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If I Share a Room in an ASQ Hotel with my Thai partner and son do I have to pay for them ?


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Not married can’t share, have Thailand raised their morals ?

it's really a scam !    

Lol, are you for real? Firstly you are not married and you cannot share an ASQ room. Even if you could the rate would be for 3 people minus any discounts that the hotel would offer. Costs are for the

9 minutes ago, Jumbo1968 said:

Looking at ‘biting the bullet’ and applying for a COE, my Thai partner and son are currently in the U.K. with me. If they shared a room in an ASQ Hotel would I have to pay for them  ?
I believe Thais don’t have to pay for their quarantine, I have enquired at the Embassy but they didn’t reply.

I believe if multiple family members share a room there is a fee for each person in ASQ, it's listed on each individual Hotel posting for ASQ. Thai nationals can travel to Thailand on repatriation flights and go to the State Run facilities for free but you can not go there with them. I'm not sure if your married since you said partner and am not sure how the Hotel regulations would deal with that as most hotels list that you must supply a marriage certificate. IF you have birth certificate showing parentage I would hope that would be enough but I think its the decision of the Hotel

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1 minute ago, ThaIrish Sean said:

I have asked 6 ASQs if my Thai daughter has to pay to share the room, and the answer was yes although some offered a reduced rate.

The alternative would be for my partner and son to go through the process without me and for me to book an ASQ independently but that would mean leaving my partner to cope wit our very lively 5 year old on her own.

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2 minutes ago, Dan O said:

I believe if multiple family members share a room there is a fee for each person in ASQ, it's listed on each individual Hotel posting for ASQ. Thai nationals can travel to Thailand on repatriation flights and go to the State Run facilities for free but you can not go there with them. I'm not sure if your married since you said partner and am not sure how the Hotel regulations would deal with that as most hotels list that you must supply a marriage certificate. IF you have birth certificate showing parentage I would hope that would be enough but I think its the decision of the Hotel

Unfortunately the cost would be prohibitive to pay for all 3 of us over ad above the cost of the air fares.

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1 hour ago, Jumbo1968 said:

I received a reply from the Embassy last night, they sent a list of ASQ Hotels and said it was up to me to negotiate a price.

The regular prices, including those for extra occupants, are on their brochures, but so is the married rule.

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Why am I not for real, Hotels are quite happy to  allow ‘guests’ some for free in their rooms so what’s the difference now. I have been cohabiting with my partner for over 6 years, we have currently been living in the same house in the U.K. since March and we would be travelling back as a family on the same flight.
Has Covid all of sudden made Thailand raise. their moral standards or is it just another way of ‘fleecing’ foreigners ?

 

 

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The difference is the hospital fee is per person. They also provide you with 3 meals a day. Thais have to pay for ASQ, only the state quarantine is free. You cannot compare an ASQ to a normal hotel stay. They have a long list of requirements from the government that they need to respect.

 

 

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