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Dear Freinds,

 

I am going to Pattay on 28th June, 2011. I would like to get an advise on staying in Soi Baukhaw pros and cons. Searching the net I came accross Sutus Court hotel web site though there was no much info on the rooms sizes since they mentioned zones and prices. If any one knows about this hotel I would appreciate some info specilly if it is guest friendly.

 

Cheers, All

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Dear Freinds,

 

I am going to Pattay on 28th June, 2011. I would like to get an advise on staying in Soi Baukhaw pros and cons. Searching the net I came accross Sutus Court hotel web site though there was no much info on the rooms sizes since they mentioned zones and prices. If any one knows about this hotel I would appreciate some info specilly if it is guest friendly.

 

Cheers, All

 

A decent, reasonably priced hotel that is guest friendly with a pool.

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Dear Freinds,

 

I am going to Pattay on 28th June, 2011. I would like to get an advise on staying in Soi Baukhaw pros and cons. Searching the net I came accross Sutus Court hotel web site though there was no much info on the rooms sizes since they mentioned zones and prices. If any one knows about this hotel I would appreciate some info specilly if it is guest friendly.

 

Cheers, All

 

As this is my first post on this forum i am sorry it has to be a negative one, i have just returned from a 4 day stay at Sutus Court with my family (wife and 2 daughters) we checked in on the first day and asked for a safety deposit box which are situated at the reception desk only to be told they were out of use, as i had stayed at the hotel on 2 previous occasions without incident i decided to take the chance (first mistake) we went to the room and settled in before going out to eat, i had a reasonable amount of money with me and no safety deposit box which was a concern so i hid the money inside the lining at the bottom of our suitcase, all was well for the first 3 days we told the cleaning staff not to bother with the room as we would clean it ourselves to try and avoid any problems, we got clean towels everyday as we waited for the staff to do the rounds which was usually about 7.30-8am so was no inconvenience, we then went and did our own thing with regular checks on the money, all was well until the last day and the time came for us to check out we did our usual routine waited for the staff for our change of towels and then went to reception to pay for the late check out 6pm due to travel times, we decided to take the kids to the swimming pool to pass the afternoon until we were ready to leave but when we got back to the room clean towels had been left again, i thought this was strange so i checked my suitcase and sure enough $1200 and 10,000 baht had been taken from the bag, i went to reception to report the theft only to be told nobody had been in the room when i asked them to explain the clean towels i was told go to the police if you want to. As this would not be a worthwhile venture due to the fact that i could neither prove the money was there previously or that it had been stolen i decided to pack everything away and leave, the holiday was a real adventure for the kids but with what happened on the last day spoilt the complete trip for me and my wife the fact the hotel staff really didn't care just made it worse, i am not looking for sympathy but just want to let as many people know as i can that this hotel cannot be trusted, since i returned to Udon i have heard of 2 similar stories about this hotel. Iam sorry this has to be my first post but i just thought your members would appreciate the head up.

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my friend is staying there today,will call him and get more info,all hotels should have in room safes!!!!

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my friend is staying there today,will call him and get more info,all hotels should have in room safes!!!!

 

Soutus Court only has safety boxes at the reception desks.

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along soi langkee most the places only have safety deposit boxes in the fouyer and you have to supply your own lock, i never had a problem but i stopped staying around there too noisy. I am sorry to hear about what happend especially when we all save hard for our 4 weeks a year

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along soi langkee most the places only have safety deposit boxes in the fouyer and you have to supply your own lock, i never had a problem but i stopped staying around there too noisy. I am sorry to hear about what happend especially when we all save hard for our 4 weeks a year

 

a freind of mine stayed there last week and he said the same,all these newer hotels should have in-room safes(logical)!!!!

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As this is my first post on this forum i am sorry it has to be a negative one, i have just returned from a 4 day stay at Sutus Court with my family (wife and 2 daughters) we checked in on the first day and asked for a safety deposit box which are situated at the reception desk only to be told they were out of use, as i had stayed at the hotel on 2 previous occasions without incident i decided to take the chance (first mistake) we went to the room and settled in before going out to eat, i had a reasonable amount of money with me and no safety deposit box which was a concern so i hid the money inside the lining at the bottom of our suitcase, all was well for the first 3 days we told the cleaning staff not to bother with the room as we would clean it ourselves to try and avoid any problems, we got clean towels everyday as we waited for the staff to do the rounds which was usually about 7.30-8am so was no inconvenience, we then went and did our own thing with regular checks on the money, all was well until the last day and the time came for us to check out we did our usual routine waited for the staff for our change of towels and then went to reception to pay for the late check out 6pm due to travel times, we decided to take the kids to the swimming pool to pass the afternoon until we were ready to leave but when we got back to the room clean towels had been left again, i thought this was strange so i checked my suitcase and sure enough $1200 and 10,000 baht had been taken from the bag, i went to reception to report the theft only to be told nobody had been in the room when i asked them to explain the clean towels i was told go to the police if you want to. As this would not be a worthwhile venture due to the fact that i could neither prove the money was there previously or that it had been stolen i decided to pack everything away and leave, the holiday was a real adventure for the kids but with what happened on the last day spoilt the complete trip for me and my wife the fact the hotel staff really didn't care just made it worse, i am not looking for sympathy but just want to let as many people know as i can that this hotel cannot be trusted, since i returned to Udon i have heard of 2 similar stories about this hotel. Iam sorry this has to be my first post but i just thought your members would appreciate the head up.

 

 

Good post and I am sorry for your loss. I too have just returned from a stay at Sutus court. August 1 till August 7.

 

I have never had a problem with this place and have stayed there five times now. During my stay I saw numerous customers using the safety deposit boxes. I do not use them as I have an ATM card and use that so I do not have large amounts of cash either in my room or on my person!

 

And by the way several friends of mine have stayed at Sutus court this year without incident.

 

Once again sorry for your loss but I would suggest that we can all learn from this and not carry large amounts of cash with us and certainly not leave large amounts of cash in the room. Perhaps open a bank account and deposit our funds in there to ensure cash is not left in the room?

 

And as the OP has returned to Udon maybe he or his wife have a bank account already? Placing the funds there would have ensured this incident could not have happened.

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Im staying here now, and i have a few times in the past. Most recently ( before this time ) was 3 weeks ago.

 

I had taked 5 cards ( credit/debit) from my wallet ad left them by the t.v.... i took them out so my wallet wasnt so fat in my jeans pocket. anway i forgot about it and 2 days later i left for bangkok. i was in bangkok 2 days before i needed to get some money from the ATM, then before i even went to my wallet, the realisation hit me. I was horrified to say the least, i had about 80 baht and i thought for sure my cards were gone for good... how would i get money.. what would i do!!

 

So i immedietly went back to my hotel and got the number for sutus court. It was about 9am and i kept calling and it was all in thai ( speaking very quickly ) i thought it was an answering phoneand they hadnt started yet, i tried it 7 or 8 times and i was panicking, then i listened to the message czrefully and i heard it say 'nung' at some point.. so i pressed 1 and got trhough to reception.

 

I told them i had left my cards in a room a few days prior and before i even told them the room number they said... yes sir we have for you here... the releif was indescribable! anyway i asked them to hold onto them and i would collect in a week! Came back, they had them behing reception sealed in an envelope. i got them back and then booked in again!

 

Now there are many things they could have done with 3 credit and 2 debit cards, its not hard to get all the money out from them making large purchases,and you dont have to know the pin, however they didnt, they kept hold of them for me... anyway thats just a little story to show an ecample of the goodness in the people here, i appreciate the previous poster may have had a bad experience but mine have always been positive. They are very polite, curteous and helpful.

 

As for the rooms... they have 450, 550, 700, 900 i think this time i am in a 550 ( paying 520) in the old hotel, its decent size, oldish decoour but clean, however you cannot adjust aircon temp ( it is cold enough though )

Last time i stayed in the new building, the room was fractionally bigger and had a nice view over the new pool, it was 700 baht, however for the price difference the improvement was minimal, you could control the aircon and it hada slighlty better view but thats about it...

 

So all in all i would definately reccommend it!!

 

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P.S the safety deposit boxes are 'im operation' now they gave me a key when i signed in but i dont use them anyway!

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Sorry about the spelling and grammar in the above post it was rushed. I just read it over again myself and if i were reading that from someone else i would probably stop after the first paragraph!!

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As for the rooms... they have 450, 550, 700, 900 i think this time i am in a 550 ( paying 520) in the old hotel, its decent size, oldish decoour but clean, however you cannot adjust aircon temp ( it is cold enough though )

Last time i stayed in the new building, the room was fractionally bigger and had a nice view over the new pool, it was 700 baht, however for the price difference the improvement was minimal, you could control the aircon and it hada slighlty better view but thats about it...

 

So all in all i would definately reccommend it!!

 

 

Do you get daily sheet change and fresh towels included in the price? Thanks.

My Pattaya budget is perfectly adequate as long as I don't spend any of it

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Do you get daily sheet change and fresh towels included in the price? Thanks.

 

 

Yes, i am on the 4th floor they come to clean and deliver free towels every day at 1:30 - 2pm but i have been sleeping quite a few times hungover ( i know i should be up at that time ) and i have shouted mai ow krap and they shout OK and then i find a bag with towels hanging on the outside of my door, so they are very good in that sense ( one of the cleaning lady's is pretty sexy aswell! )

 

Also when u check in they will give you 6 bottles of water and 2 toilet rolls, i usually go to reception every 3 or so days and ask for some more and they give them for me everytime, i dont know if you could get this every day but you may be able to.

 

Oh and if you do decide to come here, ask about the room and wehn u decide which price room you want ask them nicely for a discount ( be sure to tell them you stay here before a couple of times ) and they will definately give you a discount.

 

Good luck and have fun!!

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Good luck and have fun!!

 

Cheers. My TGF suggested this place to me. I think it's in a great location. Enjoy!

My Pattaya budget is perfectly adequate as long as I don't spend any of it

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Old post i know but, this place has been my choice of htell over the past 6 or 7 trips, Agree the safe boxes down stairs is odd for the new section anyway, but then again its probably more ecure because as most would know there are way around the electronic safes in order to be able to open them if someone forgets their code or leaves it closed on check out and having been through this process a few times its not that difficult to do. At least down stairs there is someone there 24/7.

Personnaly I have never had a problem here, I have only ever stayed in the newer section and found it more than comfortable. Ussally get a discount on the 900 baht ( at least in Low) so good clean value in my opinion!

Also very quiet if on the top floors, a must for those Nana naps in the Arvo's.

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Stayed there last trip 2013 good hotel great location.If you book a room pay the extra money and get a room at the front of the building.I paid 900 baht a night.I slept in the back of the hotel near the pool, rooms poor quality but third of the price,bed sheets feel moldy,asked the receptionist to transfer me to zone 1 best thing i done,rooms are new and clean. 

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Hopefully zone 1 is Sutus Court 1 as I've booked 12 nights there for December. $400USD for 12 nights...not bad. Now if only time would speed up over the next 3 1/2 months!

 

Big Mike.

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I have stayed in Zone 4 for one month in January and May this year. Very clean and quiet.

The hotel has a pool and the largest jacuzzi I have seen.

Returning in September, so you can tell I like this hotel.

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Yeah, I've stayed in Sutus Court many times and never had any problems. There were always safe boxes available. Though I guess if I stay there again I'll be a bit more cautious.

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Sutus Court is for sure a cheap possibility to stay in Soi Buakao - if you want a swimming pool. In the cheaper rooms (Sutus Court 2 to 4) the aircons are horrible, and the rooms very dark. Otherwise you find plenty rooms in Soi Lengkee, which are more modern..

 

If you like to take Freelancers in your room you should be careful: Sutus Court 2 to 4 is a kind of "open hotel": Everyone can access the floors to the rooms in Sutus Court 2 to 4, without ANY control!

 

Some years ago in a short time 2 people got killed in Sutus Court.

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I've stayed there a few times and had no problems. great value for the price (esp. with the swimming pool).

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