The parking lot was on the other side of the hotel, and more spacious than the street where we stopped first.
The three rooms that we saw were spread over two buildings, each building with about 12 rooms. The rooms looked very neat; good bed, large TV, very nice bathroom. We opted for a room on the ground floor, with a private terrace in front of the room.
The hotel consists of two buildings, each with two floors with about 12 rooms,
and seven or eight bungalows.
There is a restaurant with live music in the evening, breakfast is also served here.
The buildings are situated around a large swimming pool, in a part of the pool are jet streams. Around the pool are lounge chairs and bean bags. The whole area features a well maintained garden.
There are a few parking places beside the hotel.
The rooms are spacious and look well maintained.
Especially the bathrooms stand out, they are very spacious, well equipped
and of course with hot and cold running water.
The room has a large flat-screen TV. The bed is large and very good, so are the pillows.
In the room there is also a couch, you do not have to sit on the bed all the time.
In front of the room is a terrace or balcony with a sitting area and another couch.
If you walk out of the hotel, on the beach promenade, you just have to cross the road and you're on the beach.
We slept here for the first time in February 2016.
And our last visit was in November 2017.
In 2017 we paid Thb 2000 per night, and in the weekend Thb 3000.
Not expensive for a resort of this class.
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