Accommodation in Chiang Mai
30th August, 2007
can anyone recommend a nice hotel in chaing mai during NYE?
#1 Posted: 6/12/2007 - 21:59
8th November, 2007
i found what looks to be a great place. its called fernparadise www.fernparadise.com
im staying there next march
#2 Posted: 7/12/2007 - 03:11
I stayed at Sri Phat Guest House early last year , and as a Flashpacker place ,thought it was fantastic value.
#3 Posted: 7/12/2007 - 11:06
3rd October, 2007
Just stayed at Mandala House, located outside the Thapae Gate. Great flashpacker place too.
#4 Posted: 7/12/2007 - 20:41
29th November, 2007
look at the homepage of julies guesthouse http://www.julieguesthouse.com/
#5 Posted: 10/12/2007 - 23:21
Hi, Galare guest house was a nice place to stay near the night bazzar. The have their own (american i think) trek guide aswell. This time we have booked into the Dungtawan Hotel right on the night bazzar. I will report what that was like when we are back in Febuary.
#6 Posted: 13/12/2007 - 16:57
Is the Dungtawan the hotel that was being built earlier in the year , on the spot of the old night bazzar ?
#7 Posted: 14/12/2007 - 16:41
15th November, 2007
I stayed at 3 Sis Guesthouse about, hmm, 10 days ago? Fantastic. Computer in the lobby is free, and they're extremely friendly and helpful. They were doing some renovations when I was there-adding what looked to be an impressive building onto to the smallish guesthouse I stayed in-but they really only worked between 9-5, so it was never disturbing. Can't say it was super cheap, but I believe it was in flashpacker range. And it's worth it for the price, because they never try to push any tours on you or anything (seems like some cheap places are only great deals if you also agree to give them extra business). Good location, too, if you're into some peace and quiet. Wats nearby, and walking distance to shops and market, but at night it's peaceful.
I used this forum preparing for my trip, and didn't know how much I'd post, but this was the type of place I vowed to recommend to others.
Enjoy Chiang Mai, it's great.
#8 Posted: 14/12/2007 - 20:12
DOnt think so ChiangFai. Im Sure its been there for a few years. We have picked the Duangtawan for the location so we are in the middle of it. Heres some pics - http://www.expedia.co.uk/pub/agent.dll?qscr=dspv
#9 Posted: 15/12/2007 - 00:41
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