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Holiday Villa Rental Service Launched By Thaivisa

 

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Thaivisa continues to develop its role on being all things to all people interested in Thailand with the launch of its new Thailand holiday villa rental service villas.thaivisa.com.

 

Thailand's beauty and diversity continues to attract record numbers of tourists each year and finding the right accommodation really helps gives the very best experience when discovering this country.

 

"Thaivisa is determined to offer a first rate, all round service for foreigners with an interest in Thailand and be a one stop destination for all things Thailand specific - from immigration and visa information, to Thai news, comparison car insurance sites for expats, to hotel and now villa booking services." quotes Managing Director Dan Cheeseman.


Alternative accommodations (Homestay) are on the rise as there are lots of advantages for choosing a villa for a holiday in Thailand. They offer an exotic experience, a home away from home feel with a unique atmosphere that can’t be found anywhere else. They boast an unmatched level of intimacy, comfort and freedom. Not only do they come with a private pool for our guests to enjoy with their families and friends far from the crowd, but also with a wide range of high class facilities that are generally included such as a fully equipped kitchen, Jacuzzi, private garden, parking and BBQ.


All villa rentals come with a daily maid service, and a wide range of handy services are available such as airport transfer, private chef, babysitter, car rentals, food delivery and excursions, that can all be tailor made to fulfill our guests’ needs including locally employed customer support staff that speak Thai and English. Office staff can also assist in Russian, French and German.


Given all those advantages, holiday villas are a great value for money as on a per bed basis, the price breakdown of staying in a villa can be cheaper than staying in a comparable hotel or versus the cost of multiple hotel rooms for groups. Check out Thaivisas new Villa Booking service and see for yourself villas.thaivisa.com  

 

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1 hour ago, wakeupplease said:

Good Idea, its about time someone did this, big in Europe and the USA.

 

But to get the Brits and Europeans back it going to be hard work, but might be just what is needed.

Stop beating them up...........punching 4 thai onto 1 tourist and of course 2 tier pricing system that most thais think is ok

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1 hour ago, Mouseman 123 said:

This is illegal under Thai Law. The Hotel Act 2008 states that any property that is rented/leased for less than 30days requires a Hotel license.

So all current villas rented through various rental agencies and booking sites worldwide are illegal if for less than 30 days? If so and they were all stopped from now on there would be an awful lot of vacant properties. 

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Great idea. :thumbsup: 
Checked an area I know (Koh Samui). Fine variety of options. Prices in the affordable range (low end) is not than interesting compared to a resort – i.e. from around 2,500 baht/night per bedroom for a week, about 1.5 to 2 km from beach; same price level per room as a nice full serviced room in a beach front resort, but not beach-front room/bungalow, which for same price will be lower standard than the villa looks like – but it can be a question of privacy, and kitchen/dining facilities, etc.

However in the more luxury end, a private 2-bed beach-front villa with pool, can beat many beach-front bungalows and villas in a resort – room-price to room-price comparison, 6,000 baht/night per bedroom and up – but then comes the question of required service-level, where a resort may offer more, including restaurants and room-service.
A good option, especially for a family or group...:smile:

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2 hours ago, Mouseman 123 said:

This is illegal under Thai Law. The Hotel Act 2008 states that any property that is rented/leased for less than 30days requires a Hotel license.

 

Ridiculous to speak without knowing ! Hotel act only concerns condos and apartments.

 

What about having a new friend called Google ?

 

 

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11 minutes ago, bangkokairportlink said:

 

Ridiculous to speak without knowing ! Hotel act only concerns condos and apartments.

 

What about having a new friend called Google ?

 

 

 

1 hour ago, Arandora said:

So all current villas rented through various rental agencies and booking sites worldwide are illegal if for less than 30 days? If so and they were all stopped from now on there would be an awful lot of vacant properties. 

Arandora

 

can you not read. I was speaking about the property law in Thailand not Worldwide.

 

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15 minutes ago, bangkokairportlink said:

 

Ridiculous to speak without knowing ! Hotel act only concerns condos and apartments.

 

What about having a new friend called Google ?

 

 

Bangkokairportlink

 

If you take the time to read the Hotel Act 2008 it cover's every property in Thailand regardless of classification.

 

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55 minutes ago, Mouseman 123 said:

 

Arandora

 

can you not read. I was speaking about the property law in Thailand not Worldwide.

 

It's you who cannot read!  I was referring to the rental agencies worldwide who book rentals in Thailand for less than 30 days. You are implying that they are doing so illegally! 

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37 minutes ago, Arandora said:

It's you who cannot read!  I was referring to the rental agencies worldwide who book rentals in Thailand for less than 30 days. You are implying that they are doing so illegally! 

Yes!  They are doing it illegally!  It's against Thai law.  I hope ThaiVisa is respecting Thai law and not doing any rentals for less than 30 days.  ThaiVisa should be setting n example and respecting the law. 

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36 minutes ago, newnative said:

Yes!  They are doing it illegally!  It's against Thai law.  I hope ThaiVisa is respecting Thai law and not doing any rentals for less than 30 days.  ThaiVisa should be setting n example and respecting the law. 

:cheesy:

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1 hour ago, newnative said:

Yes!  They are doing it illegally!  It's against Thai law.  I hope ThaiVisa is respecting Thai law and not doing any rentals for less than 30 days.  ThaiVisa should be setting n example and respecting the law. 

If that's the case why not contact ThaiVisa and all the other agents (Thailand-villas.com has over 1000 villas and apartments on offer throughout Thialand, most of which are probably let for less than 30 days) and point out to them that they are acting illegally since you appear to know more about Thai law than they and their lawyers do?

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There are some negative people on here to say the least, sugar level must be low, esteem must be nonexistent or just plain Drunk or of low IQ.

 

A company comes along and tries an idea that will help the country with tourism, and you shoot it down without trying to give it a chance.

 

Some of you have been living in La La Land to long, get a life.

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looks like a front for thailandholidayhomes.com using their API's and listed properties ( Partner program ), website needs a few fixes...

 

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3 hours ago, newnative said:

Yes!  They are doing it illegally!  It's against Thai law.  I hope ThaiVisa is respecting Thai law and not doing any rentals for less than 30 days.  ThaiVisa should be setting n example and respecting the law. 

 

Since when is it your business ? You don't have a life and family to care about ?

 

 

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1 hour ago, wakeupplease said:

There are some negative people on here to say the least, sugar level must be low, esteem must be nonexistent or just plain Drunk or of low IQ.

 

A company comes along and tries an idea that will help the country with tourism, and you shoot it down without trying to give it a chance.

 

Some of you have been living in La La Land to long, get a life.

 

A company robbing every single customer by renting all properties at higher price than any other website ? And they come to help tourism ?

 

 

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1 minute ago, bangkokairportlink said:

 

A company robbing every single customer by renting all properties at higher price than any other website ? And they come to help tourism ?

 

 

Thats how you get quality tourists and not cheap skates

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2 hours ago, bangkokairportlink said:

 

Since when is it your business ? You don't have a life and family to care about ?

 

 

Nobody is stopping anyone from renting a condo or a villa and making money.  They just need to obey the law and rent for at least a month, not daily or weekly like a hotel.  It's anybody's business when the condo or villa next door is being treated like a hotel room.  People don't want to live in a hotel with all the hotel problems and issues, they want to live in residences.

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4 hours ago, Arandora said:

If that's the case why not contact ThaiVisa and all the other agents (Thailand-villas.com has over 1000 villas and apartments on offer throughout Thialand, most of which are probably let for less than 30 days) and point out to them that they are acting illegally since you appear to know more about Thai law than they and their lawyers do?

  "point out to them that they are acting illegally".   Lol.   How long have you been in Thailand, abt 15 minutes?  

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