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Guest Friendly Hotels

Post by ThaiSabai9 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 4:40 pm

Hi,
'Iam planning a trip to Hua Hin in April 2017 - and possibly early Jan as well, after many years of other places throughout Thailand- Pattaya, Phuket , CM Bkk etc I've decided to look at HH, not knowing the area at all, can I get some ideas on hotels and area to stay, iam looking for a guest friendly Hotel , located near nightlife / beach if that is near by ?- up too 1600 a night, its my 1st post here . I will look through this site for more info.

Cheers Gary

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Post by bsdk1960 » Wed Dec 14, 2016 6:47 pm

Hi and wellcome onboard HHF.

If you look up in the right corner there is a search button and put guest friendly hotels and there will come severel post about it.You can use the search button to many different ? so try it out.
Also on your right there is the sponsor area with many options.
Theres a Hua Hin map written with red letters just under the search button so you can see the distance from your hotel or guesthouse.

Cant help you with the guest friendly hotels but Im sure someone will come with suggestion later.

Good luck and maybe you gonna like Hua Hin,let us hear from you and feel free to ask normally people is very helpfull in here.

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Post by caller » Wed Dec 14, 2016 8:51 pm

I think all hotels in Hua Hin are!
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Post by Ianrodders » Sat Dec 17, 2016 5:34 pm

For sure all hotels are guest friendly


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Post by StevePIraq » Sat Dec 17, 2016 6:20 pm

But some charge a fee on top of your room rate when you take a guest back
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Post by falanglongtime » Wed Dec 21, 2016 9:29 pm

Always book a room for 2, just in case there any 'unexpected ' guests. Thipurai city, never charge, even with 2 'unexpected'' guests.

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Post by Dannie Boy » Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:24 pm

falanglongtime wrote:Always book a room for 2, just in case there any 'unexpected ' guests. Thipurai city, never charge, even with 2 'unexpected'' guests.
Well they should charge extra as that's just plain greedy!! :cheers:

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Post by falanglongtime » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:19 am

Dannie Boy wrote:
falanglongtime wrote:Always book a room for 2, just in case there any 'unexpected ' guests. Thipurai city, never charge, even with 2 'unexpected'' guests.
Well they should charge extra as that's just plain greedy!! :cheers:
Indeed. In BKK they charged me extra. :guns: Being greedy has never quite worked out as well as I hoped. Sorry. Back to topic. Yes Thipurai, very guest friendly! :D

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Post by ThaiSabai9 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:04 am

Thanks for the replies, Thipurai is the one Iam looking at now, seems to be near night life area

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Post by falanglongtime » Thu Dec 22, 2016 10:19 pm

ThaiSabai9 wrote:Thanks for the replies, Thipurai is the one Iam looking at now, seems to be near night life area
I couldn't recommend it enough. Really friendly and very close to all the amenities... even the beach... there's a link above, which will obviously help the forum as well. Have fun :D

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Post by chelsea » Fri Dec 23, 2016 10:20 am

I have had some mates that have stayed in Jings
The place is in the centre of the night life area, so not far to get home at the end of the night. They gave very good reports about the place, no extra charge for guests or problems with the place being friendly to their guests.

Test idea before you book anywhere is to email the hotel first, ask the relevant questions and then if they send a positive reply, take a copy of that email with you, just in case there are any problems.

You will find plenty of cool laid back bars there, nowhere near as busy as Phuket or Pattaya, but I always feel like I have had a holiday when I leave Hua Hin as you feel very relaxed. My trips to Phuket in particular, I feel like I need another holiday to get over the holiday I have just had.

If would advise you to book a cab pick up from BKK airport or whereever you will be in BKK, so you can bypass the minivans, dodgy airport cabs, local bus etc. I was in Hua Hin just over a year ago and used the local Hua Hin cab company that advertises on this website. If you cannot find it I think I have the details still on file.

They turned up at my hotel in Bangkok on time, driver was 100% safe, car as a late model 4WD and all in all a good trip. From memory was around the 2500baht range. After travelling to Hua Hin previously by Local Bus from BKK, minivan from BKK and airport cab. The local guys are by far the best bet.

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Re: Guest Friendly Hotels

Post by uncle tom » Fri Dec 23, 2016 8:23 pm

I have had some mates that have stayed in Jings
Jings has now relocated out of town although they do still control some rooms in the centre.

What was Jings is now called the Mermaid, but it is strangely difficult to book rooms there - they don't seem to have a website and the likes of booking.com have stopped listing them.

There are plenty of other places though, and every budget hotel is 100% guest friendly. The posher places can sometimes be a bit awkward, especially if the girl is poorly attired, but if you walk tall and march in, hand in hand - as though she's your wife - the reception staff will always melt away..
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Post by Ralfredo » Fri Dec 23, 2016 9:26 pm

uncle tom wrote:if you walk tall and march in, hand in hand - as though she's your wife - the reception staff will always melt away..
Hand in hand?! Then the reception staff will know she's not your wife. :P

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Post by uncle tom » Sat Dec 24, 2016 3:10 am

Hand in hand?! Then the reception staff will know she's not your wife
Good point :D

Seriously though, if you stumble in with an obvious tart in tow and a silly grin on your face, the hotel porters will sense the opportunity for a payoff. Walk in with a touch of attitude and a serious expression. If anyone challenges you, say quietly and firmly 'it's OK' and don't stop walking as you head for the lift. If you have to wait for the lift and get challenged again, look them straight in the face with your best condescending 'are you mad?' look, and say 'it's OK' again, but a little more slowly..

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Re: Guest Friendly Hotels

Post by oakdale160 » Sun Dec 25, 2016 12:17 am

I knewa bar girl in shanghai who always dressed likea business lady and got lots of work as punters were not embarrassed to make the 'walk' with her at hotels

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