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Route 1234, Mae Salong T: (053) 765 271, (084) 045 8031 F: (053) 765 455  

Osman House

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Osman House is a new, very modern-looking building perched precariously at the side of the main street and thus with stupendous views down the valley to the north.



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As you enter the lobby and restaurant from the street you’re already on the fourth floor. We’re not entirely convinced by the decor and its kind of textured, polished concrete walls seem a bit out of place in the middle of Mae Salong, but rooms are very good. The grey concrete is contrasted with an orange secondary colour and it’s certainly striking. The restaurant/tea shop/cafe is very appealing and decorated in a more local style and with equally stunning views. Rooms are spacious and fill the width of the building, so all have the vertiginous balconies and amazing vistas. Room decor is modern, sharp and clean and bathrooms also spacious and spotless. French doors fill one side of each room so all are very airy and bright and we’d swear our room smelt of jasmine tea. WiFi is beamed throughout, the included breakfast is served in their superb tea shop and no seasonal supplements are added; Osman House is a very good deal indeed.

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Room: Superior double room, low season: 1,200 baht, high season 1,200 baht. Notes:

Where is Osman House

Osman House
Route 1234, Mae Salong
T: (053) 765 271, (084) 045 8031 F: (053) 765 455  
Coordinates (for GPS): 99º37'54.52" E, 20º9'54.71" N
Room rates: 600B to 1,500B

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