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"Oakwood Residences"

spacer.gif 291 Soi Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra 24, New Sathorn Road, Chongnonsee | Bangkok, Thailand | + (66-2) 672-0200

http://www.oakwood.com/corporate-apartment...owPolicies.html

I had great difficulty finding a place in Bangkok that would accept a dog as big as mine (Giant Schnauzer, weighs 60lbs/27kg). Most of the "pet-friendly" hotel finding websites list the same hotels, and most of the hotels do not accept animals weighing more than 11lbs/5kg... my cat is heavier than that! Most 'pet-friendly hotel finding websites' have a customer service hotline, call the website hotline and have them do the leg work for you, in most cases they have easy access to the pet regulations data for each hotel. Once you find the hotel you want, invest in an international call, and call to confirm that your pet meets the hotel requirements.

Here is Oakwood's pet policy:

  • Two pet maximum per unit (one canine and one feline).
  • Maximum weight limit 75 lbs.
  • All canines/felines must be spayed or neutered.
  • All inoculations must be current, proof must be supplied.
  • All canines must be licensed and must wear collar and current ID tags.
  • Owners must provide litter box for felines.
  • Canine breed restrictions apply.

I've been at Oakwood a week now, and it's been great. I've met 4 other doggies staying at the hotel so far. They have a run of grass & potted plants on the side of the hotel, plus a grassy garden in front which you are allowed to use for your pet's potty breaks. And the longer you stay, the cheaper the nightly rate. I'm booked for several weeks, and the nightly rate is half of what is listed on the website.

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Flora House ( http://www.florahouse.4t.com/ ) is a very nice and reasonably priced place that DOES accept pets. We stayed there for two months at the end of last year, with our four cats, while searching for a house and waiting for our stuff (furniture etc.) to arrive.

/ Priceless

Cats only

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hi all... my name's jerry.. i'm sorry if i was enter wrong room to ask.. I live in jakarta, indonesia. in january, ihave a plan wih my wife, to go to thailand.. may You help me? i would like to go to chatuchak weekend market.. how can i get there from the international airport? and can u tell me which hotel that near from chatuchak?? we don't need the expensive one.. and if it possible, we would like to makes friend with citizen.. Thank's..

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If you are going to Phuket, you might like to give CC Blooms (076-333-222 or 07-333-223) a try. I stayed there with my bulldog over Christmas and the was wonderful. Everyone was really friendly and helpful.

Taking a pet around Thailand usually involves staying in a really basic hotel room(no internet, a hard to operate water heater, a slightly uncomfortable bed), it is such a relief to find somewhere with all the comforts of home (wireless internet, DVD player, a small pantry, etc).

Here's a picture I took of the place...

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... and here's my dog is under the bench in front of our room waiting to go to the beach.

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Does anyone know of places on Ko Samet, Rayong where we can stay with our 2 dogs?

They are 27 & 17 Kg, neutered and have all papers including British pet passports.

They are lurchers.

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In Sihanoukville (Kampong Som) Cambodia:

Orchidee guesthouse

www.orchidee-guesthouse.com

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Pets Allowed in Ayutthaya Garden Hut

http://www.ayutthayagardenhut.com/index.php

This very nice, quiet, friendly resort is made of 5 clean, new Bungalows having each Air Conditioning and ceramic bathroom where you can let your pets sleep at night. The owners accept dogs and cats. The owners are dog lovers, having about 4 dogs of their own living in a separate garden next to the resort. You can have your dogs roam in the garden and play freely if you wish so. The price is very reasonable (800 - 1,000 Bahts per night). It is very near the city center and yet totally quiet and isolated. The owners do not speak English, so as a friend to call them if you want information (H/P: 081 780 28 73). Highly recommend this place for a week end break and peaceful relaxation.

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Pets allowed in Chiang Dao Nest resort

http://www.chiangdao.com/nest/

This resort, about 60 km from Chiang Mai, is ideally located in the mountain, surrounded by big bamboo trees and beautiful view. THey allow small pets (dogs and cats) but the owners have two cats roaming freely in the big garden. It is a beautiful place to relax and feel regenerated. The Ratan bungalows are very nice, clean and very well maintained. The rates are cheap (500 to 700 per night depending on season) and the food excellent. There are two Chiang Dao Nest resort. The Nest 2 is the most recent where they serve Thai food. The first one, much better located with big trees in the middle of the garden, serve Western food only. The food is absolutely delicious but not cheap, count about 400 bahts minimum per person per lunch or dinner, but the quality and taste is really surprising and worth trying. Highly recommand it.

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These are listed on animal accomodation sites as pet friendly

Prince Palace Hotel - Bangkok

488/800 Bo Bae Tower, Damrongrak Road, (Off Krungkasem Road) Klong Mahanak, Pomprab,Bangkok 10100, Thailand.

Tel : (66) 2628-1111

Fax : (66) 2628-1000

Some of the larger hotel chains have pet friendly policies.

Holiday Inn Resort Regent Beach Cha-Am

849/21 Petchkasem Rd. ,Cha-Am Beach , Petchburi 76120 Thailand

Tel +66 32 451240 Fax +66 32 471491

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Hi Bambina

I would like to point out that the URL you quote below is incorrect.

The 3 letter domain is .net. = http://www.comeonplace.net/

Regards

Ally

I googled " Kum mon place" in Chiang Mai but couldn't find anything.

Anyone know more about it ?

from google

คำม่อนเพลส close Nong Buad Haad Park , Bumrung Buri Rd, near Suan Prung Gate

http://www.comeonplace.com/

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Pets allowed in Chiang Dao Nest resort

http://www.chiangdao.com/nest/

This resort, about 60 km from Chiang Mai, is ideally located in the mountain, surrounded by big bamboo trees and beautiful view. THey allow small pets (dogs and cats) but the owners have two cats roaming freely in the big garden. It is a beautiful place to relax and feel regenerated. The Ratan bungalows are very nice, clean and very well maintained. The rates are cheap (500 to 700 per night depending on season) and the food excellent. There are two Chiang Dao Nest resort. The Nest 2 is the most recent where they serve Thai food. The first one, much better located with big trees in the middle of the garden, serve Western food only. The food is absolutely delicious but not cheap, count about 400 bahts minimum per person per lunch or dinner, but the quality and taste is really surprising and worth trying. Highly recommand it.

I was really looking forward to go there, but we just called and they said no dogs :o

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PHITSANULOK garder correr resort 350baht with air con 055 322033 0869276776 www.gardencornerresort com

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