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Displayed prices are for multiple nights. Check the site for price per night. I see hostels starting at 200b/day and hotels from 500b/day on agoda.


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  1. Thanks for the trip report RT, great pics!!! If possible could you include the cost of the rooms in your report? Just curious what hotel rates are like...
  2. I have a Capital One checking account and used it in Thailand. I stopped using Capital One and switched to a Schwab checking account. Capital One did not automatically refund my ATM fees. I had to call them and per their customer service rep they said that the ATM fee did not show as a separate line item. After much back and forth they refunded my account about $5 USD per transaction. This was a few years ago so I don't know if things have changed. I've had no issue with my Schwab checking account. They refund all ATM fees once a month and it was automatic.
  3. Not sure if it's fresh brewed, but they bring you a flask of ice tea and provide a small container of syrup for sweetener, and a small container of lemon juice. I found their ice tea to be tasty but then again I'm not a regular ice tea drinker.
  4. D Apartments on Soi Boakow might fit your needs. http://www.dapartment.com/rate.php
  5. Uber Thailand provides a pay with cash option.
  6. you could stay right on soi 6, the Queen vic offers rooms. http://www.queenvicpattaya.com/Rooms.htm
  7. I might have given Hooters a try even with the high prices but I read in another thread that their is no air conditioning. The no air conditioning will keep me from ever trying the place.
  8. You could try KTK but water and electric may put you over your budget a little. http://www.ktkpattaya.com/royal/?ctrl=page&cate=room-rate
  9. I agree about the beds, stayed there a few years ago and I could feel all the springs in the mattress. I found the bed very uncomfortable. Mentioned it to the owner and he said that he had not heard any complaints before about the bed and went on to mention that some of the rooms had a mattress topper on them but my room had a newer mattress and no topper on it. I ended up picking up some pads at Big C for 500 baht to place on top of the mattress. It was fine after that. Considering the room was only 600 baht a night at the time I still thought the room a good deal even with having to
  10. Short or Cicero1520 have either of you stayed at the Honey Hotel? If so how were the rooms? I'm looking for a room end of Dec to beginning of January. So far the following places are fully booked; KTK Metro Apartments D Apartments Chow Soy Sanya Apartments Mosiac Dianna Oasis
  11. HR I've never heard of Big Mango Properties but I stayed in VT 6 last year and rented through Honey's Coffee shop which is on the ground floor of VT6. The room was great, loved the location and Honey provided an excellent rental service and I highly recommend her. Here is a link to her website if you want to check them out. http://honeyscoffeehouse.com/
  12. Patna, how much was the all you can eat option when you went?
  13. Thanks for the photos and report Firth, what time does the market open and close? I might give it a look this December.
  14. The Amari Nova Suites is on Soi AR also, just a little bit further down the road from KTK going toward Pattaya Klang
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