Hotels in Thailand
Thailand hotels: from budget to luxury. Hotels in Thailand in Phuket and multimillion Bangkok, villa hotels in Thailand on Koh Samui and Pattaya, hotels in Thailand from leading hotel chains, spas and yoga-hotels in the country
Hotels in Thailand mean high for South-East Asia quality of rooms, broad representation of global hotel chains, spacious beaches and rich assortment of related hotel services. Tourist season in Thailand lasts from November to April, so it is better to book hotels in summer. In this case tourist can expect both lower prices and wide selection.
Thailand is a country, where tourism is a major source of income. In addition to hotels, private sector here is also widely presented. Hotels in Thailand compete with owners of private real estate: villas and apartments. Therefore, hotel sector of the country constantly improves the quality of services. Many hotels of 3-4 class offer additional possibilities for active holidays in Thailand, including tours of the Thai reserves, diving tours, spas, attractions in the resort hotels and theme parks. Tourists often have the opportunity to book sightseeing tours or hire a coach for diving directly in the hotel.
Thais do not have clear classification of their hotels. Hotels in Thailand are conventionally divided into five major groups that are accepted in the international tourist business: budget hotels (2*), standard hotels (3*), comfortable hotels (3-4*), first class hotels (4*) and deluxe hotels (5*). And often hotels in these categories are even better than the claimed level.
The most popular resorts in Thailand are Puhket, Pattaya, Hua Hin and Koh Samui. According to the official data, on these four resorts each year spend vacations about 18-20 million tourists. Each of these resorts has its own specific target audience. Thus, the "Russian" in Thailand is the resort of Pattaya, Hua Hin is a summer colony of Scandinavians, whereas Phuket and Koh Samui are chosen by Germans, Britons and Australians.
Prices for hotels in Thailand practically do not vary from resort to resort. The only exception is, perhaps, Phuket, which hotel rooms are usually more expensive by 20% than on average in the country.
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