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This is what Scott posted on 20th October Right guys my sensible idea of a nice ladyboy bar would be the following. Big internal double unit bar Fully Air conditioned Seating outside the front of the bar to watch the world go by. 3 TVs playing premiership football and other sports Long bar the same size as Sensations has now. Lounge area with settees On top of the usual bottled beers there will be Draught beer with iced glasses. 60’s 70’s and 80’s music dvds playing on the TV’s and through sound system Pool table. Own toilet 2 short time rooms 5 guest rooms fitted out to a high standard. Access to the guest rooms through a side entrance. Open at 12 o'clock in the afternoon Roof top area, decked out and fun pool with gazebos for normal use or private parties. Situated in the heart of soi Buakhaow If you think that would be nice then that’s exactly what the new Sensations is going to be, we are taking Sensations to the next level. 1st phase is the bar which we hope to open the first week of November. Other phases will follow on behind. Big thanks to all our customers who have supported us at the old place for the last 3 years. Without loyal support this couldn’t happen, we hope it will be to your liking and you will continue to support us and our girls in the new venue.
Ive just had a PM off my mate Headroom, he thinks the rooms are great here and its opposite the new Baby Boom you can find it here.... http://www.gardenbuakhaohotel.com/index.html BAR Our bar is located right under the hotel and is open 24 hours / 24 all year long. Our Belgian Beers : ▪ Kriek St. Louis (4°) This beer has a ruby color, with a fine pink foam and a very fruity nose is slightly sweet. ▪ Hoegardeen Blanche (4,9°) Hoegaarden is a white Belgian beer that is among the best known outside the Kingdom of Belgium. It is adorned with a beautiful creamy and durable white foam crossed by a delicate effervescence. It gives off a nice fruity and spicy nose reminiscent of citrus, coriander and hops. ▪ Leffe Blond (6,6°) Brewed by Leffe Abbey since 1240, this beer has a character in the height of his fame. Leffe Blond adorn itself in the glass with a beautiful dress of a coppery blond wearing a creamy and persistent foam. It develops a nice effervescence, moderate but substainable.