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Reviewed 2 May 2012

I am not a regular guest in this resort hotel, it is my living place, or rather my base camp hotel. I am a traveller, and if I need a rest from my trips, I settle here until full recovery to set sails again.

So it is clear that I have some monkey love to the place. I came to Pattaya directly from Switzerland, knowing I would settle in Pattaya. As the old style resort garden hotels are disappearing since years to make place for huge rat cage buildings, I wandered about the town to find one place that reminded me of the old days. When I finally discovered the Beach Garden Resort, I immediately knew that I would settle here. It was not luxury that I was looking for, as it does not give me real comfort, but it was ... homeliness ... coziness ... peacefulness.

The Resort has some lovely features. The entrance has some little fountains, and two elephants in stone welcoming the guest. The reception is bright, and a restaurant with fine, careful cuisine reminding of colonial brightness is next to eat. Then, a tiny, squeaking clean swimming pool surrounded by coconut palms gives residents here ample space for cooling their heat splashing plashing swashing.

There's one two story building overlooking the pool, with some views into the greenery around from the second floor. No skyscrapers shadowing the place (yet), just some old jungle trees as decor with some wild life, squirrels, lizards and some well-behaved poisonous snakes. (Last week one of them, was it a green mumba?, visited me on my veranda ... and finally left the place after room maids asked it to give way to me ... ha ha) Yet I would not want to stay here without those trees, as the inhabit the birds that wake me up in the morning by their singing and chirping.

The rooms are attended by room maids that also make me feel at home here. It is a daily joy to have their light hearts in my room for some twenty minutes. I am always surprised with what care the clean up and make my bed. Special requests, such as unusual cleaning times etc. are never a problem. Breakfast is also served into the late hours, we are in Pattaya where day is night and night is day, for some people. The rooms are all bright with wide windows. Since I moved to a discreet bungalow recently, being also entered from the car park, I have have two window sides, giving me a nice view onto a green spot with different tropical trees. It could be a lifetime living place. The employees are all well concerned about my well-being, from the General Manager Ke, a charming lady as Thai women are!, to the gardener or the housemaids, that I call by their name lovingly, Aunty Little (Thai Na Noi) being my queen.

What can I say more? The fountain in the back of my bungalow shows a modern Mount Meru, the center of the Hindu cosmos, with a bronze Tibetan Bodhisatwa representing plentiness on the top, being rinsed by eternal fertility, the waters then flowing down from level to level. A classy detail, not the only one. The Guardian Spirits of this ground live next to me too, they have their own celestial palaces. Ke doing offerings and prayers to them in the morning, so the well-being of the guests is safeguarded. As a nice consequence, the place is safe. Asking the reception at my arrival whether I should leave my valuables with them, I was told by the nice lady receptionist that I could do it, but there was no need. There are no thefts in the place, is it is protected under a good spell. Ho!, I have been to other places here in Pattaya, outwardly also looking good, but giving problems, such as thefts. Consequently, also the clientele here is decent. I have not spotted low-shelf guys here that have one reason only to visit Pattaya, cheap woman flesh. So even my bungalow neighbours are of the best kind here.

So why should I care going to a five star poshy Sheraton or the like? It is not about the category of luxury that makes me feel easy, it is about the charm of a place. The money safed gives me the possibility to have open hands, ha ha!

Date of stay: May 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Reviewed 7 September 2021
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Room tip: Zimmer nicht an der Strasse nehmen
Date of stay: October 2020
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Reviewed 12 January 2020 via mobile
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Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 November 2019
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Date of stay: November 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Reviewed 28 June 2019 via mobile
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Travelled solo
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