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Best guesthouse around 800bht/night?


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Looking for a guesthouse for my trip at the end of September around the 800 baht a night mark. My first choice is Chow Soy but the owner hasnt replied to my PM in three days now. So need a back up, any ideas?

 

Thanks 

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you can get a hotel for that sort of money that time of year im booked into flipper house hotel soi 7 pay for 5 stay 7 with breakfast  in swimming pool on roof massage shop in foyer walk out of hotel into pussy plaza can"t be bad

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Guesthouses and cheap hotels are much the same. Only some guesthouses have the host with personality that can change your stay

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Butchers arms on soi buakhao,three prices of rooms(as of last july)with the dearest being 800 baht,i  impressed all round with the place,the rooms are as good as some hotel rooms.

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Ruby Club Soi 6

the new Boomerang (theres a thread here somewhere)

lots around

La La Land Bar & Sky Bar Soi 6 Pattaya

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Looking for a guesthouse for my trip at the end of September around the 800 baht a night mark. My first choice is Chow Soy but the owner hasnt replied to my PM in three days now. So need a back up, any ideas?

 

Thanks 

 

Try the places on LK Metro or Canterbury Tales, across the street from Soi Chow.

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Try the places on LK Metro or Canterbury Tales, across the street from Soi Chow.

What about this room for 600 baht per night, longer term deals, more rooms on the website

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Hi hgg

 

The Devonshire Restaurant & Guest House. (Soi Lengkee)

Really well run and some excellent rooms and one of the most delicious restaurants attached.

See my FULL detailed review here:

http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/topic/125461-the-devonshire-restaurant-hotel-review/

 

The Clean Guest House (Soi Lengkee)

Great Guest House. I found it a really lovely private place to stay and good value.

See my FULL review here:

http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/topic/127495-clean-guest-house-soi-lenkee-review/

 

The Rock House (Soi LK Metro)

Right in the middle of the action on Soi LK Metro. The real highlight is the friendliest little bar in all Pattaya with Alex as your host. The Bar has just been refurbished so probably even better now and I am looking forward to dropping in soon to check it out.

See my FULL review here:

http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/topic/154831-the-rockhouse-soi-lk-metro-review/

 

The 3Som Guest House (Soi LK Metro)

Great place to stay not as freindly and inviting bar as The Rock House but good value and nice big rooms.

See my FULL review here:

http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/topic/125279-3-som-guest-house-soi-lk-metro-review/

 

Onyx Guest House (Soi Lengkee)

Just for fun a really low budget $450 baht a night Guest House just as an idea what this price tag includes. Look it is a little shabby and poorly run but the value is okay with AC / Wi-Fi incl / TV of sorts lol

See my FULL report here:

http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/topic/126425-onyx-guest-house-bar-soi-lenkee-review/

 

Hope it helps

 

Not sure if other Board Members will agree but I like to book,say 4 days then look about for better value when I am on the ground. Not a good idea in Peak Peak season but most of the year plenty of Guest Houses available and fun staying at all different places. Oh and if you get a place that is more like a dumpster you can leg it quickly lmao.

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Looking for a guesthouse for my trip at the end of September around the 800 baht a night mark. My first choice is Chow Soy but the owner hasnt replied to my PM in three days now. So need a back up, any ideas?

 

Thanks 

roumour going round in patts guest had money taken from safe while stay there few weeks back

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Looking for a guesthouse for my trip at the end of September around the 800 baht a night mark. My first choice is Chow Soy but the owner hasnt replied to my PM in three days now. So need a back up, any ideas?

 

Thanks

 

 

roumour going round in patts guest had money taken from safe while stay there few weeks back

 

Just stayed at Chow Soy for 16 nights at the end of May, it was my third stay there and never had any problems.

 

I once accidentally left my safe open during my first trip there. I closed the door but didn't turn the lock to the closed position. Again nothing happened.

 

Only thing that kinda worried me was that there were renovations going on downstairs during my last days and the aircon in the room was serviced (cleaning lady stayed in the room while they were doing this, got back to the room when they were finishing up). I am always weary of external personnel anywhere in the world. Again nothing happened.

 

As to the comments regarding the late replies to emails from Dave the owner, I can't say I have waited more than 48 hrs for a reply from him. Everything I have ever done with him has worked well and he is an understanding guy, which includes changing dates several times and exchanging emails regarding a possible cancellation due to illness my family.

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Just stayed at Chow Soy for 16 nights at the end of May, it was my third stay there and never had any problems.

 

I once accidentally left my safe open during my first trip there. I closed the door but didn't turn the lock to the closed position. Again nothing happened.

 

Only thing that kinda worried me was that there were renovations going on downstairs during my last days and the aircon in the room was serviced (cleaning lady stayed in the room while they were doing this, got back to the room when they were finishing up). I am always weary of external personnel anywhere in the world. Again nothing happened.

 

As to the comments regarding the late replies to emails from Dave the owner, I can't say I have waited more than 48 hrs for a reply from him. Everything I have ever done with him has worked well and he is an understanding guy, which includes changing dates several times and exchanging emails regarding a possible cancellation due to illness my family.

good points there hatcher , from wot i understand there was man do work on air con when guest

was there but he return later when work finish , then discover theft .

think manager/owner should investigate this .

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<br />Just stayed at Chow Soy for 16 nights at the end of May, it was my third stay there and never had any problems.<br /><br /><br />I once accidentally left my safe open during my first trip there. I closed the door but didn't turn the lock to the closed position. Again nothing happened.<br /><br /><br />Only thing that kinda worried me was that there were renovations going on downstairs during my last days and the aircon in the room was serviced (cleaning lady stayed in the room while they were doing this, got back to the room when they were finishing up). I am always weary of external personnel anywhere in the world. Again nothing happened.<br /><br /><br />As to the comments regarding the late replies to emails from Dave the owner, I can't say I have waited more than 48 hrs for a reply from him. Everything I have ever done with him has worked well and he is an understanding guy, which includes changing dates several times and exchanging emails regarding a possible cancellation due to illness my family.<br /><br /><br />good points there hatcher , from wot i understand there was man do work on air con when guest<br />was there but he return later when work finish , then discover theft .<br />think manager/owner should investigate this .

<br /><br />I really don't know the circumstances surrounding the alleged incident, and to be fair I am also not the owner or the police. If the cleaning lady or any other member of Dave's staff wasn't present when wanting to leave the room, I would have waited for the servicing to be completed. <br /><br />Although I don't know Dave that well (only see him two or three times in the span of a two week stay) I highly doubt that he wouldn't be concerned. <br /><br />At the end of the day what does the person affected want? I would have gone to the police and filed a report, not sure how much good that would do but it should be done. What do you expect the owner or staff to do other than the same?<br /><br />Theft can happen anywhere, you can just do the best to try and protect yourself, this is one of the reasons I opened a bank account in Pattaya. Still I have camera, phones, credit cards, passport etc. in the safe. For future I will get a milockie for piece of mind<br /><br />Link : http://www.milockie.com/<br /><br />Again your accusations are serious but still very vague, nevertheless it is extremely regrettable that such a situation has happened.<br /><br />Nonetheless, IMO I doubt there is a substantial lower risk staying elsewhere, if someone wants to steal something, they will. Sad but true fact.
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What about this room for 600 baht per night, longer term deals, more rooms on the website

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You are shameless Dave.  :GoldenSmile1:

 

Dave, across from Chow Soy, has good rooms.

 

 

To OP,

 

I'm surprised Dave at Chow Soy hasn't replied to you.  Shoot him another email.  His rooms are great.

Anyone who cannot cope with mathematics is not fully human. At best he is a tolerable sub-human who has learned to wear shoes, bathe, and not make messes in the house.

 

Robert Heinlein

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Have a look at the Barracuda Bar and Guesthouse on Naklua road www.barracudabar-pattaya.com     800 Baht per night, good clean rooms and a great bar downstairs. Rooms cleaned daily and even though second pic doesn't show it all beds now have quilts as shown in first pic, Two of our rooms also have 32ins flatscreen tvs, one if available has its own truevisions satalite. All our rooms now have blackout curtains, so no early morning sun in your eyes. Even if you choose to stay elsewhere still a great place to visit for a cold beer and a hot lady Check out the website for more details.

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This room for example at 600 per night, longer term deals

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you can get a hotel for that sort of money that time of year im booked into flipper house hotel soi 7 pay for 5 stay 7 with breakfast  in swimming pool on roof massage shop in foyer walk out of hotel into pussy plaza can"t be bad

Hi tigermick, i am looking to stay at Flipper Lodge, have you stayed there before?

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Thanks for all the replies, in the end the Chow Soy did have a room available :)

 

Appreciate all the suggestions though

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Thanks for all the replies, in the end the Chow Soy did have a room available :)

 

Appreciate all the suggestions though

Hi mate...good to hear Dave replied to you.

I'm in Patts until the 15th of Sept staying at Chow Soy also.

Hope to see you there.

My Youtube Channel about everything Thailand - TravInThailand


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Hi mate...good to hear Dave replied to you.

I'm in Patts until the 15th of Sept staying at Chow Soy also.

Hope to see you there.

 

I dont arrive until the 25th, so will miss you this time. Have a good trip. You must have a well paid job, you seem to spend more time in Thailand than Australia now :P 

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I dont arrive until the 25th, so will miss you this time. Have a good trip. You must have a well paid job, you seem to spend more time in Thailand than Australia now :P

 

Not that well paid.

I sold my car because I didn't need it so it funded a few trips.

There have been some really great flight sales in Australia of late and also I'm addicted. :)

It's a shame I'll miss you this time around.

I'm sure our paths will cross again in the future over there.

I still stop and chat to your girl at Carosel Bar when I see her there.

My Youtube Channel about everything Thailand - TravInThailand


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