Overview of Page 10 Hotel
The Page 10 hotel in Pattaya has been my go-to hotel for the past few years. It has a cool modern style, is located on Soi 10 which is centrally located in the city and a quick walk in either direction to Beach Road or Second Road. It is still a great hotel, however it is starting to show wear and tear and could use some updating. We’ll cover it all in our full Page 10 hotel review.
- Great Location on Soi 10
- Close to the beach and baht bus routes
- Excellent, friendly, & helpful staff
- Nice roof top pool area and bar
- Huge walk-in showers in the Deluxe King rooms
- Ethernet outlet for fast internet speeds (avoiding the slow wifi)
- Guest Friendly
- Rooms are starting to show wear and tear. Repairs are not done up to standard
- Rooms in front can be noisy from the local bars, even though they have double sliding doors
- Mini-bar had many missing items
- Poor Wifi
- Attention to detail is lacking for a hotel in this price range
>>You might be interested in our Guide To Guest Friendly Hotels in Pattaya
The standard rooms are smaller, with a closet like shower. I always stay in the Deluxe King which is a very large room with a gigantic walk-in shower that is amazing. This review will concentrate on the latter.
The Deluxe King rooms at the Page 10 hotel are very spacious with a minimalist design. No artwork on the walls, mostly white with an accent wall that differs in color depending on the rooms. There is a small writing desk and chair to work at your computer, with a handy Ethernet jack.
The TV is adequate for a room of this size, but not large by any means. The cable has a few western and English language channels that will keep you entertained or caught up on the news, but nothing more than that.
The shower in the Deluxe King is awesome. It is a walk in shower that could handle a small party (and probably has at some point), and also has a tub for those that are inclined. There is either a slow rain style shower head above or a hand held high-power fixture on the wall – you can alternate between either.
The room comes with a stocked fridge, which doesn’t leave much room for items you buy from the local 7-11. There are also some treats available to snack on. I did notice on this last trip that both of which were lacking, and several missing items limited your choices. They were crossed out on the mini-bar receipt so there wasn’t an issue of being charged for something that wasn’t there. I’m not sure why this was, but it left a somewhat bad impression.
You do get two free bottles of drinking water a day which is pretty standard. There is a coffee/tea kettle and packets to make single serving. The kettle had been left half full of water from a previous guest.
The AC in the room is powerful and keeps the place as cool as you could want. It is controlled, along with the lights from a bedside control panel. The panel’s clock was displaying the wrong time, which I was unable to change or use the built in alarm clock. Not a big deal but lacks attention to detail. Plus it seemed a bit dirty.
One of the lights in the room was out on arrival. Again, not a big deal, but show lack of attention.
There is a small seating area in the room which is nice to have as is the balcony. For some reason they don’t have any chairs or other furnishings out there making it useless except for many smokers. Most of the furniture in the room is pretty beaten up, lots of nicks, and just looks like they are getting worn out.
The rooms have an in-room safe which should be standard in all hotels. Some other niceties that never got used were the robes and slippers in the closet, a scale (as if I want to weight myself on vacation), and umbrellas in case it rains.
Internet Connection / Wifi
The wifi in the Page 10 hotel is horrible, like most hotels in Pattaya. Fortunately the room has an Ethernet jack in the wall by the writing desk that gives really good internet speed. If you don’t have an Ethernet cable with you, you can get one cheaply over at Tukcom.
However this doesn’t really help connecting a phone or tablet. The best option is to bring (or buy at Tukcom) a travel router. You plug it into the wall, and connect it to the Ethernet jack and it acts as a wireless router for all your devices. This is very handy for hotels that have a cabled internet connection.
The fitness center at the Page 10 is a small room on the top floor that overlooks the pool. It has a treadmill, stationary bike, some free weights, and a cable machine. It is a pretty standard setup that will allow you a quick workout while on vacation.
The Page 10 hotel pool is located on the roof along with a pool bar. There are several sun loungers as well as three bungalows where you can soak up the rays. The bar area is quite large with seating at tables. You can order both food and drinks here. The pool itself is small and shallow, however it is great for a dip to cool off from the Pattaya heat.
The Page 10 hotel gets top rank for their service. They have a door man to open the door for you whether coming or going, the front desk staff is friendly and courteous. Some speak better English than others, but most try to help you out. The manager here is great, always welcoming and friendly and does her best to address any issues. If you have stayed at the Page 10 before, the staff always welcome you “home.”
- Pool bar
- Hotel Bar
- Fitness Room
- Mini Bar
- Free Wifi
- Ethernet Internet Connection
- In Room Safe
- Laundry Service
- Tea or Coffee Kettle
Page 10 Hotel Photos:
Location: Center of Pattaya on Soi 10. Short walk to Second Road or the Beach. Close to everything.