A stampede of more than 300 guests fled a three-star Pattaya hotel in a panic in the wee hours of yesterday morning when a fire suddenly broke out on the building’s 12th floor.

Fortunately, there were no casualties.

At 1:30AM, Muang Pattaya police received a report regarding a fire at the 14-story beachfront Grand Jomtien Palace Hotel located in Chonburi province’s Bang Lamung District.

MORE THAN 300 GUESTS FLED FROM THEIR PATTAYA HOTEL ROOMS WHEN FIRE BROKE OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT

The fire caused a power blackout inside the hotel, which was rapidly filling with smoke, according to Workpoint.

At that point, guests — many of whom were Chinese and Russian tourists — and employees began rushing for the exits.

It reportedly took firefighters about 30 minutes to put out the fire, which they believe began in the 12th-floor control room.

Initial inspection led investigators to suspect that a short circuit was the cause of the flames. However, investigations into the incident continue.