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  1. #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.

  2. #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!

  3. #3648
    Quote Originally Posted by WildHawk  [View Original Post]
    Anyone happen to know whether this one is GF? I'm needing to get something in Patong (I'd prefer something closer to the agogo action, but this looks like a lovely property to chill at).

    Thanks.
    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.

  4. #3647

    Avista Hideaway MGallery

    Anyone happen to know whether this one is GF? I'm needing to get something in Patong (I'd prefer something closer to the agogo action, but this looks like a lovely property to chill at).

    Thanks.

  5. #3646
    Quote Originally Posted by LoverG  [View Original Post]
    Does LK metropole has any restrictions on the lady guests?
    No. My girl of the night just walked in with me. Good or bad they don't even ask for ID or call your room when the girl leaves. I've never brought more than 1 girl at a time to that hotel so not sure if 3-4 girls would be ok.

  6. #3645
    Sorry LG, I did not wanted to seem rude in the other section.

    I'm staying at the Nova Express, 4 "thai" stars, currently $28 per night on Expedia. Very happy about it and location is great if you have a bike but even without it, is maybe 50 Bt. Motorbike taxi from anywhere. No hassle or issues of any sort.

  7. #3644

    Awesome. !

    Thank you for the info. Very valuable for me.

    Does LK metropole has any restrictions on the lady guests?

    Cheers,

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    My guess is he got a room at LK Metropole which is basically a 15 second walk to the LK Metro gogo bars through an alleyway. I just checked on hotels.com for you for a 7 night stay in mid-June. You can get the 740 square foot suite for $500 USD taxes in. I have stayed in the suite and the room feels large. Otherwise you can get the 400 square foot standard room for $300 USD taxes included. No kitchenette though. Dirt cheap for this hotel during low season.

    In comparison, Baraquda's 400 square foot room is $708 USD for the same period. Imo LK Metropole is a better location, closer to LK Metro and baht buses along Soi Buakhao. Walking down Soi Diana to 2nd Road isn't all that bad. Bump into girls I know all the time.

    For a further 10% off you can sign up for Hotel Rewards on hotels.com. One night free for every 10 nights you accumulate. I didn't check the many other hotel sites. May be a few dollars cheaper than hotels.com but no rewards program.

  8. #3643
    Quote Originally Posted by LoverG  [View Original Post]
    Can you please shed some light on the name of the hotel and how you made the reservation?

    I am looking at standard sites like agoda / booking but not finding any great deals. My trip is in mid June and the rates I am getting are around 85-90 $ a day. Baraquda is the one I am zeroing in on at the moment but any insights would be greatly appreciated. My budget is around a $100 bucks a day.
    My guess is he got a room at LK Metropole which is basically a 15 second walk to the LK Metro gogo bars through an alleyway. I just checked on hotels.com for you for a 7 night stay in mid-June. You can get the 740 square foot suite for $500 USD taxes in. I have stayed in the suite and the room feels large. Otherwise you can get the 400 square foot standard room for $300 USD taxes included. No kitchenette though. Dirt cheap for this hotel during low season.

    In comparison, Baraquda's 400 square foot room is $708 USD for the same period. Imo LK Metropole is a better location, closer to LK Metro and baht buses along Soi Buakhao. Walking down Soi Diana to 2nd Road isn't all that bad. Bump into girls I know all the time.

    For a further 10% off you can sign up for Hotel Rewards on hotels.com. One night free for every 10 nights you accumulate. I didn't check the many other hotel sites. May be a few dollars cheaper than hotels.com but no rewards program.

  9. #3642
    Quote Originally Posted by YuriB  [View Original Post]
    Plus: Very nicely located towards all establishments, room large, there is refrigerator and air-conditioner works well. I had King size bed -- very nice bed. Has separate door (suggested after 3 AM when Bell desk closes, but works 24/7) leads to the hotel in a semi-private manner and you have your own key and let in anyone you want without hotel staff requiring. Hotel Staff is very welcoming, supporting, and helpful. Price 800 baht per day. There is pool, but I never played it so I do not know if it is free for customers. Dennis answers on e-mail messages within 15 minutes -- very nice when I communicated about taxis.

    Minus: constant noise from Go-Gos outside until 4 AM -- if you are sensitive to noise, this is NOT place for you. Only 2 towels, I had to pay for 2 more 100 Baht per day so I have 4 -- 4 is okay. Only standing shower, no bath-tab. 2 small pieces of soap, no shampoo or anything else (7/11 within 100 feet and everything can be obtain there).

    I really enjoyed my stay: noise does not bother me, location is unbeatable. Laundry is ran by a British men, breakfast next door. Next to Soi 11 aka Soi Honey with massage parlors all over.
    I agree with your good review on Metro A. I spend a couple of holidays there in 2010 but I'll never go back in soi LK due to a noise from agogo.

  10. #3641

    Metro Appartment (inside of Devil Den loop)

    Plus: Very nicely located towards all establishments, room large, there is refrigerator and air-conditioner works well. I had King size bed -- very nice bed. Has separate door (suggested after 3 AM when Bell desk closes, but works 24/7) leads to the hotel in a semi-private manner and you have your own key and let in anyone you want without hotel staff requiring. Hotel Staff is very welcoming, supporting, and helpful. Price 800 baht per day. There is pool, but I never played it so I do not know if it is free for customers. Dennis answers on e-mail messages within 15 minutes -- very nice when I communicated about taxis.

    Minus: constant noise from Go-Gos outside until 4 AM -- if you are sensitive to noise, this is NOT place for you. Only 2 towels, I had to pay for 2 more 100 Baht per day so I have 4 -- 4 is okay. Only standing shower, no bath-tab. 2 small pieces of soap, no shampoo or anything else (7/11 within 100 feet and everything can be obtain there).

    I really enjoyed my stay: noise does not bother me, location is unbeatable. Laundry is ran by a British men, breakfast next door. Next to Soi 11 aka Soi Honey with massage parlors all over.

  11. #3640

    Hotel Baraquda

    I'm staying here now. The room is very nice. I've brought a couple girls back with no issues. They check and take her ID at the lobby, and when she leaves they call to make sure you're OK. I haven't found any girls along Pattayasaisong Rd but there is a lot of action there and plenty of bars nearby. The Sois right across the street are loaded with MPs, but that's not really my thing. I really could use a massage but I don't want to waste a load on anything that isn't closer to GFE. I've been walking the block to Beach Rd and finding freelancers. It works fine, but I sure liked have a balcony overlooking Beach Rd at the LK Empress last week. That was convenient. I'm headed over to Soi 6 in a bit to see if I can change my mind and try something other than a Beach Rd girl.

  12. #3639

    Areca Lodge & Siam Design Hotel

    Stayed at these 2 hotels at 2 different instances lately. Following is the Feedback.

    Areca Lodge. Pretty close to Second Road and Walking Street is within walk able distance. Lot of Food options nearby. They are expensive unless you book in advance. I reached there morning at around 10 AM and had to wait 1:30 Hrs to get check-in. Unfortunately the A/C in my Room broke in within 5 minutes of me switching it ON, they took almost 1:30 Hrs to fix it. They are quick to customer issues but sometimes have to tell them twice to get something done. Nice girl friendly hotel.

    Siam Design Hotel. All good just a bit away from Walking Street but near to Honey Soapy massage parlors. They take a deposit of 500 bahts when you check-in, which will be returned back while checking-out. Nice roof-top pool, the tallest building in second road I believe.

  13. #3638

    Bay breeze service

    Quote Originally Posted by PommyChris  [View Original Post]
    I have stayed at many hotels in Pattaya, but find value for money at The Bay Breeze hotel on Soi honey to be great, location, rooms, value.

    But it has the slowest elevator in the world! Ha ha.
    To Pommychris.

    The A/C and service suck too is cheap value place I stay here last year no more, I am stay at the April suite this trip large room with large flat Sony TV this is a new hotel only 2 yr old behind the August suite hotel in central Pattaya Road only bad is WiFi is poor only 1350 bht a night book with agoda.

    Fast Eddie 48.

  14. #3637
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    It depends on the taxi driver. Surprisingly I have had a taxi driver take me from WS to Tukcom for only 100 baht. I know it's a short distance but it was pouring out. I was shocked when he countered my 50 baht with 100 baht. He was moving, not parked. However, most around WS especially the parked taxis want your left nut to drive you 5 minutes. Always try grabbing a moving taxi rather than a parked one. Sometimes I Line one of my girls to pick me up. I offer free food and they come drive me. Their somtam and water or Thai BBQ is cheaper than the taxi.

    BKK is a non issue since it's all metered. Never ask a driver how much. Always just say turn on the meter. Still remember Uncle V and I hopping into a taxi at Patpong and the driver wouldn't turn on the meter. He drove a block or so until I told him he had better turn on that meter or we're paying 35 baht. Oddly the meter got switched on immediately.
    I certainly would not take a parked taxi from Pat Pong or from Soi Cowboy etc. Could be too similar too the Pattaya taxis. I hail one going past always in suspect locations. A taxi that has stopped very briefly can be OK in the right locations where a lot of Thais are picked up. If they offer me a satisfactory price I will take it. However they usually try for at least double my max price. In that case move to next taxi passing.

  15. #3636
    Quote Originally Posted by Cool  [View Original Post]
    The greedy taxi may require a flat 250 baht fare min. Fare even if it is close. You can always take motorbike taxi which is cheaper. This is less of a problem in BKK.
    It depends on the taxi driver. Surprisingly I have had a taxi driver take me from WS to Tukcom for only 100 baht. I know it's a short distance but it was pouring out. I was shocked when he countered my 50 baht with 100 baht. He was moving, not parked. However, most around WS especially the parked taxis want your left nut to drive you 5 minutes. Always try grabbing a moving taxi rather than a parked one. Sometimes I Line one of my girls to pick me up. I offer free food and they come drive me. Their somtam and water or Thai BBQ is cheaper than the taxi.

    BKK is a non issue since it's all metered. Never ask a driver how much. Always just say turn on the meter. Still remember Uncle V and I hopping into a taxi at Patpong and the driver wouldn't turn on the meter. He drove a block or so until I told him he had better turn on that meter or we're paying 35 baht. Oddly the meter got switched on immediately.

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