Thailand multi-centre holiday, Bangkok, Chiang Mai & Koh Samui - save 27%
Step into another world with a 15 night trip to exotic Thailand - a land that's a full of Eastern promises that it most definitely keeps. From the gleaming sky...... more
Step into another world with a 15 night trip to exotic Thailand - a land that's a full of Eastern promises that it most definitely keeps. From the gleaming sky scrapers of Bangkok to the ancient temples, there's always something new to discover in this traveler's mecca. Here's your chance to explore three difference facets of this culturally rich country with our three centre escape that takes you from the bustle of the cities to the calm of the beach.You'll start you journey in buzzing Bangkok in a four-star, riverside hotel. Take a complimentary shuttle from Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Hotel to the Skytrain station where you can start exploring the city's top sights. Travel in Thai-style and hop in a tuktuk to explore Asiatique the Riverfront - Bangkok's newest night market which brims with energy.Next stop is Chiang Mai where you've got four nights to explore Thailand's second city. Set in the foothills of northern Thailand, Chiang Mai captures the essence of what makes Thailand so unique. There are hundreds of sacred temples to explore and you're safely watched over by the majestic mountains that surround the city. You'll end your journey in Koh Samui, where you'll spend six nights at the Chaweng Regent Beach Resort, set within pretty tropical gardens on a quiet stretch of Chaweng, yet still close enough for you to visit the shops, restaurants and bars if you wish. The hotel's excellent restaurant is right on the beach, serving a mixture of Thai and international dishes. The Escape Spa spreads into the garden with an outdoor Jacuzzi and an open air massage area.Good to knowPlease note that your outbound flight is overnight, so you will need to allow for one extra night away.
Advantages: Nice comfortable hotel Disadvantages: A bit out of the city and a soulless location
...There?s always a compromise to be had with the cheaper end of the London hotel market; location versus size of room. In terms of room space and quality, the London Ramada Docklands was excellent. In terms of location, it felt we were stopping at an industrial park in Essex somewhere, rather than having a night in London. Still, we are rarely night owls these days so we might as well be in...
Advantages: good location, good transport connections. Disadvantages: irish "pub" restuarant, a bit noisey
...a gaelic shield with "The Dubliner" the Irish Pub. Now imagine walking out of your chinzy hotel into an Irish Pub for your meal.
The Bar was packed, it seemed that Washington's young and trendy like this format. We waited to be seated in the bar, and were about to turn tail and find something a little more refined when. "Hello Sir, how are we today" Gulp. The restaurant was busy as well, large groups...
...I stayed in the Ramada Hotel in Belfast and I must say that the experiance had its flaws and its charms. I normally stay in the Hilton or the Europa in Belfast if I ever decide to stay but because of the busy Valintines Day period I was unable to book a room in either of these hotels so I then decided to book a room with the Ramada.
The price of this hotel was reasonable, at £79 a night, I...