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A fairly forgettable hotel with smelly drains and surly staff. I was hung up on twice when asking for WiFi pass code. Wanted me to come down to get it, I told them I had pen and paper.
Slept well though on a comfy single...More
Good points - The room was clean, simple, good choice of TV channels, free soap, fresh towels, free bottled of water everyday, free wifi (when it was eventually given to us)
Bad Points - When we first arrived they said they had no password for...More
We booked this hotel right before Xmas when all the old city accommodations had already been taken. The hotel indeed looks a bit Kafkaesque, a funny farm/detention center hybrid, but it apparently has so many rooms that it's capable of digesting any number of incoming...More
Spent a few nights here. Centrally located and was the cheapest in Chiang Mai while we were here. Air conditioning, bathroom/shower, mini fridge two single beds and surprisingly clean for $300 BHT a night ($10 CAD).
Basic and overpriced - like another poster said, you can have much nicer accommodation for cheaper. There are no personal touches and each room looks and feels like a bit of a prison room, which many foreigners joke about after staying there. The staff are...More
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Response from warmbeerhater | Reviewed this property |
noon, which is the standard for 97%+ hotels in Thailand. Call the front desk...1 hour for free, after that, they do a several hour promotion. it will depend on how long you have stayed, how busy they are, etc...but they do... More
noon, which is the standard for 97%+ hotels in Thailand. Call the front desk...1 hour for free, after that, they do a several hour promotion. it will depend on how long you have stayed, how busy they are, etc...but they do have a luggage storage room.