I stayed here for 1 night as I arrived into Chiang Mai at night as I was heading to Chiang Rai the next morning. And thank god it was only for 1 night. While the location is quite convenient and it wasn't dirty, but the walls are paper thin and the service is horrendous. I needed help to buy bus ticket to Chiang Rai and the lady at the front desk was of no help while the other guy at the front desk just played with his phone and wouldn't help at all. Their English is fine but they were just very unhelpful. It is a surprise to me because I find most Thai people very friendly in the tourism industry.
The bathroom which seems to be discussed widely among different reviewers, is a standing shower with thin film of plastic as shower curtain. The decor and furniture in the room is very very simple and I feel like this is a hostel more than a hotel.
So only stay here if there are good deals like around US$40-50, otherwise there are way better options in Chiang Mai.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Elegantly appointed like a fine art gallery, while intermingling with northern Lanna styling, this is a distictively fresh boutique hotel. The 53 superior rooms and suites, some with private balcony bathtubs, have nicely apointed modern amenities. Located in the hear of Chiang Mai, you are steps away from famed temples (Wat Phra Singh) and shopping areas (Sunday Night Walking Street). ... more less
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