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All reviewschiang mai gategarden courtyardold citynice quiet hotelextra towelsceiling fansaturday walking streetsaturday night marketwhere breakfast is servedbusy chiang maisouth gaterooms are basica great place to staybig bedwifi connectionwithin walking distancemassage places
It is a little removed from the Night Bazaar area but in walking distance to the Old City and plenty of street food and restaurants. Quiet, hidden away and serene with Choi pond and small library to boot if you need to relax. Great Thai...More
This hotel is quiet and provides a nice setting to relax and unwind after a busy day travelling. Settled just off of the main strips but close enough that you can walk to all of the attractions. The rooms were nice with a big bed...More
Awesome staff. The young lady in the morning helped us to book a tour in the last minute. She made several calls and eventually one of the tour operators that still have some seats available accepted us. All staff was always extremely helpful and nice!...More
Great, great place! So helpful and kind. The staff truly are amazing!!! They remember everyone and what you like. It’s almost as if they study you. Such great, great service! Beautiful place and super clean. Only downfall is the very poor wifi but other then...More
What a lovely hotel Tadkham Village is! The staff are soo friendly and offer a very personalised touch. Within minutes you are close to many temples and the famous Saturday Night Market. Everything else is within walking distance.
Our room was very large, spacious, extremely...More
Oh yes, definitely safe! I would say, be aware of your surroundings (don't be drunk walking back) because you never know who's around, but that's true anywhere. The city is full of tourists and the hotel area is quiet and... More
Oh yes, definitely safe! I would say, be aware of your surroundings (don't be drunk walking back) because you never know who's around, but that's true anywhere. The city is full of tourists and the hotel area is quiet and tucked away from the city. Worst case- take a tuktuk back to the hotel at nihjt. Enjoy your trip !