- 3D2N stay for 2 for $109 (up to $181 value)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for $160 (up to $272 value)
- 5D4N stay for 2 for $215 (up to $362 value)
Hotel at a glance
Close enough to experience the city centre’s vibrant nightlife and shopping facilities, yet far enough so as to be able to enjoy a bit of tranquility, Nova Express Pattaya Hotel under the Mosaic Collection by ONYX Hospitality Group provides comfort in elegantly appointed rooms decorated with artful trappings and complementary masterpieces depicting nature. Take in Pattaya’s city skyline from up high at its rooftop swimming pool, pinpointing and planning possible visits to nearby locations including the locale’s beach and multiple entertainment spots.
- 22 sqm room
- Queen or twin bedding
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults or 2 adults and 1 child aged 11 and below per room.
- No extra bed available
- Rooftop swimming pool
Add-ons (payable to hotel)
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for guest aged 3 – 11: THB125 per person per night
Pattaya, Thailand: What to see and do
150km from the high-fashion central of Bangkok on the Eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand lies the jaunty town of Pattaya. Despite its rise to popularity on the wave of a debaucherous nightlife, the town has made efforts to attract a more family-friendly crowd. The result is a complementing mix of both, with a seamless transition from beach to bar. While the beaches may appear underwhelming compared to its more popular counterparts, it is a great place to begin one’s cultural immersion as hotels, restaurants, malls, and go-go bars line the street facing the balmy bays. Pattaya Beach bursts at the seam in a flurry of activity from touts looking to pawn a bed in a dorm to tourists on a journey of self-discovery, to vendors trying to sell off cheap trinkets.
Much like the rest of the country, the locals at Pattaya are highly spiritual. More than just a pit stop for tourists to admire the intricate architecture, the temples serve as a functional place of worship for the locals. Buddha Hill panders to both facets, with Chinese-style landscaping dedicated to Confucius and Lao-Zi, and a giant statue of Buddha placed on the summit. Alternatively, one may stroll through the art gallery of Anek Kuson Sala, which showcases the finest Chinese architecture and art constructed in the late 80’s in celebration of the King’s 60th birthday. It features an exhibition of antiques such as a large white-jade Bodhisattva Kwan Yin, Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s terra-cotta soldiers and horses, and ancient paintings.
As with most other coastal towns in Thailand, snorkelling and diving is a popular endeavour among water babies. An archipelago of nearby islands like Ko Larn, Ko Sak, and Ko Krok offers a temperate sea bed for beginners, while ship wrecks like the HTMS Kut, the Bremen, and the Harddeep presents a more intricate challenge for the seasoned. After a day at the beach, head back to town for a round of golf or catch a cabaret show for a cosmopolitan way to pass the time.