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Illegal hotel operators in Hua Hin warned to register within 30 days

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I just wonder how many have tried to register but their applications were refused because the applications were not submitted with the required thick brown envelope accompaniment. :coffee1:

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Register where and for what? Hotel license takes 2-3 years to receive . Criteria to be approved can not be met . 
 
So what or where they should register ?
[/https://www.myillegalhotel.com/exemption-certificate/


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Actually it does become their business when you change the use of your premises from your residence to rental and don't apply for the correct operating licence & follow the daily procedure for reporting occupants!

Lol?

If they rent 29 days or 31 days, i have to report them anyway, what's the difference?

One is legal, the other isn't.

Why don't they go after all these thai landlords in bangkok that never report their tenants instead.

Well all know why.

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My guess most wont register as they know their places would not meet the standard regulations required (Fire)

No such thing as fire retardant materials and fire escapes 

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2 hours ago, ChipButty said:

My guess most wont register as they know their places would not meet the standard regulations required (Fire)

No such thing as fire retardant materials and fire escapes 

Not only fire, but they say register, register where? And as what?

 

do they mean apply for hotel license ? As I said 2-3 years to receive and in most cases will not be granted unless building permit initially was for hotel

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7 hours ago, Aquaman2016 said:

https://www.myillegalhotel.com/exemption-certificate/


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"The property MUST be in a Thai Nationality name on both the title deeds and blue book."

 

also this is not for small buildings of 4 rooms/ under 20 sleeps... No one really knows <deleted> they want for that..

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Generally I have quite libertarian views, but I don't blame, say a small guesthouse or bungalow operator who went through all the right steps to open their business, from being pissed about people undercutting their businesses. Nuff said.

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Question….how can and is it legal that many (most) of the big property chains sell some condo's which often are rented out again by the buyer of said condo plus you have well known rental companies renting out (short term/long time) condo's in the same building and very often its also easy to book condo's from famous online hotel booking sites. Can really a condo chain like for example Sa...….ri sell to people who intend to live out their golden years at the place and at the same time allow some condo's to be rented out pr. day by travel agencies and some rented out short /long time by private owners. How can this be legal...….logically a condominium should either be just that, or a hotel.....?

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33 minutes ago, nickstav said:

Generally I have quite libertarian views, but I don't blame, say a small guesthouse or bungalow operator who went through all the right steps to open their business, from being pissed about people undercutting their businesses. Nuff said.

And if you had any clue on the subject ,you would have known guesthouses and smaller hotels are also “illegal” as they do not have hotel license 

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11 minutes ago, BestB said:

And if you had any clue on the subject ,you would have known guesthouses and smaller hotels are also “illegal” as they do not have hotel license 

Do they have staff they have to pay? Do they have insurance (my Brit friend owns a small bungalow resort, don't know if he has a license, but I know he has insurance and staff to pay)?

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3 minutes ago, nickstav said:

Do they have staff they have to pay? Do they have insurance (my Brit friend owns a small bungalow resort, don't know if he has a license, but I know he has insurance and staff to pay)?

Insurance is not compulsory and paying staff is just as irrelevant when it comes to hotel license 😉

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9 minutes ago, BestB said:

Insurance is not compulsory and paying staff is just as irrelevant when it comes to hotel license 😉

You are right there, but I was also commenting on the general topic of people renting out their units "as hotel rooms" and undercutting regular businesses. Now, in your initial comment to my first post you could have just said that I was mistaken in that licenses aren't required for guesthouses, but you chose a rather nasty "if you had a clue", which is not at all constructive. Maybe you haven't had your morning coffee yet.

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18 minutes ago, nickstav said:

You are right there, but I was also commenting on the general topic of people renting out their units "as hotel rooms" and undercutting regular businesses. Now, in your initial comment to my first post you could have just said that I was mistaken in that licenses aren't required for guesthouses, but you chose a rather nasty "if you had a clue", which is not at all constructive. Maybe you haven't had your morning coffee yet.

Or maybe you should not make assertive statements on the matters you not competent or have any knowledge about?

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13 minutes ago, BestB said:

Or maybe you should not make assertive statements on the matters you not competent or have any knowledge about?

"you not competent"....you don't seem to be competent in the English language. It should be "you're not competent", a conjunction of the words you are. Let's just drop it brother. I have better things to do, as I'm sure you do also. Peace.

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