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  1. #3007

    Girl called police on me

    I was here on Sunday and was just chilling at the bar. I got up to walk around to survey the scarce talent they have at Adelitas and I had my phone in my hand. An ugly puta who was pestering me since I first walked in thought I was recording a video and wanted to see my phone. I refused to hand it over since I don't trust anyone with my stuff when I'm traveling. She called a mesero over and he told me to hand over my phone. Yes, I could have just relented but I felt like being stubborn. Mesero called in the police. 20 minutes of my time was wasted so I relented in letting the cop check my phone if he wouldn't touch it. During all this a friendly older bargirl told me to be relaxed and we chatted and joked the entire time while the ugly puta who accused me was glaring at me the whole time. Gave her a bunch of ones to furthur [CodeWord140] off the bargirl. I have been to Adelitas a few times and it was always a warm up place for me. Now I have an excuse to not give any business here and just enjoy myself at Hong Kong completely now LOL.

  2. #3006
    Quote Originally Posted by AmazonLuver  [View Original Post]
    They don't seem to have a website in which to book a room. Is booking in person the only way? Do they have a back entrance (like Cascadas). Do street girls in the alley (including the ones standing at Cascadas's back entrance) go to the the hotel? Thanks in advance.
    As far as I can tell they don't have online booking (yet -- I assume it is coming if they remodel like they have advertised). I've only ever booked in person.

    They have a back entrance but it is for the street girls and the girls from La Valentina to use. It's not well marked (Image: https://goo.gl/maps/q6LUo5cMbBHvh8RE6). I don't even know if there is a way to go from the alley entrance to the rest of the hotel, but I assume there is.

  3. #3005
    Quote Originally Posted by AmazonLuver  [View Original Post]
    They don't seem to have a website in which to book a room. Is booking in person the only way? Do they have a back entrance (like Cascadas). Do street girls in the alley (including the ones standing at Cascadas's back entrance) go to the the hotel? Thanks in advance.
    The hotel directly above Adelitas Bar is called Hotel Coahuila.

    Back in 2007 or 2008 they had no website and they took no reservations (except I suspect "connected" people likely had a way to make reservations).

    I am not even sure that you could walk up to the front desk today (Tuesday) of Hotel Coahuila and make a reservation for this weekend.

    To the rear of Hotel Coahuila is the street girl hotel upstairs above the La Valentina Bar (same building). Although there is at least one limited access hallway that connect the two hotels, this hallway is for employees only and not for hotel guests.

    Hotel Coahuila does allow you to take a street girl up into your overnight room there, but I have a story about it. One summer day back in 2007 or 2008 I had an overnight room in Hotel Coahuila. That day I took up a bunch of street girls (including Guadalupe and Veronica for a threesome). The hotel clerk noticed I was only taking up street girls and no bar girls from Adelitas Bar. The desk clerk told me that I could not take up any more paraditas, but only Adelitas Bar chicas while wagging his index finger at me side to side (the "no" sign).

    I never checked into Coahuila Hotel again. The only chicas from Adelitas that I knew well (both named Alexia) had all our future sessions inside Hotel Leyva (now renamed Posada de Santiago).

    The street girls near the entrance to Hotel Coahuila (like the ones on the school girl corner or those that stand in front of Hotel Garcia) are generally willing to have citas in Hotel Coahuila. But Street Girls that post up farther away from Hotel Coahuila (like west alley chicas in front of Cascades' alley entrance) will be very resistant to traveling so far for a cita with you if you are a new client to them.

  4. #3004

    Adelita's hotel

    They don't seem to have a website in which to book a room. Is booking in person the only way? Do they have a back entrance (like Cascadas). Do street girls in the alley (including the ones standing at Cascadas's back entrance) go to the the hotel? Thanks in advance.

  5. #3003
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    So it is only $20 a night for the Adelina's hotel on Sunday. Wednesday?
    It's 44 most nights only discount to 20 Monday Tuesday Wednesday. It's tough to get a reservation that's reliable. Cascadas has been reliable. But, even at 45 this hotel is good because if you get really lucky, meet a girl who wants to visit after her shift, it's no problem. And a lot girls are thrilled with this hotel compared to the low level ones around. Staff is pretty cool here nothing bad ever for me here.

  6. #3002

    Adelita. New owner

    Adelita has a new owner (young guy), and they are renovating the bar on the left side by the wall. (I talked to a girl from Adelita bar, Tuesday).

  7. #3001
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    I noticed that the exterior rooms on the third floor were the larger "deluxe" rooms, and another monger told me that they don't rent those out for overnights. I haven't verified that, but they were not offered to me even though the clerk knew I would probably want one.

    I am not sure about Sunday, but Monday-Wednesday the rooms at Coahuila (Adelita's) are only $20 for all night without needing a VIP card like Cascadas (Hong Kong) requires for a discount. A basic room at Cascadas (with a $50 VIP card) is $11 on Monday & Tuesday, and $55 without.
    After a few beers and flirting with a girl all night at Adelitas, I ended up walking up first and getting a room at around 2 or 3 am. $20 gets you an interior room, with a window looking the hall way. Anyways rooms were nothing special and are like the basic rooms at HK. Anyways I always end up getting rooms at HK / Cas since there are 3 bars to take girls from. But for $20 for all night, I see what pickings there are in adelitas and then get a room. Not talking about short time room. I hate the knock and interruptions. Anyways for $20 you can get a room anytime. It's worth it if you can find a cheaper yet compatible girl at adelitas.

    Otherwise I'the keep to cascades cause of the other bars.

  8. #3000
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    Doesn't the third (top) floor of that building have just as many windows facing Coahuila Avenue as the second floor?
    I noticed that the exterior rooms on the third floor were the larger "deluxe" rooms, and another monger told me that they don't rent those out for overnights. I haven't verified that, but they were not offered to me even though the clerk knew I would probably want one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie888  [View Original Post]
    So it is only $20 a night for the Adelina's hotel on Sunday. Wednesday?
    I am not sure about Sunday, but Monday-Wednesday the rooms at Coahuila (Adelita's) are only $20 for all night without needing a VIP card like Cascadas (Hong Kong) requires for a discount. A basic room at Cascadas (with a $50 VIP card) is $11 on Monday & Tuesday, and $55 without.

  9. #2999
    So it is only $20 a night for the Adelina's hotel on Sunday. Wednesday?

  10. #2998
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    Yes. You can pay $5 to get a key that you keep with you. It's an old fashioned metal key with one of those big plastic diamond-shaped keychains with the room number on it.

    When I stayed there this month, I initially requested a room with an exterior window, because I heard that the interior rooms were hot. They told me that the exterior rooms were all on the second floor and had no key. At the time I thought they meant the doors didn't lock, but later I realized that they probably meant there were no keys to give to the guests and you'd need assistance every time you went to your room. In the end my room was fine, and an exterior room on the second floor overlooking Calle Coahuila would probably have been crazy noisy anyway.
    Doesn't the third (top) floor of that building have just as many windows facing Coahuila Avenue as the second floor?

    As I recall, years ago, I stayed in overnight rooms on both the second and third floors. I stayed in rooms with windows facing Coahuila, but don't now remember if those rooms were on the 2nd or 3rd floor.

  11. #2997
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    The first time I stayed overnight in Hotel Coahuila was back in 2005. I stayed two nights and spent over $15 giving $1 tips ever time I returned to my room, and needed a clerk to walk down the hall and unlock my room.

    Then I learned by reading on website Tijuana Amigos that guests could simply leave a $5 refundable key deposit, and have their own room key for their visits.

    I have not stayed in Hotel Coahuila (above Adelitas) for the last 10 years. Do they still have a refundable room key deposit?
    Yes. You can pay $5 to get a key that you keep with you. It's an old fashioned metal key with one of those big plastic diamond-shaped keychains with the room number on it.

    When I stayed there this month, I initially requested a room with an exterior window, because I heard that the interior rooms were hot. They told me that the exterior rooms were all on the second floor and had no key. At the time I thought they meant the doors didn't lock, but later I realized that they probably meant there were no keys to give to the guests and you'd need assistance every time you went to your room. In the end my room was fine, and an exterior room on the second floor overlooking Calle Coahuila would probably have been crazy noisy anyway.

  12. #2996
    Quote Originally Posted by KCQuestor  [View Original Post]
    Also, if it is Monday-Wednesday you can get a room yourself for the whole night for $20. This is a great deal, as you can then take girls up to the room at no extra charge for a short-time room, PLUS you have the use of the room for the rest of the time for a quick nap, or charging your phone, or just getting away from the noise. Even if you don't plan to stay overnight, it is worthwhile. It ends up being only like $5 more than one arriba, and if you do two arribas it actually saves you money.
    The first time I stayed overnight in Hotel Coahuila was back in 2005. I stayed two nights and spent over $15 giving $1 tips ever time I returned to my room, and needed a clerk to walk down the hall and unlock my room.

    Then I learned by reading on website Tijuana Amigos that guests could simply leave a $5 refundable key deposit, and have their own room key for their visits.

    I have not stayed in Hotel Coahuila (above Adelitas) for the last 10 years. Do they still have a refundable room key deposit?

  13. #2995
    Quote Originally Posted by ScatManDoo  [View Original Post]
    Yes, the use of a short-term room upstairs for 30 minutes is a separate charge you pay to the (Coahuila Hotel) desk clerk. Adelitas Bar and Hotel Coahuila share the same building, but are separate businesses.
    Also, if it is Monday-Wednesday you can get a room yourself for the whole night for $20. This is a great deal, as you can then take girls up to the room at no extra charge for a short-time room, PLUS you have the use of the room for the rest of the time for a quick nap, or charging your phone, or just getting away from the noise. Even if you don't plan to stay overnight, it is worthwhile. It ends up being only like $5 more than one arriba, and if you do two arribas it actually saves you money.

  14. #2994
    Quote Originally Posted by ElAlto  [View Original Post]
    I can't remember but at Adelina's, when you take a girl upstairs, do, you have to pay for the room separately? Last time I was there was in 17 and I spend $100 for 2 girls but I don't remember spending on the room.
    Probably double charge for 2 girls.

  15. #2993
    Quote Originally Posted by ElAlto  [View Original Post]
    I can't remember but at Adelina's, when you take a girl upstairs, do, you have to pay for the room separately? Last time I was there was in 17 and I spend $100 for 2 girls but I don't remember spending on the room.
    Yes, the use of a short-term room upstairs for 30 minutes is a separate charge you pay to the (Coahuila Hotel) desk clerk. Adelitas Bar and Hotel Coahuila share the same building, but are separate businesses.

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