Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

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Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

Post by digitaldorobo » Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:37 am

Hi,

I am in Hua Hin and about to start studying Thai in January, 2018.

I am looking for a budget to intermediate-level hotel or apartment that will allow my dog.
4 kg, 6 years old. Trained not to bark. If I have to go out, she wears a bark-prevention collar, just in case.

We've lived in Thailand for 5 months now in different apartments and hotels (different provinces) with no issues at all.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I've just arrived in Hua Hin.

cheers and thanks

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Re: Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

Post by Bluesky » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:32 am

We stayed in IBIS Hua Hin with our dog whilst looking for a house for about 1 month. It may provide a stepping stone to allow you to explore more permanent options. Finding something 'pet friendly' longer term will probably require a bit of footwork around the local area.

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Re: Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

Post by digitaldorobo » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:51 am

Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

I stayed at Ibis in Bangkok and they were militant in terms of me not leaving my dog alone in the room, even for 30 mins.

Hopefully Ibis here is more flexible.

I'll check them out.

cheers

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Re: Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

Post by migrant » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:44 am

We come up from Bang Saphan quite often and bring our dogs (2).

Baan Rajdamnern is very nice and, being directly across from Market Village, convenient. They also have a back path to the beach. Only drawback, for us, is there is no real grassy areas for our dogs to go to the bathroom. We have a large yard in BS and they are not used to concrete. There is a large parking lot if not an issue for you. Not the cheapest but, as in all Thailand, longer terms are generally negotiable.

Mondara is up a ways from Petchkasim but nice 2 bedroom places that have a very small patch of grass and parking area behind a fence. They are also not cheap, but very nice people

About 5 km south of Cha Am center, if not too far for you is Dang Ky. They have very clean rooms, grassy areas and right off Petchkasim. Inexpensive but a little out from Hua Hin.

Never tried Ibis, one of our dogs does not have great bladder care so when she wants to go out it' needs to be quick. The ones I mention are all one story.
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Re: Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

Post by BruceJ » Tue Jan 02, 2018 2:46 pm

Have been to Mondara a few months ago, Not a single complain from me. Recommended.

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Re: Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

Post by digitaldorobo » Tue Jan 02, 2018 5:04 pm

Thanks everyone for your advice; it looks like I have secured an apartment.

cheers

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Re: Hotel/Apartment - small (4kg) dog friendly

Post by MikaQ5 » Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:52 pm

I highly recommend Mondara - ( and the Ibis as a short term solution )

I live in Mondara currently (since August ) with my 2 boxer dogs - with zero issues
It's a family run business and the owners / staff are a dream to work with
I pay 15,000 for a new modern 2 bed townhouse ( just a monthly contract ) with a very secure back and front yard - I have no problem leaving my 2 on their own for a few hours shopping etc as it's very secure

That's the main thing for me - the place is safe for the dog to stay

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