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  1. #1446

    Ya right.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pokeris  [View Original Post]
    Devera hotel has smoking rooms and non smoking rooms. At non smoking rooms if you smoke you can get 1000 pesos penalty if I remember good.
    To Pokerkis.

    Even they said is non smoking room is still smell like smoke, I stay at Devera many time a lot of Korean stay there they all smoke or the visitor smoke, last time I told them I want a non smoking room they just send a maid to spray the room down.

    Fast Eddie 48.

  2. #1445
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Is there any truly non smoking rooms in any of the hotels. I have stayed in many Hi end and low end hotels but none of them have true non smoking rooms. Yes, they try to vacuum, clean, spray to mask the smoke smell but never works.
    The only guarantee is if the whole place is non smoking. Red Planet is a dedicated non smoking hotel. Rooms are small but it suits me just fine. I have stayed at Penthouse and for truly non smoking rooms.

    Generally if the hotel website says they have "smoking areas" then I have found the hotel be be non smoking.

  3. #1444
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Is there any truly non smoking rooms in any of the hotels. I have stayed in many Hi end and low end hotels but none of them have true non smoking rooms. Yes, they try to vacuum, clean, spray to mask the smoke smell but never works.
    Devera hotel has smoking rooms and non smoking rooms. At non smoking rooms if you smoke you can get 1000 pesos penalty if I remember good.

  4. #1443
    Quote Originally Posted by Blanquiceleste  [View Original Post]
    IMHO the non-smoking rooms at Lewis Grand are exactly as they advertise. But they allow you to smoke in the balcony.
    The same is true with non-smoking rooms at the ABC.

    GE.

  5. #1442
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Is there any truly non smoking rooms in any of the hotels. I have stayed in many Hi end and low end hotels but none of them have true non smoking rooms. Yes, they try to vacuum, clean, spray to mask the smoke smell but never works.
    IMHO the non-smoking rooms at Lewis Grand are exactly as they advertise. But they allow you to smoke in the balcony.

  6. #1441
    Is there any truly non smoking rooms in any of the hotels. I have stayed in many Hi end and low end hotels but none of them have true non smoking rooms. Yes, they try to vacuum, clean, spray to mask the smoke smell but never works.

  7. #1440
    Quote Originally Posted by ChochaMonger  [View Original Post]
    Don't worry too much about the Filipino neighbors, as there is nothing you can do to scandalize them. They have seen it all, and probably done it all too.
    That is so funny. Actually there is usually a group of three young 20 ish girls sitting on the road near one of my airbnb. We usually chitchat and they laugh about my gfs. As it turns out the three girls are dancers in a bar.

  8. #1439
    Quote Originally Posted by PinaLove  [View Original Post]
    I've tried a few different AirBNB in Angeles. They are generally family apartments in apartment complexes. Neighbours are less forgiving and more mosey.

    It's more likely you will be walking past the same people as you escort girls, No 1, No 2, No 3 past each morning and night.

    If you are here for 1-2 weeks then I suggest a hotel. They just have the extra level of assistance, concierge etc that you might need.

    It has happened twice here my AirBNB host has wanted to change dates at the last minute. Of course not realizing it costs $$ to dates of travel.

    Filipino AirBNB hosts aim to provide the minimum viable product. (I have dealt with 5 different hosts).

    Enjoy your stay.
    Don't worry too much about the Filipino neighbors, as there is nothing you can do to scandalize them. They have seen it all, and probably done it all too. If you are a foreigner in Angeles City, they know you are there for the cheap sex. The locals do not have to see you parading tarts to your Airbnb lair for daily roots. More likely than not, one of them will see you somewhere with one of your purchases, and word will get back to the apartment complexes anyway. Just give the old women peeking at you from their doorways a sly monger smile and a wink.

    On the other hand, some mongers need the extra services of a security guard because they have trouble telling the difference between real girls and lady-boys without actually seeing a sausage and two potatoes. Those fellas are better off with a regular hotel service, as help is only a phone call away in the event that they discover their rental girlfriend is packing a rod and tackle, and 'she' refuses to leave without one or both parties dropping a load.

  9. #1438
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    I met my cum bucket outside the hotel. I sheltered from the drizzle in a sari sari just outside the gate but had observed the heavy monger traffic. She arrived on a trike, we entered together and got a 3 hour room just behind reception on the ground floor. The room was nice, en suite, towels etc. It looked fine for a longer tay. There are plenty other st hotels nearer the strip. You lady will know them all.

    I was going to take two mince pies for a cum shower at the back of Walking Street but I didn't trust the way they sided up to my pockets. Short time hotels are good as they give the 4 excuse to break off engagements and send them on their way with a bat on the bum and some chump change.

    Hilltop Hotel is on a grotty uncobbled side street. The only one who wil see you are the security guard and the cashier, who have sween it all before. I got my hoa to phone up when we were leaving (required) and gave her 500 to pay, with her keeping the change. ; She treated herself to a jeepney back to her base. I walked back to mine, a necessary bodily function completed.
    Thanks for the other experiences about the Hilltop hotel. I do know there are people that stay at Hill Top for extended days BUT it's primarily a short time hotel in my view. An extended stay will mean you are seeing a daily parade of short time visitors. PM also points out the back street location which means less support options IE foods, vendors, restaurants etc. It is easy to get trikes.

    In my view.

    Hill Top. Cost effective for short time.

    Hill Top. For longer stays better value can be had elsewhere.

  10. #1437

    HillTop Hotel Bonk.

    Quote Originally Posted by PinaLove  [View Original Post]
    The Hill Top has reasonable rooms and good prices. It's a drive in arrangement. Arrive my grab or trike and they direct you to the garage under your room. Room has tooth brushes and reasonable towels. Hot water. TV porn.
    I met my cum bucket outside the hotel. I sheltered from the drizzle in a sari sari just outside the gate but had observed the heavy monger traffic. She arrived on a trike, we entered together and got a 3 hour room just behind reception on the ground floor. The room was nice, en suite, towels etc. It looked fine for a longer tay. There are plenty other st hotels nearer the strip. You lady will know them all.

    I was going to take two mince pies for a cum shower at the back of Walking Street but I didn't trust the way they sided up to my pockets. Short time hotels are good as they give the 4 excuse to break off engagements and send them on their way with a bat on the bum and some chump change.

    Hilltop Hotel is on a grotty uncobbled side street. The only one who wil see you are the security guard and the cashier, who have sween it all before. I got my hoa to phone up when we were leaving (required) and gave her 500 to pay, with her keeping the change. ; She treated herself to a jeepney back to her base. I walked back to mine, a necessary bodily function completed.

  11. #1436
    Thanks for the replies. I'll likely go the route of a recommended hotel just to keep things simple.

    Quote Originally Posted by PinaLove  [View Original Post]
    I've tried a few different AirBNB in Angeles. They are generally family apartments in apartment complexes. Neighbours are less forgiving and more mosey.

    It's more likely you will be walking past the same people as you escort girls, No 1, No 2, No 3 past each morning and night.

    If you are here for 1-2 weeks then I suggest a hotel. They just have the extra level of assistance, concierge etc that you might need.

    It has happened twice here my AirBNB host has wanted to change dates at the last minute. Of course not realizing it costs $$ to dates of travel.

    Filipino AirBNB hosts aim to provide the minimum viable product. (I have dealt with 5 different hosts).

    Enjoy your stay.

  12. #1435
    Quote Originally Posted by Dante702  [View Original Post]
    What are short time hotels like? Are there any without central lobbies that you have to pass through, like motels I guess? The recommended hotels are pretty nice, but also pretty vanilla. Are there any with large mirrors?
    The Hill Top has reasonable rooms and good prices. It's a drive in arrangement. Arrive my grab or trike and they direct you to the garage under your room. Room has tooth brushes and reasonable towels. Hot water. TV porn.

    I read somewhere about Flamingo: http://www.balibago.org/balibago_sho...ingo_Hotel.php.

    It is perhaps the dirtiest AC hotel I have been in. Cold bucket scoop shower. BUT they have great full length mirror which was your requirement.

    I THINK eurotel has mirrors above the bed but haven't tried them.

    I think pricing for 3 hours is P300-P500.

    If you have the time I would head out to Hill Top just behind Perimeter bars.

  13. #1434
    Quote Originally Posted by Mahaba  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone ever tried renting a house or apartment with AIRBNB or similar sites? I am toying with the idea of having a private crash pad with a pool, kitchen, etc. , for house parties, etc.

    Any thoughts or opinions are welcome.

    Thanks.
    I've tried a few different AirBNB in Angeles. They are generally family apartments in apartment complexes. Neighbours are less forgiving and more mosey.

    It's more likely you will be walking past the same people as you escort girls, No 1, No 2, No 3 past each morning and night.

    If you are here for 1-2 weeks then I suggest a hotel. They just have the extra level of assistance, concierge etc that you might need.

    It has happened twice here my AirBNB host has wanted to change dates at the last minute. Of course not realizing it costs $$ to dates of travel.

    Filipino AirBNB hosts aim to provide the minimum viable product. (I have dealt with 5 different hosts).

    Enjoy your stay.

  14. #1433
    Quote Originally Posted by Mahaba  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone ever tried renting a house or apartment with AIRBNB or similar sites? I am toying with the idea of having a private crash pad with a pool, kitchen, etc. , for house parties, etc.

    Any thoughts or opinions are welcome.

    Thanks.
    Never used them in AC but have in many places world wide. Usually you will get a furnished place, kitchen utensils etc for around half of a hotel. Monthly rates can be not much more than a normal 6 month lease sometimes. Watch out I have seen exact same places in same block at twice what other places go for.

    It is very common to see one of the rules no parties so if you had enough of a party going on that it was reported to the owner (host in airbnb speak) you could find yourself kicked out.

    Look around, take one short term to test it out and then if you want it longer term talk to the host directly and avoid Airbnb fees.

    You can always talk to a hotel about a longer term stay, they will sometimes give substantial discounts when they do not expect to be full every night.

  15. #1432

    Airbnb

    Has anyone ever tried renting a house or apartment with AIRBNB or similar sites? I am toying with the idea of having a private crash pad with a pool, kitchen, etc. , for house parties, etc.

    Any thoughts or opinions are welcome.

    Thanks.

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