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  1. #7156
    Quote Originally Posted by PincheGringo  [View Original Post]
    You often hear of places in PP but they never actually true. Any BJ Bars in PP these days?
    I don't hear of BJ bars these days. In the old days, ya.

    The government wants to be conservative. There are no BJ bars, no go-go bars, no bars with short time rooms, no bars that are naughty.

    That being said, you can get BJs at some of the places. You probably can get a BJ at a K-TV, but I don't do those.

    You can also get a BJ at bars that has a salon or a karaoke room.

  2. #7155
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Breakfast sucked to me.
    I could see that. But that breakfast buffet is above average for what you get from the hotels costing $30 - $60 in Southeast Asia. Although that's not saying much. A good point is that the kitchen never runs out of bacon. In other places in Southeast Asia, I've come to breakfast late, and they run out of bacon, and all they say is, "sorry". But they have lousy coffee and juices.

    I like that breakfast buffet because that's where I load up on my veggies / salad for my diet requirements.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    And those mosquitos in the room ate me alive.
    You could have asked them to spray your room. But I hate to do that. And I also hate to put on deet.

    What I do every time I check into a room in Southeast Asia is to go mosquito hunting. Since my hand speed is slow, I also will offer a $1 or $2 bounty for every mosquito my girls catch and kill.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Sanuk  [View Original Post]
    I make my reservations directly with the hotel. "Srey Mom" handles the reservations and is quick in answering or responding to emails. And she writes and speaks English pretty well. (I think she is a shift manager for the hotel).
    Srey Mon is efficient. It was $50 for the King Superior. No need for credit card to reserve. After check-in, you can leave and cancel anytime without fee.

    But if you reserved on Agoda.com and prepay, then the room (last year) was $1 or $2 cheaper. Plus you get Agoda and credit card points.

    What I did was to reserve it with Srey Mon, and then after I get there and spend a night, I cancel and reserve the rest of the stay with Agoda (assuming Agoda has that particular room available).

  3. #7154
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Hey Sam thanks for your reports The Lux is it quiet at night? Has a good breakfast? Walking to bars ok or tuk tuk recommended. I suppose best choice is 1 bedroom apartment due to balcony?

    Cheers.
    I have exclusively booked Room 168. It is on the top floor on the back side. I'm sure that all rooms on the back are quiet, as the street activity isn't deafening even if you are standing in front outside. Room 168 has a very big balcony which has room probably for 10 people. LOL Also, a walk-in shower big enough for two (insert a thumbs up here). The entire room was spotless. I don't know from personal experience about the quality of the breakfast, as I don't get up early enough to try it. LOL As you can read from other responses, the breakfast is food. Whether you like it or not, is another story. I've read that others have not been particularly impressed with the selection or quality, but it may have improved since those reports were published. As noted, the bars start across from the front door of the hotel. Couldn't be more convenient unless they started in the lobby. Also, a number of places to get good food within 200 yards. I make my reservations directly with the hotel. "Srey Mom" handles the reservations and is very quick in answering or responding to emails. And she writes and speaks English pretty well. (I think she is a shift manager for the hotel).

  4. #7153
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Hey Sam thanks for your reports The Lux is it quiet at night? Has a good breakfast? Walking to bars ok or tuk tuk recommended. I suppose best choice is 1 bedroom apartment due to balcony?

    Cheers.
    The apartments there are very old and outdated. The kitchen I had was covered with baked on grease and not a kitchen you want to cook in. Get the normal room or the king suite.

    You are literally 20 feet from the bars on street 136.

    Breakfast isn't special but good enough if you want some bacon and eggs.

    Noise is not a factor in pp. It's not like Thailand.

  5. #7152
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Hey Sam thanks for your reports The Lux is it quiet at night? Has a good breakfast? Walking to bars ok or tuk tuk recommended. I suppose best choice is 1 bedroom apartment due to balcony?
    It was quiet enough for me. I had a king suite in the back. Maybe 318 or something. Breakfast sucked to me. A big complaint I had was there wasn't much light in the room. They did bring me an extra lamp though. And those mosquitos in the room ate me alive.

  6. #7151

    Lux. Quiet at night and good breakfast?

    Quote Originally Posted by SamSanuk  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, I've read that Sun and Moon charges extra. As for the Palace Gate, I suggest that you email the place and ask them directly. If I'm in town and considering booking a new place, I call and ask.
    In my mind, there are two kinds of "guest friendly" policies: that which allows you to bring a guest without charge and that which charges for a guest (even if you've booked a double room). Like you, I avoid those that charge extra. Too many places that don't charge extra. (I don't mind a hotel requiring the guest to leave an ID or show ID upon arrival. The Lux on Str. 136 is in that category. That is, no extra charge, but must leave ID).
    Hey Sam thanks for your reports The Lux is it quiet at night? Has a good breakfast? Walking to bars ok or tuk tuk recommended. I suppose best choice is 1 bedroom apartment due to balcony?

    Cheers.

  7. #7150
    Quote Originally Posted by ItIsMe83  [View Original Post]
    Anyone know if the Palace Gate Hotel & Resort is GF? Last time I stayed at Sun&Moon hotel and altho nice and in middle of the RL district they charge you 10 Usd every time you bring someone in. The money isn't so much a issue but the policy is so odd for the kind of place and location so I'm up for a change.
    Yeah, I've read that Sun and Moon charges extra. As for the Palace Gate, I suggest that you email the place and ask them directly. If I'm in town and considering booking a new place, I call and ask.

    In my mind, there are two kinds of "guest friendly" policies: that which allows you to bring a guest without charge and that which charges for a guest (even if you've booked a double room). Like you, I avoid those that charge extra. Too many places that don't charge extra. (I don't mind a hotel requiring the guest to leave an ID or show ID upon arrival. The Lux on Str. 136 is in that category. That is, no extra charge, but must leave ID).

  8. #7149

    BJ bars.

    You often hear of places in PP but they never actually true. Any BJ Bars in PP these days?

  9. #7148
    Anyone know if the Palace Gate Hotel & Resort is GF? Last time I stayed at Sun&Moon hotel and altho nice and in middle of the RL district they charge you 10 Usd every time you bring someone in. The money isn't so much a issue but the policy is so odd for the kind of place and location so I'm up for a change.

  10. #7147
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Have done some background research and RTFF. In my previous destinations, Bangkok, Bali, KL, Pattaya, Phuket, Cebu, Manila etc it was safe to walk around esp at night.

    It appears due to spread of bars and safety aspect that tuk tuk door to door is better option.

    So does it really matter (within reason) where hotel is, seeing there and back should be by tuk tuk.
    If you thought Manila was safe to walk around during the night (I thought Ermita was sketchy), then Phnom Penh will be safe per your standards. IMO, Phnom Penh is more safe than Manila. Last year, there was only 1 murder of a foreigner (and that was an inside job).

    If you do the tuk tuk option, then it doesn't matter where your hotel is.

    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Am a FL type of guy so disco ala Pontoon and bars are my hangout.

    Require decent size room, Western bfast, pool, quiet at night, 60 - 80 US. Any ideas or just point me into general area I should stay.
    There's a few new hotels around Street 51 (near Pontoon). I would be cautious of the potential noise.

    I usually stay at the Lux Riverside Hotel on Street 136. For the Superior King you get a large comfortable room, very quiet since the window faces the inside courtyard, with good buffet breakfast for $50. But it has no pool.

    You can check out some other hotels to get the pool option: http://www.canbypublications.com/phn...otel-price.htm.

  11. #7146

    Hotel location. Does it matter?

    Have done some background research and RTFF. In my previous destinations, Bangkok, Bali, KL, Pattaya, Phuket, Cebu, Manila etc it was safe to walk around esp at night.

    It appears due to spread of bars and safety aspect that tuk tuk door to door is better option.

    So does it really matter (within reason) where hotel is, seeing there and back should be by tuk tuk.

    Looking at either around Central market or Riverside.

    LE Grand Palais looks good as close to Crycee but no pool and a little down market.

    Am a FL type of guy so disco ala Pontoon and bars are my hangout.

    Require decent size room, Western bfast, pool, quiet at night, 60 - 80 US. Any ideas or just point me into general area I should stay.

    Okay Boutique has good reports?

    Appreciate.

  12. #7145

    A little something different.

    As I often do prior to a trip across the Pacific to Asia, I do a bit of recon. This includes checking boards such as ISG for current info, surveying YouTube videos, and corresponding with guys I know who have boots on the ground or who have made recent visits.

    While checking out one of many YouTube videos, one caught my eye. At first blink, it seemed to resemble those "fashion shows" for which Yangon is famous. Check out the link here before reading on. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTFQxeL4NRo.

    My usual sources were unable to provide me with any help in identifying the venue or confirming that my instincts were correct. After a few weeks, I turned to my Khmer girlfriend's brother for help. (he's single, a part time monger, and knows Phnom Penh.) he advised that he had no firsthand knowledge of the place, but one of his associates, had, indeed been there. His associate reported that he "pulled" a chick for $40 short time. The associate is Khmer, and my source did not know if the girls would be eager to go with a farang that they did not know. The name of the place is New Night World. It is located very, very close to the Chinese embassy.

    Within the first couple of nights of my next visit to PP, I was accompanied by two of my girl friend's brothers to New Night World. The interior of the place is basically laid out like a dinner theatre. There is seating for several hundred guests. But this was a Sunday night and there were only about 70-80 (mostly small groups of Asian guys) sitting around tables. Some of the guys had obvious "hostesses" sitting with them. The three of us basically could sit anywhere we wanted. Though food was available, we only ordered beers which were relatively inexpensive. As I recall $1.50-$2. We were asked if we would like any female company, but we declined at the time, wanting to get an idea of what might be available. (The Khmer speaking person who escorted us to a table said that there were a few ladies who spoke a little bit of English.) We had observed a large number of nicely dressed and very attractive damsels sitting near the entrance, but it was at least 30 minutes before any of them made their way to the stage as backups to a couple of singers.

    Turned out that the entertainment heavily featured some serious singers, as well as the "comedy" routines enjoyed by Thais in Tawan Daeng venues in BKK. It isn't a mongering destination primarily, as the local Khmers take their families and mixed groups there for parties and normal dinner dates.

    I'the just gotten a new mobile phone that day and was anxious to give the video feature a tryout. Here is a very short 15-second video I made. I posted it on YouTube just for this report. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEdZy9y1X6Q.

    I might mention that the "star" of the group (in my opinion) was the rather buxom beauty at the front in a red dress. I was considering have her sit with us ("sitting fee" unknown), but she was already committed to another table. The waitress who kept pouring beer into our glasses and keeping ice in them was really cute and friendly (and had a nice body). To say that she was English-challenged would be accurate, but she did try. I got the impression she wasn't on the game and I wasn't either-- that night. My married girlfriend was due to visit my room the next morning and I needed to conserve my "precious bodily fluids".

    My overall impression is that the New Night World is primarily a Khmer venue (I was the only farang in the place). I would probably consider it a hybrid of the so-called "fashion shows" in Yangon and the Thai variety shows in Bangkok. IF most of the gals are "on the game" (not at all confirmed), they are collectively quite fuckable in terms of looks. And, if $40 is the price for short time, I saw many I would rent.

    New Night World has a Facebook page which describes it as "beer garden adult entertainment service".

  13. #7144
    Quote Originally Posted by Amnesia  [View Original Post]
    So I was just curious about how it works. Did you just go there, picked a girl, and took her to one of the rooms? What was the pricing like? Just asking because I've never been to a KTV, and I don't want to sit and sing with a girl LOL.
    I don't know how it works in this KTV because neither my friend nor I pursued taking a girl out of the KTV part of Soul. My friend did pull from the 5th floor massage. He says it's a fishbowl arrangement; pick a girl; he paid $7 for the room; negotiated "about $50" for full service (blow job and a fuck). He said his particular girl wasn't very "skillful". He says $50 was the going rate at the time (about 2 years ago). The room looked small, but like a nice hotel room. The gal had a nice body, but I couldn't see her face in the photo well. Knowing my friend, she would have had to be at least a 7 in the face.

    We went to another place that was basically a brothel advertised as a hotel, KTV. It was busy with a lot of Asian customers. We got there kind of late, so I'm hoping that the "good" talent had already been kept busy, as the available chicks were certainly less than that needed to get me an erection. Prices for KTV room and drinks were cheaper than Soul, but we chose not to stay after seeing the lineup. I ran across this place while doing a bit of internet research. A review on Trip Advisor made it sound like a great place to book. Ha ha ha http://chea-rithy-heng-hotel-k-t-v-p...hotels.com/en/ https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Re...hnom_Penh.html.

  14. #7143
    Quote Originally Posted by SamSanuk  [View Original Post]
    I can't provide any more info about Soul than I already did. I didn't go for a massage and didn't inquire about "take out" from the KTV.
    I didn't necessarily mean for take out. You recommended this place as a kind of brother with some nice offerings and FS on the menu. So I was just curious about how it works. Did you just go there, picked a girl, and took her to one of the rooms? What was the pricing like? Just asking because I've never been to a KTV, and I don't want to sit and sing with a girl LOL.

    Also, how was the performance? I've been to places in Phnom Penh and it was often quite a mechanical deadfish performance with lots of "not this" and "not here".

  15. #7142
    Quote Originally Posted by Amnesia  [View Original Post]
    Thanks! Can you provide more information, especially Modus operandi and pricing?

    And can anyone recommend a few hostess bars that I should visit? There seem to be so many these days, and I really want to optimize time.
    I can't provide any more info about Soul than I already did. I didn't go for a massage and didn't inquire about "take out" from the KTV. The Red Light District as far as hostess bars. I defined my personal description a few days earlier: Streets 104-136; the first 2 blocks starting from Sisowath Quay (riverside). Everybody has their own preference or favorite bar. I pretty-much limit my itinerary to Street 136; my home bar, if I have one, is Candy Bar. 136 Corner Bar (across the street) is another I have enjoyed. I suggest you query YouTube. For example: "Candy Bar Phnom Penh". There are a lot of videos for both bars and others. Of course, 99% of the girls working at a bar when these videos were made are probably working at different bars or are retired. The RDL isn't really too far from the Independence Monument area. Depending on time of day, maybe a 10 minute tuk tuk ride. Figure $2-$3 for a tuk tuk depending on your negotiating skills PP is a lot smaller than BKK. To get you started on researching, here are a couple of links:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlYD-NDFZ8A

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wo9fOxjsDhA

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