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oohsixman

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #30 on: August 24, 2017, 09:12:54 PM »
I stayed there this past June.  This place is chica friendly. There is a guard at night that will collect id's. The chicas can get their ids back from the bar in the morning.  I paid $78 a night for 5 nights. The rooms have balconies. Pictures on the site are legit. I will try to post some by tomorrow.  The hotel has a locking gate that requires a key swipe to get out. I lock up everything in my safe before I get in bed with a chica. Trust me, she is not going anywhere without the key. The pool and deck is private and amazing. Location is phenomenal.  Close to everything. Food at Bailey's is very good. Breakfast is not included.  I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. I will be staying there again in September.  I contact Kevin thru WhatsApp to book. Just email the website and he will send his number. As far as kids, I didn't see any up in the hotel area. Yes, there is a little playground downstairs, but there is also a few businesses in there. I give the place my highest recommendation. I have stayed everywhere down town in my 7 plus years of visiting the area.
I was there for July 4th for 10 days and never gave a chicas ID to anyone. I used the side entrance, so maybe he stays up toward the front entrance, I don't know. Everything else said here, I agree with....good spot. I just like to use that side entrance toward the bank for the privacy of myself and the chicas.

Thanks bruh, during the day there was no one on security while I was there. Late at night , there was s security guy when I was there.  I used the side entrance as well. That is where he was. They may have gotten rid of him. It was hit or miss with him. He didn't stay by the gate. Either way, I had no issues. I felt totally secure the whole time. This is great place. I will be back in 11 days.

George Schmidt

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #31 on: August 24, 2017, 09:55:38 PM »
Thank you for all the info, gentlemen.  I'm staying there in October.  Did anyone get to check out the room on the top floor overlooking the pool?

Also, when you say daily room service, do you mean maid service or food delivered up from Bailey's or is both available?
How do you actually check in if there is no front desk?

Is it cool to have chicas at the pool?
Sorry....just saw this. Yes, you have maid service every day. Yes, you can order food from Baileys at any time before midnight and they will bring it to your room. I took a menu and kept it in my room and just called the restaurant from my Dominican cell-phone and ordered whenever. You will check in right at the restaurant when you arrive. Just enter next to the restaurant and they will be sitting there at one of the booths near the bar. He just grabbed the key and walked me to my room and we filled out a couple of things in the room.....that was all for checking in. I believe they still use the restaurant office for the hotel as of now....but its very small.

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #32 on: August 25, 2017, 05:58:10 AM »
Thank you for all the info, gentlemen.  I'm staying there in October.  Did anyone get to check out the room on the top floor overlooking the pool?

Also, when you say daily room service, do you mean maid service or food delivered up from Bailey's or is both available?
How do you actually check in if there is no front desk?

Is it cool to have chicas at the pool?
Sorry....just saw this. Yes, you have maid service every day. Yes, you can order food from Baileys at any time before midnight and they will bring it to your room. I took a menu and kept it in my room and just called the restaurant from my Dominican cell-phone and ordered whenever. You will check in right at the restaurant when you arrive. Just enter next to the restaurant and they will be sitting there at one of the booths near the bar. He just grabbed the key and walked me to my room and we filled out a couple of things in the room.....that was all for checking in. I believe they still use the restaurant office for the hotel as of now....but its very small.

Does Bailee's still charge a full price for food for the Hotel guest or do they get some discount?

Troy Hopkins

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #33 on: August 25, 2017, 02:00:18 PM »
Thank you for all the info, gentlemen.  I'm staying there in October.  Did anyone get to check out the room on the top floor overlooking the pool?

Also, when you say daily room service, do you mean maid service or food delivered up from Bailey's or is both available?
How do you actually check in if there is no front desk?

Is it cool to have chicas at the pool?
Sorry....just saw this. Yes, you have maid service every day. Yes, you can order food from Baileys at any time before midnight and they will bring it to your room. I took a menu and kept it in my room and just called the restaurant from my Dominican cell-phone and ordered whenever. You will check in right at the restaurant when you arrive. Just enter next to the restaurant and they will be sitting there at one of the booths near the bar. He just grabbed the key and walked me to my room and we filled out a couple of things in the room.....that was all for checking in. I believe they still use the restaurant office for the hotel as of now....but its very small.

Does Bailee's still charge a full price for food for the Hotel guest or do they get some discount?
I was told no discount for guests.

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #34 on: November 11, 2017, 06:25:50 PM »
What could I expect to pay per night at the beginning of January?  At this time I'm seeing $80.

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #35 on: November 11, 2017, 08:21:50 PM »
I stayed at playa Chiquita villa and also Europa

Europa NEVER AGAIN!!!! But damn sosua inn hotel is nice!!!!!!! Definitely worth 80-100. A night no blinking!!!!
And it’s literally in the heart of everything
These hoes ain't loyal.

oohsixman

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #36 on: November 19, 2017, 09:26:43 PM »
I just booked it thru my man "Kevin" for $75  a night for the week. I will be there 19-26 January


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What could I expect to pay per night at the beginning of January?  At this time I'm seeing $80.
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George Schmidt

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #37 on: November 19, 2017, 09:58:10 PM »
I stayed at playa Chiquita villa and also Europa

Europa NEVER AGAIN!!!! But damn sosua inn hotel is nice!!!!!!! Definitely worth 80-100. A night no blinking!!!!
And it’s literally in the heart of everything
Hey bru....what happened at Europa? You get a bad room? I never had or heard of any complaints in the last few years about Europa. Kind of shocked to hear that. It's not Casa Valeria, but for $40/night it's tough to beat. Hope it didn't ruin your trip.

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #38 on: December 03, 2017, 09:20:05 PM »
hoes love the rooms above bailys,,ha ha  on of my regs took a selfie there,, I asume one of you sirs were smashing her,, As old Cuba dave says it like renting a nice car once your done let the other guy have his ride , !

George Schmidt

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #39 on: February 06, 2018, 08:26:22 AM »
I just booked it thru my man "Kevin" for $75  a night for the week. I will be there 19-26 January


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What could I expect to pay per night at the beginning of January?  At this time I'm seeing $80.
[/quote] oohsixman,how was your stay?

Coolbreeze

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #40 on: February 06, 2018, 04:42:09 PM »
Do they have two bedroom rooms? I am going with a friend in May. We want to share a place but have separate rooms for the main events.

George Schmidt

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #41 on: February 06, 2018, 10:16:50 PM »
Do they have two bedroom rooms? I am going with a friend in May. We want to share a place but have separate rooms for the main events.
Not sure, but I don't think so. Send Kevin a message on WhatsApp and ask him.....829 568 1815  Your best bet for 2 rooms would probably be airbnb.....https://www.airbnb.com/a/?af=43720035&c=.pi0.pk25650614176_233093750306_c_59096481935&gclid=CjwKCAiAweXTBRAhEiwAmb3Xu6c_i30BDfaSB2Fxee0cx-LPzEQyrEHPCOIL7W2u821cIXezoG2eUxoCnHwQAvD_BwE
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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #42 on: February 09, 2018, 08:00:57 PM »
How was the Wi-Fi service?  Slow internet connection or decent for Wi-Fi calling?

George Schmidt

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #43 on: February 11, 2018, 01:13:30 PM »
How was the Wi-Fi service?  Slow internet connection or decent for Wi-Fi calling?
I stayed last July in room 203 and it worked ok. Went out on me a couple times for a little while, but overall it was good. Not sure about the other rooms.

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Re: Sosua Inn Hotel
« Reply #44 on: February 16, 2018, 12:38:07 AM »
I like what hear about Sosua Inn.Only thing I am concerned about is the lax security. Not worried about theft, but I do like a front desk person checking cedulas/IDs, etc. and holding them until we're done. I don't take any chances on underage chicas. No matter how old she looks I want an ID check. Also I suppose a chica who knows there's no security would be more likely to get into a beef with you about money or something else. But hey, maybe I'm just being paranoid.
Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place. Sosua will do just fine.

 


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