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  1. #3663

    Bummer

    Quote Originally Posted by Lorus  [View Original Post]
    I'm staying in the Avani hotel right now and I'm sorry to say that they have introduced a 1000 Baht joiner fee if you want to bring a lady to your room. I wasn't aware of this when I booked my room.

    Last year in July when I stayed here last, there were no joiner fee. It was still a Marriott hotel at that time.
    Thanks for the heads up! Beginning to see the value in refundable reservations.

  2. #3662

    Avani Hotel: Joiner fee introduced

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGuy68  [View Original Post]
    FYI, Avani just finished a remodel. Centrally located between LK and Walking street. After months of narrowing down my search I tried to decide between Hilton (that pool though), Barracuda, and Avani. All pretty close to each other. Started plotting the places I wanted to check out on google maps. Top go gos, massage parlors and top restaurants on a map. Including beertopia craft beer spot, Beefeater steakhouse, windmill and Benjamit coffee house to name a few best reviewed. I pulled the trigger on Avani. Bit more expensive vs barracuda but seems worth it. Way better pool with swim up bar and lush green environment IMO. It was hard to not take the communities Barracuda favorite. It is my first time so others here would have better advice. I will be arriving August 28th at Avani. After 3 nights in BKK.
    I'm staying in the Avani hotel right now and I'm sorry to say that they have introduced a 1000 Baht joiner fee if you want to bring a lady to your room. I wasn't aware of this when I booked my room.

    Last year in July when I stayed here last, there were no joiner fee. It was still a Marriott hotel at that time.

  3. #3661

    Avani

    Quote Originally Posted by ViperZ  [View Original Post]
    Hi Guys!

    Am heading over there in August for some fun. Would like some recommendation of hotels that is walking distance to the agogo bars / etc. Will be concentrating on South Pattaya.

    Thanks.
    FYI, Avani just finished a remodel. Centrally located between LK and Walking street. After months of narrowing down my search I tried to decide between Hilton (that pool though), Barracuda, and Avani. All pretty close to each other. Started plotting the places I wanted to check out on google maps. Top go gos, massage parlors and top restaurants on a map. Including beertopia craft beer spot, Beefeater steakhouse, windmill and Benjamit coffee house to name a few best reviewed. I pulled the trigger on Avani. Bit more expensive vs barracuda but seems worth it. Way better pool with swim up bar and lush green environment IMO. It was hard to not take the communities Barracuda favorite. It is my first time so others here would have better advice. I will be arriving August 28th at Avani. After 3 nights in BKK.

  4. #3660
    Quote Originally Posted by ViperZ  [View Original Post]
    Am heading over there in August for some fun. Would like some recommendation of hotels that is walking distance to the agogo bars / etc. Will be concentrating on South Pattaya..
    If you mean gogo bars near Walking Street, 4 good hotels between Soi 13/2 and 13/3 are Baywalk Residence, Aya, Avani, and ISG favorite Baraquda. There are many cheaper and IMHO far lower quality hotels literally on Walking Street itself or on the side sois like Soi 14.

    If you mean gogo bars near LK Metro, good hotels literally steps from LK Metro are LK Metropole, Areca Lodge, LK Renaissance, and Centara Avenue hotel. You can also airbnb many of the new condos near LK Metro.

    Best way to get from LK Metro to Walking Street is a 10 baht bus on Soi Buakhao. Takes you to 2nd Road and South Pattaya Road, except on Tuesday and Fridays when it stops near Tukcom due to the night market. You may choose to opt for a 40-50 baht motorbike ride on those nights.

    Walking Street to LK Metro is to take the always interesting baht bus from 2nd Road and South Pattaya Road to Soi Diana (Kiss restaurant) and take a quick walk to LK Metro.

    As Allover says, as long as your hotel is one of the 100's anywhere along the baht bus route you're good.

  5. #3659

    Walking Street transportation to hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by MrManGuy  [View Original Post]
    Based on my past experiences, I don't like noise, I go to bed early for Pattaya and so book a hotel far from Walking Street. Add 2 or 300 baht for taxi from WS as girls won't want to wait for ubers, but the hotels are usually cheaper anyway.
    I always stay on the baht bus route. Always a 1-3 minute walk from Second Road. When I take my girl back to the hotel, we walk to Second Road from Walking Street and take the baht bus to the hotel for a total of 20 baht. I would never take a moto taxi. I'm too big, too old, and too afraid.

  6. #3658

    Recommended Hotels For South Pattaya

    Hi Guys!

    Am heading over there in August for some fun. Would like some recommendation of hotels that is walking distance to the agogo bars / etc. Will be concentrating on South Pattaya.

    Thanks.

  7. #3657
    Based on my past experiences, I don't like noise, I go to bed early for Pattaya and so book a hotel far from Walking Street. Add 2 or 300 baht for taxi from WS as girls won't want to wait for ubers, but the hotels are usually cheaper anyway.

  8. #3656
    Quote Originally Posted by Axiata  [View Original Post]
    Stayed for a few nights at this hotel. Booked a slightly larger room and it was fine. Bed was very large and room was also large. Bathroom was tight and showing age. However the hotel was girl friendly and I saw many mongers late at night bringing back their catch.

    Staff not overly helpful but not rude either. Only in the hotel to play and sleep so it did not bother me much.

    Overall the hotel is on walking street next to Mixx nightclub making it easy to walk your catch back early in the morning.

    Would recommend this one but get a larger room.

    Happy Hunting.
    Stayed here as well recently and want to add: if you get the biggest suites that they have (which I did) they are literally on the front of WS so it's boomboomboom in your room with bass / music coming from the streets and also in the morning lots of noise from lots of sources. So it's not the best for those that want to sleep early or sleep in longer in mornings. I also thought the rooms showed some age and for the price it def. Wasn't the best value. Def girl friendly tho altho if you come In late you can count on it that you need to register her. In the morning it's a long walk then to the other part of the resort where a security guy will return her ID. They aren't kept at the central reception. Bit awkward always there but he can order a motorbike for the girl there at least.

    Location wise of course the best for WS! All on your doorstep.

  9. #3655

    April Suites

    Quote Originally Posted by ParkVille  [View Original Post]
    April Suites was the first hotel I stayed at in Thailand, in June 2012. Very good hotel, haven't been able to book it (other than 1 time) since because they rarely have near-same day vacancies. Decent memories there, and the mammaries weren't too bad either.
    April Suites got a stellar review by Bangkok112, a very popular Youtube Vblogger. I've read other great reviews of the place elsewhere, touting it as an excellent mid-range budget option, offering extra value for the money. When the word gets out about a good deal, this is what happens. Based on my past experience in the lodging industry, the logical nextstep is that they will raise prices until reservations drop off. That's known as "inventory management" in the lodging industry.

  10. #3654
    Quote Originally Posted by FormulaOneFan  [View Original Post]
    Just a few blocks from Soi6 down a side road. Nice and very reasonably priced, good sized rooms with a king sized bed, balcony if you're a smoker. Very girl friendly. They take the girl ID when you arrive and give you a call when the girl leaves to make sure everything is OK. Its a 10 min motobike taxi ride from walking street.
    April Suites was the first hotel I stayed at in Thailand, in June 2012. Very good hotel, haven't been able to book it (other than 1 time) since because they rarely have near-same day vacancies. Decent memories there, and the mammaries weren't too bad either.

  11. #3653

    Ibis Pattaya

    Is Ibis Hotel girl friendly?? I have stayed there but never taken a lady back and never saw much of a bargirl scene, it was all families and there was a plaque on the reception desk that said something about not supporting "[CodeWord908]. " I'm guessing they aren't girl friendly, but wouldn't be surprised if they do allow girls back in the room.

  12. #3652

    April Suites

    Just a few blocks from Soi6 down a side road. Nice and very reasonably priced, good sized rooms with a king sized bed, balcony if you're a smoker. Very girl friendly. They take the girl ID when you arrive and give you a call when the girl leaves to make sure everything is OK. Its a 10 min motobike taxi ride from walking street.

  13. #3651

    Siam Bayshore

    Stayed for a few nights at this hotel. Booked a slightly larger room and it was fine. Bed was very large and room was also large. Bathroom was tight and showing age. However the hotel was girl friendly and I saw many mongers late at night bringing back their catch.

    Staff not overly helpful but not rude either. Only in the hotel to play and sleep so it did not bother me much.

    Overall the hotel is on walking street next to Mixx nightclub making it easy to walk your catch back early in the morning.

    Would recommend this one but get a larger room.

    Happy Hunting.

  14. #3650

    Hotel Agate- Jomtien Beach

    I stayed at this hotel February. Yes it is over the hill in Jomtien but 10 min Baht Bus is not bad and if there is desire for lower key, this is a great community- in the Jomtien Complex it is in the heart of the Gay district but it is only flamboyant after 8:00 or so, the hotel of about 60 rooms is newly remodeled- physically would be rated 4+ in US terms, price about 1500 Bt including breakfast for 2. Breakfast was a 5+ breakfast with high high quality. Rooms with big beds, two pools, guest friendly- both male and female, good staff but as at many english is not great- close to beach, baht bus, multiple bars, restaurants, markets. Would recommend highly, and I will rebook for next trip.

  15. #3649

    Avista Hideaway

    Quote Originally Posted by OldNewGuy  [View Original Post]
    It is indeed posh but. It takes 15 minutes from Bangla Road, taxis are pretty merciless is Patong. Money is better spent renting a car or bike.

    I didn't had a girl with me but you can play cool reserving for two and not move from your rights, or call and ask in advance.
    Thanks, Old New Guy.

    I just spent my first of two nights, and your assessment is spot-on. Posted a review in Phuket hotel thread. Many thanks!

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