The dead man has been named as Michael Heldt. He noted his nationality in registering at the establishment as ''Deutsch'' and recorded his birthday as 21.11.1960.
While there are no suspicious circumstances, the middle-aged man - who was to celebrate his birthday next week - happens to be the second German tourist to die in a resort room in Phuket's nightlife capital, Patong, after sex so far this month.
Security camera footage and registration records of guests and visitors at the P.S2 Bungalow have persuaded investigating police that there are no reasons to suspect foul play in the manner of death of the man in the most recent case today.
His body was found spreadeagled face up on the rather gaudy bedsheets at the establishment about 3.30pm. Four used condoms in a small rubbish container hinted at an overdose of sex.
Photographs were taken by foundation charity workers at the scene after part of his naked body had been demurely covered with a while towel. The shots show a couple of empty Bacardi bottles and a mostly drained bottle of Heineken.
A maid who works at the bungalows in Rat-U-Tit 200 Pi Road, where rooms are inexpensive and spartan, told officers from Kathu Police Station, which oversees Patong, that she saw the man return with a bar hostess at an unspecified time last night.
The hostess, nicknamed ''Wasana,'' signed in at reception, giving her full name, as visitors are obliged to do. She signed out today at 11.30am.
The maid noticed the door was ajar when she checked at 3.30pm to see if the room was still occupied.
Police have questioned the hostess, who works at a bar in Patong's popular Soi Bangla walking street, and accept her account that the man was still breathing when she departed.
Phuketwan has the name of the man but will refrain from publishing it until relatives have been notified.
Another German visitor to Patong, Karl Ernst, aged 79, was found dead on November 4 in a room at another resort elsewhere in Patong.
He had had sex with a bar hostess shortly before his death, police determined from evidence in the room.
While Mr Ernest had come to Phuket with three male companions, the man who died today was travelling alone. He checked in on November 15 and was due to leave the establishment on December 7.