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I find the beach in Pattaya very bad, so i spend some time at the hotel swimming pool getting tanned, bathng, getting tanned again...

Because of the size of buildings, many hotel pools get sunny for just a few hours, and some are 100% in the shade.

Areca, for example, has one pool who gets fast in the shade (the older one), but the other is sunny enough.

Besides Areca, wich i know already, what do you say about hotel pools in that area (Buakhao, LK, Diana,...), for mid-range hotels?

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Thanks, mate. I forgot to write i know PBR too. Maybe i did forget because i am not considering staying there, due to recent negative reviews. Well, also when i stayed there, there were some negative things aswel.

But thanks anyway.

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diana estate   soi bukhoa      has 2 pools   getting all day sunlight between them.

mid range condo -hotels by the day/week or month.























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The pool at LK Metropole has sun a surprisingly large part of the day, considering how it's positioned inbetween buildings like that.

I do feel like it ends up in the shade a little early in the afternoon. (But maybe that's for the better, it can be really freaking hot in the PM before the sun goes down.)

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