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Postby Princessblue » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 4:44 pm

aadvark wrote:
Princessblue wrote:Hi people,

I plan to go there for a major op with Dr Nara,

Which hotel is cheap and good? Any recommendation?

If cannot post here, u can pm me.

TIA



wooo~ wat major op?
Lee Gardens Plaza or Novotel would be good, Indra is too run down


Oh, but how's the room rate like?

Hmm, the 80,000baht surgery one.

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Postby aadvark » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 4:50 pm

Princessblue wrote:
aadvark wrote:
Princessblue wrote:Hi people,

I plan to go there for a major op with Dr Nara,

Which hotel is cheap and good? Any recommendation?

If cannot post here, u can pm me.

TIA



wooo~ wat major op?
Lee Gardens Plaza or Novotel would be good, Indra is too run down


Oh, but how's the room rate like?

Hmm, the 80,000baht surgery one.


cool, i noe another forumer who got that done a few mths back also :)
Lee Gardens Plaza is around SGD 50 a night
think novotel slightly more exp, 60+ a night
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Postby Princessblue » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 4:55 pm

aadvark wrote:
cool, i noe another forumer who got that done a few mths back also :)
Lee Gardens Plaza is around SGD 50 a night
think novotel slightly more exp, 60+ a night


I see.His nurse told me Sakol hotel. Anyone know the hotel?

$50 a night the hotel alone maybe already around SGD1k

Hmm u know the forumer personally? I wish to talk to her personally to find out more detail. TIA

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Postby sasa05_ » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 6:31 pm

Hi Princess,

I came back 2 weeks ago from Hatyai.
Went past Sakol Hotel a few times while exploring around.
Actually very near Lee Gardens Plaza and Dr Nara too.
Looks much more decent than Indra Hotel.
Perhaps you could email them for the rates?
Think most hotels would be able to give you a better rate if you're staying for so many days.

Below is a map i found online.
Hope this helps. :)

http://www.sinisini.com/hotel/thailand/ ... cation.htm

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Postby MHS » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 6:52 pm

Hihi!

I need to do some alarplasty revision for my nose urgently because my nose is currently not symmetrical and looks very obvious especially in photographs.I was thinking if I can exchange appointment with anyone who has appointment between 23 Nov 09 to 27 Nov 09.Will be very grateful.I'm a tour guide and will take frequent photos with my tour groups so if u r cancelling your appointment for some reasons,can please exchange with me?Thanks!!

My appointment is on 29 Jan 2010.I will be on assignment during tat period of time so cannot make it.Someone,please help!!

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Postby littlegreenyoda » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 9:46 pm

aadvark wrote:
Princessblue wrote:
aadvark wrote:
Princessblue wrote:Hi people,

I plan to go there for a major op with Dr Nara,

Which hotel is cheap and good? Any recommendation?

If cannot post here, u can pm me.

TIA



wooo~ wat major op?
Lee Gardens Plaza or Novotel would be good, Indra is too run down


Oh, but how's the room rate like?

Hmm, the 80,000baht surgery one.


cool, i noe another forumer who got that done a few mths back also :)
Lee Gardens Plaza is around SGD 50 a night
think novotel slightly more exp, 60+ a night


is novotel better or lee gardens since the price diff is not that much

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Postby angelfern » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 10:32 pm

Hi littlegreenyoda,

I think Novotel rates are quoted in USD dollars.

Lee Garden Plaza
http://www.leeplaza.com/

Novotel
http://www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-3727-no ... ndex.shtml

or http://travel.yahoo.com/p-hotel-356840- ... sDdGl0bGU-

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Postby huskyjude » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 10:44 pm

there's no need to book online. Just buy a hotel voucher from any travel agency such as Konsortium when you reach hatyai. It's much cheaper.

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Postby Princessblue » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 11:12 pm

sasa05_ wrote:Hi Princess,

I came back 2 weeks ago from Hatyai.
Went past Sakol Hotel a few times while exploring around.
Actually very near Lee Gardens Plaza and Dr Nara too.
Looks much more decent than Indra Hotel.
Perhaps you could email them for the rates?
Think most hotels would be able to give you a better rate if you're staying for so many days.

Below is a map i found online.
Hope this helps. :)

http://www.sinisini.com/hotel/thailand/ ... cation.htm


Thank sasa

Btw, is calling them directly better? The website is like a agent. I don't want to let agent earn. Next time on holiday I don't mind let agent earn abit.

But not for this time.
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Postby Princessblue » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 11:14 pm

huskyjude wrote:there's no need to book online. Just buy a hotel voucher from any travel agency such as Konsortium when you reach hatyai. It's much cheaper.


But is it possible to get the hotel near dr nara. The surgery I'm going for, for the first week, I will feel pain while walking.

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Postby littlegreenyoda » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 11:15 pm

wow, novotel price is really high!
Thanks for the link, angelfern

huskyjade: will be taking tiger airways there, is konsortium anywhere near there?

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Postby Princessblue » Sun, 22 Nov 2009 11:19 pm

littlegreenyoda wrote:wow, novotel price is really high!
Thanks for the link, angelfern

huskyjade: will be taking tiger airways there, is konsortium anywhere near there?


When will you be going?

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Postby huskyjude » Mon, 23 Nov 2009 3:38 am

Princessblue wrote:
huskyjude wrote:there's no need to book online. Just buy a hotel voucher from any travel agency such as Konsortium when you reach hatyai. It's much cheaper.


But is it possible to get the hotel near dr nara. The surgery I'm going for, for the first week, I will feel pain while walking.


the nearest hotel to Dr. Nara is Indra Hotel but it's really a motel rather than a hotel. Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel is quite near too, about 5 mins walking distance. If you prefer a better hotel, Novotel is quite good, it's just across the road from Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel.

I frankly think Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel does not really provide good service but the good thing about it is the free highspeed internet service at the lobby/rooms. Novotel's internet is really expensive at 200 baht per hour.

You will not feel any pain after the surgery because the LA will not wear off that fast, though abit groggy. I walked myself back to the hotel alone all by myself as I went to hatyai by myself.

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Postby huskyjude » Mon, 23 Nov 2009 3:41 am

littlegreenyoda wrote:wow, novotel price is really high!
Thanks for the link, angelfern

huskyjade: will be taking tiger airways there, is konsortium anywhere near there?


konsortium is actually the agency where i took the coach service from singapore to hatyai. But do not book the hotel from singapore. Buy the hotel voucher in hatyai it's in baht & much cheaper.

Konsortium is situated just across a small road opposite the Lee Gardens Plaza shopping centre (not the hotel which is just situated next to the shopping mall)

i have never took tiger airways to hatyai before but i think you probably have to take a cab down from the airport to downtown hatyai.

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Postby Princessblue » Mon, 23 Nov 2009 9:07 am

huskyjude wrote:
the nearest hotel to Dr. Nara is Indra Hotel but it's really a motel rather than a hotel. Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel is quite near too, about 5 mins walking distance. If you prefer a better hotel, Novotel is quite good, it's just across the road from Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel.

I frankly think Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel does not really provide good service but the good thing about it is the free highspeed internet service at the lobby/rooms. Novotel's internet is really expensive at 200 baht per hour.

You will not feel any pain after the surgery because the LA will not wear off that fast, though abit groggy. I walked myself back to the hotel alone all by myself as I went to hatyai by myself.


Hmm, mine will be GA and a four day hospital stay.

I heard from one who that did the operation, for the first week or so, tend to feel giddy and pain.

What I meant was that, if I get the hotel voucher, will I be able to get a hotel near dr nara?


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