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Does anyone know if it is guest friendly or not and if so is the location convenient as it looks a little out of the way on google maps? Rather than getting second hand indo here, I would send them an and ask. If the answer is to your liking, print the response and bring it. Hilton is GF according to this valuable source:. It is girl friendly. Do a search here and you will see s of reviews about it.
Here is one example:. Had 2 girls a couple of times and wasn't charged then either. They take ID and it's a bit of pain in the ass to get it back have to go to security desk around side of building, at least in the new wing. What level are you with IHG Rewards? I ended up eating in the lounge every morning and would grab a snack that often turned into dinner many of the nights.
I was upgraded to a room on the same floor as the lounge so it was beyond easy to access. Back when it was 15, it was. IHG points equate to about. I'll be back at Holiday Inn in November for 4 nights, then will move to Hilton for 6 5 nights on points and 1 cheap advance-purchase night.
For now, I have booked it at a refundable rate, but --as the date draws near -- I may change to points OR see if a non-refundable rate is appealing. Feel free to PM me -- would be happy to see if I can find some photos to send Holiday inn pattaya guest friendly or to walk through more of these issues in greater detail. BTW, Hilton was girl friendly, too, in my personal experience not secondhand info or an from hotel management - had a girl 5 nights in a row and didn't pay a single baht to the hotel for it. All three of these may be lumped in with the upscale "family" hotelsbut Pattaya is Pattaya.
Thanks for your help with the big chain hotels. I'm all set with my upcoming winter trip but I have a summer trip planned too and I may use my accumulated points to book my stay but Is there to your knowledge a decent chain hotel in a great location Holiday inn pattaya guest friendly Pattaya that is a good VALUE when using points?
I am looking at all of these non-chain baht options that seem nice but if I'm willing to spend almost twice as much I can use points. Depends on how many points you have -- I'm pretty sure the HiltonSheraton and Marriott all offer a "stay 4 night on points, get 5th night free" deal. Starwood points are considered far more "valuable" that Marriott or Hiltonthough, so it may not work out to such a great deal overall.
Also, tjose 40, SWP points could easily become 50, AA miles, so that makes them a pricey option. Marriott is 25, points per night, but "5th night free" takes it down topoints for 5 nights. I think it has the best physical location in Pattaya. Hilton is 40, points in low season, 50, per night in high season. Just stayed there and droppedpoints for 5 nights. Depends on how many points you have -- I'm pretty sure the Hilton, Sheraton and Marriott all offer a "stay 4 night on points, get 5th night free" deal.
Starwood points are considered far more "valuable" that Marriott or Hilton, though, so it may not work out to such a great deal overall. Just another option for someone with many SPG points, and highly recommend anyone to burn points before inevitable Marriott merger devaluation. Existing rules also apply. Recommended Posts. Posted August 26, April Report from October - the devious exploits of a cheating bastard April - from the city of sin to the land of smiles.
Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options MrDK Posted August 26, T-T-T Posted August 26, Tarpon Posted August 26, Luv2Phuket Posted August 27, Posted August 27, EDIT: BTW, Hilton was girl friendly, too, in my personal experience not secondhand info or an from hotel management - had a girl 5 nights in a row and didn't pay a single baht to the hotel for it Also, Sheraton -- which is a beautiful resort in Pratumnak -- and Marriott were girl friendly EVERY time I have stayed at them. Posted December 19, All three of these may be lumped in with the upscale "family" hotels, but Pattaya is Pattaya.
Luv2Phuket Posted December 19, Posted December 22, MrDK Posted December 22, What a silly reply. If someone here has an experience to share, it's not second hand. Posted December 28, Archived This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.
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