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  1. #7914

    Soi 11 area

    Just stayed at Night Hotel Soi 15 Suk. Apparently 4 star hotel. Found it to be very good BUT want something a little closer to Soi 11 area. Any hotels of similar standard and price?

  2. #7913

    1000 baht for whole stay

    Quote Originally Posted by VickyCooper  [View Original Post]
    What is it with hotels in BKK taking a refundable security deposit at the time of check in? I stayed at the Novotel Sukhumvit Soi 4 and they take 1000 THB per day, which works out to quite a lot of money and eats into your holiday budget.

    Is it the same for the white folks here? not too sure maybe my Indian passport is the culprit!
    I think you will find its 1000 baht for the whole stay- never heard of 1000 per day. As said, most 4/5 star hotels this is standard. I just stayed at Night Hotel Suk Soi 15 and paid and got back security deposit of 1000 baht. I know the girls aren't too keen on "some" Indian and Muslim men but haven't heard about this type of discrimination by hotels.

  3. #7912
    Quote Originally Posted by VickyCooper  [View Original Post]
    What is it with hotels in BKK taking a refundable security deposit at the time of check in? I stayed at the Novotel Sukhumvit Soi 4 and they take 1000 THB per day, which works out to quite a lot of money and eats into your holiday budget.

    Is it the same for the white folks here? not too sure maybe my Indian passport is the culprit!
    It is quite normal for them to take a deposit for each day of your stay, all hotels do this especially those from 4 stars and up. The more high-end the hotel the higher the daily demand for the deposit. It is best to have it charged to your credit card.

  4. #7911
    Quote Originally Posted by VickyCooper  [View Original Post]
    What is it with hotels in BKK taking a refundable security deposit at the time of check in? I stayed at the Novotel Sukhumvit Soi 4 and they take 1000 THB per day, which works out to quite a lot of money and eats into your holiday budget.

    Is it the same for the white folks here? not too sure maybe my Indian passport is the culprit!
    Do you pay with cash? Because all hotels put a hold on your CC for incidentals. You can give a CC for security and settle the bill with cash on checkout. If you don't want to give a CC then cash deposit seems reasonable. I don't think passport has anything to do with it.

  5. #7910
    Quote Originally Posted by TheSatellite  [View Original Post]
    A hotel I can reccomend for something a bit more upmarket is Maduzi Hotel.

    Its about a <5 minute walk from Asok BTS just after the the Exchange Tower. V. close to Soi Cowboy if that is your preferred area.

    Rooms are absolutely huge. Very large bed. Ceiling shower and jacuzzi tub. Girl friendly (although tbh I think this is a complete non-issue for all Bangkok hotels I don't get why people get so worried about it).

    Only downside of it is its probably slightly too far to bring girls back from Nana and Thermae via walk. Would probaly need to get a Taxi back. Last time I stayed there I used TF and MPs which is why I can't advise on whether it is too far to walk from Nana and Thermae.

    Another potential downside is the Breakfast isn't amazing (but perfectly acceptable). That isn't a big deal for me as I like going out of the Hotel for breakfast anyway but might matter for some.

    As far as room experience though can reccomend!
    I walked by there every day on my trip but assumed it was a semi-posh condo building. It looks right up my style, will give it a look my next trip.

  6. #7909
    Quote Originally Posted by VickyCooper  [View Original Post]
    What is it with hotels in BKK taking a refundable security deposit at the time of check in? I stayed at the Novotel Sukhumvit Soi 4 and they take 1000 THB per day, which works out to quite a lot of money and eats into your holiday budget.

    Is it the same for the white folks here? not too sure maybe my Indian passport is the culprit!
    I can see them taking 1000 baht total up front but per day seems strange. I doubt it has anything to do with your passport at an international hotel chain. You can always stay elsewhere. If you booked through a third party hotel site it would have said what the deposit requirements would have been.

  7. #7908

    Security Deposit

    What is it with hotels in BKK taking a refundable security deposit at the time of check in? I stayed at the Novotel Sukhumvit Soi 4 and they take 1000 THB per day, which works out to quite a lot of money and eats into your holiday budget.

    Is it the same for the white folks here? not too sure maybe my Indian passport is the culprit!

  8. #7907
    Quote Originally Posted by QCryptic  [View Original Post]
    I'm curious why there isn't that much info online about short time hotels.

    Anyway, more specifically. Is Ruamchitt Plaza Hotel able to rent me a room for a like 2 hours in the middle of the day, like 5 pm?

    I want to meet a girl I've met in the past, but I don't really want to bring anyone to the apartment I am renting so I am just checking my options. If not I will just book a normal hotel room I guess.
    Ruamchitt will do it.

  9. #7906

    Short time hotel

    I'm curious why there isn't that much info online about short time hotels.

    Anyway, more specifically. Is Ruamchitt Plaza Hotel able to rent me a room for a like 2 hours in the middle of the day, like 5 pm?

    I want to meet a girl I've met in the past, but I don't really want to bring anyone to the apartment I am renting so I am just checking my options. If not I will just book a normal hotel room I guess.

  10. #7905
    Quote Originally Posted by Tlito  [View Original Post]
    Hi Mate.

    Did you stay at Arize.

    I was going to book but wanted to make sure it is ok to take ladies back.
    I stayed there a few days in November 2022 and was not impressed. There's only one person at the small reception desk, room was small and not that great, air condition was noisy and poorly maintained.

    Only positive was the breakfirst, which is way better than most places I've visited.

    It's probably guest friendly as I saw one or two girls who looked like prostitutes but it is mostly frequented by Asian famillies or Japanese guests (business men or retired gents who like to play golf).

  11. #7904

    Aloft soi 11 and courtyard soi 20 both GF

    Stayed last month, no issues bringing girls, no registration required (at least did not ask me).

    Courtyard has better breakfast than aloft also newer renovated rooms in courtyard.

  12. #7903
    Quote Originally Posted by CCRider1008  [View Original Post]
    If you're looking for higher end hotels that are GF I just stayed at Sheraton Grande. Last year at JW Marriott. Both no issue with girls, as long as you aren't bringing in a street hooker dressed like a ****. JW a bit nicer but too away from a lot of the action, except for NANA. The Sheraton close to SOI Cowboy and literally 2 blocks from Thermae Cafe. I got my girls from Thermae 3 nights, rest from Tinder and TF.
    I just returned from BKK and stayed at the Westin, also high end and the room I had was spacious and very quiet with little road noise. Absolutely no issues bringing in girls. Westin is located on Sukhumvit at Asok and Terminal 21. It is grouped in with the Marriott chain which also includes Sheraton; they all have a certain standard to uphold. The Westin was less $$ than the Sheraton and JW but not by much.

  13. #7902

    Arize

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonBen84  [View Original Post]
    Hello fellow punters,

    I missed the spot to reserve my 2 fav and budget friendly hotels and unfortunately they are full.

    I found good deal with Arize Hotel at Sukhumvit Soi26 right behind the 24/1 alley.

    Wondering if this is girl friend hotel and can bring girls / escorts? I promise to follow up with field reports.

    Thanks a ton!
    Hi Mate.

    Did you stay at Arize.

    I was going to book but wanted to make sure it is ok to take ladies back.

  14. #7901

    Ambassador Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    Any monger reviews?
    I've stayed there about 6 times, but never since 2017. At first glance the place looks great, but there is always something wrong ranging from crowded breakfast with many missing items to broken kettle, broken toilet paper holder, uncomfortable mattress, broken room light, mold in shower, etc. Calling the front desk always got the problem resolved (or room changed). I also had a time when I checked in at the same time as another customer and I was given his standard room and he was given my upgraded room; it took me a few minutes to realize I had the wrong room and then about an hour to get the other guy out, reclean the room, and move me to the proper room. That same stay resulted in a mystery mini-bar charge on my credit card, it was eventually refunded and likely caused by the check-in screw up. Then there was the time where there was an 01:00 commotion outside my door, it was an issue between 1 Thai girl, 3 or 4 India/Pakistan men, and hotel security. It's never the same problem, but every stay had it's own problems. I've only stayed in the tower wing, rumor says that the other section worse.

    The one thing I liked is the guard, at least in 2017 and prior. At the base of the tower elevators stood an evening guard who would always collect a girl's ID and then call your room before she got her ID returned. He is there for your safety, don't avoid him!

    Ambassador is not recommended. Now I spend a few more baht and stay at other hotels.

  15. #7900
    Quote Originally Posted by Allover  [View Original Post]
    Yes that B1900 for Mercure is a very good price. Where do you stay at these days? The heat and rain in Bangkok forces me to stay close to Sukhumvit and a BTS station. Mercure is a bit far from Sukhumvit and their free tuk tuk service is unreliable.
    If you're looking for higher end hotels that are GF I just stayed at Sheraton Grande. Last year at JW Marriott. Both no issue with girls, as long as you aren't bringing in a street hooker dressed like a ****. JW a bit nicer but too away from a lot of the action, except for NANA. The Sheraton close to SOI Cowboy and literally 2 blocks from Thermae Cafe. I got my girls from Thermae 3 nights, rest from Tinder and TF.

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