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Re: Love motels

Postby tango42 » 23 Sep 2015, 17:39

kingofka wrote:
tango42 wrote:There are love motels everywhere. A lot of the hotels along nearly any street rent by the 1/2/3 hour blocks for love. Some as cheap as $800. Many of them are recognizable by the curtain across the driveway door so people can't see the cars parked just inside. And many are just walk up and may have darker doors or curtains so people can't easily see in from the street. And others just look like regular hotels.

I don't think rooms are much less than $4000 at Wego on Linsen Bei Lu but the rooms are more luxurious than the Hyatt with more amenities including special equipment, motorized and non-motorized chairs/beds, themes, vending machines inside the room with toys available for purchase, room service, huge hot tubs inside the room... Taizhong has more variety in themed rooms.

Or so I've heard :roll:


That one costs $1500. I went to that one already. No it does not cost $4000


Maybe the $4000 was deluxe and might of included extra hours. It includes a garage to park the car.
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Re: Love motels

Postby dabomb_gent » 23 Sep 2015, 18:49

http://www.we-go.com.tw/

You can find all the info on their website.
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Re: Love motels

Postby The boss of who » 23 Sep 2015, 21:01

kingofka wrote:
tango42 wrote:There are love motels everywhere. A lot of the hotels along nearly any street rent by the 1/2/3 hour blocks for love. Some as cheap as $800. Many of them are recognizable by the curtain across the driveway door so people can't see the cars parked just inside. And many are just walk up and may have darker doors or curtains so people can't easily see in from the street. And others just look like regular hotels.

I don't think rooms are much less than $4000 at Wego on Linsen Bei Lu but the rooms are more luxurious than the Hyatt with more amenities including special equipment, motorized and non-motorized chairs/beds, themes, vending machines inside the room with toys available for purchase, room service, huge hot tubs inside the room... Taizhong has more variety in themed rooms.

Or so I've heard :roll:


That one costs $1500. I went to that one already. No it does not cost $4000


4000 (more or less) is for the whole night. 2 hours = $1500. That's for the "normal" rooms (which are fantastic!)
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Re: Love motels

Postby hkbforum » 20 Nov 2015, 23:48

Re: Wego, is one branch better than the other? Or are they about on par with each other?
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