Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Rajamangala Pavilion Beach Resort, Songkhla

Rajamangala Pavilion Beach Resort, Songkhla

It's been a while since I stayed in Songkla, probably for over 6 years or so upon writing, back in the days that I still needed to make Visa and border runs. Usually I stayed in Hat Yai but Songkla is very nearby and makes for a perfect break without the big city hustle of Hat Yai.

My impressions of Songkla were that the city is very laid back and relaxed and had a beautiful beach which seemed to stretch for ever.

Although I didn't stay in the Rajamangala Resort, it's located on Chalatat or Samila Beach with a lovely view over the bay and is a short distance from Songkla 'downtown'.
All rooms have fantastic views of the Samila beach and the Gulf of Thailand from the private balconies.
The hotel boosts Chalatat Restaurant located at the 1st Floor and they serve Thai, Chinese & European Cuisine. Operated between 06.00 – 24.00 with 125 seats.

If you want some more action, for keen bargain hunters, take a 20-minute drive to the bustling Santisook market in Hat Yai, where inexpensive duty free goods, from cigarettes, cosmetics, to food stuff, brought in mostly from neighboring Malaysia are abundant. Various other shopping malls and restaurants are also located in the center of Had Yai.

Booking by Hotels Combined

Booking by Agoda

Guest room

Guest room

Superior room


Swimming Pool

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