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Re: Disappointing Hotel Service

Post by ahandpatsy » Fri Feb 19, 2016 3:17 pm

anybody have hotel recomendations around soi 94 ?

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Re: Disappointing Hotel Service

Post by Big Boy » Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:17 pm

ahandpatsy wrote:anybody have hotel recomendations around soi 94 ?
I've had a few friends visit recently, and both Good View and Initial have both received very favourable reviews from them.
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Hotels on Soi 94

Post by Pleng » Fri Feb 19, 2016 7:13 pm

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ahandpatsy wrote:anybody have hotel recomendations around soi 94 ?
I've had a few friends visit recently, and both Good View and Initial have both received very favourable reviews from them.
I stayed at Good View once, for a single night. The name perplexes me as I'm not exactly sure what exactly is so good about the view from there, but the biggest issue is that it's right next to the train tracks so you need to be an exceptionally heave sleeper to be able to get a good night's rest.

Other than that the room was kitted out nicely, and comfortable. And the beer was reasonably priced.

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Re: Disappointing Hotel Service

Post by Big Boy » Fri Feb 19, 2016 7:43 pm

Pleng wrote:I stayed at Good View once, for a single night. The name perplexes me as I'm not exactly sure what exactly is so good about the view from there, but the biggest issue is that it's right next to the train tracks so you need to be an exceptionally heave sleeper to be able to get a good night's rest.
That was always my fear, and I had previously advised visitors to avoid it for that very reason. However, I've had 2 different friends stay there, and both say there is absolutely no disturbance from the trains. Neither are heavy drinkers, so that's not the reason for not hearing anything.

I am the first to admit that they surprised me, but they both spoke extremely highly of the hotel. I am only repeating what I was told.
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Re: Hotels on Soi 94

Post by huahin4ever » Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:10 pm

The best hotel in Soi 94 is G-hotel by far!!!
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Re: Disappointing Hotel Service

Post by Pleng » Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:23 pm

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Pleng wrote:I stayed at Good View once, for a single night. The name perplexes me as I'm not exactly sure what exactly is so good about the view from there, but the biggest issue is that it's right next to the train tracks so you need to be an exceptionally heave sleeper to be able to get a good night's rest.
That was always my fear, and I had previously advised visitors to avoid it for that very reason. However, I've had 2 different friends stay there, and both say there is absolutely no disturbance from the trains. Neither are heavy drinkers, so that's not the reason for not hearing anything.

I am the first to admit that they surprised me, but they both spoke extremely highly of the hotel. I am only repeating what I was told.
Well the Trains disturbed me, that's for sure. To be fair, I'm a particularly light sleeper; the sound of the crossing lights coming on was enough to wake me. But after that, the trains made an incredible noise. Luckily for me I quite like trains, so the first couple of times I went out to watch. But by the third occurrence it did start to get irritating!

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Re: Hotels on Soi 94

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Re: Hotels on Soi 94

Post by ahandpatsy » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:07 pm

Thanks for the replies any other suggestions ?

How often are the trains in the night time ?

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Re: Hotels on Soi 94

Post by migrant » Sat Feb 20, 2016 1:13 am

huahin4ever wrote:The best hotel in Soi 94 is G-hotel by far!!!
2nd it!
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Re: Hotels on Soi 94

Post by Dannie Boy » Sat Feb 20, 2016 8:57 am

ahandpatsy wrote:Thanks for the replies any other suggestions ?

How often are the trains in the night time ?
I live in a completely different area but quite close to the railway line and I don't hear much at all after about 10.30 pm and the first train heading towards BKK is about 4.00 am, but if you're fast asleep, you would probably sleep through it anyway.

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Hotel/Resort in Soi94

Post by HuaHin61 » Sat Feb 20, 2016 4:29 pm

ahandpatsy wrote:anybody have hotel recomendations around soi 94 ?
i stayed at SMILE Resort in Soi94, :agree: http://smilehuahinresort.com/

and it was a good stay, friendly staff, large rooms,
location is about the middle between railroad and petchkasemRoad,

so not too much noise from train or cars. (read the very good reviews ...)
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Re: Hotels on Soi 94

Post by Pleng » Sun Feb 21, 2016 8:12 pm

ahandpatsy wrote:Thanks for the replies any other suggestions ?

How often are the trains in the night time ?
I got there about 1 or 2 am and was woken up by I think 3 or 4 trains before checking out at 9 or 10am

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