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Best local hotel for pooning?

wolverine

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According to trawler, Jenna of escort-locator.com is outcall only. Since my bathtub is a bit too small and my place is kinda messy, I think I'd like to book a hotel room. I've never had much of a need to book a hotel room in the same city where I live, apart from those lovely dives in Boyle St with the hourly rates during my SW pooning days. So which of the finer hotels in town will have in-suite jacuzzis?
 

Right Said Fred

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Try The Westin downtown, Wolf. I have heard they got nice rooms with Jacuzzi. Also try The Hollywood Room in Fantasyland Hotel in WEM. I have a friend who use to be a chambermaid there and she said wild parties would always take place in that room. The thing with the Hollywood Room is to book it in advance but not too sure how long in advance.
 

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Grendleaxe said:


I've also read about ladies having trouble getting into hotels after 10 or 11 pm. That is pretty much standard in my experience with major hotels in cities. And I'm just as glad they don't let people wander in off the street. I've never had anyone question visitors before that, or after that if they were escorted by me.
Axe,
You are absolutely right. I meet my lady at the front door. I've never had the desk clerk question me but I have gotten a few winks and smiles!;) :)
 

Pussyman

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That's A Great Idea

~Alexandria~ said:
Hey, I wonder if someone would pay me for writing reviews of hotels?
Hey Alex, I think you should publish a manual titled "The Escort And Pooners Guide To Accomadations In Edmonton" I know I would certainly buy it. Especially if I can get you to personally autograph it for me. ;)

I've found that all the hotels and motels on the Calgary Trail and Gateway Boulevard are very expensive. Even the grungy ones are way overpriced. Guess it has lots to do with location and demand.

Even though it's a bit of a drive, I've heard that the accomadations out in Nisku are very reasonable. Anyoone with any experiance there?
 

wolverine

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Thanks all...especially ~A~.

The Inn on 7th seems to cater to business travellers, and it's proximity to all those provincial government offices would keep it very busy, so I could understand them not wanting to book locals. Not that I agree with such a policy.

I agree with ~A~ about the east-end motels - not an area of town I'd even drive through at night, never mind staying. I have quite a story to tell about that:

A few years ago, I picked up this gorgeous young SW with huge tits who had a room at the Eastglen Motel, just east of the Rexall or whatever the Coliseum is named this week. After we finished our business and we came out of the room to drive her back downtown, we found the whole building surrounded by a SWAT team!!! My first thought was...well shit, this is rather excessive for cracking down on prostitution. But they waved us on, telling us to exit quickly and quietly and they made sure we got to my car. We asked one of the cops what was going on and he said that they were trying to take down a violent prison escapee who was holed up in one of the rooms. We got the hell out of there quickly before they realized what we were really doing there. After that, I've been very wary of the cheap motels in this town.
 

Dr. Doolittle

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From TERB

Priceline (www.priceline.com) is the best for U.S. cities. I just came back from Chicago on a 10 day tour and had booked a 4 star through priceline ( Wyndhamn Chicago) and received a very nice room. I only stayed there for a few days and then booked a suite at the House of Blues hotel which was amazing. The price for a 800 sq ft suite was $209 U.S. ( 2 full separate bathrooms, a t.v in the bathtub, living area, 2 desks, a safe in the closet) and the deal was found through the hotel's 1-800 number which just goes to show that if you book through Expedia or Travelocity, you may be paying more than the actual hotels rates that a hotel offers. Be sure to check the hotel website before prepaying through one of these sites. If you're touring in the U.S as I did, you may want to book a 4 star which offers good ammenties as well as making your clients feel comfortable in an incall environment.

Priceline does accept bookings from Canada. I do it all the time. You have to have a Mastercard or Amex in order to do it. Type in all your regular info but when it comes to state, type in California which is also considered CA for Canada and then for the zip code, type in 99999. It will work if you follow this. I pay $35 Us/night for a 3 star hotel or $60-70 U.S. for a 4 star when I'm in Toronto. Here is a message board related to Priceline: http://biddingfortravel.com It is a message board that gives you an idea of what to bid in different cities, states, provinces, and other countries. I have saved a lot of travelling expenses by doing this. You can also do it for rental cars in the U.S. or get a plan ticket as long as you fly out of the U.S.

You also may want to check out this message board http://biddingfortravel.com. It is where priceline users post their bids for different cities so you will know what to bid.

My own experience.

I have now twice used Priceline, and I just checked the message board and noticed some incredible prices for Edmonton.

I got a room in Ottawa at the Radisson for 4 nights for less than C$ 280.00 (TOTAL incl. tax) and I just booked 2 nights in the Kansas City area in a Holiday Inn Suites for US$ 26.00 per night, where AAA book shows US$ 84 – 109 per night.

Check it out.
 

Dr Phibes

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Mr Shatner is that you?

:p

Just kidding.
 
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