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Yaang Come Village more than lived up to our expectations. We were a family getting together from different parts of the world for a special birthday celebration and I cannot think of a better place to be than Chiang Mai and Yaang Come in particular....More
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We loved this place and just like another reveiwer said, it's not until you leave and stay elswhere do you truly appreciate what Yaang Come offers in terms of true thai hospitality.
The staff are wonderful and are always smiling, our room...More
We stayed at Yaang Come Village for 4 nights. The staff are so perfect, very polite and friendly. Not at all pretentious. The girls on reception anticipated everything, just delightful. In fact they were all so nice that you almost wanted to gather them up...More
the highlights of this boutique hotel are friendly staff and the beautiful grounds. the rooms are cozy and decorated in the local lanna style. buffet breakfast adequate. Plus: free internet. negatives: the in room a/c was noisy, I had to get on top of a...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$80 - US$259 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#27 Family Hotel in Chiang Mai
#28 Romantic Hotel in Chiang Mai
#29 Luxury Hotel in Chiang Mai
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No, you do not need an adaptor. Thailand has wisely adopted its plugs to both European (except British, of course) and American plugs (round and flat). The voltage is 220 - 240, but most adaptors for cellphones, etc. are... More
No, you do not need an adaptor. Thailand has wisely adopted its plugs to both European (except British, of course) and American plugs (round and flat). The voltage is 220 - 240, but most adaptors for cellphones, etc. are good to be used with up to 240 voltage electricity. No need if you are using a normal globalized product.
Response from Return2bass | Reviewed this property |
Hi, You would be...we thought the place was very nicely appointed. It was clean and the rooms really nice. This isn't a 6 star resort but that's not the kind of place we like staying. With this hotel you'll get a nice homely... More
Hi, You would be...we thought the place was very nicely appointed. It was clean and the rooms really nice. This isn't a 6 star resort but that's not the kind of place we like staying. With this hotel you'll get a nice homely ambience.
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