Friday, April 27, 2012

More Bar Girl Friendly Hotels in Bangkok

Maxim's Inn is located between Sukhumvit road Soi 7 and 9
There are several new hotels I've come across that are girl friendly. The first is in between Soi Cowboy and Nana red light districts.

It's called Maxim's Inn and even though it's closer to Soi Cowboy you can stroll to Nana Entertainment Plaza in 10 minutes, or maybe 5 if the sidewalks of Sukhumvit road are not crowded.

Maxim's Inn is located right on Sukhumvit Soi 7/1. You can't miss the hotel and believe me it's totally easy to find. Sukhumvit Soi 7/1 is right next to an entrance for the Nana Sky Train station. But most people would know where to find Maxim's because it's near the Eden Club, a popular fantasy fulfilling brothel where men can indulge in the company of 2 ladies at the same time who go both ways if you know what I mean.

A guest's picture of a superior room at Maxim's Inn
The hotel's rooms have been done up and renovated not too long ago so the rooms should all be in good working order. It's a basic cheapish priced hotel and because of the location and proximity to shopping, eating and partying you can't go wrong. As of writing, a superior room with king sized bed and breakfast cost around 1300 Baht at Maxim's Inn.

I give the hotel a 2 star grade. The reason is that there's no swimming pool, gym or anything special. But hey, the price for a room is cheap and it's clean and you're going to be close to many adult nightlife entertainment options.

The Sukhumvit district has a lot of really affordable budget hotels under 1500THB and Maxim's Inn is on my Top 10 list of budget hotels close to Soi Cowboy and Nana Plaza go go bars.

The next hotel I'd like to recommend is in Patpong's red light district. I know, I know. The go go bars at Patpong are more expensive and filled with pushy waitresses and bar girls desperate for a bar fine. And having all those leisure shoppers at the night market giving guys who enjoy go go bars and the company of a Thai lady the evil eye is off putting.

134/134/2 Silom Road
But the Lido Hotel right on Silom road is a new hotel, opened up in late 2011. And you all know how much I like new hotels in Bangkok, especially those that are guest friendly. And who doesn't like to stay at a brand new hotel with fresh linens, pillow and the lower chances of not finding old and mysterious stains.

And having a 7-Eleven shop right downstairs is always convenient.

The great thing about new hotels in Bangkok is that they'll often push out low priced hotel rates. And you'll usually find cheaper discount rates through Agoda. As of now a superior room at the Lido Millennium Hotel Silom cost around 1100 Baht with no breakfast.

Both of these hotels are confirmed as guest friendly and great options for hotels Bangkok's popular nightlife activities. Both are also relatively inexpensive with no frills service as expected. However, if you choose to stay at the Lido or Maxim you'll at least get free Wi-Fi Internet access. Also you'll have direct access to Bangkok's train systems too.

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