" Great little place in top spot” We loved our stay at CM , we highly recommend it to people stoping at Chiang mai . I'm usually a tough reviewer but I seriously can't fault. "
" “Best decision for some enjoyable days in Chiang Mai” The Rooms were very clean and the area around is pretty cozy. Nice staff. We would definitely check-in again! "
" “Good value” Good value in a good situation. Not fantastic, but clean and quiet with a good mastress. Good choice of breakfast. "
" Good location, good breakfast, good price” I voted for location and breakfast here. All set up in the room is enough for me, a sofa, a bed, a cute balcony. TV cable is very good with various choices. Location is one of its strengths, near market, 7/11, near food stalls at night, 2km to Night Bazaar, ... Internet speed is ok. Aircon makes noise and it makes me feel aware at night. Besides that, most of staffs are nice. In my opinion, the guy receptionist isn't nice enough to make me comfortable when communicating with hotel. I think hotel should check the room lock again. I'm afraid of breaking the key many time. Be aware that no elevator and no one will help you with your luggage "
" “Spacious room, cleanliness, location” The hotel feels very new and clean and the room is spacious and with a lot of natural light. Nicely decorated and well furnished. You even have a small kitchenette. The breakfast is fresh and plenty. Location is great, walking distance to temples, restaurants and public transport. Fruit market just around the corner. They will only clean your room if you ask, but it would be nice if they at least brought TP and water on a daily basis or have it at hand for guests to help themselves. Will definitely come back. Highly recommended! "
stay with us : Good Location ,safe and clean
Chiang Mai ,The former Capital of the Lanna kingdom, is considered an area of nature, cold weather, and diverse culture. Being a hub of several ancient realms, Chiang Mai has been a center of exchanging knowledge, religions, architecture, and commerce for centuries. This facet has created the unique Lanna characteristics.
People who came to settle in Chiang Mai brought with them handicrafts such as umbrella making, silverware, and woodcraft. Cultural traditions like the traditional New Year celebration the Lanna Songkran festival, and the ceremony of worshiping the Inthakin Pillar were also imported.