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Reviewed 25 April 2012

We started this years winter holiday by visiting the north of Thailand for the first time. We made our reservation at BGH before we left Sweden. We weren't disappointed. BGH is located in the heart of Chiang Mai, inside the wall, in Old Town. Right outside is a long street, where a market is held every sunday. Perfect for strawling!
There' 3 ATM:s within 50 mtrs, and 25 mtrs to the left is a 7/11. There's a lot of temples nearby for anyone with that particular interest.
The hotel itself is decorated "Lanna style", which made us feel like we were living in someones home, very cozy.
The staff is wonderful. Kind and helpful and very good at english. Breakfast is nice, you'll get a note when you sit down where you write what you want to eat. Minimum risk for errors. The only thing you could say is a disadvantage is that you can't have lunch or dinner. I don't care, I would return in an instant. Right across the street however, is a small "hole in the wall" with excellent food and extremely low prices.
We lived in Villa 2, because we had read that the walls were thin in other rooms. Villa 2 was superb.
I also got help arranging a oneday-trek. Riding elephant, junglewalk to waterfall, white water rafting and bamboorafting. An exciting day it was!
Day three, I rented a motorcycle and went discovering Chiang Mai on my own. They helped with that too.
BGH even has a small swimmingpool. Just adds to why you should stay here during your vacation. I know I will return when I get the opportunity.

Room Tip: Choose the villas!
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Fernwilter
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Reviewed 13 April 2012

The hotel was lovely, with great staff. The rooms were clean, very spacious and beautifully decorated. We stayed in two different deluxe rooms, and found that the upstairs room was much nicer than the one downstairs. The hotel was in a great location in the centre of Chiang Mai - just a 5 or 10 minute walk to many of the restaurants and temples, and right on the Sunday Walking Street. The only negative was that it could be a bit noisy at night, both with the Walking Street and the thin walls between rooms.

Room Tip: Try to get a deluxe room upstairs - much nicer than those downstairs!
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Rebecca B
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Reviewed 5 March 2012

We really enjoyed our stay here. The overwhelming thing about the place is the staff, who were some of the friendliest and most helpful we met in Thailand. They really have the service down to a fine art here.

Agreed with other reviewers that the rooms can be a bit noisy because of the thin walls, particularly in the superior rooms (which also have only skylights). I personally didn't find this a problem but light sleepers might. Otherwise, the rooms were scrupulously clean and well-appointed.

Breakfast was a bit disappointing, and we skipped our last day's in favour of going next door to a nice little restaurant and paying.

Room Tip: Avoid 'superior' rooms if you are a light sleeper: noise carries between these rooms
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank IJBLondon
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Reviewed 18 January 2012

One word of warning: the "superior" rooms here are far from superior--they have no windows, and paper thin walls that allow you to hear even quiet conversations in the next room. These are really hostel quality rooms and should be advertised as such. We switched into a deluxe room and based on that experience I give this place a very positive review. Comfortable bed (although strange, very hard orthopedic pillows) and a spacious bathroom. Pool area is very nice and great after a sweaty day of sightseeing. Staff are amazing--they were so so helpful as we tried to book activities etc.

  • Stayed: January 2012
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Reviewed 29 December 2011

This was the first place we stayed on our 4 week visit to South East Asia.

We booked a deluxe room for 2 nights on the basis of the reviews here just so we would have the security of having somewhere quality to stay initially. Thereafter we winged in.

The rooms are clean and you get a hair dryer and computer in your room which admittedly is rare but we paid 2000 THB per night!

For that money we were expecting something special and whilst the rooms are ok, they are far from luxurious. When you move on and stay elsewhere you feel slightly ripped off.

The toilet seat was hanging off and the rooms were extremely noisy. The reason being that the walls are paper thin. The bed was 4 poster, a good size and comfortable.

The location was good for starting a temple walking tour but really for the money we paid we expected better and were disappointed.

Yes the staff are friendly, but you pay for the room and personally I consider the rooms whilst average need some TLC.

We never paid as much as this in Chaing Mai and found better places for less then half the price.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank DJK1979
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