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#1 khunsanuk

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 00:52

Below is a list of guest friendly hotels in Thailand.

For those unfamiliar with the term, guest friendly hotels are those hotels that do not object to their guests taking visitors to their room for the night.

Bangkok

  • Bangkok Boutique
  • Centre Point Group
  • Citi Chic Hotel
  • Conrad Hotel
  • Crown Hotel
  • Darjeeling Boutique Hotel
  • Davis Hotel
  • Dynasty Inn
  • Dynasty Grande
  • Euro Grande
  • Federal Hotel
  • Grace Hotel
  • Grand Business Inn
  • Grand President
  • Ibis Nana
  • JW Marriott
  • Landmark
  • Majestic Suites
  • Majestic Grande
  • Manhattan Hotel
  • Miami Hotel
  • Millenium Sukhumvit
  • Nai Lert Park
  • Nana City Inn
  • Nana Hotel
  • Novotel Lotus
  • Palazzo
  • Pinnacle Lumpinee
  • President Park
  • President Solitaire
  • Rembrandt Towers & Serviced Apartments
  • Royal Ivory Nana
  • Royal President
  • Sheraton
  • Stable Lodge
  • St. James Hotel
  • Swiss Grottino
  • Swiss Park (need to book twin/double)
  • The Oriental
  • The Regency
  • Town Lodge
  • Westin Grande
  • White Orchid

Pattaya

The vast majority of hotels in Pattaya are guest-friendly, but here's a list of confirmed hotels anyway.

  • Baiyoke
  • Century
  • Green Park Resort
  • Hard Rock (but only if booked direct)
  • Jomtien Hotel
  • Markland
  • Marriott
  • Penthouse
  • Pig and Whistle (book ahead)
  • Sunshine Hotel and residences

Hua Hin

  • City Beach Hotel
  • Hilton
  • Jedpeenong
  • Peony
  • PP Hotel
  • PP Villa
  • Most Guesthouses
  • Subhamitra Hotel

If you are aware of any hotels that are not on this list - or that are, but shouldn't be - please make a comment in this thread.

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#2 PP

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 02:02

In Bangkok

St. James Hotel is Guest Friendly.

Ibis Nana also.

It's good that posters can add hotels to update the list.

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 02:10

Is a link to another website allowed?

http://www.bangkokgu...dly-hotels.html

#4 khunsanuk

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 02:56

Hi,

Thanks, have updated the post. No problem with the link.

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 03:17

View Postkhunsanuk, on 08 November 2011 - 02:56, said:

Hi,

Thanks, have updated the post. No problem with the link.

Sanuk!

You can add the Millenium Sukhumvit to the list of guest friendlies.  
Easy stroll to Cowboy.   :biggrin:

http://www.millenniu...gkok/index.html

Guest friendly.  They will take guests' ID overnight, but no "joiner fee".

I see that the Westin is named as being guest friendly.  When I called the hotel in Sept. 2010, the reservationist said there was a joiner fee.  Maybe that has changed and there is no longer such a fee.  Or, maybe there was not a fee when this hotel was added to the list.  Any update info?  Anybody?

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Posted 28 May 2012 - 09:29

Add Omni Tower on Soi Nana to the list

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Posted 28 May 2012 - 21:38

View PostPP, on 28 May 2012 - 09:29, said:

Add Omni Tower on Soi Nana to the list

Can also add Centre Point Terminal 21.  Also, no joiner fee.

Suggestion: amend list with an asterisk to indicate no joiner fee.  Some hotels will allow overnight "guests", but charge extra.  Sheraton and Westin are among those, based on my inquiry (not personal experience).

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Posted 29 May 2012 - 02:17

View PostHugh_Hoy, on 28 May 2012 - 21:38, said:

Can also add Centre Point Terminal 21.  Also, no joiner fee.

Suggestion: amend list with an asterisk to indicate no joiner fee.  Some hotels will allow overnight "guests", but charge extra.  Sheraton and Westin are among those, based on my inquiry (not personal experience).

Good idea to asterix the Joiner Fee hotels,so they can be avoided, it's like paying a double bar fine!!

But does the JF only apply to overnight guests? What about some afternoon delight?

Based on a trawl of some of the other threads the following hotels not listed above are also Guest Friendly.

Citrus on Soi 22
Regency Park Soi 22
S Sukhumvit Suites
Adelphi Suites
Adelphi Grand

Ambassador and Tai Pan charge a Joiner Fee.

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Posted 29 May 2012 - 02:32

Crown hotel is mentioned!
which one is meant? the low end Crown short time hotel around Sukhumvit Soi 25, the one in Sukhumvit Soi 6 or the large Crown Plaza on Rama IV close to Silom, which is part of the Intercontinental group (I think that was the former Pan Pacific)

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Posted 30 May 2012 - 02:12

Found this website that lists joiner fee and no joiner fee hotels but suspect it is out of date.

http://joinerfeesinb...k.blogspot.com/

Ambassador has tried to charge me a joiner fee in the past.  They mention Citin Pratunam as recommended with no joiner fee and then further down the list state it is 400 Baht?

Also read on another site that the 2 Adelphis I posted before charge a joiner fee.

This website seems to contradict that info about the Adelphis. http://www.bargirlfr...riendly-hotels/ Although it states no JF for Tai Pan and I recieved an email from Tai Pan confirming there IS a JF.

In Residence actually states on their website NO JF http://www.inresiden...uite_layout.php




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