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    Hotels with themed rooms

    Can someone please post a list of hotels with nice themed rooms?

    Thank you

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    Hotel Lust has theme rooms, though it is not a real hotel, it is a day visit swinger club. So it depends what you want to use it for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Dick
    Hotel Lust has theme rooms, though it is not a real hotel, it is a day visit swinger club. So it depends what you want to use it for.
    www.hotel-le-rivage.com

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    in Laval, Le Fabreville 4301 Dagenais ouest

    www.lefabreville.com

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    I must say that the Fabreville and Hotel Rivage look very nice.
    And for such fancy rooms, actually quite reasonable.

    I am wondering, I imagine they are friendly to SPs? I mean, can you get a room and have an SP show up later without things being awkward.

    Chablis St-Jacques is my usual place and there is certainly no problem there. They have theme rooms too, or course.

    Thanks for any and all opinions!
    J Edgar Whoever

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    FYI,

    I just chatted with someone at Le Rivage, and they have no smoking rooms, if that's important to you (or your guest! )
    Regarding Le Fabreville, some of the rooms are for smokers. Might have more info later. Not sure yet.

    SF

    PS: Sorry to revive an old thread. It's the one coming up on the search

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    Hello all


    One of the most famous Theme suit in Canada http://www.fairmont.com/queen-elizab...l-suite-offer/

    BED-IN FOR PEACE PACKAGE
    Almost forty five years ago, John Lennon and Yoko Ono were the most talked-about visitors in Montréal when they chose to hold their Bed-In for Peace in suite 1742 of Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel. During this worldwide media event, the couple had gave up to 150 interviews every day! The highlight of this famous protest was Lennon’s composition of the song Give Peace A Chance which he wrote and recorded in the Suite. His fans are invited to relive the legend with the Bed-in for Peace package.





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    Booker

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    Quote Originally Posted by BookerL View Post
    One of the most famous Theme suit in Canada http://www.fairmont.com/queen-elizab...l-suite-offer/
    Come on! From that link you provided, it's clearly not in the same price range. Give us a break!

    "Rates:
    From $799 CAD per night, based on double occupancy, in the John Lennon and Yoko Ono Suite.Taxes and gratuities are not included."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SensualFlight View Post
    Come on! From that link you provided, it's clearly not in the same price range. Give us a break!

    "Rates:
    From $799 CAD per night, based on double occupancy, in the John Lennon and Yoko Ono Suite.Taxes and gratuities are not included."
    Hello SensualFlight


    I agree it is not the same price ,actually way,way over ,but nowhere ,the word cheap or any synonyms where used in this thread in asking for themed rooms .

    I have been in the John Lennon, Yoko Ono suit ,I was impressed ,not only by the price ,but by the history it carries and the special retro cachet




    Cheers




    Booker

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    Quote Originally Posted by BookerL View Post
    I agree it is not the same price ,actually way,way over ,but nowhere ,the word cheap or any synonyms where used in this thread in asking for themed rooms .
    I hope you're not implying I'd be cheap!
    (Please don't reply. I'm just kidding)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Edgar Who View Post
    I must say that the Fabreville and Hotel Rivage look very nice.
    And for such fancy rooms, actually quite reasonable.

    I am wondering, I imagine they are friendly to SPs? I mean, can you get a room and have an SP show up later without things being awkward.

    Chablis St-Jacques is my usual place and there is certainly no problem there. They have theme rooms too, or course.

    Thanks for any and all opinions!
    They are Hotels/Motels, I have been to, many times ,The Rivage is really far for a Downtown based Montreal agency ,you might save on the room but have way less choices in the ladies because many wont service it unless a Multi-hours are Multi girls Booking and simply others wont.


    Le Fabreville after traffic hours is very manageable.


    And yes they are SP friendly ,you can bring girls without passing through front office .
    They are more a motel structure then hotel ,some room doors giving to the outside .





    Cheers




    Booker

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