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Accom Chiang Mai

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Accom Chiang Mai

Wanting to stay close to the night markets in Chiang Mai

2 adults and 2 kids

Looking at:

D2 Dusit

Yaang Come Village

Any suggestions which way to go? Or other better suggestions if have any

Thanks a lot

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1. Re: Accom Chiang Mai

Hi, jdaeaustralia, If you want to be close to the night markets, stay at the Royal Princess or Raming Lodge.

I hope this helps.

Paul

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2. Re: Accom Chiang Mai

Both are good choices - D2 is a more modern small high rise style of hotel. Yaang Come Village is more 'lanna' thai style of boutique low rise hotel.

Raming Lodge is a little further from the night markets but is very popular with families. Rimping Village is also worth looking at - a beautiful low rise hotel about a block from where the night market starts.

If you have any more questions you might find you get more replies if you go to the Chiang Mai forum rather than the Chiang Mai Province forum. (this question is posted on the province forum).... Also, the Chiang Mai forum has a lot of helpful FAQs on the top right of the page that might be of interest to you.

All the best,

Caroline.

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3. Re: Accom Chiang Mai

Cannot recommend the Imperial Mae Ping high enuf. Single mum, one child, and so close we visited it nearly every night. It's a tiny walk away and the hotel is wonderful. Good luck and enjoy your stay! For little things at the market keep an eye out for the paper-made bugs on leaves, great souvenirs for everyone back here, and everyone loves them!

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