Monday, 24 March 2008

Thailand Hotels

Chiang Mai is not only a large and ancient city of northern Thailand, but also a famous tourist destination. Historical places from the Lanna era as well as natural beauty, which allows for climbing, elephant riding, trekking an bicycling await tourists.
Chedi Chiang Mai : Amata Lanna : Yaang Come : Sofitel Riverside : Tea Vana : Holiday Inn : Ban Sabai : Bann Tazala : Amari Rincome : Tri Yaan Na Ros : Ayatana : Rachamankha : Baan Saen Doi : D2 Hotel : Puripunn : Mandarin Oriental : Sukantara : Huen Come : At Niman : Novotel Chiangmai : Muang Gudi : Tamarind Village : Belle Villa : Chiangmai Hills : Baan Namping : Imperial Chiang Mai : Baan Gong Kham : Pornping Tower : Lanna Mantra

Pattaya is 147 km. southeast of Bangkok. Pattaya features a wonderful natural bay and to the south a long, sandy beach known as Jomtien, offshore are more than a dozen islands which have amusement park, offbeat museums and lush botanical gardens offer numerous forms of leisure activities and cultural entertainment for all family members. And after dark, Pattaya offers all the allure and magic of a truly vibrant nightlife with a spectacular variety of restaurants, night clubs, bars, discotheques, cocktail lounges and cabarets.
Dusit Resort : Amari Orchid : Mantra Pura : Royal Cliff Beach : Hard Rock : Horseshoe Point : Siam Bayshore : Siam Bayview : Pattaya Marriott : The Montien : Rabbit Resort : Nirvana Boutique : Pinnacle Jomtien : Ambassador : Jomtien Garden : Jomtien Palm Beach : Eravana : Tropicana : Thai Garden : Cholchan : Woodlands : The Zign : Aisawan : Tim Boutique : Nirvana Place : Mike Garden : Royal Orchid : Sugar Hut : Momchailai : LK Royal Suite

Koh Samui is an island of natural beauty and charm, a place where you can have a wonderful holiday. Blue-sky days and a nice ocean breeze are the norm. Today tourist from the whole world go to this paradise. It's located in the Gulf of Siam and surrounded by over sixty other Islands, including Koh PhaNgan and Koh Tao.
Sila Evason : Samui Escape : Punnpreeda : Saboey : Lawana : Sunrise Villas : Villa Tanamera : Samui Palm Beach : Bandara : Anantara : Bo Phut Resort : Chaweng Resort : Samui Paradise : Cabana Grand View : Chaweng Bayview : Samui Natien : Baan Chaweng : Baan Samui : Chaweng Buri : Muang Kulaypan : Iyara : Kandaburi : Baan Haad Ngam : Buri Rasa : Villa Nalinnadda : Le Paradise : Samui Honey Tara : Pavilion Samui

Hua Hin is located about 200km south of Bangkok on the west coast of the Gulf of Thailand. Hua Hin is the oldest beach resort in the Kingdom of Thailand. Hua Hin has many attractions for the tourist: Chinese new year, Songkran Festival, Loy Kratong, Hua Hin Jazz Festival, Hua Hin & Cha Am Golf Festival and the world famous Hua Hin Kings Cup Elephant Polo Tournament.
Dusit Resort : Springfield Village : Veranda Resort : Hua Hin Marriott : Wora Bura : Putahracsa Hua Hin : Hyatt Regency Hua Hin : Hilton Hua Hin : Sofitel Central Hua-Hin : Let`s Sea : Anantara : The Villas : Brassiere : Purimuntra : Aleenta : Evason Hideaway : Evason Hua Hin : Praseban : Privacy Beach : The Rock Hua Hin : Supatra Hua Hin : Pattawia : Casuarina : Ocean Breeze : Casa Papaya : Baan Talay Samran : Casa del Mare : Kaban Tamor

Bangkok is one of Asia's most cosmopolitan cities, known as "Krungthep" which means the City of Angels. Major tourism attractions include glittering Buddhist temples, palaces, timeless 'Venice of the East' canal and river scenes, classical dance extravaganzas, an almost legendary nightlife, and numerous air-conditioned shopping centers.
Novotel Suvarnabhumi : Royal Orchid Sheraton : Oriental : Bangkok Marriott : Amari Atrium : Shangri-La : Millenium Hilton : Peninsula : Baiyoke Sky : Pathumwan Princess : Sofitel Central Plaza : Amari Watergate : Four Seasons : Grand Hyatt Erawan : Banyan Tree : The Sukhothai : Novotel Bangkok : Grand Diamond : Intercontinental : Fraser Place : Landmark : Dusit Thani : JW Marriott : Sofitel Silom : The Eugenia : Rama Gardens : Centre Point Silom