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Pattaya Hilton Hotel is closed. Building was dark except for signage, stairway lights and one room light.

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Will the last one out of Pattaya turn off the lights......

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12 minutes ago, Susco said:

They probably didn't switch it off tonight because they are not out of business, as the OP probably hopes going by his post history, but they only stopped taking bookings as they understand their responsibilities in the current corona climate

Well I guess the Hilton is the first hotel anywhere that has stopped taking bookings because of Corona......More like all the farang left in Thailand have no need for a $$$ hotel and the Hilton was loosing their ass being open......Corona yea right....

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Posted (edited)
17 minutes ago, Susco said:

Really? Maybe you should inform yourself better before posting Thai bashing drivel

 

You must have missed that thread just a few days ago about a famous group of hotels closed all his hotels in Bangkok and kept paying their employees.

 

Or the thread where minor group who owns lots of $$$$ hotels in Thailand, urged the government to close all hotels.

 

 

 Heinecke did not get to be mega successful by being stupid......I am pretty sure he saw the writing on the wall and saw profits were headed down the toilet...So he just decided to close shop for a while.....No I have not asked him this in person....But I bet if his hotels were doing well Corona or not they would not have closed...

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14 minutes ago, fforest1 said:

 Heinecke did not get to be mega successful by being stupid......I am pretty sure he saw the writing on the wall and saw profits were headed down the toilet...So he just decided to close shop for a while.....No I have not asked him this in person....But I bet if his hotels were doing well Corona or not they would not have closed...

Told you already to get informed before you post drivel.

 

AWC is not owned by Minor group. it is owned by the richest man in Thailand.

 

Oh wait, you are the same guy who started threads that Indian restaurants never have a customer, and other doom and gloom threads about everything in Pattaya

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look for the colapase of the entire hotel industry. 

they have been saying for weeks this will be one of the first sectors to go.

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13 minutes ago, Susco said:

Told you already to get informed before you post drivel.

 

AWC is not owned by Minor group. it is owned by the richest man in Thailand.

 

Oh wait, you are the same guy who started threads that Indian restaurants never have a customer, and other doom and gloom threads about everything in Pattaya

Ok I made a mistake........But I stand firm on the Indian restaurants not having customers....lol

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6 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

look for the colapase of the entire hotel industry. 

they have been saying for weeks this will be one of the first sectors to go.

 

Of course when there are no tourists hotels are redundant, but how about airlines?

 

Hotels will recover quickly, because also domestic tourism use hotels. Airlines is a completely different story.

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9 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

look for the colapase of the entire hotel industry. 

they have been saying for weeks this will be one of the first sectors to go.

Well when tourist can not come to thailand....It makes sense...

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