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  1. In order to help defray the cost of the forum, since this board is independent of any bar or business, please make hotel bookings with Residence Garden or through the AGODA HOTEL BOOKING link or the similarly named subforum in the open section.
  2. As many of you know, FLB and Pattayatalk/Pattayapages have received long-standing support from our partnership with the Residence Garden. As of the end of this month (Sept 2015), Residence Garden will no longer be offering the special rate to new customers. If you are an existing customer who has received that special rate, I have been told it will be given to you if you ask for it, but any new customers will not be able to avail themselves of that rate. I want to thank Ib and Alan Ottesen of the RG for their support these many years. I know many customers have stayed at RG over the years, but with the tourism downturn, those numbers have dwindled to the point where RG has had to make the decision to terminate their advertising and special deal with this forum. I completely understand their position. It's rough out there and hotels are struggling like most other businesses. RG continues to be a very good choice for lodging with their 1 BR sized rooms, so I hope you guys will continue to give them your business.
  3. Its been a while as I had problems logging in, not sure why but found I can now so would like to say "Hi" again and update Canterbury Tales. W e have a huge amount of books, more than ever and we have worked hard still to have the best choice in this great City. We still offer a reasonable breakfast as have been doing so since 2005, 2 eggs, 2 bacon, sausage, beans, tomato, toast, tea or coffee & orange juice for 90 baht, we also offer other main meals and Thai food. we have 25 rooms in 4 buildings all close together in the soi ranging from 400 per night for a smallish budget room to 700 for a really big studio style room, all as standard have A/C, fan, en-suite hot water shower, large fridge, kettle, TV, DVD player, most have either 3 piece suit or sofa/sofa bed & recliner, 32" flat screen TV, balcony etc We offer discount on a week or more booking and monthly rates.all the best Dave
  4. In order to help defray the cost of the forum, since this board is independent of any bar or business, please make hotel bookings with Residence Garden or through the AGODA HOTEL BOOKING link or the similarly named subforum in the open section.
  5. Hi all Was thinking of booking this hotel in November but I've heard there's construction going on, just wonder if anyone else there at the mo or stayed recently and know how bad the noise is, I like to stay out late and don't get up till 12 so don't want waking up early Cheers in advance
  6. City Inn, Udon Thani For Sale www.cityinnud.com 13,900,000 Baht 080-002-9900 I'm posting just as information, so if you're interested, get in touch with Tiffany at City Inn. She's Canadian/Thai and speaks fluent English or is that Canadian? 9 rooms with air con, cable, internet and all that stuff. It's only a year old and very nice. The best thing is the location, only a short walk to Central Mall, nightlife, night market, UD Town, Train and Bus. All rooms rent for 600 baht. Would make a nice family run business. You do the numbers and figure out if it works for you. It's also a great place to stay in Udon Thani, especially with the location and the Coffee Corner across the street is a great place to have breakfast. Again, if you're interested, call or see the owner directly, I just stayed there.
  7. Pattaya, a beach resort popular city with tourists and expatriates. It is located on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, about 130 km southeast of Bangkok, a lot of accommodations, tour package, day trip, excursions and many more. Need any recommendation about Pattaya, where you need to go or anything you want to know about Pattaya please contact us http://www.pattayatourstravels.com/ pattayatourtravel@gmail.com
  8. Several boardies spent the recent election weekend in Bangkok. Several of us stayed at Aloft on Sukhumvit Soi 11. Aloft is a spin-off of Starwood's W Hotel line. Think of it as a budget version of The W. The vibe is fun and young...and cheap. I paid a rate of 2,000 baht per night (not including taxes) for an Urban room, but there are lower rates available. The location is convenient for Nana, Cowboy, Beer Garden, and more. The hotel is across the street from Bed Supper Club, where I use to go with a civilian ex. Bed and the rooftop bar at the Fenix are great places to watch civilian eye candy. The soi has lots of nice restaurants and street food. For the most part, I was greatly satisfied with the hotel, room, facilities, staff, and price. It's a great way to rack up Starwood points/stays. I would definitely stay at this hotel again. + Guest friendly + Super soft and very large beds + Room is intelligently laid out + Outstanding lunch buffet for 249 baht + Nice gym, decent pool + Fantastic location - Rude Chinese tourists - Rooms are a bit small - No handheld shower - Internet was a little slow If you have any questions about Aloft BKK, I'll try to answer them. Hopefully the other boardies that stayed there will chip in with their impression on the hotel too. Frosty's room was...exceptional.
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