I booked this place through Agoda, and paid around $19 per night. Nearby guest houses which didn't look as nice cost upwards of $40. Also, if you emailed the place directly, you'd probably get a cheaper rate. Unfortunately I lost their business card so I cannot provide the contact info.
The room was basic but very clean and comfortable. Drinking water was provided, as was shampoo and soap. The internet connection was fast and reliable, and the TV had lots of channels (though it was a bit fuzzy, but who cares). Bed was hard, but this is common across Asia, and it's good for your back! The comforter was quite big, which meant you had to sleep with the air conditioner on, but I'm sure they'd provide a lighter sheet if you asked.
Also, some people may be put off by the instantaneous hot water heater in the bathroom as it doesn't exactly look very classy - but it has its advantages. The water gets hot instantly, and you don't need to worry about people in other rooms using the shower making your water freezing or boiling.
The people working here were some of the friendliest and most helpful people I have come across. They were able to help me book a taxi to a nearby resort, and happily recommended local places to eat, see, and shop. They also didn't try to thrust any tours or treks onto me, which a lot of other places apparently do.
Location was great - in walking distance to Saturday and Sunday markets, as well as the night bazaar. You get the best of both worlds here - Thai places and "farang" places (burritos, burgers etc.) are all within walking distance. Personally I don't see the point of travelling to Asia and only eating Western food - but each to their own I suppose! Even though there was lots of nightlife nearby, the Soi that this place was located on was very quiet and I had no problem with noise at night - and I am a very light sleeper.
The place can be a bit difficult to locate on maps - but if you look for Rathviti Road it's nearby. The taxi driver from the airport had no problem finding it, and neither did any of the Songthaew drivers (say "Moon Muang Soi Haa") and they will know where it is.
They don't provide breakfast, but there are heaps of places very close by to eat - there's even a fairly good "organic" place right next door.
I will be back next time I'm in Chiang Mai!
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