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I prefer the older condo blocks as they seem to have more space. Has anyone stayed in the Jomtien Complex condos? 

Is there a good management committee, is the pool warm, any problems with other residents? All comments appreciated.

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1 hour ago, penboy said:

I prefer the older condo blocks as they seem to have more space. Has anyone stayed in the Jomtien Complex condos? 

Is there a good management committee, is the pool warm, any problems with other residents? All comments appreciated.

I’ve stayed there twice for a month.

Due to its age the units vary a LOT. Originally, they were built ‘Thai style’ with kitchens on the balcony. Some still have a variation of this while others have made part of the balcony part of the actual condo and have western kitchens inside. Others have enclosed the entire balcony but then the aircon unit is part of that. (I’m not sure I’ve explained that too well but if you view a few you’ll hopefully see what I mean).

They are large units. A standard studio is 64sq m or so. There are double or triple units. Some have made the studio into a 1-bed but I don’t think that really works very well.

My understanding is that some farang owners effectively took over the condo committee some years ago to ensure proper maintenance was done, bringing in an annual surcharge to the extremely low condo fees. Although common areas show their age, I found it generally ok.

The building of VT7 has blocked out the view from many units and left the pool in shade for part of the day. The pool is ok but no more than that. You can’t compare it to VT2A for example.

You do get some noise from the bars in Jomtien Complex, especially in the units furthest away from Thappraya. The design of the building is that the lifts and entrance corridors are at the back of the building with the condos at the front. This means you do have the corridor and windows between you and the noise but the windows are usually open to let the breeze through and the bathroom vent opens on the corridor so some noise gets in. It wasn’t awful though.

Compared to other buildings I’ve stayed in there were fewer in-house services. No real minimart or laundry service for example but, obviously, there’s plenty nearby.

If something else comes to mind I’ll post again.

I used the agent at the front left corner of the lobby to book my stays. She has lots of units in the building for both short term and long term rent. They tend to get booked up in peak season so there’ll be more choice from about March onwards.

 

"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."

So remember to “Enjoy every sandwich”

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