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11. Posted by mac1234 (Full Member 110 posts) 8y

Quoting vegasmike6

I think your best bet is to stay at the Victory Hill(weather station hill) area. Try Mealy Chenda for room/food. If you don't like their rooms, there are many other small GHs in this area, some under $5/nite. We like Marina Hotel, just across Ekareach St. $10/nite for a large room with a/c, TV. Easy walk to either Hawaii or Victory beach from this area. Much better choice than staying in town and taking motos each day to the beach.

Send me a PM if you have questions.

I have to disagree with you there mike, i stayed up there for a night before going to serendipity last june. found it pretty seedy and there were definately some underage girls working in some of the bars... not nice to see! serendipity is a much better option imo.

as for the crowds i found it quiet at the time of year i was there but this was in the low season.

12. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru 3562 posts) 8y

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I have to disagree with you there mike, i stayed up there for a night before going to serendipity last june. found it pretty seedy and there were definately some underage girls working in some of the bars... not nice to see! serendipity is a much better option imo.

as for the crowds i found it quiet at the time of year i was there but this was in the low season.[/quote]

Brian,
This why the forum is valuable. Not everyone wants the same experience. Victory Hill certainly can have a Pattaya like feel to it and that is probably why we stay there. My mates live in Pattaya all winter and want variety in restauants and nightlife. 'Ikey' may want to look at several beach options before deciding where to settle down. Serendipity Beach is a better option if you want a bungalow close to the beach and just chill everyday. If he times his visit to be midweek, it should not be too crowded.

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