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  1. #3934

    Hotels

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    I believe the original poster has already stayed at LK Empress and wants something nicer. Royal Cliff is the nicest hotel I have stayed at in Pattaya. More of a resort like Dusit Thani. Your best bet is likely Baraquda for convenience to Walking Street and a nice room.

    I concur with others that the average Baywalk room is not nicer than the average LK room. The 60+ sqm rooms in some of the LK hotels are quite nice.
    Agree BB. Have stayed at Baraquda which was excellent. Close to WS and very nice rooms and facilities. Stayed also at Siam Bayshore which had ok rooms and nice facilities. It was right on WS so great location. Lately have been staying at At Mind just near Soi 6. Great location and well priced. Good rooms but beds a littke hard. Good pool and facilities. All three hotels are GF. Am back in Pattaya next week and have again booked At Mind. Cannot resist it being so close to soi 6.

    Happy Hunting.

  2. #3933
    I believe the original poster has already stayed at LK Empress and wants something nicer. Royal Cliff is the nicest hotel I have stayed at in Pattaya. More of a resort like Dusit Thani. Your best bet is likely Baraquda for convenience to Walking Street and a nice room.

    I concur with others that the average Baywalk room is not nicer than the average LK room. The 60+ sqm rooms in some of the LK hotels are quite nice.

  3. #3932

    Ditto - LK Empress is Good

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonPlayer  [View Original Post]
    I have stayed at the Baywalk Residence and it is not even close to as nice as the LK Empress. There may be other reasons for staying at the Baywalk but being nicer than The LK is not one of them.
    IMHO, LK Empress is a very nice hotel. The only problem I had was my room's floor was so highly polished that it was very slippery in stocking feet.

    You may or may not like the location. It is a long walk to both Soi 6 and to Walking Street, but both are doable.

    I could not relate to a prior comment that somebody wanted a nicer hotel.

  4. #3931
    I have stayed at the Baywalk Residence and it is not even close to as nice as the LK Empress. There may be other reasons for staying at the Baywalk but being nicer than The LK is not one of them.

  5. #3930

    Awesome responses

    Banaboi, yeah I that may of seemed a little bit exaggerated. My list of GF hotels I gathered last trip didn't have a whole lot of different hotels listed. None of the ones why'all mentioned except Barracuda. That Royal cliff looks really nice. I'm going to check that one out eventually either way. Wow! Seems the baywalk is the winner for me. Perfect location for what I want to do and seems a notch up from LK & Areca. Had a pretty bad experience at LK last trip. Thanks for all your help! Great suggestions! Thanks.

  6. #3929
    Quote Originally Posted by PipeLayer99  [View Original Post]
    Check out page10, the stay hotel, whitehouse condotel, and baywalk residence (not 100% sure if this one is GF. call and ask if you like it).
    Baywalk Residence is GF. The Mini Suite with sea view is very good. Cost 4500 Baht a night breakfast inclusive.

  7. #3928
    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGuy68  [View Original Post]
    My question is this. I'd like something a little nicer than LK empress and Areca. Close to walking street. Preferably with a balcony and a pool bar would be a bonus. GF obviously.

    I stayed at the Hilton last time but it's a bit too expensive. 330 right now. Avani would be a great fit but they now have a big joiner fee and room is pretty pricey. Any ideas?
    I just quickly checked for check-in 4 days from now. From what I can see lots of hotel availability and prices don't seem that bad. I see Hilton at 6700 baht. Siam Bayshore steps from Walking Street for 2900 baht. A bit further out but still on baht bus route there is the luxury Dusit Thani at 3700 baht. Another high end hotel is Royal Cliff for about the same price 5 minutes from Walking Street if you have a motorbike. ISG favorite Baraquda is 3200 baht and very convenient for Walking Street and LK Metro. If your budget is lower PM me with your exact dates and I will find something within your budget.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pipe Layer99  [View Original Post]
    Check out page10, the stay hotel, whitehouse condotel, and baywalk residence (not 100% sure if this one is GF. call and ask if you like it).
    edit - as PL just posted, Page 10 on 2nd Road is also a very good choice. Baywalk Residence is girl friendly.

  8. #3927
    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGuy68  [View Original Post]
    I'd like something a little nicer than LK empress and Areca. Close to walking street. Preferably with a balcony and a pool bar would be a bonus. GF obviously.
    I stayed at the Hilton last time but it's a bit too expensive. 330 right now. Avani would be a great fit but they now have a big joiner fee and room is pretty pricey. Any ideas?
    Check out page10, the stay hotel, whitehouse condotel, and baywalk residence (not 100% sure if this one is GF. call and ask if you like it).

  9. #3926

    1st trip during high season. Lesson learned

    So I am taking off for my first high season trip in four days. My low season trip in Sept I noticed prices got lower the last week or few days. Due to plans not being set in stone in regards to a Hua Hin trip I hadn't booked a room uet. Today I learned why it's called high season. Duh. Siam Siam and a few others I had my eye on from last trip doubled in price and / or sold out. My BKK room at four points sold out too.

    My question is this. I'd like something a little nicer than LK empress and Areca. Close to walking street. Preferably with a balcony and a pool bar would be a bonus. GF obviously.

    I stayed at the Hilton last time but it's a bit too expensive. 330 right now. Avani would be a great fit but they now have a big joiner fee and room is pretty pricey. Any ideas?

  10. #3925

    Nice Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by Fonzy007  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I have booked the Siam bayshore in January, anyone had any experience of this hotel? Girl friendly? Or is there a fee?
    I stayed there last year. Nice hotel. Wonderful breakfast. No problem with a guest. Good location right at the far end of Walking Street.

    SW4.

  11. #3924

    Mera Mare, Pattaya.

    Green as of December '17. No problems at all. However, the walls of the room seem to be paper thin with a lot of unwanted noise coming in from the adjoining rooms, corridor etc. Why I am mentioning this is because it can be quite irritating especially when you are trying to catch some sleep. Would advice some caution in this regard. In so far as room amenities, cleanliness etc. Is concerned, have to say it was all of nice standard. No issues in this regard.

  12. #3923
    Quote Originally Posted by MusicalToM  [View Original Post]
    As mentioned in previous replies, some hotels follow the practice of logging guest / joiner details. In Areca Lodge, they note all details of guest, keep a copy with them and give one to the guest / joiner. The guest has to present the copy while leaving the hotel to collect her ID card. Unlike some other hotels here the reception doesn't call when the guest leaves, don't know why.
    I know, this is common practice in most hotels. But you said that YOU had to sign this form. I find that strange because I never have to sign this form. Only my guests have to do that.

  13. #3922
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    What exactly is this guest entry form and why do you have to sign it? I've never stayed in a hotel in Thailand where you have to sign a form for guests.
    As mentioned in previous replies, some hotels follow the practice of logging guest / joiner details. In Areca Lodge, they note all details of guest, keep a copy with them and give one to the guest / joiner. The guest has to present the copy while leaving the hotel to collect her ID card. Unlike some other hotels here the reception doesn't call when the guest leaves, don't know why.

    Quote Originally Posted by RobJones  [View Original Post]
    Isn't life full of coincidences! One of my online girls posted a copy of the Areca Lodge Unregistered form online this morning. Some lucky guy got himself well and truly fucked last night LOL.
    Holy shit! Trust me, that's not me. I'm not in Thailand at the moment, some other lucky guy I guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by PipeLayer99  [View Original Post]
    Sorry man. Nothing new here. Stay somewhere else. Overpriced hotel with lacking service. If you want a good hotel next time, send me a pm. I will point you in the right direction.
    No doubt, it's overpriced. In past one year I have been to Thailand 4 times, used Airbnb booking every time. Due to Christmas and new year holidays all nice condos were fully booked, so had to book this hotel in last moment. But no more, the hotel disappointing me this time. Thanks for your helping hand, will definitely contact when I go next time.

  14. #3921

    Re: Siam Bayshore.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fonzy007  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I have booked the Siam bayshore in January, anyone had any experience of this hotel? Girl friendly? Or is there a fee?
    The location doesn't look too good to me.

  15. #3920

    Guests vs. Joiners

    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    What exactly is this guest entry form and why do you have to sign it? I've never stayed in a hotel in Thailand where you have to sign a form for guests.
    People seem to be using the words "guest" (global term) and "joiner" (more a Thailand term) interchangeably, where they have quite different status as far as the hotel is concerned:

    Guests are registered to the room. They have charging privileges to the room account. They can request a room key at the front dest.

    Joiners are someone who is visiting you at the hotel. Technically they should be in your presence at all times. As far as the hotel is concerned they are not staying there, but hotels want to log them in for security purposes.

    SL.

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