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    Booking at Chablis

    Hello
    A real novice here. How does it work at Chablis? booking, paying?
    Thanks for your help

    Rick

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    Cheking in

    You present yourself at the front desk. Ask for a 4 hours room. The lady will offer you some room choices, you give her the money, and she gives you the key.

    Tips. Park in the Parking lot. They will ask you for your car model, colour and plate number. If you do not give the lady this information, she might ask you for a credit card print...it is to protect against vandalism.

    And here you go...call your SP and wait while watching the porn chanel.

    Have a great one.

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    You can give whatever plate number that comes to your mind...any but yours!!!
    Same for the car...park before going to the front desk! You may also park at the Super C just opposite the motel if you go to the one on St-Jacques!
    I prefer the "Ideal" on Lajeunesse!!!...or even the "Chablis" on Sherbrooke in the east!
    The Chablis on St-Jacques has been discussed in other threads (LE locking up the place), may be someone could provide the links!
    Last edited by Lawless; 08-12-2005 at 09:09 PM.

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    Chablis : Good choice?

    Hi!
    I was considering booking a 4 hour room at Le Chablis on Sherbrooke but I'm a little concerned about what the staff thinks about escorts coming there. Since you can't access the rooms via parking (you have to pass in front of the desk), I was wondering if the clerks were discreete...

    Is this a good place to meet escorts or what?

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    Chablis: 3 hrs now!

    Hotel Chablis on Sherbrooke East is now booking just 3 hours not 4, at least in the afternoon. The rooms are very nice, prices increasing. The entire staff knows why we are there and it is not for a 3 hour nap. There are side doors for any who require discreteness.

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    VictorVT,

    All Chablis & Motel Ideals work the exact same way in that they offer 3 or 4 hour stays (always thought it was 4 hour stays) but why go to the one in the east end of the city ? Stay central (Chablis-St Jacques) & you're going to be more likely to get a prompt service as opposed to the east end where less of the clientele may be & further from the major downtown hotels. During afternoon rush hours especially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StripperLover
    VictorVT,

    All Chablis & Motel Ideals work the exact same way in that they offer 3 or 4 hour stays (always thought it was 4 hour stays) but why go to the one in the east end of the city ?
    The big advantage of the Chablis in the east is that they require no ID whereas the one on St-Jacques asks for a driver's license. I like room 400 at Chablis on Sherbrooke east and I have tried other rooms as well (I think 308 was alright but 105 was so so). As far as traffic is concerned, if it's rush hour, getting to St-Jacques could be hell.

    The major drawback of the Chablis is the traffic of people - too risky if you want to keep a low profile.

    GG

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    Quote Originally Posted by General Gonad
    The big advantage of the Chablis in the east is that they require no ID whereas the one on St-Jacques asks for a driver's license. GG
    I have used a number of different types of rooms at the Chablis on St-Jacques and have never been asked for any ID, not even a credit card, as recently as in the past month.

    Is this a new policy at the Chablis on St-Jacques?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Kramer
    Is this a new policy at the Chablis on St-Jacques?

    Rex,

    To be honest I haven't been there since I saw Lili Love a while ago (November or October? I can't remember). But what I do remember is that they asked me for my driver's license on St-Jacques and it pissed me off. It never happens to me on Sherbrooke east. Lately, I just book at the Holiday Inn Express or some other hotel that is reasonably priced. But I still like the Chablis for quick and easy rooms.

    GG
    Last edited by General Gonad; 04-27-2006 at 09:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Kramer
    I have used a number of different types of rooms at the Chablis on St-Jacques and have never been asked for any ID, not even a credit card, as recently as in the past month.

    Is this a new policy at the Chablis on St-Jacques?
    It's been about 2 years or so since I stayed at the Chablis St. Jacques. Back then, I would book the entire night since I planned on seeing more than one lady a day. Whenever I checked in, I was always asked for a piece of ID without exception. I have never stayed at the St. Jacques for just 4 hours. Perhaps this may be why.

    On the other hand, I have never had to give any form of ID for Chablis on Sherbrooke.

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    I think that the time of day has to do with when the ask or don't ask for ID.

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    Cool IDs

    Have been using that place (on St-Jacques) for the last 15 years and never been asked for any ID....always pay cash though!
    Anytime of the day!
    Same with the one on Sherbrooke East!

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    franky sayz
    chablis is the best. I use it quite often when I don't want to use my own house. I like all the rooms and find the mirrors quite amusing. the suites are especially nice. I have had to produce ID at several occasions. I think this is becoming the norm. The place is tailor made for escorts. I generally use the st. jacques chablis and prefer that one to the sherbrooke venue.
    franky

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    I use quite often the Chablis St-Jacques West and, to a lesser extent, the Chablis Cadillac (Lacordaire/Sherbrooke East) as well as the Ideal up north on Lajeunesse. You can add hours at all these places whether the standard rental block is 3 or 4 hours. Cost for the additional hours is proportional to the basic rate (if it's 60$/3 hours, the additional hour is 20$).

    I never got asked for an ID but I always pay cash and rent either in the afternoon or early evening. They do ask for a deposit if you are renting a suite or one of their renovated room with HD TV and audio system. If you park your car on premises, they will ask you the brand, color and license plate of your car. If you don't want to provide this information, just park on the street.

    Lion Heart
    Last edited by Lion Heart; 04-27-2006 at 10:47 PM.

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    If you pay cash, can you expect automatic relief from the occasional ID requirement? Because when you pay cash no questions should be asked of you..................

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