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Reviewed 3 January 2018 via mobile

Manager (unfriendly old women who always walk around first floor) is poor service. Bad manner, No service mind. Not reasonable price. Another hotel is better.
17xx ฿Per room per night very expensive and not include breakfast.

Date of stay: December 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank HoneyHawk1
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Reviewed 6 March 2017

Stayed for 1 night for an event in Chonburi. We knew that the hotel had only recently opened (which can be a risk), so were not very surprised to see some lobby furniture still unwrapped and the (future?) roadside F&B area not yet open. But the building has "good bones", with some sea-facing rooms (with balconies), a passenger lift, a nice & quiet "courtyard" swimming pool, and helpful front desk staff.
We were kindly upgraded from a basic Deluxe to a basic Deluxe room with a part-seaview, which was clean and straightforward for a short-stay, with decent new bedding, minibar, very basic local TV, and little else. A small balcony off the room overlooks the side road and the (limited) open "onsite parking". The lack of a shower curtain in the bathroom is troublesome, as its difficult to wash without getting the toilet/toilet paper and even the vanity wet, on top of a wet bathroom floor. It should be rectified somehow. The room entry card is a good electronic lock system (you must pay a returnable deposit for the card), but there is no safety box in the room. For a longer stay the lack of basic tea-making items, glasses etc could be an issue, but for a short stay (and with a 24-hour Family Mart opposite), we had no such concerns. We didn't have any breakfast in the hotel (not sure if there was one offered....).
The location is on a busy part of the Jomtien strip, so surroundings are a mixture of other (budget) hotels, restaurants, bars, etc etc. We imagine that the sea view from higher (and higher-grade) rooms to the street front would be pretty good, especially with their large balconies. There was quite a bite of traffic noise from the side street though - it appears to be a popular short-cut for noisy motorbike riders. But for surrounding convenience and direct beach access, we thought the location was good.
As a new hotel, we thought the quality of the room and the location of The Pat was good. There are probably cheaper rooms available in Jomtien, but considering the cleanliness of the hotel & room, coupled with the beach road location, we thought the value for money was reasonable (without being amazing). We wish the management "Good Luck" with the new hotel, and we'd consider staying there again for a short/weekend trip to Jomtien.

Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank GandCAdventures
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Reviewed 26 February 2017

My friend and I viewed this hotel 1 week before moving in and we were promised that everything would be finish for the time we would be booking in.On arrival the outside bar area had not been finished and opened, the reception furniture still had its plastic covering on, No breakfast facility. No safe deposit boxes. The hotel is a new family run business and clearly have no idea how to run it, it was clean and tidy, with pleasant staff.No issues there, My room 302 was 1200 bht a night was a little expensive maybe 800-1000 b p n.The room had NO safe No hand towels, No kettle or tea/coffee making facility, although one was offered when we were leaving,,No hot water tap in the bathroom sink,,No shower divider, so all the shower water sprayed into/onto the toilet, toilet rolls, floor, making it a very slippy and unsafe area. An addition of a small hand rail, or seat would be very beneficial. Thinking about older people who are unsteady on their feet, as there are no baths.
( my friend moved to the opposite hotel same price but a little better, swimming pool on roof,tea/kettle, large fridge, bathroom had a small divider.)
When my friend moved I moved into is room for the view, and when I asked about moving back into the cheaper room, I was told "there were none available, all booked up" BOLLOCKS, hardly anyone was in, just wanted to keep me there in the more expensive room, and to be honest, there is not much difference for the money.This and other hotels need to think about little extras,, they mean a lot,we all like a cup of tea or coffee in a morning, does not cost a lot. Certainly NOT worth the money. The dearer room was priced at 15-1600 bht and worth 1000-1200.

Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Nigelreynard
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Reviewed 16 December 2018 via mobile
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Date of stay: December 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
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