Millennium Resort Patong

Millennium Resort Patong
Millennium Resort Patong
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Millennium Resort Patong

Millennium Resort Patong is a massive resort with a pretty unique location if you prefer to stay in the very heart of Patong Beach for your holiday. While it doesn’t have a beach front location (not many hotels in Patong can actually afford to have one) it does come with a lot of strategical values.

3 reasons why people stay at the Millennium Resort :

  • Millennium Resort Patong is actually part of the giant shopping mall Jungceylon which is almost a little town with a roof and lots of air con zones. With cinemas, bowling lanes, 200 shops and all kinds of fun restaurants, it’s a great escape from the heat or the rain, a great choice for ow season.
  • The famous nightlife of Patong, with Bangla road located just across the street and the beach itself is at walking distance, just at the end of Bangla road.
  • Millennium Resort is divided in 2 wings: Lakeside with 197 rooms and Beachside 227 rooms, but the Lakeside, where we stayed, located in the back is definitely the best one, with an immense pool, a superb spa, a large fitness and most important: better rooms. Note that the name of the wings are misleading since there are no real lake nearby and even less of a beach side!

The other wing has a much smaller pool that feels a little cramped.

Now to give you an idea of what is available around apart from tons of restaurants and shops: Bangla road starts just in front, but the beautiful Banzaan Fresh market located just behind is also worth a look. Next to the resort is Bangla Boxing Stadium and just a couple of kilometres away is the famous Simon Cabaret.

The hotel itself only has one restaurant called the Bistro where you will be most likely having your breakfast, but there is no real need for more since the mall has so many dining options everywhere.

In a resort of this size you can expect to find the usual room types: Deluxe, Superior, Junior Suites.

The rooms at the Lakeside wings are compact but well designed with a bath tub, a decent working station and enough plugs to charge all you fun appliances. All the rooms offer a view on the immense pool, which is quite nice considering that you are in the middle of town.

Staff genuinely tried to be nice but you can tell it must not be easy to smile all day operating a hotel with 400 rooms permanently busy.

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Born in France a long long time ago, I started to travel the world in my 20s and never stopped until I finally settled in Thailand in 1994. Then for the past 23 years, my passion for photography and my natural curiosity has taken me to every corner of Thailand, jumping frequently between Bangkok and Phuket and basically everywhere I could go. I run 2 blogs: Phuket101.net and BangkokUndercover.com, I also manage 30 online travel guides in Asia and beyond, including Phuket.com, Bangkok.com and Bali-Indonesia.com