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The Pavilion Songkhla Hotel is an elegant the first modern hotel in the capital district of Songkhla, and is one of the most well established in the province, high rise hotel set in the heart of the picturesque port of Songkhla. Reflecting the seafaring history of the region, the hotel has been designed in Chinese and Portuguese architectural styles with rich colonial interiors. The province of Songkhla, with the city of Hat Yai as its centre of commerce, serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore.
Songkhla is a historic town with a thriving fishing community, these characteristics are reflection of the wealthy cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed from generations to generations, just only 20 minutes drive from Hat Yai.
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The Pavilion Songkhla
hotel is an elegant, high rise hotel set in the heart of the picturesque
port of Songkhla. Reflecting the seafaring history of the region, the
hotel has been designed in Chinese and Portuguese architectural styles
with rich colonial interiors.
The hotel was the first modern hotel in the capital district of Songkhla, and is one of the most well
established in the province. Facilities including an informal restaurant
serving Thai, Asian and Western cuisines, a spacious lobby lounge, Karaoke
Lounge, Snooker room and traditional Thai massage.
There are 179 rooms at the Pavilion Songkhla Hotel. Overlooking
the Samila Beach, each room is equipped with modern comforts and conveniences.
Amenities include satellite television, air conditioning with individual
control, IDD telephone, fully stocked Mini-bar, wall-to-wall carpeting,
private bathroom with separate tub and shower.
RESTAURANT & BAR
One of the most popular restaurants in the region for both visitors
and locals. Sai-Kaew restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner;
with Thai, Chinese and classic Western menus. The well established reputation
of this restaurant has been with the hotel and the town for more than
The spacious and cosy lobby lounge serves drinks, snacks and plays light
music while you take a break or conducting your business or casual rendezvous.
This casual section of the hotel
offers snacks, cakes and plated desserts in the morning and afternoon.
Located on the first floor.
Cafe Paradisso Pub Enjoy invigorating drinks
to live band music at Cafe Paradisso Pub, where smooth mixed drinks,
ice cold beer and creative cocktails are served nightly.
MEETING & CONFERENCE
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
- Screen / Display Boards
- Video Projector
- Tape Recorder
- Slide & Overhead Projector
- Whiteboard / Flip Chart
Samila A Room
Samila B room
FACILITIES & SERVICES
- Business Centre
- Internet & Email
- Traditional Thai massage
- Private Karaoke rooms
- Snooker room
- Fitness corner
- Car Park
- Laundry & Dry cleaning
- Meeting rooms & Banquet facilities
- Conference rooms
- Facsimile service
- Pub with live band
- Room service
The province of Songkhla, with the city of Hat Yai as its centre
of commerce, serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and
transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. Hat Yai
has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the
southern region. Songkhla's capital town is a historic town with a thriving
fishing community, just 20 minutes drive from Hat Yai.
An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins, arts, and places of cultural
importance, Songkhla, a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, charms
visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment.
These characteristics are reflections of the provinces rich cultural
heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generations