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The Worst Hotel in Thailand for P-A Members?


Evil Penevil

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Board members sometimes get upset over joiners' fees at hotels.  The Atlanta hotel in Bangkok is a lot worse.

 

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Here is their caveat:

"Caveat

The Atlanta is run on conservative principles and fosters traditional values. 
 
The Atlanta does not hesitate to refuse rooms to  persons unsuited to the prevailing ethos of The Atlanta – even if they have a confirmed reservation.
 
 
1/  The Atlanta does not welcome SEX TOURISTS, and does not try to be polite about it. 
 
Borderline cases are not given the benefit of the doubt, but are treated as sex tourists. 
 
Those who are borderline cases should stay elsewhere. 
 
Guests who attempt to bring in bargirls, catamites and their like will be told in plain language to settle their bills and leave. 
 
Remaining on the premises after being told to leave will be treated as a police matter. 
 
The Atlanta does not ask for or listen to explanations or excuses, and does not apologise for the manner in which miscreants are thrown out. 
 
The Atlanta also does not apologise for any mistakes it may be accused of having made with regard to the identification of sex tourists. 
 
To keep The Atlanta private, secure, wholesome and sleaze-free for the kind of guests we welcome, room guests are not permitted to take visitors / outsiders upstairs into the building and their rooms, or into the garden and pool area. 
 
Exceptions may be made in appropriate circumstances at the management's discretion.  Suitable visitors / outsiders may be entertained in the restaurant. 
 
 
2/  The Atlanta operates a  "ZERO TOLERANCE " policy regarding TROUBLE-MAKERS, POSSESSORS  AND  USERS  OF  ILLICIT DRUGS  and ALL   OTHER  ILLEGAL  AND   NEFARIOUS   ACTIVITIES
 
3/  The Atlanta also does  NOT  WELCOME UNDOMESTICATED  PEOPLE – the sort of people whose conduct and appearance give tourists in general and their compatriots in particular a bad name.   When The Atlanta states 'NOT WELCOME', The Atlanta means it. There will be no politeness about it. 
 
 
4/  The Atlanta welcomes FAMILIES and prides itself on its child-friendly staff, but families are welcome only if CHILDREN are KEPT UNDER  REASONABLE CONTROL.  
 
The Atlanta is not a playground for children: children must not be allowed to disturb other guests.  Families that do not keep their children under control will be told to settle their bill and leave in no uncertain manner.
 
 
5/  The Atlanta particularly welcome guests who like PETS and ANIMALS.
 
The Atlanta is home to many rescued cats, terrapins and one dog, all of which are well cared for.  The garden of The Atlanta is also home to many squirrels, birds, etc.  However, guests are not allowed to bring in pets or other rescued animals.  The Atlanta already has too many rescued animals on the premises.
 
 
Visitors  who  object  to  any  of  The  Atlanta's  policies  or  who  intend  to   spend  their  time  in  Thailand  whoring,  behaving  badly,  indulging  in  alcohol  abuse  and   illicit  drugs  should  stay  elsewhere.  The  Atlanta  is  not  that  kind  of  place. 
 
Tourism  is  not  about  going  on  a  rampage  through  other  people's  country:  those  who  cannot  travel  abroad  without  behaving  badly  should  stay  home. 
 
On  these  policies,  The  Atlanta  is  not  interested  in  dissenting  public  opinion  or  what  the  business  world  calls  'customer  feedback'. 
 
The  Atlanta  caters  to   a  certain  kind  of   clientele  and  that  is  the  end  of  the  matter. 
 
No  discussion.   No  compromise. "
 
Any of you want to book a room there?   :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
 
Evil

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Geez ... there goes my bucketlist item #36 .... 'stay the night in a sanctuary for many rescued cats, terrapins and one dog'.

Anyone know where I can find a goat in lower Suk at short notice?

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2 hours ago, striderman said:

i had to google catamite, i wish i had not

And to spare anyone else googling it here's a definition... 

In its ancient usage a catamite (Latin catamitus) was a pubescent boy who was the intimate companion of a young man in ancient Greece and Rome, usually in a pederastic relationship. It was usually a term of affection and literally means "Ganymede" in Latin.

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3 hours ago, ex-pat said:

I wonder what the clientele is like there. Assuming they have any....

well it has been going an extremely long time

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Wish more hotels would have this policy on children, these days most children set their own rules.

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I'll have to stop by there with a couple of bargirls and see if they have a room :)

 

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7 hours ago, ex-pat said:

I wonder what the clientele is like there. Assuming they have any....

I wonder about that, too.  I believe that 20 to 30 years ago,  a fair number of people who stayed there agreed with the Atlanta's "ideological" stance on issues like sex tourism and the ecology.  However, even back then, the place was very outdated and run down.  The rooms didn't have TV or radio; the building didn't have an elevator and some of the rooms lacked A/C.

Today it's even worse. Twenty more years of wear and tear on facilities that are never updated or improved. There's no WiFi for the guests' use.  The place has gone from quaint and eccentric to a dump.  I can't imagine anyone choosing to stay at the Atlanta for any other reason than dire economic necessity.

Evil

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4 hours ago, Evil Penevil said:

I wonder about that, too.  I believe that 20 to 30 years ago,  a fair number of people who stayed there agreed with the Atlanta's "ideological" stance on issues like sex tourism and the ecology.  However, even back then, the place was very outdated and run down.  The rooms didn't have TV or radio; the building didn't have an elevator and some of the rooms lacked A/C.

Today it's even worse. Twenty more years of wear and tear on facilities that are never updated or improved. There's no WiFi for the guests' use.  The place has gone from quaint and eccentric to a dump.  I can't imagine anyone choosing to stay at the Atlanta for any other reason than dire economic necessity.

Evil

...dire economic necessity or a penchant for catamites 5555

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I stayed at a very nice, new boutique hotel across the street a few years ago. When I saw the sign in front of this place I just assumed there are enough non-sex tourists to Thailand to keep them in business.

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21 hours ago, gazman said:

I think that Atlanta can fck right off!

calling general Sherman

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On 9/7/2017 at 17:09, Queef_Sniffer said:

:LMAO1:

Looks like liberal Democrats from the U.S., are now infiltrating the Far East. 

555 I was thinking the same thing....social justice warriors would love staying there. The place also sounds like an animal shelter overrun with soi dogs and feral cats based on their policy. 

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  • 1 year later...

Guys, stay on topic and do not engage in political comment please. Some posts removed.

Every absurdity has a champion to defend it

Sex is a bit like oxygen, unimportant until you are not getting enough!

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