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A Word from customers

Marlene H.


Marlene H.
Canada, February 16, 2013

Lovely Brand New Hotel in a great location

We were a little apprehensive booking this hotel as at the time it had no reviews. What a pleasant surprise we had when we arrived. The deluxe rooms are large, nicely decorated, clean and comfortable. The hotel is in a great location, in the northeast end of the old city. It is a quick 5 min walk to the sunday walking market, turn right out of the hotel and walk a few minutes and there are many restaurants, massage places, a 7 eleven etc. We would definitely return again and do recommend this hotel.

Hotel Feature Tip: Because the hotel is so new, tuk tuk drivers and taxi drivers often didn't know where it was. At the front desk get a card from the hotel and carry it with you, on the back is a map that you can show the drivers, we found this really helped

Benny B.


Benny B.
Denmark, February 08, 2013

Very lovely hotel, great value

Everything nice, good room, pool, service, breakfast. Best hotel i have been to in Thailand. Lovely room, good breakfast. Only good things to say about this place.

Charles L.


Charles L.
Canada, February 12, 2013

Very nice hotel and great location

an hotel in the higher price range, the rooms are a good size and the ensuite very nice (even has a bathtub for those who prefer a bath). the staff at reception are very friendly. good selection for breakfast. very clean and good sized swimming pool. the walking street market is very close by and everything else is an easy walking distance.



Rainer from Ottobrunn, Germany
February 7, 2013 

Very new hotel, everything was as it should be. Good breakfast buffet. Water-pressure and in the shower very good and hot water is hot ;-)



Sunday Night Market Walking Street

“Best Outdoor Market... Possibly in the World” I've traveled to over 100 countries, and this is my favorite outdoor market. The endless variety of arts, crafts, souvenirs, and household wares showcase Chiang Mai's bountiful creativity and entrepreneurism. The market is quintessentially Thai. It represents the best of Thailand’s food, music, art, architecture, religion, and ubiquitous smiles. Shoppers split their gazes between colorful wares, ancient Buddhist temples lining the street, and the diverse crowds comprised equally of foreign tourists and Thai residents. Street performers set the musical backdrop while the scents of stir fries and coconut curries permeate the air. The street is busy, but not overwhelming. Market stalls are well organized and the easy flow of pedestrian traffic gives a sense of an pleasant evening stroll.


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