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  1. #3869

    Whitehouse

    I stayed at Whitehouse in October for a week. Rate 1350/1600 Baht depending on season Inc breakfast.

    Then moved next door to Dynasty. I paid 1200 Baht excluding breakfast.

    Dynasty has larger rooms which seem to have been refurbished, a big reception area and a terrace with tables at the front for smoking.

    Both are, to me, good value.

    I like Soi 13. Quiet but not isolated.

    Enjoy,

    Hotman.

  2. #3868
    Sure thing, next time if I stay there will definitely drop off the keys at the reception. I had a brain freeze probably to not think about the chances of losing the key and someone getting access to the room quite easily. Not too concerned about the age group really. The place was girl friendly as well, saw quite a few gentlemen having breakfast with their LT friends.

    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    Yes the keys are very large and old fashioned. At the reception desk there is a box for you to drop the keys in when you leave the hotel. When you return to the hotel, give the receptionist your room number and she gives you the room key. You should never carry the key outside the hotel under any circumstances. If the key is lost or stolen, somebody could use the key to open your room door and steal from you. Always leave this or any key with your room number on it at the reception desk. Of course this applies to every hotel that provides keys with the room number on it.

    I have posted favorable reviews of the Whitehouse here for years but I have failed to mention that the clientele at the Whitehouse is older (40's-60's and up). That has never bothered me but I know some people may not like that. I'm glad you mentioned it.

  3. #3867

    Sureena Hotel.

    Sureena Hotel is an excellent choice for the budget minded. Located half a bock off Beach Road on oi 13/2, it has a myriad of massage parlors, cafes and even a 7-11 conveniently located across the street. There is also a Post Office located a few doors down. At the moment, there is construction going on with a new elevator being installed, so noise during daytime hours can be loud at times. The rooms are okay with the exception of the windowless, interior rooms which resemble, frankly, cheap, 2 dollar working girl accommodations. Avoid those rooms. The A/C worked fine for me and there also was a refrigerator. The hot water supply was adequate as well. They are chica friendly with no chica fees, but only max of 2 chicas, or threesomes are allowed. 3 girls, or more, are forbidden. The day manager explained to me, as best she could in her broken English, something about prior fuckfests involving shrieking, skid marks, etc. And the like. Anyway, it is a great location and one can actually pull freelancers just by sitting on the front stoop and chatting with the passing girls, especially late at night, when as business dwindles on Beach Road, dispirited Little Darling Spinners often wander to the 7-11 in search of refreshment (and perhaps solace when weighing themselves at the 1 Baht weight / fortune machine in front of the 7-11) and you can call out offers such as 600 Baht? 500 Baht? Even perhaps 400 baht? What can they say, it's 2 am, not like it's a bull market of buyers. I did try for the mythical $14.75 offer for academic curiosity, but found no takers. Alas.

  4. #3866

    White House Keys

    Quote Originally Posted by LoneWolff  [View Original Post]
    Before moving to Travelodge, stayed here for couple of days. Though neatly kept, the age shows. Seems to be a renovated hotel with large room keys! Hated carrying those around all day.

    We mostly saw senior citizens with golf gear. A very quiet hotel with a good location though. Nothing to complain about but for the same price point, I would choose Travelodge over this hotel. Good breakfast though! Loved those toasts and pancakes with ham / egg omelette.
    Yes the keys are very large and old fashioned. At the reception desk there is a box for you to drop the keys in when you leave the hotel. When you return to the hotel, give the receptionist your room number and she gives you the room key. You should never carry the key outside the hotel under any circumstances. If the key is lost or stolen, somebody could use the key to open your room door and steal from you. Always leave this or any key with your room number on it at the reception desk. Of course this applies to every hotel that provides keys with the room number on it.

    I have posted favorable reviews of the Whitehouse here for years but I have failed to mention that the clientele at the Whitehouse is older (40's-60's and up). That has never bothered me but I know some people may not like that. I'm glad you mentioned it.

  5. #3865
    Quote Originally Posted by LoneWolff  [View Original Post]
    Seems to be a renovated hotel with large room keys! Hated carrying those around all day.
    Uhm, why didn't you drop it at the reception?

  6. #3864

    Whitehouse Condotel

    Before moving to Travelodge, stayed here for couple of days. Though neatly kept, the age shows. Seems to be a renovated hotel with large room keys! Hated carrying those around all day.

    We mostly saw senior citizens with golf gear. A very quiet hotel with a good location though. Nothing to complain about but for the same price point, I would choose Travelodge over this hotel. Good breakfast though! Loved those toasts and pancakes with ham / egg omelette.

  7. #3863

    Travelodge Pattaya

    Stayed here last week. A good hotel for the price (1500 - 1700 B) per night. Located at a 2 min walking distance to Soi Buakhao, 5 minutes to LK and may be 10-15 minutes to WS. Girl friendly, absolutely no issues there. They do take the ID and check with you when the girl leaves with a phone call. We found the roof top bar and restaurant plus pool a great place to unwind and relax in the morning time. Sometimes breakfast buffet time gets noisy and crowded but service is always good and though the menu is limited, it tasted great. Will recommend and thanks to everyone for the feedback on this forum which helped me book this hotel.

  8. #3862

    Sea Me Spring Too.

    Quote Originally Posted by JHawk88  [View Original Post]
    Earlier I asked for opinions on a couple different hotels, well I ended up staying at Sea Me Spring Too with my girlfriend. Since everyone was so helpful I wanted to give back a little. ... The hotel is guest friendly but I didn't bring anyone else back to my room. The price was reasonable and I would stay here again if I return to Pattaya.
    What was the price?

  9. #3861
    Quote Originally Posted by HorseTrader  [View Original Post]
    ....
    It was a long walk to Walking Street or to Soi 6 or to the soapies. Difficult walk on the land side of Beach Road (narrow, crowded, irregular surface, cross streets), not too bad on the beach side.
    Crossing to the beach side and walking is the way to go. That side of Beach Road is the only safe walking stretch of road in Pattaya. Taking a bus bath to walking street is not so great: you get off on the wrong side of the turning and then what? Never being safe as a pedestrian is a major downside of living in a country like Thailand IMHO.

  10. #3860

    LK The Empress

    Nice place for you to consider.

    Great breakfast included and served until 11:00 am. Very nice room. Nice staff. Girl friendly with the front desk collecting her ID before allowed upstairs; I'm happy to tip for that post session call before she can get her ID.

    Drawback was lousy Wi-Fi that sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. I also had noticably slow cellular data coverage in that hotel and some other places in Pattaya. I was usually connected to True, which was the strongest signal I could find. 3 G.

    It was a long walk to Walking Street or to Soi 6 or to the soapies. Difficult walk on the land side of Beach Road (narrow, crowded, irregular surface, cross streets), not too bad on the beach side.

  11. #3859
    Quote Originally Posted by Deeepster  [View Original Post]
    AirBnB with complementary breakfast, good luck with that.

    Try:https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1857040...and&s=urTvGb2b.
    Secrets at Soi 14.

    Or dreams Hotel.

  12. #3858

    WS. AirBnB.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wankerboy  [View Original Post]
    Hi folks,

    I'll be coming to Thailand for a mongering trip in February and looking for suggestions.

    Please help a fellow ISG monger.

    Any AirBnB good owner or hostelworld recommendations where:

    1. Drinking and smoking allowed.

    2. Girls allowed without any fuss or extra charge.

    3. Complementary Breakfast.

    Thanks.
    AirBnB with complementary breakfast, good luck with that.

    Try:https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1857040...and&s=urTvGb2b.

  13. #3857

    Suggestions around Walking Street.

    Hi folks,

    I'll be coming to Thailand for a mongering trip in February and looking for suggestions.

    Please help a fellow ISG monger.

    Any AirBnB good owner or hostelworld recommendations where:

    1. Drinking and smoking allowed.

    2. Girls allowed without any fuss or extra charge.

    3. Complementary Breakfast.

    Thanks.

  14. #3856

    Also.

    Quote Originally Posted by BionicMan  [View Original Post]
    LK Renaissance, Areca lodge, and others.
    LK Metropole. Esp a corner room but all have decent balconies.

    / dddick.

  15. #3855

    Amari Nova?

    Anyone ever stayed at the Amari Nova? Its in an odd location but they have an amazing double room suite for $83 prepaid and websites are saying its guest friendly. Agoda lists that room as 6 guests allowed in the suite, Amari's website says 5 guests.

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