It was an easy check in when we arrived early at 3am. Very basic but that was what we're looking for at the time. If you're in a budget trip this one can be an option. Tho far from the center, there's a motorbike for rent about 250baht for 24hrs and you can use it to access around. Beach is close by, about 3-5minute walk which is convenient.
Located on top of the Jungcelon shopping centre, this hotel exceeds expectations. We upgraded to a poolside cabana, a great decision. The extra money spent on this room meant we could go swim at any time from the comfort of our room. Also, being on the inside of the hotel meant you didn't hear any of the nightclub noise from Bangla road. Comfortable beds and great bathroom (although the sink is in the main room above the fridge, a small price to pay). I will stay here again without hesitation.
Found the hotel to be excellent. Pools were great and location was perfect for shopping and food. Breakfast buffet was awesome! For such a big hotel it was kept in pretty good condition. would recommend to stay.
I paid S$140 per night for the executive suite and I find its very worth it.
Lower deck is bed, tv, balcony, bathroom with separate standing shower and bathtub.
Upper deck is kitchen with sofa, tv, and balcony with super big juccuzi meant for 2. The juccuzi is so huge that that it requires 1hr to fill up which is understandable. But it was great to chill out with when the sun is too hot and and u wanna dip in water.
Intially i saw some bad reviews abt mosque nearby being noisy but i realise its just a 5mins thing so its acceptable. As for the mosquito, well as long as u keep the balcony door closed, its is not a prob. Although there are buildings still under construction around, I did not hear any hammering or drilling during my 4nights stay even in the noon time as i was always at the balcony Juccuzi.
Taking tuk tuk to almost anywhere in Patong is 200baht. Just walk out 2mins to the main streets and there are lots of tuk tuk offering the same price. No need to bargain. Walking to Jungceylon will take 15mins by foot.
The only minor prob is the drainage of the shower area is too slow, resulting a flood in the shower area. The management could help to look into it.
The wardrobe could do with a bit more hangers.
The staff there are mostly polite and I have no prob checking in and out.
I pre inform them by email that I am here for my wedding anniversary and they done up the bed nicely with folded swan and flower petals for me. So nice of them.
I will stay here again.
The deevana had everything that I required. The staff were polite.
The hotel is a little run down. The pool was well maintained and always clean. The fitness centre is poorly maintained. The wifi connection was fair, it frequently dropped out and required signing in often.
There was no mini bar in the room which was disappointing. Also, no free soap, shampoo and conditioner. This is supplied via a dispenser on the wall.
The standard of breakfast was average.
The hotel is about 15min walk from Bangla. Overall, whilst it had what I required it was a bit average for my liking, not sure I'll stay there again.
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The reception staff couldn't really speak English and couldn't really be bothered to understand my question. Her answer was "sure" although she had no clue what I asked. :)
The view is beautiful, rooms a bit outdated, fridge really old and really noisy, breakfast was not impressive at all.
Nice 3 pools.
The ride to Patong center is 200 bath with tuk tuk or taxi.
There is a 7-11 close by.
Nice restaurants with beautiful view across the road from the hotel.
Located on the west coast, Patong Beach is the most popular beach in Phuket. This two-kilometre-long beach offers everything from water sports and massages to food and drinks. The nightlife selection is infinite, including the famous Soi Bangla with its numerous bars, neon lights, and night clubs; dining along cliff-side restaurants with views of the coast, or at the two Thai food courts on Rat-U-Thit Road. The beach transforms into a night bazaar nightly, packed with colourful stalls selling beach wears and leather goods.