Finding an ideal charming resort in Sattahip does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Sunset Village Beach Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Sunset Village Beach Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The resort features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, The Sunset Village Beach Hotel offers a pool and breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Wonder Farm (1.6 mi) and Thai Thani arts and cultural village (2.2 mi), guests of The Sunset Village Beach Hotel can easily experience some of Sattahip's most well known attractions.
While in Sattahip be sure to experience local lobster favorites at Preecha Seafood Restaurant.
The Sunset Village Beach Resort puts the best of Sattahip at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My friends and I booked this hotel for 2 nights for a short getaway from Bangkok. The hotel looks nice from the website photos but the reality is very poor. The hotel is in bad condition as it is shabby and not well looked after. The rooms are old, dirty and uncomfortable. For example, ants in the bath, stains on the coffee-making spoons (not cleaned properly) and there was scummy water left in the kettle which made me not want to make a coffee. The pools are run down don’t look very clean. The ‘crystal dip’ pool was dirty and there were many insects roaming the surrounding decks. There were holes in the wooden decking and I saw a person fall through the decking. I have included photos to prove this. Furthermore, there is an exposed pump/filter (see photo) at the beach-side pool which looked very scruffy and not clean. We felt unhappy to use the pool as it didn’t look very clean. The breakfast was fine as there was a variety. Staff are generally friendly and polite but not very proactive. They told us they would send a golf cart to pick up luggage from the car and bring it to the room. We waited 10-15 mins they never turned up so we did it ourselves. After we checked in once we saw the state of room and hotel facilities we shared our disappointment with the reception. They offered to upgrade us to beach side rooms but we would have to pay extra. I was surprised by this as we were not willing to pay more when we were not happy in the first place. We paid 2,500 baht for a garden view room and I don’t think it is worth the money. For this price in Thailand, you can expect a room/hotel of reasonable quality. I would expect this standard if I paid half of what I paid. It is a quiet resort outside of the city with nice views of the sea. It is fine to stay here but don’t expect quality. …
I agree with the previous comment very old very run down beds are terrible hard and yes it is on the beach yes but it's miles from anywhere I mean anyway if you like isolation in a run down cabin and want to pay more than the marriott stay here Signed Foodcriticgazza Ps had 5 day paid for moved out after 1
What a stunning location on the beach. Beautiful views. Garden is also nice and gives space to walk and enjoy. Sadly that’s it. Reception is unfriendly and everything is just procedures and rules which are communicated rudely. No interest in the well being of guests. Well most guests now are Chinese tour groups and there is a handful of other guests at best! This is sad as the hotel clearly was a gem and must have been managed well. This is not the case today anymore. Everything is run down and savings are made everywhere. Rooms are old moldy and broken and that for a 200 usd nightly cost... toilet is outside !?!? So in rain or sunshine it becomes unusable ! The chip and put golf has been removed but signs are still up everywhere The live music at the beach restaurant das a sign promoting a duo but only one person there Beach towels are strictly limited to one per person with sign everywhere in 3 languages to ensure compliance to the rule. Breakfast is mediocre and when paying 200 USD a night I do expect much better. Sadly again savings in place The downfall of this place is so clearly visible that it’s shocking. How sad to see as this could be such a gem if looked after. Swim at your own risk. Big drains with smelly black water running into the ocean right next to the hotel. Not sure if it’s theirs, but having this smelly water directly at the beach .... I wanted to give 2 or 3 points for location at least but the manager was so rude and unfriendly eventually that I can’t give more then one point …
Not far from Pattaya and Jomtien , but far from huzzle and buzzle we found this lovely resort by the beach. We spent a full day pooling, eating, swimming and just enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere. Such a Nice place and the food was excellent. Next time we Will book one of the bungalows and stay over the night .
A group of us went on St. Valentine's Night. A glorious location from which to view the setting sun. Accordingly we arrived early meaning to take advantage of the Happy Hour prices. A cunning plan then clicked into action; we became invisible to serving staff so half price drinks were not available. After finally attracting a myopic attendant we got a drink 25 minutes after arriving! Next came the missing menu routine: we were a party of seven yet despite frequent requests only three menus arrived on our table. Eventually enough menus were dug up to satisfy our group albeit they weren't all the same so discussion over choices entailed much flicking of pages. The food arrived eventually; it was so-so. The bill was a shock - the place with delusions of grandeur far outweighing its amenities, was one that practised the sneaky ++ routine: however bad the service, you are still asked to pay 10%! The prices in the menu also have 7.5% tax added also. Had I not been with a party, I would not have paid for service we did not receive. This scam will backfire. On arrival I was impressed by its location and toyed with booking a room for a weekend. I ditched all thoughts of that before my first drink.…