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  1. #4498
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    In normal circumstances I would recommend Bell, but I'm not sure if they are still in business.
    The website is still active, but it's not possible to make a booking at the moment.

    https://belltravelservice.com
    It's still alive. I just made a booking a few days ago. But take note that they are no longer going to North Pattaya even when it's selectable. If you're going to Pattaya, choose the stop "jomtien bus station" instead. It's about 10 min car ride to central Pattaya from there.

  2. #4497
    Quote Originally Posted by ChristianG  [View Original Post]
    At the moment in Pattaya you can only do quarantine in ASQ Hotel https://asq.in.th/aslq-pattaya-chonburi-thailand-hotels.

    SHA+ hotels are only for the sandbox program, and there is no sandbox in Pattaya now.
    There is supposed to be a Sandbox in Pattaya as of November 1, and there are now SHA+ hotels available.

  3. #4496

    Current Travelling steps

    I'm not sure if anyone posted the current steps to travel. I assume the 21 countries that are exempted from quarantine will have it easier. You still need to stay 1-day in SHA hotel.

    Can anyone confirm if all-inclusive hotels in Pattaya are worth it? I saw one for $1300 USD and thinking of booking it. Do they allow you to bring the girls from outside? I'm thinking of boking Oakwood Journeyhub Pattaya.

  4. #4495
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomling  [View Original Post]
    Now with the new rule of one week quarantine for fully vaccinated I consider going to Pattaya. I have searched the Internet, but have not found a list of all the SHA plus hotels in Pattaya. Can someone here at ISG give me such a link?

    Maybe there are not so many SHA plus hotels in Pattaya. When I looked at some of the major hotel-websites they only had a few in that category. Steswithv.
    At the moment in Pattaya you can only do quarantine in ASQ Hotel https://asq.in.th/aslq-pattaya-chonburi-thailand-hotels.

    SHA+ hotels are only for the sandbox program, and there is no sandbox in Pattaya now.

  5. #4494
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomling  [View Original Post]
    Now with the new rule of one week quarantine for fully vaccinated I consider going to Pattaya. I have searched the Internet, but have not found a list of all the SHA plus hotels in Pattaya. Can someone here at ISG give me such a link?

    Maybe there are not so many SHA plus hotels in Pattaya. When I looked at some of the major hotel-websites they only had a few in that category. Steswithv.
    SHA hotels only operate in Sandboxes. You need to book an ALQ hotel in Pattaya.

  6. #4493

    Where to find a list with all the SHA plus hotels in Pattaya

    Now with the new rule of one week quarantine for fully vaccinated I consider going to Pattaya. I have searched the Internet, but have not found a list of all the SHA plus hotels in Pattaya. Can someone here at ISG give me such a link?

    Maybe there are not so many SHA plus hotels in Pattaya. When I looked at some of the major hotel-websites they only had a few in that category. Steswithv.

  7. #4492
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    In normal circumstances I would recommend Bell, but I'm not sure if they are still in business.
    The website is still active, but it's not possible to make a booking at the moment.

    https://belltravelservice.com
    It is virtually impossible to take an international flight to BKK and then take a taxi, unless that taxi is provided by a certified hotel in Pattaya.

    Until recently, you could get off a domestic flight in BKK, and get a cab, but now that domestic flights are grounded, no chance.

  8. #4491
    Quote Originally Posted by Tvataham274  [View Original Post]
    Honestly the most stressful part is getting to and from the airport!
    In normal circumstances I would recommend Bell, but I'm not sure if they are still in business.
    The website is still active, but it's not possible to make a booking at the moment.

    https://belltravelservice.com

  9. #4490
    Quote Originally Posted by Tvataham274  [View Original Post]
    I think for my first visit I will stay at the Classroom. That hotel looks pretty good and it is very close to Walking.
    This hotel is in Boyz Town. It's the gay area of Pattaya.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boyztown

    You don't have to worry too much about being close to Walking Street. As long as the hotel is close to Beach Road or Second Road you'll be fine, because that is where the Baht busses are circling 24h a day.
    Although, like Bunky already said, it's best to stay south of Central Pattaya Road. If your hotel is north of this road the travelling time to and from Walking Street might get annoying.

  10. #4489
    Quote Originally Posted by Explorer8939  [View Original Post]
    I hope you understand that Thailand currently has a 2 week quarantine requirement.
    I would figure what I said implied that I am aware of that. And I am.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tvataham274  [View Original Post]
    But now it is just waiting and hoping they lift the quarantine requirements before December

    Thanks.

  11. #4488
    Quote Originally Posted by Tvataham274  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the reply Bunky.

    I think for my first visit I will stay at the Classroom. That hotel looks pretty good and it is very close to Walking.

    I think I have everything in order. I realize that most of the advise about how the places operate will be irrelevant when I actually get there, but I'm more in the market for logistical advice. I think I've sorted out everything that I need to do and know for when I arrive.

    But now it is just waiting and hoping they lift the quarantine requirements before December. I have over 2 weeks of time off saved from work that I'm losing come 2022 that I want to spend balls deep on the other side of the planet.

    Thanks.
    I hope you understand that Thailand currently has a 2 week quarantine requirement.

  12. #4487
    Thanks for the reply Bunky.

    I think for my first visit I will stay at the Classroom. That hotel looks pretty good and it is very close to Walking.

    I think I have everything in order. I realize that most of the advise about how the places operate will be irrelevant when I actually get there, but I'm more in the market for logistical advice. I think I've sorted out everything that I need to do and know for when I arrive.

    But now it is just waiting and hoping they lift the quarantine requirements before December. I have over 2 weeks of time off saved from work that I'm losing come 2022 that I want to spend balls deep on the other side of the planet.

    Thanks.

  13. #4486

    Newbie Seeks Lodging Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Tvataham274  [View Original Post]
    Or if anyone has other suggestions for a place in the area, let me know. Been going through a bunch in the area that have their rates posted online and a decent contact form if I have questions and these two look OK to me. Anyone know if it is normal for hotels to have facilities for guests to do their laundry?
    Bionic Man makes a good point when he recommends staying in the central part of town. The hotels you're looking at are considerably farther south and a little east. I realize that's closer to Walking Street, but even assuming it's back on form by the time you arrive you don't need to lodge there. The baht bus makes it silly simple to get to Walking Street from hotels farther north.

    Look at hotels that are north of Soi 13/4 and south of Central Pattaya Road, between the beach on the west and Pattaya Third Road on the east. Generally speaking, the closer to the beach the more expensive the rate. I always recommend the Whitehouse Condotel to first time visitors. The location is perfect, the rates are good and it's a quiet place where you can actually sleep. There is also a restaurant in the lobby.

    As for laundry, a few hotels offer suites billed as "serviced apartments" and a few of those suites have a washing machine. No dryer. The custom is to line dry your clothes on the balcony or on a drying rack.

    Hotels generally don't have laundry rooms. Instead you take your clothes to a laundry. They are all over town and no matter where you stay there will be a laundry close by. Just drop off you dirty clothes and when you come back a day or two later they'll be cleaned (and pressed if you like) for a very reasonable price.

  14. #4485
    Quote Originally Posted by Tvataham274  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Bionic. I'm looking around Walking with the hopes that it will reopen in the next couple of months. From what I can gather, it is indeed a ghost town currently, but maybe that won't be the case in November / December / January.

    Do hotels generally have laundry facilities in them?
    It sounds like you are planning to visit Pattaya some months down the road. So any advice given to you now will be obsolete when you are in Pattaya.

  15. #4484
    Nope, am not Indian. Just looking for something that looks nice and that is pretty close to Walking.

    Though I am going to guess that mostly 2-4 star hotels in the area are girl friendly, I still want to confirm with them via email if that is the case.

    Still torn. Walking seems to have more. Everything, compared to Soi 6 (at least from looking at maps), has Soi6 fared better than Walking (or is currently better)?

    I also plan to try to use Thai friendly to get some connections before I head down, after I've already booked and what not. So many things I have to do on my mental check list before I commit to anything! Honestly the most stressful part is getting to and from the airport!

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