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Any recommendations on places with soft comfortable beds?

 

Does anyone know if the following have soft beds?

 

-Hilton

- Siam Siam (I read it might but want to confirm)

- Baraquda

- Wave hotel

 

Thanks

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10 minutes ago, bouncewithme said:

Any recommendations on places with soft comfortable beds?

 

That's an oxymoron.

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19 hours ago, tobeornottobe said:

March hotel from what I hear 

I can confirm on behalf of both myself and a number of BGs that this is indeed the case.

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They were doing some kind of work at my condo building a few years ago that was going to cause the electricity to be turned off very early in the morning. I went and got a room at Cucumber Inn on Pattaya Tai and awoke the next morning to the immediate realization that I had just had the best night's sleep I had had in years.

Great bed, pitch black room, no noise, etc.

I don't know much at all about hotels in Pattaya, but I do know that if I ever need one again it will be Cucumber Inn.

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Baraquda great beds.  Stayed there about a month ago.   But really didnt enjoy the room layout..

IMO.  And ive stayed at a lot of hotels in Patts   best beds are at the Hard Rock.    They win easily...

Lower budget:   best bed March hotel

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Baraquda great beds.  Stayed there about a month ago.   But really didnt enjoy the room layout..
IMO.  And ive stayed at a lot of hotels in Patts   best beds are at the Hard Rock.    They win easily...
Lower budget:   best bed March Hotel


Is the hard rock guest friendly?
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Stayed at Honey Inn on 11.  Mattress hard as hell.  Asked front desk if they  had a more comfortable, soft bed.   Soon house keeping staff put a 3 " soft pad on the bed.  Exactly what I wanted.  Happy for the week.  1600bht with  breakfast.  Central location.  

I make it known if I don't like a bed.  They clearly were aware of the issue.  Had fix. 

 

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12 minutes ago, achmmc said:

Stayed at Honey Inn on 11.  Mattress hard as hell.  Asked front desk if they  had a more comfortable, soft bed.   Soon house keeping staff put a 3 " soft pad on the bed.  Exactly what I wanted.  Happy for the week.  1600bht with  breakfast.  Central location.  

I make it known if I don't like a bed.  They clearly were aware of the issue.  Had fix. 

 

A great fix.

An Asian style mattress is very hard, when I was at Sandy Springs hotel, far too hard for me, it was like sleeping on the floor. I think that is the same group as Page 10.

When renting an apartment in China the bed was rock hard, but a trip to Ikea and a 3" mattress top did the trick, comfy as.

I normally do walk-in's to hotels and the first thing I do is ask to see a room and check out the bed.

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On 22/08/2017 at 08:43, tobeornottobe said:

March hotel from what I hear 

Yep, softest I've slept on in Pattaya so far.

 

Cheers

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From your list I agree with others about Baraquda.

I haven't stayed since The Ozo come Premier Inn has now become The Travelodge, but the beds there are the best I've had in Thailand, can't imagine they would have changed them.

 

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On ‎20‎/‎06‎/‎2017 at 08:52, bouncewithme said:

Any recommendations on places with soft comfortable beds? //

3 hours ago, achmmc said:

// Asked front desk if they  had a more comfortable, soft bed.   //

Why do you guys associated "soft" to "comfortable" ?

A bed must be hard to be comfortable ! :Dunno:

And your back and bones will thank you :)

 

On ‎20‎/‎06‎/‎2017 at 09:04, roger buttmore said:

> soft comfortable beds?

That's an oxymoron.

Agree :)

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Maytara has great beds, highly recommended. Flipper house on the other hand has beds like a concrete slab, not good. 

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On 9/23/2017 at 19:01, Oukiva said:

Why do you guys associated "soft" to "comfortable" ?

A bed must be hard to be comfortable ! :Dunno:

And your back and bones will thank you :)

 

Agree :)

My reference is a memory foam mattress from a reputable manufacturer.  Support, with some give.  Happy back and bones.  We all have our preferences, in both woman and beds ;)

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