Seaview Patong Hotel

At the Seaview Patong Hotel, the sea is always in view. Just as the name of the hotel suggests, you can see it from the restaurant terrace, pools and lobby.

Design-wise, the hotel is traditionally Thai. Picture gabled peaks along the rooftop, fountains trickling into the pools, and an open-air lobby with dark-wood decor.

The main pool mimics a lagoon, and has rock formations, waterfalls and bubbling zones – there’s even a palm that sprouts out of the centre! There are bars both poolside and beachside.

Every morning, you can watch the fishermen set off out to sea while you enjoy breakfast. In the evening, dinners feature Thai flavours and live music.

Overview of Patong Beach

When you head to Patong Beach on your holiday to Phuket, you can expect extravagant beaches, world-class shopping centres and brilliant nightlife.

Hot, sunny days mean you can make the best of the beautiful sands. But, after the sun sets, the nightclubs and bars really come to life. On the gorgeous coastline, there’s always something to do and somewhere to eat.

The resort is most famous for its nightlife, but nearly every attraction is geared towards people looking for fun holidays, so there’s plenty for families, too.

Things to do in Patong Beach

The Seaview Patong Hotel’s right at the south end of the lively, busy Patong Beach. Although this is the quieter end of the sands, the clubs and bars of bustling Bangla Road are only 15 minutes’ walk away.

Although it’s a popular beach, there’s always somewhere free for you to settle down and relax. If you want something more active, you can try windsurfing, sea kayaking or banana boating.

The resort’s also home to some of the best nightlife in Thailand. Bangla Road’s closed every night to cars and transforms into a world of neon lights, thumping bass music and delicious cocktails.

In Patong Beach, you can enjoy wild nights and relaxing days on the sand in equal measure.

Resort Summary

No Patong Beach holidays are complete without spending the majority of your time on its sandy shoreline. Even though it’s a busy, popular beach, there’s always somewhere to settle down and relax. You can opt for umbrellas and sun-loungers or enjoy the sun-beds in some of the more luxury waterfront hotels.

If you want a more active day, opt for parasailing, jet-skiing or boat trips – and afterwards, enjoy a massage right on the beach! If you visit between November and April, the water is usually flat and calm, making it perfect for swimming and snorkelling.

Patong Beach is lined with a number of restaurants, cafes and bars, where you can taste delicious Thai food while watching the sun sink into the sea.​