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  1. #3737

    Areca Hotel

    Thank you everyone for you input. I booked a reservation at Areca using Agoda. I was able to book the Super Deluxe for 48 USD a night with free cancellation although you could get the same room for 43 but that rate is non-refunable. I am not sure which wing I am in as it didn't give a choice for choosing. I will try to post my thoughts on the hotel after my stay in September. Thanks again everyone.

  2. #3736
    Quote Originally Posted by Blanquiceleste  [View Original Post]
    Areca is a winner by a mile. Ensure you get a Super Deluxe room in the Evergreen wing and you will not regret it.

    If you have a bit more budget and are keen for a sea side location, LK Empress is the one to go for.
    I've read Areca requires guests be 21. True?

  3. #3735
    Quote Originally Posted by JHawk88  [View Original Post]
    Greetings, I have stayed in BKK several time but have decided to spend a weekend in Pattaya. I have been reading past posts and found lots of good info but I am not sure which area is best for me. When I go to BKK I usually spend more time at the Hillary bars then at the gogos and stay at Dynasty Grande. I am looking at Baywalk Residence or Areca Lodge. I was leaning toward Baywatch because of its location but Areca looks like a nicer hotel. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
    Areca is a winner by a mile. Ensure you get a Super Deluxe room in the Evergreen wing and you will not regret it.

    If you have a bit more budget and are keen for a sea side location, LK Empress is the one to go for.

  4. #3734
    Quote Originally Posted by JHawk88  [View Original Post]
    Greetings, I have stayed in BKK several time but have decided to spend a weekend in Pattaya. I have been reading past posts and found lots of good info but I am not sure which area is best for me. When I go to BKK I usually spend more time at the Hillary bars then at the gogos and stay at Dynasty Grande. I am looking at Baywalk Residence or Areca Lodge. I was leaning toward Baywatch because of its location but Areca looks like a nicer hotel. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
    I can't tell about baywatch but Areca is food standard.

    Under some way, given the Pattaya factors is similar to majestic grande in bkk, albeit MG has a solid business customer range you will not find at Areca.

    But, Hey, pattaya is no business city vs, bkk.

  5. #3733
    Quote Originally Posted by LGuy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm using my points to book a hotel in Pattaya and I was considering Hilton for a nicer room / hotel but I was wondering about the ambience. I understand that it is GF but wondering is the hotel usually packed with tourists. Mostly families etc.

    The only other hotel that is on my radar is Baraquda but I see mixed things about the hotel in terms of the room themselves. That things may not be so nice looking in the room themselves. Read even issues with smell from AC, bed not comfortable.
    General advice: hotels in Pattaya (and Thailand) are relatively inexpensive, especially during low season. Unless you have points to burn or are points rich / cash poor I would save them for use when visiting more expensive locales such as New York City, Sydney, London, Tokyo, ect.

    Don't know the rules of the Hilton Honors program but you can always book a reward room to secure something, look for decent cost local alternatives, and cancel it later.

    Then in Thailand I prefer unique mid-range locally owned one-off accommodations. Stayed at the JW Marriott in Bangkok once and it was nice for sure, but I don't need all that. And I certainly don't want to give the ladies the idea I am made of money LOL. I am there to fuck them, not to impress or romance them.

    SL.

  6. #3732
    Quote Originally Posted by China35  [View Original Post]
    Pointless using ST room is a short walk to Baraquda, they take the ID, isn't an issue at all, if you want they will also call you when your guest leave see if all is OK. I escorted one guest out and there were loads of ID, which explained at breakfast when guys had 2/3 guests, the only issue here was the had two breakfast included and had to sign for two more.
    OK, thanks for the detail. I'm having a hard time choosing between places so I may just book a few nights at Baraquda and Hilton. See how I feel for the inevitable next trip.

  7. #3731

    Baraquda

    Quote Originally Posted by LGuy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm likely going to stay at Baraquda in August but the idea of having to give the ID card every time I bring someone back is something I probably prefer not to do at a high frequency.

    Say if I meet someone on beach road, there are "short time" hotels in the area as well right?
    Pointless using ST room is a short walk to Baraquda, they take the ID, isn't an issue at all, if you want they will also call you when your guest leave see if all is OK. I escorted one guest out and there were loads of ID, which explained at breakfast when guys had 2/3 guests, the only issue here was the had two breakfast included and had to sign for two more.

  8. #3730

    Baywatch Residence or Areca Lodge

    Greetings, I have stayed in BKK several time but have decided to spend a weekend in Pattaya. I have been reading past posts and found lots of good info but I am not sure which area is best for me. When I go to BKK I usually spend more time at the Hillary bars then at the gogos and stay at Dynasty Grande. I am looking at Baywalk Residence or Areca Lodge. I was leaning toward Baywatch because of its location but Areca looks like a nicer hotel. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

  9. #3729
    Quote Originally Posted by JSaint  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I am planning to visit Pattaya in the first week of September and have booked my stay at LK Empress.

    -In terms of quality, how is the hotel compared to the other four star hotels?

    -Is it guest friendly?

    -Also how is their breakfast?

    -Considering our flight is departing at 8 pm and their checkout policy time is at 12 pm, do they let you keep the room longer?
    Can't speak to quality as my 1st trip is at the end of August.

    They are guest friendly. They also have one of the best American breakfast. Great American bacon I'm told. Reviews back it up. When I booked it had a option to pay more for late checkout.

  10. #3728

    LK Empress

    Hi guys,

    I am planning to visit Pattaya in the first week of September and have booked my stay at LK Empress.

    -In terms of quality, how is the hotel compared to the other four star hotels?

    -Is it guest friendly?

    -Also how is their breakfast?

    -Considering our flight is departing at 8 pm and their checkout policy time is at 12 pm, do they let you keep the room longer?

  11. #3727
    Quote Originally Posted by Haven123  [View Original Post]
    If you are using points it's a no brainer. Here's why:

    1. Great pool and pool bar.

    2. Great all round service.

    3 happy hour 2 for 1 in roof top bar everyday.

    4. Wonderful all you can eat (different theme every day ) for about $15 pp with a huge spread and great indoor and outdoor view options with indoor ceiling greater than 20 ft. I have tried all their buffets with one of my girls who came and stayed with me from Isaan for 10 days. Great mall attached to the Hilton. And you are in a very central location. But rooms are on the smaller side.
    Sounds like a nice place if I had someone LT with me for a few days. Not sure what to do. Maybe for a future trip. Gah picking the hotel has been very difficult hah.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    I've never stayed there but I think the answer is yes. I'm quite often having a coffee at the Starbucks right next to the path that leads to the entrance of the Hilton, and all I see are Russian couples, Chinese families / groups, wealthy looking Thai, families with children etcetera. Only occasionaly I see guys, with or without female company, who might be mongerers.

    After all Central Festival is not really a mongering area, is it?
    Oh I'm not sure. I don't remember Central Festival when I was there years ago as a tourist. Thanks for intel though!

  12. #3726
    Quote Originally Posted by LGuy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm using my points to book a hotel in Pattaya and I was considering Hilton for a nicer room / hotel but I was wondering about the ambience. I understand that it is GF but wondering is the hotel usually packed with tourists. Mostly families etc.
    I've never stayed there but I think the answer is yes. I'm quite often having a coffee at the Starbucks right next to the path that leads to the entrance of the Hilton, and all I see are Russian couples, Chinese families / groups, wealthy looking Thai, families with children etcetera. Only occasionaly I see guys, with or without female company, who might be mongerers.

    After all Central Festival is not really a mongering area, is it?

  13. #3725
    Quote Originally Posted by LGuy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm using my points to book a hotel in Pattaya and I was considering Hilton for a nicer room / hotel but I was wondering about the ambience. I understand that it is GF but wondering is the hotel usually packed with tourists. Mostly families etc.

    The only other hotel that is on my radar is Baraquda but I see mixed things about the hotel in terms of the room themselves. That things may not be so nice looking in the room themselves. Read even issues with smell from AC, bed not comfortable.
    If you are using points it's a no brainer. Here's why:

    1. Great pool and pool bar.

    2. Great all round service.

    3 happy hour 2 for 1 in roof top bar everyday.

    4. Wonderful all you can eat (different theme every day ) for about $15 pp with a huge spread and great indoor and outdoor view options with indoor ceiling greater than 20 ft. I have tried all their buffets with one of my girls who came and stayed with me from Isaan for 10 days. Great mall attached to the Hilton. And you are in a very central location. But rooms are on the smaller side.

  14. #3724
    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.
    My second stay there was last November. I had an ocean-facing room with a balcony, and it got pretty noisy at night. If you will be out until 2 am or so, you may not ever notice it though. If you take a nap in the late evening it may wake you up. If you get an east-facing room you may not notice a problem.

    I also like the Dynasty, though the dark wood paneling gets a bit depressing. The Sandy Spring rooms are more cheery. And the last time I was there, the AC in my room seemed to have an issue in that while it would cool, the room felt clammy. I was ok as I was so tired each night, but two girls complained and left early because of it. That may have just been that one room, as I don't remember that being an issue on my first stay.

    But Soi 13 is a great location.

  15. #3723
    Quote Originally Posted by David2  [View Original Post]
    "Hotel Closed Down".
    That's what I found. Did it just change names or get a new owner? I stayed there and at Mr Chan's Art House, next door. I can't find either one online.

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