Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 5, 2013
We were upgraded to a cottage and it was a delight. A front porch, generous interior space,beautiful bathroom. The pool was huge, clean and close by. The grounds were spectacular. It was a short walk off the grounds to all the action yet it remained quiet and peaceful. My only complaint would be that the beautiful tile floors were extremely slippery even when dry and required vigilance.
Sea Pearl is located up the hill of Patong, providing a much more serene and lavishly green surrounding than the resorts within the heart of Patong. Hourly shuttles allow you to enjoy the heart of the city and nightlife, as well. Service was friendly but communication was difficult however staff is responsive to your needs. The resort itself is gorgeous, offeriing all of the amenities you would come to expect from a higher end resort, however, the jacuzzi is useless and only offers cold water. Another complaint we had was that the resort was a ghost town given the time of year rand perhaps prices should have been dropped to attract more tourists. Our room safe was not bolted in and there were no onsite cameras despite round the clock security in the areas. Breakfast buffet was decent but did not include freshly brewed coffee and eggs. I recommend this resort but during slow season, I would not recommend it to party goers.
Great little hotel and just the right distance from the Patong hustle. The staff were very friendly and acommodating. The breakfasts were amazing! We spent time in the Shangri la 5 star hotel in Bangkok after our stay at the seaview and the brekfasts at the Seaview were better.
"duan jitt hotel, phuket thailand"
Reviewed by barbara m of "richmond hill,canada" on
Mar 4, 2011
beautiful resort...swimming pool area gorgeous...staff very friendly...close to patong beach shopping area and bangla street...luckily could not hear any noise at night....very relaxing...only downfall is the internet service first of all had to pay for this...which all other hotels we stayed in thailand was free...and connection was terrible....