Rayong Hotels

The province of Rayong is a popular destination for visitors to Thailand and among residents of Bangkok, as it is located within 125 miles (200 kilometers) of the capital city and features more than 62 miles (100 kilometers) of pristine white beaches. Quieter and more low-key than busy Pattaya, it's a great place for a getaway, relaxing at a beach hotel in Rayong, diving, and beautiful scenery.

Paradee Resort and Spa

Paradee Resort and Spa
Paradee Resort and Spa

A group of ten islands off the coast of the province are popular destinations for Rayong accommodation, particularly the largest island, Koh Samet, which is famous for its excellent scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities. For the ultimate in comfort, those with somewhat deeper pockets should consider staying at the Paradee Resort and Spa, located on the southern end of Koh Samet. One of the most luxurious Rayong hotels, the Paradee offers decadent private villas, many with private jacuzzis or pools, decorated with Thai silk and teak furniture. At this beach hotel in Rayong you can relax in the infinity pool right next to the secluded white-sand beach, sip cocktails at the poolside bar, or search for marine life at the rocky beach close by, perfect for diving. A dive center certified by PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors), and kayaking, sailing, and windsurfing opportunities complete the picture at this all-inclusive resort.

Samed Cliff Resort

Samed Cliff Resort
Samed Cliff Resort

An affordably priced beach hotel in Rayong is the Samed Cliff Resort on Koh Samet, located on a private sandy beach. Its recently renovated bungalows are stepped up on the hill and nestled within the natural jungle, and each bungalow features a spectacular sea view from the floor-to-ceiling glass window. Bungalows offer clean and pleasant, though basic, accommodation, but the location gives the Samed Cliff Resort great value. Keep in mind that many Rayong Thailand hotels, especially those on Koh Samet, are fully booked during popular seasons, so be sure to book ahead to ensure your ideal accommodation.

Phala Cliff Beach Resort and Spa

Phala Cliff Beach Resort and Spa
Phala Cliff Beach Resort and Spa

Many affordable Rayong hotels can be found on the many beaches lining the coast. Some of these beaches are less developed than Rayong's popular neighbor, Pattaya, meaning that resorts are more budget-friendly, but they're also located farther from the convenience of restaurants and nightlife. The Phala Cliff Beach Resort and Spa is a budget-friendly alternative to the luxury Rayong Thailand hotels, with all the essentials: a private beach, a beachside pool, well-appointed rooms (many with private balconies and a sea view), and a restaurant, as well as massage and spa.

P.M.Y. Beach Resort

Rayong City is also a good choice for finding good basic Rayong hotels; many hotels catering to business travelers also have excellent locations close to the beach. The P.M.Y. Beach Resort, for instance, offers mid-range three-star accommodation, and every room has a sea view. Its Thai-style décor, landscaped gardens, Thai restaurants, and swimming pool give it everything needed for an excellent stay near the beach.

For those who enjoy natural scenery and want to get away from the heavily visited areas of Thailand, staying in Rayong is ideal, as it is relatively unspoiled by tourism. There are a wide range of Rayong Thailand hotels available, whether you wish to stay on a secluded beach or within reach of the liveliness of Rayong City. Wherever you stay, don't forget to enjoy Rayong's specialties—excellent seafood and fruit, and natural wonders such as waterfalls, trails, and beaches.

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