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  1. #3072
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
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    ID have no problem staying there again.

    Enjoy. G.
    Sounds good, that clears my doubts.

    Thanks for your response G.

  2. #3071
    Quote Originally Posted by HelloMan2  [View Original Post]
    I'm looking to book an airbnb condo near Greenbelt, I think it's the Excelsior. Before going to the payments page, it showed a list of rules by the host, a few that concern us are as follows:

    - "All illegal activities are strictly prohibited. ".

    - "The building practices strict security rules and anyone who is not registered will not be allowed to enter the condominium. ".

    This can be interpreted in 2 ways:

    1) Very strict: The host knows exactly what he / she's talking about (can't bring girls in).

    2) Kinda loose: "illegal activities" could mean lots of things not just P4P. I read some previous posts saying it depends on how strict the guard is. The second rule could also mean that since I myself am registered, it'd be OK for me to bring a friend and register him / her if needed. It'd be hard to imagine that people who live in the condo can't bring friends over.

    What do you guys think? Should I be worried?

    BTW I don't want to ask the host to clarify if I can bring a friend, I don't want to give any hint that can lead to misunderstanding.
    I stayed at the GB Excelsior last trip. Very nice rooms and an easy walk to GB for meals etc.

    The owner I had has a few condos there and is easy to deal with. He'll meet you upon checkin (if required) then you will never see him again. Say you have been to MnL before and you don't even need to met him. He will send a proforma email / SMS with info on how everything works. Security are cool with guests, just keep it low key. My condo had a clothes washer dryer which is a big plus if you are out walking in Mnl heat and humidity.

    ID have no problem staying there again.

    Enjoy. G.

  3. #3070

    Airbnb listing rules.

    I'm looking to book an airbnb condo near Greenbelt, I think it's the Excelsior. Before going to the payments page, it showed a list of rules by the host, a few that concern us are as follows:

    - "All illegal activities are strictly prohibited. ".

    - "The building practices strict security rules and anyone who is not registered will not be allowed to enter the condominium. ".

    This can be interpreted in 2 ways:

    1) Very strict: The host knows exactly what he / she's talking about (can't bring girls in).

    2) Kinda loose: "illegal activities" could mean lots of things not just P4P. I read some previous posts saying it depends on how strict the guard is. The second rule could also mean that since I myself am registered, it'd be OK for me to bring a friend and register him / her if needed. It'd be hard to imagine that people who live in the condo can't bring friends over.

    What do you guys think? Should I be worried?

    BTW I don't want to ask the host to clarify if I can bring a friend, I don't want to give any hint that can lead to misunderstanding.

  4. #3069
    Quote Originally Posted by SmokersRule  [View Original Post]
    I actually get in at 11 am. I'll hope for early check in then rest up until dinner then go out. Perfect timing!
    That should work! Have fun.

  5. #3068
    I actually get in at 11 am. I'll hope for early check in then rest up until dinner then go out. Perfect timing!

    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyPete  [View Original Post]
    What time will you be arriving at COD? If coming in from the US you probably won't land before 9:30 pm; you probably won't get to your hotel until 10-10:30 pm.

  6. #3067
    Quote Originally Posted by SmokersRule  [View Original Post]
    Appreciate your suggestions. I'll hit up EDSA on my first day, follow it up with LAC, and then stay closer to Burgos on my return.

    Regarding pizza and escorts: Even if I don't pull from notable places like LAC, I like to go and see what they're about. It's interesting to me to see the places I read about so that I can identify with people.

    Again, thanks for the feedback!
    What time will you be arriving at COD? If coming in from the US you probably won't land before 9:30 pm; you probably won't get to your hotel until 10-10:30 pm.

    If you go to EDSA from COD after 10 pm it won't take very long at all. It took me 15 minutes, from the airport, on my last trip. I think I got through immigration around 11:30 pm. Still, by the time you get there the good girls will either be bar fined, or will have returned from their ST bar fine. Just try not to think about sloppy seconds.

    You really want to be at EDSA by 7:30 to see the best girls, even though some of them will already be reserved for the night. A mamasan on my last trip told me that Japanese arrive from the homeland on Thursday night, spend the weekend in Manila and return Sunday night, FWIW.

  7. #3066

    Thanks!

    Appreciate your suggestions. I'll hit up EDSA on my first day, follow it up with LAC, and then stay closer to Burgos on my return.

    Regarding pizza and escorts: Even if I don't pull from notable places like LAC, I like to go and see what they're about. It's interesting to me to see the places I read about so that I can identify with people.

    Again, thanks for the feedback!

  8. #3065
    Quote Originally Posted by Blanquiceleste  [View Original Post]
    If $ is really not an issue, then just head over to EDSA which is closer to CoD. And then to Burgos. Don't bother wasting time in a place like LAC. Same goes for Havana in Greenbelt 3.

    The alternative is to pick a girl from the clubs in CoD, but that is a hit and miss chance. A casino girl can be a good bet too, definitely a better one than LAC.
    Alternative: Bypass all of that, order up some pizza and an escort from an agency.

  9. #3064
    Quote Originally Posted by SmokersRule  [View Original Post]
    Hi! My virgin trip is upcoming. $ is not really an issue and I like casinos, so I booked the Nobu hotel at COD. I've rtff and realize that this is far from some of the action, but I decided the time and taxi cost were worth it to stay at a place I wanted to stay at anyway.

    I'm only staying here one night, then off to ABC in AC for a couple of nights, then back to Manila. (I'll make the hotel decision for my return after experiencing this.) Between the two nights in Manila I want to at least check out Havana, LA Cafe, Burgos, etc.

    Apart from reports that this is a nice place and that a Korean casino girl wanted 8 k, I can't really find any other tips or suggestions for someones staying here. Apart from "stay somewhere else," any info or feedback about staying here? The plan is likely to pull from somewhere else and bring them back (rather than trying to find a casino girl).
    If $ is really not an issue, then just head over to EDSA which is closer to CoD. And then to Burgos. Don't bother wasting time in a place like LAC. Same goes for Havana in Greenbelt 3.

    The alternative is to pick a girl from the clubs in CoD, but that is a hit and miss chance. A casino girl can be a good bet too, definitely a better one than LAC.

  10. #3063
    Quote Originally Posted by SmokersRule  [View Original Post]
    Hi! My virgin trip is upcoming. $ is not really an issue and I like casinos, so I booked the Nobu hotel at COD. I've rtff and realize that this is far from some of the action, but I decided the time and taxi cost were worth it to stay at a place I wanted to stay at anyway.

    I'm only staying here one night, then off to ABC in AC for a couple of nights, then back to Manila. (I'll make the hotel decision for my return after experiencing this.) Between the two nights in Manila I want to at least check out Havana, LA Cafe, Burgos, etc.

    Apart from reports that this is a nice place and that a Korean casino girl wanted 8 k, I can't really find any other tips or suggestions for someones staying here. Apart from "stay somewhere else," any info or feedback about staying here? The plan is likely to pull from somewhere else and bring them back (rather than trying to find a casino girl).
    I have posted reports about City of Dreams on several occasions. I always stay at the Hyatt COD as opposed to the Nobu whenever I decide to stay in this neck of the woods. The Hyatt is cheaper plus I get perks and room upgrades as a Hyatt member, but I am sure you will like where you are going. Another good thing about staying at COD is the 24-hour restaurant availability especially if you are jet lagged coming from the USA.

    Now down to the important stuff:

    Aside from the 2 nightclubs (Pangea & Chaos) in COD located on the 2nd floor that I and others have reviewed, you will be in close proximity to the EDSA Entertainment Complex (RTFF). I like the EDSA bar scene. You are also in relatively close proximity to LA Cafe etc. I don't particularly like LA Cafe, but it is a scene. My advice would be to take a look in LA Cafe around 1 am after you have barfined and enjoyed a ST session with an EDSA bar girl first. A taxi to Burgos will most likely take 50 to 60 minutes. A taxi to Airforce One & Flight 168 spa is probably only 35 minutes. AF1 might be something to consider if you are not happy with the talent level at LA Cafe. I would skip Burgos while you are staying at COD. I would also recommend booking a Makati Hotel like the Fairmont or the Peninsula as long as "$ is not really an issue" for your return to Manila so you can check out Burgos.

    I can still recall my cherry boy 1st visit to the PI. You are going to have a gas.

  11. #3062

    Nobu Hotel. City of Dreams

    Hi! My virgin trip is upcoming. $ is not really an issue and I like casinos, so I booked the Nobu hotel at COD. I've rtff and realize that this is far from some of the action, but I decided the time and taxi cost were worth it to stay at a place I wanted to stay at anyway.

    I'm only staying here one night, then off to ABC in AC for a couple of nights, then back to Manila. (I'll make the hotel decision for my return after experiencing this.) Between the two nights in Manila I want to at least check out Havana, LA Cafe, Burgos, etc.

    Apart from reports that this is a nice place and that a Korean casino girl wanted 8 k, I can't really find any other tips or suggestions for someones staying here. Apart from "stay somewhere else," any info or feedback about staying here? The plan is likely to pull from somewhere else and bring them back (rather than trying to find a casino girl).

  12. #3061
    Quote Originally Posted by Phuket90  [View Original Post]
    Thanks a lot at Pat69. I think it's just been build 2 years ago.

    I will try it in April / May and will report here. Which room category you had? Rooms were big enough?
    Sorry but I don't remember, but I know that The first 2 days I had a sort of big room with window out to the street, but then I change to a smaller room, got other priorities!

  13. #3060
    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    Thanks G, I got that part, but you missed the vital part of my question.

    ". where there is no-hassle coming and going. " (ie; come and go as I please with no questions).
    I've always found it the other way ie every hotel / air bnb is GF. If you don't mind a worst case of her having to show ID then I think you would be exceedingly unlucky to find anywhere that wouldn't fit your requirements.

    If you wanted to avoid even this inconvenience I'm sure that a reassuring word to security that you know and trust all your visitors over the next week would work. Of course, you would then be exposed to the security concerns that the ID checks as designed to prevent.

    A while ago I did ask if there were ANY non GF hotels in the Philippines. From memory, replies identified 3 in the whole country. LOL.

    Cheers, G.

  14. #3059
    Quote Originally Posted by Phuket90  [View Original Post]
    Rooms were big enough?
    That's vague. What does that mean? Big enough for what? Some guys are fine with 20 sqm Studio units (bed for banging and CR for crappin'/ showering). Other guys need palatial space. For me, I've found that I am most comfortable at 27-40 sqm. Anything smaller and I feel cramped, anything larger is wasted space for myself and a 4' 11" / 85 lb pinay.

    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    ". where there is no-hassle coming and going. " (ie; come and go as I please with no questions).
    I have yet to experience any difficulties escorting different guests (sometimes multiple at the same time) during the day at a condo (for those who have eye dee). Can only speak for Malati (not far from Binondo), try Birch Tower (sometimes known as JMM Suites online) and Malate Bayview Mansion.

    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    coming and going with decent wifi?.
    What does that mean? Decent wifi for some gents in phils can be as weak as a connection that lets them browse the web without disconnecting several times per day. For others, that means streaming on multiple devices without buffering (requires considerably more bandwidth that does not drop off on a regular basis). I prefer the second option. Both of the residences I mentioned above (BT and MBM) had units with the second option for me in the past, but that is not a guarantee of the same performance in a different unit in the same condo in the future. Best bet on airbnb is to ask the owner before booking what his speeds are (generally speaking, 5 mbps and up is fine for streaming -- if its constant). In Makati I have had good speeds in Gramercy, Knightsbridge, and Milano serviced residences on airbnb.

  15. #3058
    Thanks G, I got that part, but you missed the vital part of my question.

    ". where there is no-hassle coming and going. " (ie; come and go as I please with no questions).

    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    Just go to the map screen on Air BnB and scroll over to the area you're interested in. Wait 30 secs for a refresh and all the local options will be there.

    Handy as it shows proximity to any malls, eateries etc that you might want to be near.

    I use this more than text based location searches.

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