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  1. #2401

    I am Tijuana Virgin

    Hi guys,

    So I decided I am going to Tijuana for the first time. I don't know if this month or after corona dies down but my curiosity peaked and I'm bored. Been hearing so much about how Mexico beats SoCal scene by a mile so I guess I have to see for myself.

    I have been going through all of you guys' valued intels on this thread (also on San Diego Tijuana thread) and I am mostly concerned about identity theft. Someone said they will hold your passport or ID while staying at love motels like La Mansion. I am very concerned that if it somehow gets lost or stolen, I won't be able to enter back in to US, and even worse identity theft or potentially some blackmail bullshit. Maybe I am paranoid but I know you guys have more wisdom on this end so please let me know if this is a normal thing. If it is, is there a love motel that won't ask for ID so you can remain discreet and anonymous as possible?

    While we are on the topic of motels, I have been reading some good recommendations, but again, which is the best in terms of safety and discretion (not asking to hold IDs) first and foremost over cheap prices? I also didn't consider this at all but WiFi. I now realize that my phone will be dead when I cross to Mexico and I would be screwed without internet or emergency phone calls. I have been reading motels are unreliable for WiFi and I'm worried that I can't contact agencies or do anything at all.

    So anyways, my plan is take the 5, get off the last exit, park at BSP, cross on foot, hail a cab (taxi libre? I was told this is the best one? Ask for love motel and do my deed and cross back and go home. I'm assuming it will be a hassle to cross back. Someone said lines can be as long as 3 hours for reentry, so I'm planning accordingly. If I do go, I am probably going to take the day off and go on a weekday not during the busy weekends. I am planning to use Musas or SweetTJ, I don't know which is more reliable, so if you guys can vouch one over the other please give me your thoughts. I was also planning to buy some drugs like some mdma but apparently this is a death wish in Tijuana so never mind. I read that you can get into some real shit with even a little bit of weed, so I want to stay under the radar and be sober (unless you guys care to share some thoughts on this matter).

    I speak virtually no Spanish, very elementary at best, but will memorize some useful phrases especially for cab rides. Not planning to get to know the girls and get their numbers, I just want the best fuck I have been hearing so much about from you guys so I don't feel like I have to learn Spanish when I'm there for a quick wham bam and gtfo, especially because I decided that now wouldn't be the best time to stop by Zona Norte and the famous HK bar. Also, regarding cab rides, someone said pay 5 bucks nothing more. What are the standard rates? I was told that taxi libre is the best one, but someone said it's 15-20 bucks for a cab ride while another said it is 5. So which is it? I also read some of these cab drivers are pulling scams with Tijuana police so I am a bit worried. I don't want to get scammed or be in any shitty situations.

    Anyways please give me some advice from a Tijuana virgin. Oh yeah, and I am going alone. If this is a bad idea you guys can talk me out of it or whatever but I just want some of my concerns answered before I hit the road.

  2. #2400
    I hear ya about the music streaming.

    I always play some music on my phone when pumping the girls upstairs. What was kind of fun was playing Thailand EDM music which I fucked girls in Thailand to as well. Kind of mixes the memories of the past while in mexico. Love the reggaeton and other Latin stuff as well. Having it dead silent in the rooms drives me nuts.

    One room I have on the 2nd floor the window opened up to the Alley which was kind of cool to hear all the hustle bustle and music spill over from the street etc.

    I have not stayed over night down there yet but if I did I think I would put some better blue tooth speakers in my back pack so the music is a little better sounding than just from my phone.

    Due to the poor internet of some of the rooms I downloaded a few tracks direct to my phone so if I have a bad connection I can still play some tunes while pumping-away on the girls.

    God I miss those memories.

    Goyo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Fuggedaboudit!

    I've been to a great many motels in Tijuana. Probably a dozen different ones, or so. I can't think of any with consistently good WiFi. So much depends on where you happen to be within the motel facilities. They are pretty spread out and none have sufficient repeaters or access points. I'll give you what I can remember offhand.

    Via is really spotty. Villa Dorada tended to be better in the rooms closer to the road. I'm not sure I ever got a consistent signal at La Mansion. Motel Otay was above average. Motel Ensueno is spotty, but if you do get a signal it's relatively decent. I don't have many problems at Motel Tijuana. Motel Parador is hit and miss, but mostly hits. I can't remember the quality at M-20 or Luxor. Didn't try to use it at Marbella. I'm not sure I'd depend on any of them for streaming music. When I want to stream music in a motel sometimes I can, but other times I have to use my Verizon data. The TV has a few music channels, but they run to Banda and Spanish Pop. As everything else in Mexico, YMMV.

  3. #2399
    Quote Originally Posted by JH1001  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, Phorphan.

    I know it sounds like I'm obsessed with it. How is the wi-fi there?

    I constantly stream music, so I'm always looking for places with easy wi-fi connection & good streaming capability.

    Thanks!

    JH.
    Fuggedaboudit!

    I've been to a great many motels in Tijuana. Probably a dozen different ones, or so. I can't think of any with consistently good WiFi. So much depends on where you happen to be within the motel facilities. They are pretty spread out and none have sufficient repeaters or access points. I'll give you what I can remember offhand.

    Via is really spotty. Villa Dorada tended to be better in the rooms closer to the road. I'm not sure I ever got a consistent signal at La Mansion. Motel Otay was above average. Motel Ensueno is spotty, but if you do get a signal it's relatively decent. I don't have many problems at Motel Tijuana. Motel Parador is hit and miss, but mostly hits. I can't remember the quality at M-20 or Luxor. Didn't try to use it at Marbella. I'm not sure I'd depend on any of them for streaming music. When I want to stream music in a motel sometimes I can, but other times I have to use my Verizon data. The TV has a few music channels, but they run to Banda and Spanish Pop. As everything else in Mexico, YMMV.

  4. #2398
    Quote Originally Posted by JH1001  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    I'm glad you asked!

    My reasons for focusing solely on love motels, at least for this conversation, were as follows:

    1. I'm just not anywhere near as familiar with the vast majority of love motels (or anything else, for that matter) compared to most of you guys. And there are a shit-ton of love motels in Tijuana. As you guys have seen, I definitely try to share the little bit of info that I have, however, I find that when I RTFF or just shut up & listen to those of you with much more experience, I come away with a lot.

    2. Don't get me wrong, Pueblo Amigo is great. However, the price tag is 2-3 X that of a love motel, at least for the type of room I get.

    At Pueblo Amigo, if I plan ahead & book well enough in advance, I get a Junior Suite for a little over $100, when all is said & done through hotels. Com. (I generally only do long citas with 2-3 chicas at a time, so I like to have a sofa in the room, coffee table, etc, etc, so that everyone is comfortable & a certain type of relaxed atmosphere is created. Stupid? Probably. But hey, I've been called worse.).

    At a love motel, if doing an overnight trio, I can get a room with most of that stuff, plus really cheap bar / food items for around $60-$70, including the cost of the additional chica (usually like $15-20 or so, right? If entertaining 3 chicas or 4 chicas, then it's a wash or possibly even cheaper to stay at Pueblo Amigo..
    I'm no guru on love motels but the ones I've tried in Tijuana have had crappy Wi-Fi. I usually stay at a more traditional hotel like Ticuan and can get a room there with two beds for around $65 a night on any of the online travel sites. Bed 1 is for sexo and bed 2 is for sleeping. The chicas laugh when I tell them that in response to their question why I booked a room with two beds. The rate also includes juice, coffee and a cooked to order breakfast. Escorts seem to enjoy Ticuan, but more importantly for your purposes, the Wi-Fi is excellent.

  5. #2397

    On tonight's "In Focus": Love Motels of Tijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by LuvMexicanas  [View Original Post]
    Is there a reason why you're focusing solely on love motels? Does a chica friendly motel / hotel not meet your needs?
    Hi,

    I'm glad you asked!

    My reasons for focusing solely on love motels, at least for this conversation, were as follows:

    1. I'm just not anywhere near as familiar with the vast majority of love motels (or anything else, for that matter) compared to most of you guys. And there are a shit-ton of love motels in Tijuana. As you guys have seen, I definitely try to share the little bit of info that I have, however, I find that when I RTFF or just shut up & listen to those of you with much more experience, I come away with a lot.

    2. Don't get me wrong, Pueblo Amigo is great. However, the price tag is 2-3 X that of a love motel, at least for the type of room I get.

    At Pueblo Amigo, if I plan ahead & book well enough in advance, I get a Junior Suite for a little over $100, when all is said & done through hotels. Com. (I generally only do long citas with 2-3 chicas at a time, so I like to have a sofa in the room, coffee table, etc, etc, so that everyone is comfortable & a certain type of relaxed atmosphere is created. Stupid? Probably. But hey, I've been called worse.).

    At a love motel, if doing an overnight trio, I can get a room with most of that stuff, plus really cheap bar / food items for around $60-$70, including the cost of the additional chica (usually like $15-20 or so, right? If entertaining 3 chicas or 4 chicas, then it's a wash or possibly even cheaper to stay at Pueblo Amigo.

    3. Checking in to some of the regular hotels, even on a weekday, can take a long-ass time, especially if they're short staffed, or there are several guests ahead of you. (You ever watch the clock tick away for 30 min at La Villa de Zaragoza while the one guy with molasses in his veins checks in the people in front of you?) Love motels, not so much. It's: copy of ID, payment & boom, you're in (unless it's a Friday or Saturday with a huge line of cars waiting to get in. Then all bets are off).

    4. Most regular hotels have a check-in time of 3 PM. While I've luckily never had an issue if I decide to show up earlier in the day, I've read that that some guys have. At a love motel, unless there's a line, I've found that they almost always have a room available for you.

    5. I figured many of us have some down time at the moment. May be a good time to compare notes?

    And there you have it!

    So, LuvMexicanas, you've been kind enough to help me several times in the past. Any fave love motels? And most importantly, how is their goddamn wi-fi?!

    As always, thanks very much.

    JH.

  6. #2396

    Wi-fi at Via?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Yes, Via is another good choice.
    Thanks, Phorphan.

    I know it sounds like I'm obsessed with it. How is the wi-fi there?

    I constantly stream music, so I'm always looking for places with easy wi-fi connection & good streaming capability.

    Thanks!

    JH.

  7. #2395
    Premier has the best and maybe only WiFi that actually works. I used to put my phone on airplane mode and never had a problem with a signal there. M20 had the most modern room that I've seen. It reminded me of a decent Vegas room but the location is further from the border. Mansion is the quickest ride from the border. I used to like it because you didn't have to worry about too long of a cab ride. But I'm not sure it's the safest because it's more wide open and they don't even call you to confirm your guest. I wouldn't look too closely at the sheets at any of these places.

  8. #2394
    Quote Originally Posted by JH1001  [View Original Post]
    Alright gents, since we're discussing love motels, does anyone have any faves? Any in the "no fuckin' way" category? What was good / bad? Cleanliness? Service? Availability? Safety? Menu? Etc, etc.

    Phordphan mentioned the jacuzzi flooding the bathroom at Premier. That'll fuck up your night for sure.

    And just because it's high on my agenda when choosing a hotel, I'll selfishly ask if anyone has ever actually had a *good* experience connecting to wi-fi at a love motel? If so, which one? In my experience, wi-fi at most love motels is pretty abysmal.

    For me, La Mansion has better service than Premier & I think the rooms are set-up more nicely. However, I've had chicas complain about the floor being dirty at La Mansion.

    Like Jinx said, Premier does have some really cool theme rooms. But I've also had chicas say they don't like going there because it's not safe.

    I've also heard good things about Via & I've heard good things about M20. But I've never been to either..
    Is there a reason why you're focusing solely on love motels? Does a chica friendly motel / hotel not meet your needs?

  9. #2393
    Quote Originally Posted by Jinxx  [View Original Post]
    During the week Motel Via is 500 mxn for 12 hours, with no 4 hour option. Weekends it's 500 mxn for 4 hours, don't know about price or option for 12 hours. Speaking of the basic rooms I'd pick Motel Via over La Mansion and Premier as it's nicer and more modern looking imo. I haven't used the big baller rooms yet so I can't comment on that, but Premier has some pretty fancy options if you don't mind splurging a bit. I think one room is fashioned like an ancient Egyptian palace with a pool all decked out, going for like 4000 mxn for 4 hours, something like that I don't remember exactly.
    Yes, Via is another good choice.

  10. #2392

    Favorite "love motels"

    Alright gents, since we're discussing love motels, does anyone have any faves? Any in the "no fuckin' way" category? What was good / bad? Cleanliness? Service? Availability? Safety? Menu? Etc, etc.

    Phordphan mentioned the jacuzzi flooding the bathroom at Premier. That'll fuck up your night for sure.

    And just because it's high on my agenda when choosing a hotel, I'll selfishly ask if anyone has ever actually had a *good* experience connecting to wi-fi at a love motel? If so, which one? In my experience, wi-fi at most love motels is pretty abysmal.

    For me, La Mansion has better service than Premier & I think the rooms are set-up more nicely. However, I've had chicas complain about the floor being dirty at La Mansion.

    Like Jinx said, Premier does have some really cool theme rooms. But I've also had chicas say they don't like going there because it's not safe.

    I've also heard good things about Via & I've heard good things about M20. But I've never been to either.

    For love motels, my top experience so far is Marche, however, that's in Mexicali. I really like that place. For Tijuana, I now usually stay at Pueblo Amigo. However, if someone has a tip on a good love motel in Tijuana, I might switch it up.

    The floor is yours, gentleman.

    JH.

  11. #2391

    Motel Via

    During the week Motel Via is 500 mxn for 12 hours, with no 4 hour option. Weekends it's 500 mxn for 4 hours, don't know about price or option for 12 hours. Speaking of the basic rooms I'd pick Motel Via over La Mansion and Premier as it's nicer and more modern looking imo. I haven't used the big baller rooms yet so I can't comment on that, but Premier has some pretty fancy options if you don't mind splurging a bit. I think one room is fashioned like an ancient Egyptian palace with a pool all decked out, going for like 4000 mxn for 4 hours, something like that I don't remember exactly.

  12. #2390
    Quote Originally Posted by DeepXliv  [View Original Post]
    Do you know if this applies to Premier or Mansion?
    La Mansion *used* to allow overnight during the week. However, I *think* they recently changed their policy, and now all rentals are in 4 hour increments. Somebody else here may have more current information, as I haven't been to Mansion for several months. I think it's poor value.

    I refuse to use that deferred maintenance nightmare called Premier ever again after the last disaster I had with the jacuzzi that flooded the bathroom. So, I have no idea their policy and I will probably never find out.

  13. #2389

    Overnight at La Mansion & Premier

    Quote Originally Posted by DeepXliv  [View Original Post]
    Do you know if this applies to Premier or Mansion?
    Hi,

    I've stayed overnight at both La Mansion & Premier. In fact, if I recall correctly, (possibly not, because my memory sucks ass), I crashed the whole night at Premier on a Friday. I don't know how the fuck that happened. Maybe it was slow that night.

    Anyway, just ask. Weeknights it is usually available. Weekends it is worth checking with reception just to see.

    JH.

  14. #2388
    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Many of the motels have a single rate, which is a 4-hour rate on weekends, and an all-night rate on weekdays. Others will have 2 rates posted, a 4-hour rate and an all-night rate. El Parador and Motel Tijuana, for two examples, represent the former. Motel Otay and Villa Dorada are two examples representing the latter.
    Do you know if this applies to Premier or Mansion?

  15. #2387
    Quote Originally Posted by DeepXliv  [View Original Post]
    How do you go about crashing all night.
    Many of the motels have a single rate, which is a 4-hour rate on weekends, and an all-night rate on weekdays. Others will have 2 rates posted, a 4-hour rate and an all-night rate. El Parador and Motel Tijuana, for two examples, represent the former. Motel Otay and Villa Dorada are two examples representing the latter.

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