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  1. #4062

    Scandalec guest house and owl hostel

    Both hotels cost 500 thb so are for thone on a budget. Owl hostel says hostel, but it is a hotel not hostel. Both are on soi 9 off 2nd road. Bot are girl friendly.

    Scandalic was about what you would expect for 500 baht. It is above a restaurant. The shower was weak pressure. The room was clean but still kind of grimy feeling. To get in at night you unlock the door into the restaurant and head to the back and up stairs. I saw a video of this place on youtube that recommended it. I would not.

    Owl hostel is also 500 baht. It is much cleaner. There is someone in lobby overnight. The room is small but clean with good ac and tv. If you want a hotel for 500 thb I think owl hostel is as good as you will find.

  2. #4061

    Sun Xclusive Hotel and Swiss Restaurant and Hotel

    Hi Guys.

    This hobby is not stop haha. We are looking at alternative accommodation around Pattaya and my wingman stumbled across these hotels. The Sun Xclusive Hotel and the Swiss Restaurant and Hotel.

    Can anyone give me any information at all about these properties? I'm not expecting much out of the Swiss being in Soi Diamond but I'm very interested in the Sun Xclusive. I'm looking for the obvious questions one would ask here like how joiner Friendly are they and any other tidbits like breakfast etc.

    Thanks Rob.

  3. #4060
    Quote Originally Posted by AsFaq  [View Original Post]
    The tuk-tuk will charge you 20 Baht but that's when it's got passengers already and making a lot of stops- this is rare on Thappraya Road.
    Baht bus should always be 10 baht if you are going to walking street or as far as soi 1. There are stories of drivers possibly charging 20 baht if you go to naklua. Never ask a moving baht bus driver how much. Just hand him 10 baht as you get off.

    I recall looking at hotel zing when I was looking for a hotel near jomtien for a few days but I passed on it because I came across some sites implying it was a gay hotel. Did you notice that?

  4. #4059

    Grand Hotel

    No elevator! I was in room 104 so I used the stairs right at the reception area!

  5. #4058

    Grand Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    If I'm reading this correctly you took two girls at the same time the first night and then three girls at the same time the second night, is that correct? If so you have to walk right past reception to the elevators, surprised nothing was said.
    On the first night at about 11 pm I had 2 girls ST both dropped in IDs and got clean towels. At 1 am 2 more girls ST same process.

    On night 2 I bought back 3 girls and all 3 checked their IDs and 3 clean towels. No walking past or sneaking. No Charges.

    Thanks.

    Rob.

  6. #4057
    Quote Originally Posted by RobJones  [View Original Post]
    Grand Hotel 2 nights. Cheap and close to Walking Street. Probably overpriced at 960 per night. Crap rooms, beds on rollers so constant movement, hot buffet breakfast cooked night before and stone cold at breakfast time. Very girl friendly on night one 2 x 2 girls and no problems. Night 2 3 girls back to room and no problems. It is noisy but I wasn't there to sleep. Clean towels available at reception. Staff not really friendly but again does not worry me.
    .
    If I'm reading this correctly you took two girls at the same time the first night and then three girls at the same time the second night, is that correct? If so you have to walk right past reception to the elevators, surprised nothing was said.

  7. #4056

    Mgallery Baraquda

    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    Is this the Baraquda?
    Yes. A good option.

  8. #4055
    Quote Originally Posted by RobJones  [View Original Post]
    Mgallery. 3000 per night by 3 nights. On second road opposite Soi 13/2.
    Is this the Baraquda?

  9. #4054

    Grand Hotel and Mgallery Baraquda

    Hi guys.

    Feed back on both Hotels.

    Grand Hotel 2 nights. Cheap and close to Walking Street. Probably overpriced at 960 per night. Crap rooms, beds on rollers so constant movement, hot buffet breakfast cooked night before and stone cold at breakfast time. Very girl friendly on night one 2 x 2 girls and no problems. Night 2 3 girls back to room and no problems. It is noisy but I wasn't there to sleep. Clean towels available at reception. Staff not really friendly but again does not worry me.

    Mgallery. 3000 per night by 3 nights. On second road opposite Soi 13/2. Good location. Great rooms with comfortable bed. Good buffet breakfast. Good reception staff and good house keeping staff. Very girl friendly night 2 I took 4 girls back and no worries, I knew 3 of the girls and we didn't offer ID cards and they didn't ask.

    Next time I will stay at the Mgalley again and I will probabky stay away from Walking Street Hotels all together.

    Rob.

  10. #4053

    Hotel Review: Hotel Zing, 17th-19th May.

    My trip to Pattaya was with a friend, and what we ideally wanted was a place with 2 private bedrooms- so that we could still hang out in the same room and retreat to privacy when required. But we also wanted a proper hotel, a place that would check girls' IDs, so we did not consider Airbnb-type condos and apartments. And we also wanted something in budget. I couldn't find something that ticked all these boxes, but I did find the 'Penthouse Suite Poolside Room' at Hotel Zing for 1000 Baht per room per night. We took 2 rooms, one for each.

    If I now look at the Hotel Zing room listings on the site I booked on, it no longer claims to have a 'Penthouse Suite Poolside Room' but at the time I made the booking it did make this claim. I'the tell you I research my hotels well and look at lots of photos and reviews, but I guess I'the be wrong because the 'Penthouse Suite' was no real suite at all. It was a basic room with an attached bathroom. In the current listing the hotel now calls this room the 'Super Deluxe Pool View Room. ' Still, the room was clean and had a fridge and TV, and it was right next to the rooftop pool- which came in handy if you read my reports in the Pattaya forum. So despite not getting a Penthouse Suite as we expected, my friend and I did not mind this place given the pool and price.

    You also need to understand the hotel location well, for it explains the low price for the rooms. It's on Thappraya Road, far enough from Walking Street that though you may make the walk on a cool evening, on most days you'll need a vehicle. The tuk-tuk will charge you 20 Baht but that's when it's got passengers already and making a lot of stops- this is rare on Thappraya Road. So you're more likely to pay 50-100 Baht for an empty tuk-tuk just taking you to Walking Street. Cabs between these locations will charge 200 Baht, or at least at night.

    If you're coming to Pattaya directly from Suvarnabhumi airport and book this hotel, get off at the last stop which is on Thappraya Road. If you don't have much luggage you can walk to the hotel. Do not count on the hotel breakfast at all, seriously. And of course- it's girl friendly. On our checkout day we had to checkout by noon, but we finally did at 7 PM and paid 1000 Baht extra for that. Thappraya Road and the area around the hotel is dead at night, no action. But there's a 7/11 right next to the hotel which is extremely handy and probably to blame for the amount of pints we gulped down during our stay.

  11. #4052

    ATMs

    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    I've used countless ATM's in Pattaya and never once was asked to select a currency conversion, screen goes right to the withdraw amount. Next screen then is the fee they'll tack on. My buddy did use a machine in front of a 7-11 and had that option come up so its possible its only the machines owned by the stores who are trying to get a few extra bucks that do this scam.
    Yep. Me, too. I only use ATMs that are attached to bank branches, so that there is someone at the bank to help me if there is a problem. I've used these ATMs more than a hundred times and never been asked to select a currency conversion, and I've never had a problem.

  12. #4051
    Quote Originally Posted by ItIsMe83  [View Original Post]
    And do not forget when withdrawing money with a debit card from a ATM to always refuse the 'currency conversion'option. Sometimes they even ask you twice and change the options to the other side of the screen to still get you. Ridiculous but I do think 40-60% of people fall for the trick. On a 300 euro withdrawal it could easily be 10 euro difference.
    I've used countless ATM's in Pattaya and never once was asked to select a currency conversion, screen goes right to the withdraw amount. Next screen then is the fee they'll tack on. My buddy did use a machine in front of a 7-11 and had that option come up so its possible its only the machines owned by the stores who are trying to get a few extra bucks that do this scam.

  13. #4050
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    The 4 Credit Card Rules to travel by:

    #1 Always select the local currency when paying with a credit card.
    #2 Only use credit cards that have a zero fx transaction fee.
    #3 Except in an emergency, never use a CC to draw down cash from an ATM - only use a zero fee debit card like the Charles Schwab debit card, for example, to withdraw cash.
    #4 Only use CC's that feature a 2% or more reward in points or miles like the Capital One Venture card for example.
    And do not forget when withdrawing money with a debit card from a ATM to always refuse the 'currency conversion'option. Sometimes they even ask you twice and change the options to the other side of the screen to still get you. Ridiculous but I do think 40-60% of people fall for the trick. On a 300 euro withdrawal it could easily be 10 euro difference.

  14. #4049
    Quote Originally Posted by NewTiger  [View Original Post]
    After doing some RTFF, I have the following options:

    1. LK Renaissance.

    2. Whitehouse Condotel
    I stayed at the WH Condotel for a few days last year. It is definitely a dated hotel but with clean and spacious rooms. The breakfast was good. Location is on a quiet street. It is neither close to WS not to Soi6, just in between which forces one to rely on the baht bus all the time. Most of the guests were old white men, many of them with golf kits.

  15. #4048

    Bett Pattaya Hotel

    Anyone stay at the Bett Pattaya Hotel before? It's a Hostel with additional Single Bed rooms, and I booked one for an upcoming weekend. Has good rating on Agoda. And only $57 for the 3 day weekend.

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