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glenjean

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I will be staying at Tim's hotel in late March. I will be in a deluxe room. Can anyone who has stayed here reccommend what area of the hotel, What floor or What room to stay in or to ask for upon check-in?

 

I would like a quite area or quite floor of the hotel, a room with a view.

 

Thanks

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The question is to know if the new wing currently under construction will be ready in March.

 

I don't think you can get a very nice view from any of the rooms.

The best should be a room towards North.

 

And by the way, they have exactly this safe (in the "old" wing, at least) :

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Mate its an awesome hotel. Staff are friendly and there's nothing like sucking down a few cold ones in the arvo in the pool. Just need to get a decent price on the room. In low season May 2010 paid 1700baht. In peak season.... Dec / Jan 10/11 was 3500 baht so I stayed away. Did however wander past. Renovations are almost done. Looked like the majority of the new area already had punters in the rooms. As for views forget it. If you are after a view try Sandy Spring. Having said that Tim's is much better hotel.

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In peak season, December - January 2010-11 it was 3,500 baht so I stayed away.

The hotel's website doesn't list rate for the upcoming high season, so just for laughs I e-mailed to inquire about a three week stay in December of 2011 in one of their suites. The quote came back at a whopping 6,500 baht per night. The suites are nice, but no way are they worth 6,500 baht per night. I suppose you could defer booking for a few months hoping the rate would come down. But according to the web site they only have six suites. So you'd have to have a little luck.

 

Bunky

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It's a great hotel. But also wondering when the renovations will be finished.. Last time I stayed in October they started hammering at 8 in the morning, not the best way to wake up after night out.

Pattaya sweethearts...aren't prostitutes, they are entertainers.

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I'm staying in the jacuzzi suite from the 17th til the 20th feb. I'm a newbie to patts and I really don't care about the noise or the view. All that matters is that it is a clean, good service, joiner free, guest friendly hotel. And the location is decent I hope. I'm only coming to Thailand for a week. Straight to pattaya and back home to uk again. CRAZY!!! I KNOW!!!

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Is this place guest (or two) friendly? I’m heading to Pattaya for the first time around the end of March and I’m trying to decide between here or PBR. Any suggestions?

Bacon makes everything better!

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Yep its guest friendly, those I saw were treated very politely by staff. PBR is friendly too, not sure about the 'or two' but you'll see a lot of reviews for both hotels if you do a bit of a search on here :)

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PBR - isn't that a really shitty American beer favoured by so-called Hipsters? :GiveBeer1:

 

I'm also looking for a hotel in May at the beginning of the low season and am toying with the idea of choosing Tim's cause it looks really stylish and nice. However, I really can't stand noisy rooms, so I'm not sure if it's really an option due to the construction work... :ThumbDown1:

 

Prices via hrs.de seem okay, running at around BHT 2000 a night. However, if anyone has good alternatives, I'm game.

 

The things I am looking for are basically:

 

  • quiet
  • clean
  • no joiner fee
  • free or really cheap WiFi in room
  • no more than BHT 2000 a night - if cheaper, all the better!

 

I really don't care about stuff like how the breakfast is or whether or not i got a nice view, hell, i don't even need a balcony if the rest looks nice. Just has to seem like a nice place and fulfill the criteria mentiones above.

 

Oh, and sorry glenjean, didn't mean to hijack your thread, just felt we were kind of asking for similar things! :ThumbUp6:

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Hi

Yep its guest friendly and noisy friendly as well. :o

The new wing is still currently under construction.

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Hi

Yep its guest friendly and noisy friendly as well. :o

The new wing is still currently under construction.

 

Is there a special rate going on at the present?

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Is there a special rate going on at the present?

 

Hi,

 

I am currently staying in Tim Boutique.

 

There is no special rates even if it is very noisy during the day.

 

Price is actually 2300B/night, that's a bit too much i think.

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I like Tim , she has been in buisness since the early days of Pattaya and has always enjoyed a good reputation amongst her staff and customers. However when it comes to buisness she is no mug and will hike the prices accordingley.

Nice hotel if you can get it for B1500 -B2000, anything over this then it's not such a good deal because there's always something better on offer elsewhere,that is if you can be bothered looking.

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