This venue, in Soi Lengkee is run by Ae, who relocated from Bangkok and opened the guest house in 2012.
Originally it featured a massage shop too, where guests and members of the public could relax and enjoy one of Thailand’s special treatments. However, they closed this so, if Googling, you should ignore the massage facilities mentioned.
The facilities are still present and may well open again in the future. Check with reception if in doubt.
Miracle House does however have ten comfortable rooms available for tourists to stay when in Pattaya.
The rooms are large, spacious and bright in what could be described as a modern guest house. They are decorated in pastel colours, with similar shades for the floor tiles.
The beds are large and comfortable with tables positioned beside them playing host to bedside lamps. Some rooms offer balconies with views over Soi Lengkee, which can be entertaining as you observe people going about their business.
You may find flowers in the air conditioned rooms adding a touch of colour here or there. Each rooms has a television, tea and coffee facilities, a refrigerator, and a small writing desk and mirror.
You will find a safe so you can store your valuables and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the premises.
The rooms are cleaned daily and staff place fresh bottles of water in the fridge as they do so.
You will notice the staff have a different T shirt for every day of the week at Miracle House.
The rooms are spotless and well fitted and the location is great for anyone wishing to enjoy the nightlife of Soi Buakhao, LK Metro and beyond. Soi Lengkee has some fantastic bars and restaurants, so you never need to venture far for a drink or excellent food.