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  1. #3776

    Wifi

    Quote Originally Posted by IsgNotMsg  [View Original Post]
    I need some suggestions for a hotel that provides reliable and fast wifi connections. I don't usually need this but on my next trip, I will also have to get a bunch of work done and the wifi connection will be imperative.

    Thanks in advance.
    I'm staying at Whitehouse Condotel now. Wifi downloads are consistently 25-30 MBs in the room. Uploads slightly slower. B1350 rate includes breakfast. There are numerous reviews of this hotel in this thread.

  2. #3775
    Quote Originally Posted by DrifterMan  [View Original Post]
    Will be spending some time in Pattaya over the New Year. How soon should I book my hotel? Say a couple of days before and after New Year.
    ASAP as that is the highest demand time during high season. Try not to have to prepay so you retain flexibility.

    SL.

  3. #3774

    Needed: Fast Reliable Wifi

    I need some suggestions for a hotel that provides reliable and fast wifi connections. I don't usually need this but on my next trip, I will also have to get a bunch of work done and the wifi connection will be imperative.

    Thanks in advance.

  4. #3773

    Booking hotels over NYE?

    Will be spending some time in Pattaya over the New Year. How soon should I book my hotel? Say a couple of days before and after New Year.

  5. #3772
    Quote Originally Posted by Abigbulge  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    Sorry to butt in, but I was wondering if anyone had stayed at the sandy recently?, I have always stayed here when visiting Pattaya, and I noticed on google earth the restaurant has gone next door, and the bar. Hooters - has been reported as making the hotel a noisy place to stay?

    So I was hoping someone could give me a and update, as I like the hotel. If anyone else can suggest a similar girl friendly one, that is quiet and convenient that would be cool.

    Thanks.
    I stayed there in mid-June, and it was great. My first time there, and I was sufficiently pleased that I plan to stay there again when I next visit Pattaya. Had breakfast most days in the outdoor restaurant directly across the alley. All good. ID at desk as usual, but staff is great (flirted with them as I aways do, but of course they wouldn't come up to my room).

  6. #3771
    Staying at Siam at Siam design this week. Rooms I really like. Staying in a Junior corner suite ocean view. Spacious and nice with great room cleaners (and if you tip they will do anything for you in any timeframe you wish). Girlfriendly: Yes. It is a big hotel tho and you will feel like a number here. And it's also a Chinese in- Chinese out factory. You will see them all day, every day, any time. Took 2 girls so far but was never asked for ID but I think it more depends on time / busyness of the staff. Even after midnight lot of times there are large groups being checked in so your guest and you aren't really a priority then. But of course if you want her checked in that's possible with the security on the side.

    Funny thing is you get such a different experience of Pattaya here then when staying much closer to Walking street. It's almost 2 different holidays I feel. One 'bad' thing about the hotel is that it is on the wrong side of directions of the baht bus for going to walking street. So when you want to take the bus there have to go through the soi to get towards beach road. But that's a short 5 minute walk.

    Wouldn't advise the hotel to people who want to take back beach road FL's quickly as it's bit of a ride to get there then. But overall I give this hotel def. The +++ and there's sometimes some great deals to be had compared to other places closer to walking.

  7. #3770

    Sureena Hotel

    Just booked Sureena Hotel Soi Pattaya 13/2 Beach Road, for around 550 baht per night all in. Half block off Beach Road and next to Post Office. Definitely on the low end but good location. Will report after stay from mid Oct to first of November. Price on the hotel search engine website was cheaper than the Hotel's actual website by around 200+ baht.

  8. #3769
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have recommendations for a hotel that allows 3 guests in one room without having to pay for an extra joiner? Any recommendations for a hotel that doesn't check the id's?
    VT6 technically allows unlimited visitors. There is building security but they are easy to avoid by walking up to the 4th floor and taking the main elevators, or using the "staff" elevators located in the garage. Honey's coffee house is a reliable agent for Vt6 rentals. Note that Vt6 is a big albatross. Even though it's smack in the middle of the action, it's size makes it seem a bit dark and isolated.

  9. #3768

    Guest friendly or joiner Fee?

    Quote Originally Posted by MahendraBahuba  [View Original Post]
    Have any one tried this place. Its very close to Walking street.

    I am considering it for my next trip in May. http://www.booking.com/hotel/th/the-...-05-28;room1=A, A;dest_type=landmark; dest_id=29761;matching_block_id=41067801_95546201_0_0_0;place_id=29761;place_id_lat=12.926979450041;place_id_lon=100.874018669128;place_id_ss=Walking Street Pattaya; nflt=hotelfacility=96;pri=1;ht_id=201;review_score=70;;m_occ=2.
    Is it guest friendly or is there a joiner fee? Price and location look good and it is an apartotel.

  10. #3767

    LK Empress. City side room

    Also, would anyone be able to comment on expected noise levels if I book room on the city side? I can cancel and pay a little more for pool side. I don't care about looking out the window. Just whether it will be an issue with noise.

  11. #3766
    Quote Originally Posted by Nixonbd  [View Original Post]
    I have stayed at Empress the past two visits, as I will again in a few short weeks. It is very clean as are all on the LK chain. The Empress is very GF, even had one girl come to my room without me meeting her in the lobby. The guest does have to leave their ID and the desk will check on your well-being when your guest picks up their card.
    OK thanks! I think I read that girls do have to be 20+?

  12. #3765
    Quote Originally Posted by LGuy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm thinking of switching my reservation for LK Empress to be shorter and switching to Wave. Can't do full since it seems like some hotels are already booked the weekend I'll be there in August. Wondering if anyone has comments about it. It will cost twice as much as Empress but does look nicer all around. Wondering what type of people stay. If mostly families / couples etc. I believe it should be guest friendly but still would like to know.
    I have stayed at Empress the past two visits, as I will again in a few short weeks. It is very clean as are all on the LK chain. The Empress is very GF, even had one girl come to my room without me meeting her in the lobby. The guest does have to leave their ID and the desk will check on your well-being when your guest picks up their card.

  13. #3764
    Quote Originally Posted by ItIsMe83  [View Original Post]
    I stayed there a few months ago. Staff = 10+ , incredible friendly. It's very, very boutique tho. I stayed during high season and I hardly ever walked into other guests tho so don't worry about who stays there. I didn't ever eat breakfast or used swimming pool tho so when there you might get a better impression.

    Yes it is girl friendly so doubt that changed. Reception (later in evening just a random security dude or so) just takes ID. Don't remember them calling in the morning tho but maybe you can request them doing so.

    Now price / value wise it's ridiculously bad. I travel 7/8 months a year and always think of this place when thinking of one that's overpriced by 60%. They charge double as most other places and I thought the rooms were very average at best. Imagine sleeping in some ikea room. Felt all a bit cheap and trying bit hard and just can't see why they ask so much for the rooms, except location or so. Doubt they try to target monger market and more the hipster crowd or something that think they want something fancy (I fell for it so haha). I like to mostly only stay in upscale places but this one def felt out of place considering the amount I paid and what you get. Note also that rooms facing beach road have lot of noise coming in. Doesn't seem well insulted.

    So stay there if you'd like it is a nice place with lovely staff but it isn't anything really fancy if that's what you hope for.
    OK thank you for the feedback! I guess I'll stick with what I have.

  14. #3763
    Quote Originally Posted by Dinghy  [View Original Post]
    Not checking ID is a bad idea. I even go so far as taking a picture with my phone.
    Just a thought but if something bad were to happen to you your phone would definitely not be left behind at the scene of the crime.

  15. #3762
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have recommendations for a hotel that allows 3 guests in one room without having to pay for an extra joiner? Any recommendations for a hotel that doesn't check the id's?
    Not checking ID is a bad idea. I even go so far as taking a picture with my phone.

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