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Sutus court

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I stayed for 4 nights at the above hotel on Soi Buakhaw, Nongprue and found it to be of a fairly good standard with a very clean and very comfy bed, large shower room, good fitting and very quiet (pool view). the staff were very polite and helpful.

I paid 800b per night and found it to be good value

 

http://www.sutuscourt.com/index.html

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I stayed already 3 times in the old wing.

I payed 550 Baht per night.

The room was clean, large, have a small balcony.

I prefer the location of the hotel because i like

the area around the Soi Buakhao.

 

Now the new bulding is finish. They have a good

restaurant there and an interet shop.

 

Regards

 

Willi

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I stayed for 4 nights at the above hotel on Soi Buakhaw, Nongprue and found it to be of a fairly good standard with a very clean and very comfy bed, large shower room, good fitting and very quiet (pool view). the staff were very polite and helpful.

I paid 800b per night and found it to be good value

 

http://www.sutuscourt.com/index.html

 

Are there in room safes?

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any pictures that you made yourself that we can look at ? as website-pics are often inaccurate.

Edited by themosch

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@Sexyfarangman

 

In the old wing the safe is not in the room, the safe is

behind the reception. In the new building i don´t now.

 

Willi

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It really does, but I would love to see some photos from one of the NEW rooms in the NEW wing!

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Look on the situs court website plenty of pics of the r00ms in the new wing,staying situs court at the mo, good rooms,good location for the money

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Yeah, it looks great. Is the wi-fi working in room, and what is the view from the balcony in the new wing - Soi B.?! I am thinking about booking one the large 50 m2 rooms for my next trip very soon ;-)

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Look on the situs court website plenty of pics of the r00ms in the new wing,staying situs court at the mo, good rooms,good location for the money

PS: How is the water pressure in the shower? And is it kept clean? Thanks for the info, mate!

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ID: 13   Posted (edited) · Report post

rather than starting my own thread, I am adding to this one as I stayed in Sutus court - initially for 3 nights but then ended up staying a total of 10 nights.

 

The hotel was great - although I think cheaper can be had just around the corner but the other hotels were full. I was on the 6th floor with pool view (Specifically asked for high floor and pool view). I paid 900 thb / night (new wing) - but they have other rooms (old wing, etc) for 700-900 THB.

 

My room was nice and quiet BUT the walls are paper thin so I can actually hear TV / conversations from the room next door. didnt bother me much and I did not care they could hear me.. as long as there is no constant traffic noise.

 

I had a balcony overlooking both their pools.. and the staff were fabulous. They have a restaurant on site

 

They have a strange reservation system .. in that they don't have a reservation system! I was staying across the road on Soi Buakhao at 18 coins and I came to see them a couple of days before I wanted to move in. They took a 1000 thb deposit for me .. in-lieu of reserving a place for me (they give you a receipt). I thought I had been ripped off because the deposit was non-sense but when I went there on the check-out day .. they had me on a short-list whereas other people that had just walked up and waiting for rooms .. were asked to wait. I was in my room by 11am .. nice! But I wonder what would have happened if there was no one checking out on that day ... I guess I would not have had a hotel room. Hence, why I said they don't really have a reservation system.

 

water pressure is good, toilets and room are nice and big. Its kept VERY clean. They have the fastest internet I have used in Thailand!

 

I would stay again ...

 

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Edited by kuteguy

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hotel is good, but the main pool is shaded by the building next door & as you said, the walls are too thin, its like sleeping in a railway station

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It seems that they update the prices for different rooms before the low season, but in other direction.

 

http://www.sutuscourt.com/rates.html

 

Form 900 bth (ZONE1) pek and high season to 930 for soon low season :o

 

Thai management and Thai logic ?? :Think1:

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It seems that they update the prices for different rooms before the low season, but in other direction.

 

http://www.sutuscourt.com/rates.html

 

Form 900 bth (ZONE1) pek and high season to 930 for soon low season :o

 

Thai management and Thai logic ?? :Think1:

 

I took it to mean that the price has now gone up to 930. Zone 3 has gone from 550 to 580, same all year, new rates.

 

Zone 1 is the new part where the walls are thin, does anyone know if Zone 3 is the same? You also get this in more expensive places, the same has been said about April Suites.

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I stayed at Sutus Court in February ( the new wing , 6th floor , the pool side ) . I booked a room by www.booking.com and had no problem with my reservation ( I needed to pay when I checked in ) .

 

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My room was really big , clean and quiet . Walls are thin ? I don't know , but I didn't feel like on the railway station .

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It seems that they update the prices for different rooms before the low season, but in other direction.

 

http://www.sutuscourt.com/rates.html

 

Form 900 bth (ZONE1) pek and high season to 930 for soon low season :o

 

Thai management and Thai logic ?? :Think1:

 

I believe the actual rate for a 50 sq m room is 850 during the low season. Overall, an excellent price considering you get you sheets and linen changed everyday.a

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for me is one of the best price/value in^pattaya i been 15 days there 12000 baths !!!!and very girlfriendly!!!!!

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Just spent 3 weeks there in a strret side room 7th floor new block. Spa and pool were clean and warm and no sun in the afternoon was actually a bonus. No in room safe was a a minus but also a plus as you keep the keys and no chance of the BF robbing your safe. Could sometimes hear next room shaggings but it made my TGF hornier and she tried to outdo them. Could shag or have BJ on balcony if you wanted to and a good view of Pattaya central.bathrooms where large with good hot water and pressure. Plenty of cupboard space and new fridge and aircon. I would certainly stay again.

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Until what hour is there sun when sitting at the swimming pool at Sutus Court? I don't mind sitting in the shade for a bit but would prefer sun until at least 2 pm.

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Until what hour is there sun when sitting at the swimming pool at Sutus Court? I don't mind sitting in the shade for a bit but would prefer sun until at least 2 pm.

 

About 3 or 4. The Spa has sun most of the time.

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