Pattara Resort & Spa

Pattara Resort & Spa

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349/40 Chaiyanupap Rd. Muang, Phitsanulok, Thailand 65000

Telephone : (66)55 282966 – Fax : (66)55 320533 – Mobile : (66)86 9394499 –

Pattara Resort & Spa is a new-build resort in Phitsanulok. The establishment offers 64 spacious rooms, tech-savvy touches and a hip social atmosphere. The tranquillity exuded from within the halls of the Pattara Resort and tells of the calm and serenity that only their invigorating infinity pools and our all-encompassing service can bring. Their hotel vision rests upon the unfathomable beauty and vitality of their ponds and pools, a vision that is reflected in their unique hotel and spa.

Pattara Resort & Spa superior rooms offer you 45 square-metre of splendour, with a twin or king size bed, luxurious rain shower and separate bath, satellite television and high-speed internet access. Deluxe rooms offer comfort and tranquility to the weary traveller and relaxation after a heavy workload. In their 56 square-metre rooms, unwind from a king sized bed and with amenities including refrigerators stocked with a variety to suit any taste.

There are two overwater villas offering 100 square-metre of luxurious living space with unobstructed views of the alluring lotus lagoon. Each villa is furnished with a king bed and a private day-bed that is suitable for a honeymoon couple. The design of the villas refer to the traditional float house that server as a signature of Phitsanulok. There is nothing quite like staying in a pool villa. Pattara Resort & Spa 351 square-metre villa will homage you with one of the most romantic holiday experience. Simple but luxurious style, complete privacy with your own pool and outdoor bathtub. Enjoy your private pavilion surrounded by a Lilly pond.

Pattara Resort & Spa welcomes you to a timeless experience as you step into the world of relaxation and rejuvenation of Pattara Spa. Come on a spa journey that is seamlessly breathtaking, enchanting and invigorating. Allow Pattara Resort & Spa to pamper your body, mind and soul in this ultimate sanctuary with their many splendour treatments and therapies. Indulge in the essence of wellbeing and achieve a complete body and mind equilibrium.

At the Pattara Resort & Spa ‘Ton-Tan’ restaurant, dining is always a special experience. Both an indoor and outdoor restaurant, it looks over the landmarked lagoon with views around the resort, and offers the art of oriental and international cuisine. Ton-Tan serves lunch and snacks alongside the pool.

Pattara Resort & Spa salt system large infinity edge pool is surrounded by a beautiful pond; a children’s pool is also available for our young guests for safe wet fun. There are conference facilities for groups from 10 to 150 people available at Tan-Ta-Node meeting room. Special theme parties can be arranged at various locations around the resort to suite the style of any function.

A perfect retreat from the midday sun, the library is stocked with magazines, books, DVDs and Internet stations. An air conditioned gym room, equipped with the latest modern work out gear, perfect to pump those muscles or to work off a few pounds, completes the range of features of Pattara Resort & Spa

THAILAND ON 2 WHEELS stayed at Pattara Resort & Spa in May 2014, sponsored by Neverending Asia –

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Thomas has a university background in the UK and in Latin America, with studies in Languages and Humanities, Culture, Literature and Economics. He started his Asian experience as a publisher in Krabi in 2005. Thomas has been editing local newspapers and magazines in England, Spain and Thailand for more than fifteen years. He is currently working on several projects in Thailand and abroad. Apart from Thailand, Thomas has lived in Italy, England, Venezuela, Cuba, Spain and Bali. He spends most of his time in Asia. During the years Thomas has developed a great understanding of several Asian cultures and people. He is also working freelance, writing short travel stories and articles for travel magazines. Follow Thomas on

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