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Sukosol hotels to Open Wave hotel Pattaya in April

Just for the interest of BM's who like to be updated on the changing face of Beach road, here are a couple of photos I took yesterday and a little info taken from the web.

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Sukosol hotels, the family-owned Thai hotel group, is scheduled to open its fifth hotel - Wave, in April 2013.

Comprising just 21 rooms, Wave is located beside Central Festival shopping mall in front of the group's existing The Bayview hotel, right in the middle of bustling Beach Road on the shorefront of Pattaya Bay.

Wave's 21 rooms (all doubles, no twins) comprise 18 Sunset Rooms measuring 45 sqm, and 3 Twilight Rooms with 52 sqm of space.

A Cadillac Café restaurant, seating 40 indoors and out, will serve unique lava stone grill dishes, while the Cabana Bar on the rooftop will be a perfect place to enjoy the view and chill. For recreation, the hotel will feature a swimming pool.

Sukosol hotels is helmed by Thai businesswoman Kamala Sukosol. Speaking of this latest property, Khun Sukosol said, "Wave is my fifth child. For the past thirty years I have worked to develop and continually improve Sukosol hotels and I am very proud of what we have achieved. Moving forward, Wave marks an exciting new chapter for my hotelier family, with its unique design and young energetic feel, I’m sure it’s going to be a massive hit in Pattaya."

Prices are expected to start at around Baht 5,000++ a night (with ABF).

Sukosol hotels

Rebranded as Sukosol hotels last year, the group is going from strength to strength. The launch of the 39-suite riverside urban resort The Siam, Bangkok which opened in June 2012, was praised worldwide as one of Bangkok’s most exciting openings of the year. The Siam was collaboratively designed by world renowned American architect Bill Bensley, and movie star-cum-interior designer Krissada Sukosol Clapp.

With the addition of Wave, Sukosol hotels now comprises five properties. The portfolio includes The Sukosol, Bangkok (470 rooms); Siam Bayshore, Pattaya (270 rooms); The Bayview, Pattaya (260 rooms); The Siam, Bangkok (39 rooms) and Wave, Pattaya (21 rooms).

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Start at around Baht 5,000++ a night (with ABF).......no thanks

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I walked past it a few weeks ago & i didn't like the exterior of the hotel,it looked old & run down IMO....& at 5k a night would be a little out of my price range anyway. 

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"Start at around Baht 5,000++ a night (with ABF)..."

 

"With ABF" better mean "with a beautiful freelancer."

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5000 baht a night ,i think not for everyone,s budget ,certainly not mine.

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Jesus you'd think 5000 a night would have some nicer waterfront views. Looks like a cheap motel with a new coat of paint on the outside. I'll stick to GF 1000 baht shit holes.

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Looks like an hotel in the  Art Deco District of Miami.

 

Saw the signs for it in February and they were advertising it along those lines.

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Do not think this is going to become a Mongers hotel at these prices, far better for far less.

 

Just another changing Face and Market Pats is targeting

 

Ghosty

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Haha, Amari hotel is 5000 per day and although I haven't been to WAVE just by looking at the size of the windows and the exterior I can bet that Amari is much nicer.

 

Anyways, I am pretty sure it will still be occupied by Russians primarily. These guys don't know any better mostly. I spoke with a guy in the gym who was paying 3000 baht a day staying in the Sawasdee hotel on Soi Buakhao (the violet old crappy hotel) because the tourist agent charged him so much for it.

 

Btw a little bit offtopic, I wonder how old that sawasdee hotel is, Ning from Nightwish told me that when she started working 14 years ago it was the first hotel she went to and back then it was already crap.

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oh gee another overpriced "boutique" hotel (another term for facelift).... 5k a night... you can get a real nice place for that and this does not look that good....

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Wave is now taking bookings on Agoda, you can have the Twilight room in May, 10 nights for only 84,500baht ............8,500 a night a bargain,only joking.......this amount would pay for my condo for 6 months!

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Drove by this evening. It is now open. Sort of a Miami Beach hotel design. The hotel group owned the land already which in Pattaya ( especially beachfront property ) is some of the most expensive land in the world. I am sure they will do just fine, even at the high end rates. Good luck !!!

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Haha, Amari hotel is 5000 per day and although I haven't been to WAVE just by looking at the size of the windows and the exterior I can bet that Amari is much nicer.

 

Anyways, I am pretty sure it will still be occupied by Russians primarily. These guys don't know any better mostly. I spoke with a guy in the gym who was paying 3000 baht a day staying in the Sawasdee Hotel on Soi Buakhao (the violet old crappy hotel) because the tourist agent charged him so much for it.

 

Btw a little bit offtopic, I wonder how old that sawasdee hotel is, Ning from Nightwish told me that when she started working 14 years ago it was the first hotel she went to and back then it was already crap.

3000baht pn for that dive  :Crazy1:

He must have got the room without the cockroaches........

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