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Featured Hotels with Discount in Thailand

Thailand has been very hard hit during the Coronavirus pandemic with plenty of hotels and resorts offering a discount of up to 50% in Bangkok, 58% in Phuket, etc. The Covid-19 situation seems to be fully under control and Thailand wants to put China and South Korea on the list as safe countries to visit Thailand. IsaanLive has negotiated hotel rates on a discount basis from June onward for both the local and overseas market. The best deal available seem to be the Rembrandt Hotel & Tower with Trip.com dumping the price to USD 25 per Night.

Featured Hotels in Bangkok

Hotel Stars Discount Price per night, from Choose dates

Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok

★★★★★

-19%

11694

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Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20 - SHA Certified

★★★★

-27%

5338

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Pullman Bangkok King Power

★★★★★

-10%

4843

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Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn

★★★★★

-43%

9051

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Rembrandt Hotel and Suites

★★★★

-10%

4036

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Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok

★★★★★

-45%

12669

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At Residence Suvarnabhumi Hotel

★★★★

-13%

3732

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ibis Bangkok IMPACT

★★★

-6%

5047

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Nouvo City Hotel

★★★★

-8%

2926

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Centre Point Sukhumvit 10

★★★★

-8%

2926

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Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit

★★★★★

-23%

134103

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Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam - SHA Certified

★★★★

-49%

6231

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VIE Hotel Bangkok, MGallery

★★★★★

-60%

14157

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Featured Hotels & Resorts in Phuket

Hotel Stars Discount Price per night, from Choose dates

Amari Phuket

★★★★★

-48%

12666

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Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket

★★★★★

-54%

9744

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Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach

★★★★★

-45%

13373

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Deevana Patong Resort & Spa

★★★★

-11%

2421

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Holiday Inn Express Phuket Patong Beach Central

★★★★

-48%

5529

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Burasari Phuket Resort & Spa

★★★★★

-48%

3317

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Katathani Phuket Beach Resort

★★★★★

-41%

13479

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Grand Mercure Phuket Patong

★★★★★

-11%

3834

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Avista Grande Phuket Karon - MGallery

★★★★★

-54%

12055

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Baan Laimai Beach Resort & Spa

★★★★

-50%

5628

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Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort & Spa

★★★★★

-48%

10856

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Santhiya Koh Yao Yai Resort & Spa

★★★★★

-19%

7056

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The Memory at On On Hotel

★★★

-12%

3430

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Diamond Cliff Resort & Spa

★★★★★

-57%

7030

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JW Marriott Phuket Resort and Spa

★★★★★

-49%

18292

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Featured Hotels & Resorts in Pattaya

Hotel Stars Discount Price per night, from Choose dates

Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya

★★★★★

-54%

221102

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Holiday Inn Pattaya

★★★★

-39%

10865

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Siam@Siam Design Hotel Pattaya

★★★★★

-44%

9051

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Dusit Thani Pattaya

★★★★★

-42%

10963

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Hilton Pattaya

★★★★★

-13%

267233

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Grande Centre Point Pattaya

★★★★★

-6%

10497

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Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya

★★★★

-56%

13057

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Avani Pattaya Resort

★★★★★

-28%

12187

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Mercure Pattaya Ocean Resort

★★★★

-47%

9852

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Featured Hotels in Chiang Mai

Hotel Stars Discount Price per night, from Choose dates

Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai

★★★★★

-12%

9684

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Pingviman Hotel

★★★★

-49%

9850

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Viangbua Mansion

★★★

-33%

3322

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Featured Hotels in Chiang Rai

Hotel Stars Discount Price per night, from Choose dates

Nak Nakara Hotel

★★★★

-7%

6057

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Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort, Thailand

★★★★★

-18%

10687

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Na-Rak-O Resort

★★★

-18%

1916

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Le Patta Hotel Chiang Rai

★★★★

-6%

7873

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Featured Hotels on Koh Samui

Hotel Stars Discount Price per night, from Choose dates

Villa Labaron

★★★★★

-53%

7636

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Chaweng Regent Beach Resort

★★★★

-14%

9985

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Ampha Place

★★★

-27%

3626

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Zazen Boutique Resort & Spa

★★★★

-52%

10751

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Lanna

★★★★

-11%

3228

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Featured Hotels & Resorts in Hua Hin

Hotel Stars Discount Price per night, from Choose dates

Hua Hin Marriott Resort and Spa

★★★★★

-6%

201188

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G Hua Hin Resort & Mall

★★★★

-10%

7769

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Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa - SHA Certified

★★★★★

-12%

9886

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Amari Hua Hin

★★★★★

-16%

7159

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Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin

★★★★★

-29%

155110

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Asira Boutique HuaHin

★★★★

-20%

8669

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Thai Parliament Opens Special Session Over Protest Tensions

Thailand’s Parliament began a special session Monday that was called to address tensions as pro-democracy protests draw students and other demonstrators into the streets almost daily demanding the prime minister's resignation.

As Speaker of the House Chuan Leekpai began the session, only 450 of the total of 731 members of both houses had signed in for the meeting.

The demonstrations by student-led groups in the Bangkok and other cities have three main demands: that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha step down, the constitution be amended to make it more democratic and reforms be made to the monarchy to make it more accountable.

Public criticism of the monarchy is unprecedented in a country where the royal institution has been considered sacrosanct, and royalists have denounced the protesters for raising the issue.

“The only way to a lasting solution for all sides that is fair for those on the streets as well as for the many millions who choose not to go on the streets is to discuss and resolve these differences through the parliamentary process,” Prayuth said last week.

Opposition leader from Pheu Thai Party, Sompong Amornwat delivers a speech during a special session at the parliament in…
Opposition leader from Pheu Thai Party, Sompong Amornwat delivers a speech during a special session at the parliament in Bangkok, Thailand, Oct. 26, 2020.

The non-voting session of Parliament is expected to last two days.

The protesters have little confidence in the parliamentary path, declaring the government’s efforts insincere.

They noted the points of discussion submitted by Prayuth’s government for debate dealt not with the protesters' concerns but were thinly disguised criticisms of the protests themselves.

They concern instead the risk of the coronavirus spreading at rallies, the alleged interference with a royal motorcade by a small crowd earlier this month, and illegal gatherings and the destruction of images of the royal family.

The protesters allege Prayuth, who led a coup in 2014 as the army chief, was returned to power unfairly in last year’s election because laws had been changed to favor a pro-military party. The protesters also say the constitution, written and enacted under military rule, is undemocratic.

Parliament in September was scheduled to vote on six proposed constitutional amendments but instead set up a committee to further consider such proposals, and then recessed.

Constitutional changes require a joint vote of the House and the Senate, but the proposals lack support in the Senate, whose members are not elected and are generally very conservative and hostile to the protesters.

Instead of confronting lawmakers and counter-protesters on Monday, the pro-democracy protest organizers have called for an afternoon march to the German Embassy, apparently to bring attention to the time King Maha Vajiralongkorn spends in Germany.

Germany's foreign minister, questioned in Parliament by a member of the Green Party, recently expressed concern over any political activities the king might be conducting on the country's soil.

Protesters’ criticism of the royal institution has roiled conservative Thais. Self-proclaimed “defenders of the monarchy” mobilized last week online and in rallies in several cities, in many cases led by local civil servants.

A small group of royalist demonstrators were outside Parliament on Monday morning, saying they were there to let lawmakers know of their opposition to any changes in the status of the monarchy.

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Protests Persist in Thailand Ahead of Special Parliamentary Session 

Thousands of protesters gathered in Bangkok’s central shopping district Sunday after the prime minister ignored a "deadline” from the movement to resign.

Last week, largely student-led protests demanded that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-Cha, who seized power in a 2014 coup, resign by Saturday evening. As the deadline came and went, protesters returned to the Ratchaprasong intersection to demand his ouster.

Renewed protests come ahead of a special parliamentary session Monday, which is aimed at easing political tensions amid the ongoing protests.

FILE - Thai protest leader Tattep Ruangprapaikitseree flashes a three-finger salute, a symbol of resistance, as he leaves the Samranrat police station for a court appearance in Bangkok, Thailand, Aug, 26, 2020. Thai Protest Leader: 'Our Demands Are Supremely Clear'Parliament to hold special session after protesters call for removal of prime minister, a new constitution and reform of monarchy

Prayuth has described the special session as a step toward finding a “middle-of-the-road path.

In addition to changes to the constitution, demonstrators are seeking to reduce the influence of the Thai monarchy.

The institution maintains a divine-like status among Thailand’s elite, and is protected by strict “lese majeste” laws that allow for imprisonment of anyone convicted of insulting the monarchy.

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Thai Prime Minister Lifts Week-Old State of Emergency

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha has lifted a state of emergency he imposed one week ago but which failed to bring an end to months of protests seeking his ouster and reforms of the country’s constitutional monarchy.
The government announced the end of the emergency decree in a written statement Thursday, saying the situation had eased to the point where “government officials and state agencies can enforce the regular laws.”
Prayuth issued the state of emergency last week after tens of thousands of protesters marched on his office at Government House in Bangkok and vowed not to leave until he agreed to step down.
Despite the ban on public gatherings of more than four people issued in the decree, mass demonstrations continued in the Thai capital, prompting Prayuth to announce on national television Wednesday that he was planning to lift the state of emergency.
However, the protesters have promised to resume the demonstrations if he did not resign by Saturday.
Prayuth is a former army general who seized power in a 2014 coup that ousted the elected civilian government. He won election to the post last year, but protesters say the vote was rigged in his favor due to laws drafted by the military.
In addition to changes to the constitution, demonstrators are also seeking to reduce the influence of the Thai monarchy. The institution maintains a divine-like status among Thailand’s elite, and is protected by strict “lese majeste” laws that allow for imprisonment of anyone convicted of insulting the monarchy.
Earlier Wednesday, Thai courts reversed a decision to shut down Voice TV — a media outlet partly owned by the family of exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Voice TV is one of four media outlets under investigation by the government for their coverage of the protest movement.

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According to the Government in Thailand, Thailand has confirmed 13 new Covid-19 infections within Thailand in the last 24 hours and furthermore 0 deaths have been reported throughout Thailand. With the new deaths of 0, Thailand now has a total of 3,759 Coronavirus/Covid-19 infections and the official death rate reported by the government of Thailand is 1.6%. 59 died in Thailand.

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