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accommodation in Chiang Rai

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accommodation in Chiang Rai

we are planning on spending 2 or 3 days in Chiang Rai at the end of January 2017.

does anyone have any suggestions for nice accommodation? our budget is 2000-4000 Baht/night?

j

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Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai Province, Thailand
Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort
Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort
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Le Patta
Le Patta
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Maryo Resort
Maryo Resort
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1. Re: accommodation in Chiang Rai

Hi

Last time we styed at Wiang Inn, it is a short Walk to the Night Bazaar.

We really liked it and I would stay there again.

Chok Dee

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Wiang Inn Hotel
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Chiang Rai, Thailand
east st paul
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Thank you

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We loved the central location of Le Patta. Very nice rooms and great pool. Walk to the night bazaar, loads of restaurants and the Saturday walking street.

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We love Baan Nattawadee - although a bit out of town it's easy to get transport for the short ride. It's a very friendly guest house situated near Chiang Rai beach.

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east st paul
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5. Re: accommodation in Chiang Rai

thanks too all of those who made suggestions

i think it will be easy to make a choice now.

if anyone has similar suggestions for Koh Lanta i would really appreciate it. i have put out the same question on the Lanta forum and have gotten very little response in the way of suggestions for accomodation.

thanks again

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We stayed at Baan NOrn Plearn and it was about the best place that we stayed in Thailand. The family is fabulous, the breakfast was out of this world, and the price can't be beat..

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7. Re: accommodation in Chiang Rai

I would add just 1 hotel to that already excellent list, and it is Le Meridien. Taxi or complimentary ride into town needed about a mile away, but set among 10 acres by the river.

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8. Re: accommodation in Chiang Rai

Le Patta for its great location.

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9. Re: accommodation in Chiang Rai

I like Le Patta when I want to stay in town; Le Meridian when I want something more luxurious and Baan Nattawadee (my all time favorite) when I want a Thai experience. All are excellent choices but for very different preference and different price ranges, with Baan Nattawadee being the least expensive, then Le Patta and Le Meridian on the higher end (but still reasonable for what you receive).

Safe Travels,

Broder

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