Set your travelling dates and get the Best Rates in Pattaya directly from the Hotels , in just one click! The Presidential Suite is the most luxurious room in the hotel, spreading through an area of sqm. It includes a separate living and dining room, while it has a king-sized bed, which will make you feel like a royal. Its sea-view is to-die-for! If you are a big family, then you have to stay at the sqm Family Suite which can accommodate 4 persons plus an infant.
Top Gay Clubs & Bars in Pattaya, Thailand
THE 10 BEST Pattaya Bars & Clubs (with Photos) - Tripadvisor
Modern gay Pattaya is ready to offer for an advanced tourist maximum entertainment. Several gay areas with more than 50 gay institutions are located there and able to satisfy even the most capricious queer. This place successfully fights to become the main area of night blue city life. The first bar in Sunee Plaza Crazy Pub was opened in Soon behind it Sunee Plaza Bar opened. Topman Nightclub later known as Wonderland, and now  the Irish pub and hotel named Jazz is located at that building was opened immediately after Crazy Pub and became the first gogo bar.
Pattaya Nightlife: The Only Guide You Need
Pattaya has gained an international reputation as the naughty nightlife capital of the world, and it is not undeserving. While it is nowhere near as seedy and sordid as the media likes to make it out to be, it is a place that has thousands of bars filled with beautiful women. The place is a fantasy cloaked in a faint veil of reality that makes it all seem normal. The people that do finally make the trip to Pattaya and experience the nightlife are often changed forever. Spending their time back home just dreaming of the next chance they can get on a plane and return.
Like the rest of Thailand, Pattaya is very gay-friendly and has a fairly developed gay activity including gay bars, A-GoGo clubs, with dancers, transvestite cabaret theaters, gay massage parlors and other gay establishments Friendly where gay men from all over the world can amuse themselves according to their sexual orientation in the company of young local men. Through the traditional Buddhist conception that human beings also consist of masculine and feminine, homosexuality among Thailand's Buddhists is neither taboo nor as stigmatized as in many Western societies. Homosexuality is not only accepted and tolerated, it is a normal feature of everyday life. The ubiquitous view of gay and albeit to a lesser extent lesbian couples and tolerance displayed by the public, makes life easy for gay visitors to feel at ease.