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  1. #6790
    Quote Originally Posted by Forty77  [View Original Post]
    I already tried that of course. It's iCheck Inn resort apparently. But they failed to answer. I remembered this site where I was getting info's so far and thought it would be quicker.

    Citadines 23 looks ok and it's in the price range I'm looking for. Thanks. I'll consider it also.

    Still would like info on Studio Asoke if anyone has stayed there.
    Beware Citadines 23 has quite hard mattresses. I did not like it, nor the staff (unhelpful), but was many years ago. I stayed in Studio Asoke and was excellent value if looking for budget Hotel at the time. It was newish and I was surprised how big the room was. Yes I would do it again.

    Someone asked about checking in early and leaving at night. I think most Hotels don't do it, but can easily book two nights and not use all of it, if Hotel is cheap enough.

    I think that was the case when I stayed in Studio Asoke. I had very late arrival and had to go to airport the next night to head somewhere else so just very temp accommodation, but booking two nights did not break the bank. I took two girls back to the room for a threesome, so I got value somehow. LOL.

  2. #6789

    Early check in hotels.

    Are there hotels in Sukhumvit side where you can check in early morning and checkout late evening for 1 day charge?

  3. #6788
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    One of our trusted senior members, Syzgies, posted a favorable review about this hotel in April, 2018. I considered it for my recent trip but eventually chose to spend more and stay elsewhere. The hotel is girl friendly. I would suggest reading forum posts going back 6 months. You'll gain a lot of valuable info about hotels. It's easy to go back 6 months in the hotel forum. The main Bangkok forum has more posts and it is harder to read back 6 months. If this is your first trip to BKK I would take the time to read the Bangkok forum (6 months) as well.
    Thanks. That is the info I was looking for.

    I found report from Syzgies and after reading it I think I'll be booking this hotel very soon. It is only 35(40 $) per night and perfect location.

    I'm a new member but was following Thailand forum for years and it was very helpful so far. No, this is going to be my fifth trip to Bangkok in 3 years, and so far I stayed at LE Fenix in soi 11 (3*) ,Galleria 10 in soi 10 (4* Dream hotel in soi 15 (5* and ICheck Inn soi 7/1 (3* All were girl friendly.

    I usually stay for 1-3 nights before I leave for islands or Pattaya or like this year in Saigon, so I really just need some basic comfort and good location. Of course if I run into some discount or promotion like I did for Dream Hotel I will gladly use it. It was like 65 $/ night for a 5* hotel in soi 15, which I think was a good deal.

    Hope I helped someone with info.

  4. #6787

    Studio Asoke

    Quote Originally Posted by Forty77  [View Original Post]
    I'm going to have 2-day layover in Bangkok before my departure for Vietnam, and I'm looking for accommodation near Soi Cowboy. This hotel has nice score on booking site but it's obviously new and there are very few reviews on internet so I'm not sure about their guest policy. It is way cheaper than my previous bookings in this area so I'm curious about this one. I don't really need any extra options (swimming pool, gym, breakfast.) for those two days so I think this one would be good enough. Of course only if it's girl friendly.

    I would appreciate any info about this one.

    Thanks.
    One of our trusted senior members, Syzgies, posted a favorable review about this hotel in April, 2018. I considered it for my recent trip but eventually chose to spend more and stay elsewhere. The hotel is girl friendly. I would suggest reading forum posts going back 6 months. You'll gain a lot of valuable info about hotels. It's easy to go back 6 months in the hotel forum. The main Bangkok forum has more posts and it is harder to read back 6 months. If this is your first trip to BKK I would take the time to read the Bangkok forum (6 months) as well.

  5. #6786
    Quote Originally Posted by TimTimGuy  [View Original Post]
    You can send an email and ask about the guest policy, but I would be amazed if there would be any problem bringing home a friend (or two) for the night.

    Also, there's a Citadines on soi 23, which is one of four in BKK and a one-bedroom should be in the 1600-1900 THB range. Very functional but basic and roomy. TTG.
    I already tried that of course. It's iCheck Inn resort apparently. But they failed to answer. I remembered this site where I was getting info's so far and thought it would be quicker.

    Citadines 23 looks ok and it's in the price range I'm looking for. Thanks. I'll consider it also.

    Still would like info on Studio Asoke if anyone has stayed there.

  6. #6785

    Send an email and ask

    Quote Originally Posted by Forty77  [View Original Post]
    I'm going to have 2-day layover in Bangkok before my departure for Vietnam, and I'm looking for accommodation near Soi Cowboy. This hotel.... Of course only if it's girl friendly. Thanks.
    You can send an email and ask about the guest policy, but I would be amazed if there would be any problem bringing home a friend (or two) for the night.

    Also, there's a Citadines on soi 23, which is one of four in BKK and a one-bedroom should be in the 1600-1900 THB range. Very functional but basic and roomy. TTG.

  7. #6784

    Studio Asoke in Soi 23.

    I'm going to have 2-day layover in Bangkok before my departure for Vietnam, and I'm looking for accommodation near Soi Cowboy. This hotel has nice score on booking site but it's obviously new and there are very few reviews on internet so I'm not sure about their guest policy. It is way cheaper than my previous bookings in this area so I'm curious about this one. I don't really need any extra options (swimming pool, gym, breakfast.) for those two days so I think this one would be good enough. Of course only if it's girl friendly.

    I would appreciate any info about this one.

    Thanks.

  8. #6783

    Park Hyatt and Holiday Inn Sukhumvit 22

    Stayed at the above hotels in my last trip in May, all were girl-friendly.

    I considered Holiday Inn Sukhumvit 22 a 3-star hotel, with not much service and food was so-so, was offered breakfast at a promotional price. Accessing the hotel pool is a hassle because I had to get through the restaurant on the 8th floor first. But the location is top-notched, within walking distance to all the actions, including Nana, oily and nuru massage parlors.

    I was hesitated about Park Hyatt because of its high-end status which might not be girl-friendly, but I was wrong. Booked an escort via Smooci and the hotel had no problem with that. The infinity pool on the 10th floor provided attentive service including ice-cold bottled water and iced towel. Food was much better here.

    When I come back to BKK next year, I would like to stay in the Marriott Executive Apartments Thonglor, heard the pool was nice there.

  9. #6782
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Ruamchit above Thermae. I believe it's 500 baht per hour or so and rooms are fairly clean.
    Atlas on soi 7/1. A decent short time hotel. 350 baht per hour.

  10. #6781

    Hotel recommendation for Bangkok.

    Hello friends,

    First, I would like to thank all the senior members for Great information shared in this thread. With all the inputs and my requirements, I have been able to shortlist Dreams Hotel for my upcoming trip towards the end of this month.

    Could you please guide if there are any better properties around similar location or a better location with a budget of THB1500 which is also guest friendly and close to the action place?

    Would also need your recommendation if this would be the best location for someone travelling there for the first time. I am interested in the freelancers and GoGo Bars.

    This is my first trip to Thailand and I am looking forward to a great week (3 days Thailand & 3 days Pattaya).

    Any helpful hints you can share to make this trip worthwhile is highly appreciated. Please also share your recommendation for Hotels in Pattaya.

    I will definitely share my experience and findings in this thread.

    Thank you all.

    SR.

  11. #6780
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    Hear Hear! Although I usually order a lot more room service in Manila than BKK because some of the restaurants in BKK are really good and therefor I prefer to take my BKK girls out for late night din din after boom boom.
    If you have managed to pick up higher class hookers like freelancers or stay longer time with your bar girls then they might enjoy eating at better restaurants. Most bar girls I have taken randomly and fucked short time don't like to eat in a restaurant before or after the session. Occasionally room service food is accepted if they are not in a hurry to get back to bar which they nowadays usually are.

  12. #6779

    Centara Grand Convention Center.

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Ruamchit above Thermae. I believe it's 500 baht per hour or so and rooms are fairly clean.
    Stay here until August 19th, 2018. Where are the BBBJCIM places around here. With others so I have to sneak out. I was able to get to Son's Heaven last we. Enjoyed it but to far away. Need something closer. Only see foot massage near skywalk. I will skip foot massage if anything very near me has a secrete menu. Please help on advice. [CodeWord900], and others are to far to chance getting caught by the warden.

  13. #6778
    Quote Originally Posted by TConor  [View Original Post]
    Very short time hotel? Clean but cheap. Near Between Soi 24 and Soi 7.
    Ruamchit above Thermae. I believe it's 500 baht per hour or so and rooms are fairly clean.

  14. #6777

    Very short time hotel? Clean but cheap

    Near Between Soi 24 and Soi 7.

  15. #6776

    Hotel Suggestions

    When asking for a hotel suggestion could you please give us an approximate price range? It's difficult to make good suggestions when we don't know what you want to spend. Here is a suggestion about location. Always stay near Sukhumvit Road between Soi 2 and Soi 33 if you are new to Bangkok. You will then have easy access to the BTS, FL bars and pickup spots, Nana Plaza, Soi Cowboy, and soapy and oily massage joints.

    Staying near Sukhumvit between Nana and Soi Cowboy is the ideal location IMHO.

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