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Luv2Phuket

Probably grasping at straws here, but has anyone stayed at the St. Regis in Bangkok?

I'm trying to determine whether it is "guest friendly."

Searches on PA and BA proved fruitless (a BM asked the same question on BA last year and never got an answer).  A website that claimed to list GF hotels in Bangkok proved pretty useless, as it just highlighted a handful of hotels, while leaving out others that I know to be GF (like the Grand Hyatt, which is very close to the St Regis). 

I just read a review of the St Regis on PointsGuy and was thinking it may be a good "value" for cashing out a Marriott free night certificate and some points for my February stay (rooms going for $300+ USD when I would be there)

 

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petehoax

can't help you specifically, sorry. but did you ask the hotel? i'd be surprised if you don't get an answer in under 12 hours. 
i assume it shouldn't be a problem to bring a guest as long as you don't draw any special attention to yourself. but again, that's just my guess, i have absolutely no info. if you find it out, please post it here, interested to know. 

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kirali1

Send them an Email and to the point. 

"I want to book your hotel. Do you allow ladies to the room." They will tell you yes or no.

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deano4598
2 minutes ago, kirali1 said:

Send them an Email and to the point. 

"I want to book your hotel. Do you allow ladies to the room." They will tell you yes or no.

They may answer "Yes" to that question but "Girl Friendly" means the hotel does not charge a fee for a "guest" so the answer is useless as they may still charge a fee.

Better to ask "Do you charge a joiner fee for bringing a lady to the room".

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e11bkk

Had a lot of friends stay there - they've never had issues with bringing girls back or charged a fee. Although they did not make them stop at the reception to ID lol.

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Luv2Phuket

Thanks for the suggestions!

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WalterA
4 hours ago, Luv2Phuket said:

Probably grasping at straws here, but has anyone stayed at the St. Regis in Bangkok?

I'm trying to determine whether it is "guest friendly."

Searches on PA and BA proved fruitless (a BM asked the same question on BA last year and never got an answer).  A website that claimed to list GF hotels in Bangkok proved pretty useless, as it just highlighted a handful of hotels, while leaving out others that I know to be GF (like the Grand Hyatt, which is very close to the St Regis). 

I just read a review of the St Regis on PointsGuy and was thinking it may be a good "value" for cashing out a Marriott free night certificate and some points for my February stay (rooms going for $300+ USD when I would be there)

 

Why don’t you just ring them and ask them ... maybe ask for an English speaking manager as the regular counter over the desk often don’t know shit ..... 

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WalterA
4 hours ago, Luv2Phuket said:

Probably grasping at straws here, but has anyone stayed at the St. Regis in Bangkok?

I'm trying to determine whether it is "guest friendly."

Searches on PA and BA proved fruitless (a BM asked the same question on BA last year and never got an answer).  A website that claimed to list GF hotels in Bangkok proved pretty useless, as it just highlighted a handful of hotels, while leaving out others that I know to be GF (like the Grand Hyatt, which is very close to the St Regis). 

I just read a review of the St Regis on PointsGuy and was thinking it may be a good "value" for cashing out a Marriott free night certificate and some points for my February stay (rooms going for $300+ USD when I would be there)

 

Unless she is an obvious looking hooker .... I don’t think they’d risk saying anything anyhow ... she could be your wife, GF, buddy ...

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tangotango

STR Bkk is my go to in BKK. 

Lobby when checking in is on 12th floor. 

The night staff manning the front doors normally leave around midnight. You can bypass the front door by taking the BTS and accessing the first bank of elevators and switching at the 12th lobby.

Its about a 15 step walk to switch lifts. Room lifts face the check in staff.

they don’t charge for joiners if you are discreet. I’ve even brought multiple girls back.

the only problem is them leaving next morning, they stand out in their bar clothes.

ive seen high end classy hiso escorts with Korean and jap execs. Fit in no problems 

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mmaaarrrkkk
3 hours ago, tangotango said:

 

Its about a 15 step walk to switch lifts.

 

15? That's it , St Regis is off my list

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tangotango
5 minutes ago, mmaaarrrkkk said:

15? That's it , St Regis is off my list

That 15 steps is the make or break for up charge for bringing 2-3 girls :P

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OldAsiaHand
6 hours ago, WalterA said:

Unless she is an obvious looking hooker .... I don’t think they’d risk saying anything anyhow ... she could be your wife, GF, buddy ...

I had a friend who was a GM of a five-star hotel in Bangkok for years and he always said this was exactly where they drew the line. As long as you're not doing anything to call attention to yourself  in a way that would annoy or embarrass other guests, they would leave their guests strictly alone. They wanted to avoid incidents, not be the cause of them.

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Spursman

Hey Dude,

I see you like your luxury hotels and why not once you are accustomed to a certain standard!

While your Marriott certficate will get you over $300 of room at St Regis, not sure how you will be regarded for bring back a working girl. True five star hotels like the St Regis are very good at discreetly getting to know their guest's habits, preferences and activities! Do you plan on staying more than one night?

My advice would be to use the certficate at the JW on Suk soi 2. Great rooms, great f&b and completely girl friendly. Bonvoy members rate for additional nights would be in the region of 4000b - great value, especially if your status gets you an exec level room.

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FarangKiNok
15 hours ago, Luv2Phuket said:

Probably grasping at straws here, but has anyone stayed at the St. Regis in Bangkok?

I'm trying to determine whether it is "guest friendly."

Searches on PA and BA proved fruitless (a BM asked the same question on BA last year and never got an answer).  A website that claimed to list GF hotels in Bangkok proved pretty useless, as it just highlighted a handful of hotels, while leaving out others that I know to be GF (like the Grand Hyatt, which is very close to the St Regis). 

I just read a review of the St Regis on PointsGuy and was thinking it may be a good "value" for cashing out a Marriott free night certificate and some points for my February stay (rooms going for $300+ USD when I would be there)

 

I have stayed there many times. I like this hotel. Good food, nice rooms, great pool and an elegant bar on the 12th floor. I have seen Hi So freelancers there but never did I partake. This hotel is girl friendly, no problem bringing back TGs half your age with heavy makeup and high heels.  No extra charge. Just dress nice and don’t bring back a screaming drunk TG. They like to be discreet there.

Main door / portal leads you into the lobby with a 24/7 guarded receptionist stand on each side. Just nod when you enter and you will have a straight shot to the elevators. A few seconds later and you will enjoy wet Thai pussy in the comfort of your own hotel room. The lobby is fairly quiet after midnight.

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Luv2Phuket

Thanks for the input, guys!  

I tend not to roll in with "hooker-looking" girls (555), so I'm not all that concerned.

I REALLY like upscale hotels, so I decided to use an annual free night cert + Marriott points for 3 nights at the St. Regis in February.

Frankly, I was torn between the St. Regis and the Sheraton (which looks great and is in GREAT location), but went for the St Regis for this trip.  It looks like it is very close to (one building down) the Grand Hyatt, and I have stayed there many times and like Central World, etc.

Given it's proximity to the BTS, it looks like its not THAT hard to get to Nana or Cowboy, and it's close  to Patpong. 

I'm pretty sure  that I went to Patpong on one of my very first trips to Bangkok, but I  haven't been back (many would say "for good reason" 555), so I have been wanting to check it out again.  This should give me a chance.

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tangotango
Posted (edited)

3 buildings down.

GH Erawan - WALDORF - Anantara - STR Bkk

It's connected to the BTS. I actually shifted my 2 night stay to JW next month. As I want to be next to Nana before an early departure to airport 

Edited by tangotango

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applysmith

Its is guest friendly. I never have a issue with them.

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