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  1. #6155
    Quote Originally Posted by HappyTraveler8  [View Original Post]
    What are your thoughts on staying at Taormina, especially in comparison to Sportsmens Lodge? I've heard mixed reviews in terms of cleanliness, noise, etc. Also, how do the quality / quantity of the girls compare between the two?
    When asking for a room at the Taoramina; go for the 4th floor "in the rear". The front of the hotel faces a fairly busy side street with early morning traffic. Rooms in the "420"s (no pun intended", face a wooded area. I find the rooms at the Taormina to be cleaner than the HDR; as is the casino.

  2. #6154

    Better girls at Taormina

    Quote Originally Posted by HappyTraveler8  [View Original Post]
    What are your thoughts on staying at Taormina, especially in comparison to Sportsmens Lodge? I've heard mixed reviews in terms of cleanliness, noise, etc. Also, how do the quality / quantity of the girls compare between the two?
    I thought the room was "ok" at Taormina. Clean although nothing special. Noise a few times but it died down pretty quickly each time. Restaurant attached to hotel was very good.

    At least in my 3 night day, the talent was vastly superior at Taormina than anything else in the area by far. The other places were dead even in the evenings.

  3. #6153

    Staying at Taormina?

    What are your thoughts on staying at Taormina, especially in comparison to Sportsmens Lodge? I've heard mixed reviews in terms of cleanliness, noise, etc. Also, how do the quality / quantity of the girls compare between the two?

  4. #6152
    Quote Originally Posted by Calzon65  [View Original Post]
    Was my feeling as well, which is why I asked about the Gran.

    HDR is convenient, but it's not the nicest hotel. In all the years I've visited the HDR, I've not been able to book the top-floor suite with the balcony & hot tub, but I managed it this time (probably need to add a few gallons of Clorox before getting into that hot tub LOL).

    Also, I noticed the Holiday Inn (which has some nice rooms) is also very close to the HDR. Anyone have any experience there?
    I've stayed in the 6th floor, corner suite about 4 - 5 times. There are two; one on each side, but one is the "owner's suite" I was fortunate to stay in there once as well. It is very nice, but not real great during the rainy season.

    The Castillo has rooftop suites as well; though no hot tub. Also, the quality of the girls at the Castillo is, let's just saw, lacking in quality. Though, they are inclusive with food and drinks.

  5. #6151
    Every room at the Sportsmens are unique. Some very basic and some quite luxurious. Their website describes each room and shows the price and availability.

    Sleep in reminds me of a Hampton or Courtyard from a room perspective. The reason I avoid it as most of the guests, like the Holiday Inn are not really there for P4 P. I guess I am a bit old fashioned and don't like the walk of shame.

    On the other hand, if I was in San Jose primarily for business and was thinking of a liasion or two then I would definitely consider the Sleep Inn.

  6. #6150
    I feel sleep inn. Still gives you that regular normal hotel feel. With a clean room and hot water. It is better than Taormina or del Ray. Now, I have never stayed a sportsmen. But, I don't think the rooms would be on par. The only problem with Sleep Inn. Is the guest fee is either $25 or $28 dollars. But, happy hunting, LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by HardDrive  [View Original Post]
    The Holiday Inn is a very nice hotel. PreCovid there was an:$85 guest fee for unregistered guests. And you are pretty much guaranteed to get the stinkeye from the other guests and staff as you walk her to the elevator.

    If you want to stay in that area why go to the Sportsmens or the Castillo. Both are entirely guest friendly with no fees regardless of the number of guests. Both have bars where the ladies will ply their trade. Sometimes they are crowded, sometimes not. Both are a short walk or cab ride to the Del Rey or the Taormina.

    The Del Rey is a nice bar to visit but their rooms kind of suck and they do have a fee for each woman you take up the elevator. Last I heard it was $20. If you are a young man that can add up.

  7. #6149
    Quote Originally Posted by Calzon65  [View Original Post]
    Was my feeling as well, which is why I asked about the Gran.

    HDR is convenient, but it's not the nicest hotel. In all the years I've visited the HDR, I've not been able to book the top-floor suite with the balcony & hot tub, but I managed it this time (probably need to add a few gallons of Clorox before getting into that hot tub LOL).

    Also, I noticed the Holiday Inn (which has some nice rooms) is also very close to the HDR. Anyone have any experience there?
    The Holiday Inn is a very nice hotel. PreCovid there was an:$85 guest fee for unregistered guests. And you are pretty much guaranteed to get the stinkeye from the other guests and staff as you walk her to the elevator.

    If you want to stay in that area why go to the Sportsmens or the Castillo. Both are entirely guest friendly with no fees regardless of the number of guests. Both have bars where the ladies will ply their trade. Sometimes they are crowded, sometimes not. Both are a short walk or cab ride to the Del Rey or the Taormina.

    The Del Rey is a nice bar to visit but their rooms kind of suck and they do have a fee for each woman you take up the elevator. Last I heard it was $20. If you are a young man that can add up.

  8. #6148
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    I think a 0 chance that the Gran would be guest friendly. They are in the tourist business and their normal guests do not want to see anything to do with the sex trade. You might be able to sneak someone in somehow, but you could also find yourself out on the street with no refund.
    Was my feeling as well, which is why I asked about the Gran.

    HDR is convenient, but it's not the nicest hotel. In all the years I've visited the HDR, I've not been able to book the top-floor suite with the balcony & hot tub, but I managed it this time (probably need to add a few gallons of Clorox before getting into that hot tub LOL).

    Also, I noticed the Holiday Inn (which has some nice rooms) is also very close to the HDR. Anyone have any experience there?

  9. #6147

    Bar at the Gran Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    Bar scene at the Gran. Hmm. Never did find the bar when I was there a few weeks ago. Nice restaurant though.
    The bar is up on 5th floor behind the elevators and in the restaurant area. It's and okay bar but you will find ZERO action there. NONE. I've stayed at the Gran many times for business and while it's nice, it isn't the place for hobbying.

  10. #6146

    Gran Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    I think a 0 chance that the Gran would be guest friendly. They are in the tourist business and their normal guests do not want to see anything to do with the sex trade. You might be able to sneak someone in somehow, but you could also find yourself out on the street with no refund.
    Upon check-in, they will inform you that there is a $140 USD fee for any "guests" so, yeah, I guess it's semi-acceptable (it IS legal after all) but I've not tried, nor would I.

  11. #6145
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnydays2083  [View Original Post]
    Gran does look really good, my trip is scheduled for end of August. Have booked Urban Green Hotel, but might cancel that for Gran. Do report back on the guest policy. Hope you have a blast!
    I think a 0 chance that the Gran would be guest friendly. They are in the tourist business and their normal guests do not want to see anything to do with the sex trade. You might be able to sneak someone in somehow, but you could also find yourself out on the street with no refund.

  12. #6144
    Quote Originally Posted by Calzon65  [View Original Post]
    I will defiantly report back. The Gran looked really nice and it's close to the HDR, but I'm not willing to risk a hassle from the Gran regarding guest (s).

    It's been over two years since I visited CR, so I need my "fix". The HDR has always served as my base of operation because of the convenience, and for better or worse, I know what I get at the HDR (well I hope what "I know" is still about the same). In any event, I will know in a few weeks.
    Gran does look really good, my trip is scheduled for end of August. Have booked Urban Green Hotel, but might cancel that for Gran. Do report back on the guest policy. Hope you have a blast!

  13. #6143
    Quote Originally Posted by RacShack  [View Original Post]
    You can learn a lot more from walking over to the front desk and asking their guest policy, takes all of the wondering out of if they allow or they don't.

    Pleas do tell when you find out bud!
    I will defiantly report back. The Gran looked really nice and it's close to the HDR, but I'm not willing to risk a hassle from the Gran regarding guest (s).

    It's been over two years since I visited CR, so I need my "fix". The HDR has always served as my base of operation because of the convenience, and for better or worse, I know what I get at the HDR (well I hope what "I know" is still about the same). In any event, I will know in a few weeks.

  14. #6142
    Quote Originally Posted by IndieFriend  [View Original Post]
    Quite a bold observation for your first post!
    Good catch on noticing it was his first post; have to wonder if he's even ever been to Costa Rica.

    My take on dating or meeting apps: The more information you put out on one of those; name, phone number, email address, photos, likes (sexually speaking), opens oneself up to extortion by a talented party. That's not to say that a girl couldn't claim that she was "raped' in your hotel room. It's all a risky proposition. Back in the day, the HDR used to take care of their guests, but now it's a different game. A couple years ago I took a girl up to my room at the HDR, went in to take a shower and when I came out, she was looking under my mattress for whatever I may have stashed. I kicked her out before any money had changed hands and she cried, thinking she may be banned from the hotel. When I went down to the lobby security and reported her; the hotel security response was; "well, you chose the girl". That opened my eyes bigly!

    My comment about the "pensions", was related to San Jose. The $200 figure I quoted about Jaco is what the girls "usually start out with.

    As I stated previously; I'd much rather meet a girl in the bar, have a few drinks and judge her by whether she knows the bartenders, other girls I may know, etc.

  15. #6141

    Also,

    Quote Originally Posted by Calzon65  [View Original Post]
    Thank you very much for the reply.

    Looking at the hotel, I had a feeling it might be "too upscale" prohibiting and / or discouraging (through high fees) lady visitors of the evening. I will go ahead and book at the HDR, tried and true so I know what to expect, then one night I'll stroll over to the Gran and check it out. One can tell a lot from the bar scene, and I will share back here what I learn.

    Again, thank you for the kind reply.
    You can learn a lot more from walking over to the front desk and asking their guest policy, takes all of the wondering out of if they allow or they don't.

    Pleas do tell when you find out bud!

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