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  1. #3763
    Quote Originally Posted by LGuy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm thinking of switching my reservation for LK Empress to be shorter and switching to Wave. Can't do full since it seems like some hotels are already booked the weekend I'll be there in August. Wondering if anyone has comments about it. It will cost twice as much as Empress but does look nicer all around. Wondering what type of people stay. If mostly families / couples etc. I believe it should be guest friendly but still would like to know.
    I have stayed at Empress the past two visits, as I will again in a few short weeks. It is very clean as are all on the LK chain. The Empress is very GF, even had one girl come to my room without me meeting her in the lobby. The guest does have to leave their ID and the desk will check on your well-being when your guest picks up their card.

  2. #3762
    Quote Originally Posted by ItIsMe83  [View Original Post]
    I stayed there a few months ago. Staff = 10+ , incredible friendly. It's very, very boutique tho. I stayed during high season and I hardly ever walked into other guests tho so don't worry about who stays there. I didn't ever eat breakfast or used swimming pool tho so when there you might get a better impression.

    Yes it is girl friendly so doubt that changed. Reception (later in evening just a random security dude or so) just takes ID. Don't remember them calling in the morning tho but maybe you can request them doing so.

    Now price / value wise it's ridiculously bad. I travel 7/8 months a year and always think of this place when thinking of one that's overpriced by 60%. They charge double as most other places and I thought the rooms were very average at best. Imagine sleeping in some ikea room. Felt all a bit cheap and trying bit hard and just can't see why they ask so much for the rooms, except location or so. Doubt they try to target monger market and more the hipster crowd or something that think they want something fancy (I fell for it so haha). I like to mostly only stay in upscale places but this one def felt out of place considering the amount I paid and what you get. Note also that rooms facing beach road have lot of noise coming in. Doesn't seem well insulted.

    So stay there if you'd like it is a nice place with lovely staff but it isn't anything really fancy if that's what you hope for.
    OK thank you for the feedback! I guess I'll stick with what I have.

  3. #3761
    Quote Originally Posted by Dinghy  [View Original Post]
    Not checking ID is a bad idea. I even go so far as taking a picture with my phone.
    Just a thought but if something bad were to happen to you your phone would definitely not be left behind at the scene of the crime.

  4. #3760
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have recommendations for a hotel that allows 3 guests in one room without having to pay for an extra joiner? Any recommendations for a hotel that doesn't check the id's?
    Not checking ID is a bad idea. I even go so far as taking a picture with my phone.

  5. #3759

    GF hotels

    Quote Originally Posted by Zauberfee  [View Original Post]
    Baraquda Pattaya - MGallery by Sofitel.

    Siam at Siam Design Hotel Pattaya

    ... from my very own experience ...
    Also add Siam Bayshore. My pref would be Baraquda first though.

    Happy Hunting.

  6. #3758
    Quote Originally Posted by LGuy1  [View Original Post]
    I'm thinking of switching my reservation for LK Empress to be shorter and switching to Wave. Can't do full since it seems like some hotels are already booked the weekend I'll be there in August. Wondering if anyone has comments about it. It will cost twice as much as Empress but does look nicer all around. Wondering what type of people stay. If mostly families / couples etc. I believe it should be guest friendly but still would like to know.
    I stayed there a few months ago. Staff = 10+ , incredible friendly. It's very, very boutique tho. I stayed during high season and I hardly ever walked into other guests tho so don't worry about who stays there. I didn't ever eat breakfast or used swimming pool tho so when there you might get a better impression.

    Yes it is girl friendly so doubt that changed. Reception (later in evening just a random security dude or so) just takes ID. Don't remember them calling in the morning tho but maybe you can request them doing so.

    Now price / value wise it's ridiculously bad. I travel 7/8 months a year and always think of this place when thinking of one that's overpriced by 60%. They charge double as most other places and I thought the rooms were very average at best. Imagine sleeping in some ikea room. Felt all a bit cheap and trying bit hard and just can't see why they ask so much for the rooms, except location or so. Doubt they try to target monger market and more the hipster crowd or something that think they want something fancy (I fell for it so haha). I like to mostly only stay in upscale places but this one def felt out of place considering the amount I paid and what you get. Note also that rooms facing beach road have lot of noise coming in. Doesn't seem well insulted.

    So stay there if you'd like it is a nice place with lovely staff but it isn't anything really fancy if that's what you hope for.

  7. #3757

    Anyone recently stay at Wave?

    I'm thinking of switching my reservation for LK Empress to be shorter and switching to Wave. Can't do full since it seems like some hotels are already booked the weekend I'll be there in August. Wondering if anyone has comments about it. It will cost twice as much as Empress but does look nicer all around. Wondering what type of people stay. If mostly families / couples etc. I believe it should be guest friendly but still would like to know.

  8. #3756
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    I think the condo idea would be the best. Planning on bringing two girls down with me and need them to be able to come and go from the room without being stopped by reception while I'm out with some friends.
    Unixx Condo. No ID check and discret back door from the parking next to the lift. But you need a double key card for you and your girls.

  9. #3755
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunlover2  [View Original Post]
    Feels like you might think about renting a condo at View Talay 6, as that would fit both your stated criteria.

    SL.
    I think the condo idea would be the best. Planning on bringing two girls down with me and need them to be able to come and go from the room without being stopped by reception while I'm out with some friends.

  10. #3754
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have recommendations for a hotel that allows 3 guests in one room without having to pay for an extra joiner? Any recommendations for a hotel that doesn't check the id's?
    Feels like you might think about renting a condo at View Talay 6, as that would fit both your stated criteria.

    SL.

  11. #3753
    Quote Originally Posted by TSurin  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I'm planning a one week trip to Pattaya and I'm thinking to book either LK Residence or LK Metropole Hotel. As far as I understand both hotels are girl friendly which is condition #1. Also I found the Thai climate too hot and need a (clean) bathtub and both hotels have that. Also the bathtub can be interesting place when you came back with a girl for the night. The location also seems very good. I have never been in Pattaya, but it seems that around there is a lot of party streets. LK Metro, Soi Honey. Please can someone confirm me if my observation and expectations about the location are correct.

    Both hotels seems perfect choice based on my criteria but what about the noise? I can not sleep when it is noisy and I'll need that to restore the lost energy So if you have been at LK Residence or LK Metropole Hotel can you comment on:

    - noise.

    - is it clean.

    - is it a good location for the purpose of the trip that every one of us visit Pattaya. I mean libraries, theaters, galleries, etc.

    Cheers,
    The LK hotels are top notch. In fact, have an upcoming stay booked at LK Empress next month. The hotels you mention are in the heart of LK Metro. Another option just outside LK Metro, on Second Road & Soi 10; Intimate Boutique. Very clean hotel, very guest friendly and close to all the "major attractions".

  12. #3752
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have recommendations for a hotel that allows 3 guests in one room without having to pay for an extra joiner?
    Baraquda Pattaya - MGallery by Sofitel.

    Siam at Siam Design Hotel Pattaya

    ... from my very own experience ...

  13. #3751
    So it seems that the LK Metropole Hotel is the winner. Is there anyone that actually stayed there and can make a brief review before I make the booking? Yeah, tripadvisor reviews are available but I want to "hear" the ISG member point of view with all the common interest that we share.

  14. #3750
    Anyone have recommendations for a hotel that allows 3 guests in one room without having to pay for an extra joiner? Any recommendations for a hotel that doesn't check the id's?

  15. #3749
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    LK Residence is right in front of a bunch of noisy beer bars.
    It's one single beer bar who hires the absolute worst singers Thailand has to offer. Agree the decibel level at that bar should be controlled by police. Doesn't bother me a lot since I am not usually home when the bar plays its screechy music. Even the loudest LK Metro gogo bar facing LK Metropole isn't half as loud.

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