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Drewbrogan

Sutus Court

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Does anyone have any recommendations on which block is the best to stay in??

 

I normally stay at the Sabai Lodge on Soi 2, but as I'm coming with 3 other lads they want somewhere closer to LK Metro.

 

I'm not looking for anything special, just somewhere clean with a pool.

 

Thanks for any advice.

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Sutus 1 are the newer larger rooms.

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sutus 1 is the best i believe, rooms are fine. no in room safe was a bit of a drawback but otherwise all ok. safe deposit at reception manned 24 hours,,, if they are awake !!

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Cheers lads. I will book into 1 then.

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You could also look at hotel 247 Boutique which is located in Soi Honey it's the next Soi to LK Metro , right next door.

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J and p court just around the corner is good..nature view is also good

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I have booked Sutus Court 1 for 3 nights. 27-30April so if you not going before that i can give you a report of the place.

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Ist block. Easy access to small pool and large rooms with good wifi.Has to entrances so handy to duck into Soi Lengkee for breakfast

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Old type tv and no safe puts me off . Wait to see your report Mr John.

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How do the zones work in Sutus Court please?  I'm looking at the website www.sutuscourt.com .  I can see there are different zones 1-5.  Do the different zone numbers represent different buildings, or just sizes of rooms, or floor level?  

 

What do the more expensive zone 1 rooms have that the cheaper zone 5 ones don't?

 

I was thinking of a double in the mid level of pricing, say zones 2, 3 or 4.  What I want is a quiet top floor a/c room with lift and a view over the pool area, not the street.  I don't want a big room or TV, but I do want good in-room wifi internet, an in-room safe and an in-room fridge.  What zone or building should I ask for?

 

All the zones say "safety box" on http://www.sutuscourt.com/rooms.html, so how come irish 1' s room didn't have a safe?  Do most of the Sutus Court rooms have in-room safes?

 

Mr John, can you report back on this thread please?

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How do the zones work in Sutus Court please?  I'm looking at the website www.sutuscourt.com .  I can see there are different zones 1-5.  Do the different zone numbers represent different buildings, or just sizes of rooms, or floor level?  

 

What do the more expensive zone 1 rooms have that the cheaper zone 5 ones don't?

 

I was thinking of a double in the mid level of pricing, say zones 2, 3 or 4.  What I want is a quiet top floor a/c room with lift and a view over the pool area, not the street.  I don't want a big room or TV, but I do want good in-room wifi internet, an in-room safe and an in-room fridge.  What zone or building should I ask for?

 

All the zones say "safety box" on http://www.sutuscourt.com/rooms.html, so how come irish 1' s room didn't have a safe?  Do most of the Sutus Court rooms have in-room safes?

 

Mr John, can you report back on this thread please?

Sutus 1 was built after the other blocks so is newer and slightly more expensive. I've only stayed in block 1 so i can't comment on the standard of blocks 2-4.

As far as I know there is no safety deposit boxes in any of the rooms in any of the blocks/zones. They are located behind reception area. If you're worried about the noise from Soi Buakhao then no need to, with the balcony door closed there is next to none. I was on floor 6 street side in zone 1, imo it's much better viewing street life (fit girls going by on Scooters etc) than a few blokes sat around an average size pool. Up to you. My wi fi was excellent btw, tv a bit old and picture not the best but I always had the music channel on anyway.

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My room had a good size fridge, room cleaned daily with 2 bottles of water left by maids. I used Retox on Soi Lengkee for breakfast most days, 99 baht, really good and less than a 5 min walk. 7/11 and pharmacy about a minute from reception. I payed just under £20 a night and have re-booked for later this year.

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Thanks for the replies Kenneth.  I've stayed in soi Diana before so I know the area pretty well.

 

Am I right in guessing that the different zones are actually different buildings, and that zone 1 is the (newer) building directly above the reception and restaurant, facing onto soi Buakhao, shown in pic 22 of http://www.sutuscourt.com/gallery.html ?

 

Looking at pic 21 (which is the backwards view from building 1, taken directly above the restaurant?), are the different buildings on that all part of Sutus Court?  Which building is which zone?  Just looking at pic 21, I'd prefer the top floor of the white/grey building on the right with an orange roof.  Which zone is that please?

 

Is zone 2 the medium-sized yellow? building on the left hand side of pic 21, just beyond a small white room-size building next to a small pool?

 

Are the safes the dark brown things on the right in pic 34?  Are they accessible 24h/7?  Are they big enough for a laptop?

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Sorry for late reply. Yes the zones or blocks as I call them are all different buildings surrounding the pool area. Tbh I only know zone/block 1 which as you said is directly above reception. I did get chatting to a bloke who was in another block/zone and he seemed quite happy with it, but I couldn't tell you if it was 2, 3 or 4. I don't remember.

The standard of cleanliness throughout the hotel looked fine to me so going by that all the zones should be fine. Up to you.

 

As I only stayed there my last week I kept most of money on me and locked any other valuables in suitcase inside wardrobe, I didn't use the safety boxes so can't say anything other than they are behind reception.

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Are the safes the dark brown things on the right in pic 34?  Are they accessible 24h/7?  Are they big enough for a laptop?

 

 

No the safes are not big enough to take a Laptop.

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Thanks for replies.

 

I've been thinking about this and I think the lack of a in-room safe is a dealbreaker for me.  I go with a lot of bahts in cash and laptop/tablet, and when you've a girl in your room you want your valuables to be accessible but secure, and down in reception is too far away.  The standard setup of safe inside wardrobe allows you to open it whilst keeping the wardrobe door covering things without being impolite to the girl, and that works for me in other hotels/GHs.  Thanks anyway!

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Thanks for replies.

 

I've been thinking about this and I think the lack of a in-room safe is a dealbreaker for me.  I go with a lot of bahts in cash and laptop/tablet, and when you've a girl in your room you want your valuables to be accessible but secure, and down in reception is too far away.  The standard setup of safe inside wardrobe allows you to open it whilst keeping the wardrobe door covering things without being impolite to the girl, and that works for me in other hotels/GHs.  Thanks anyway!

You don't use travellers cheques then.I've used them for years and never had problems.Not so much of a worry as lots of cash.

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"You don't use travellers cheques then"

No I don't, because they are in US$, £ or whatever, so you're up for the poor exchange rates offered at whatever Thai bank you cash them at.

 

I think the cash rates offered at www.bestforeignexchange.com (for personal collection in London) are very good, and no additional fees on top.  I'm pretty comfortable carrying large amounts of cash in a moneybelt inside my trousers, but I would like a room safe.  Of course no-one else knows I have loads of cash on me, which is part of the security.

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Stayed at Sutus 1.First time iv`e used a safe deposit box.I was a bit worried at first but no problems.You need two keys to open box,you have one they have one.Boxes are small only for money and passport etc.Laptops no.I keep plenty of money on me when i go out,rest in safe.                                                  BEN.

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I always stay at Sutus Court as the location is perfect for me and it offers what I want for a good price.   Sutus 4 is ok, but rooms are better in Sutus 3, with a balcony overlooking the pool.

If I was only staying for a week, I may prefer a swanky hotel, but for a month I like the space and freedom that Sutus offers, it is also very clean and quiet.

No room safe is the main thing missing and be aware the entrance to Sol Lengkee is now locked in the evenings, that's a shame as I liked using the burger bar by it's entrance a 3 in the morning.

Oh, and the enormous jacuzzi gets you set up for an evening out or a morning recovering with a new friend (remember to take a bikini for a partner).

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How do the zones work in Sutus Court please?  I'm looking at the website www.sutuscourt.com .  I can see there are different zones 1-5.  Do the different zone numbers represent different buildings, or just sizes of rooms, or floor level?  
 
What do the more expensive zone 1 rooms have that the cheaper zone 5 ones don't?
 
I was thinking of a double in the mid level of pricing, say zones 2, 3 or 4.  What I want is a quiet top floor a/c room with lift and a view over the pool area, not the street.  I don't want a big room or TV, but I do want good in-room wifi internet, an in-room safe and an in-room fridge.  What zone or building should I ask for?
 
All the zones say "safety box" on http://www.sutuscourt.com/rooms.html, so how come irish 1' s room didn't have a safe?  Do most of the Sutus Court rooms have in-room safes?
 
Mr John, can you report back on this thread please?

 

Be careful, some rooms have the fridge turned off when room is locked.  Keys welded to keyring to stop you separating them.

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I booked Sutus Court 5 in so buakhaw please tell me it's OK?

 

One BM once described sutus5 as "like been a prison cell".

 

80baht more with good reviews on here and youtube reviews http://dapartment.com/ 10 mins walk down soi bukhaow in the opposite direction.

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I booked Sutus Court 5 in so buakhaw please tell me it's OK?

 

From what Ive read Sutus Court 1 is best and a  little more money, and quality and cost goes down from one to five building so 2 3 4 and five lower quality buildings.you've picked the lowest rated and cheapest in 5. I would change to One if your able and Insist on staying at Status court. reading reviews they are all acceptable but as they say for a few BHT more .

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Will give it a go as want somewhere different from Flipper House as there prices are going up. Never stayed in soi baukhaw before and can't wait for trip number 18. Thank you for your feedback

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