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Reviewed 22 December 2011

When we first arrived at this property we were not overly impressed! However, we did stay for four nights and it was OK. Nothing great but within walking distance of most places, lots of shortcuts to and from, worth discovering. Rooms were basic and clean. Breakfast consist of toast and margarine, instant coffee and hot chocolate. There is a great value place to eat right next to the Esso station, nice ladies and very friendly.

Room tip: As far back from the elevator as the water pump goes all night and can be a bit noisy.
Date of stay: December 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 July 2011

Stayed here for 5 nights and found it a good base camp to see the city.
Walking distance to the old city and the night markets and lots of restaurants on the way.

Air con in the rooms works well, we had clean sheets every day and fresh water in the fridge too.

Excellent value for money. Its no palace but its perfect for seeing Chiang Mai on a budget.

My only negative is that even on the fourth floor we were under attack by tiny ants which crawled on the walls and in our bathroom. But we never found them in our beds but moved our beds away from the walls just in case. But it is probably our fault for having food in our room.

Date of stay: June 2011
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2  Thank LBJP2013
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Reviewed 14 June 2011

A chinese hotel in chinatown, first impressions was the corridors looked a bit like a prison but compared to most accomodation it was great value.
Room was cleaned every day, fresh linen, towels and soap.
Basic room and the tea and toast in the morning can be a bit of a scrum but they were friendly and we booked a trip through them that was a lot cheaper than elsewhere.
Can walk everywhere, train station, all sights, reasonably close to the night market which is huge.
As its in chinatown there isnt a huge amount of nearby bars and resturnats but 10mins to tapee gate where millions of places to eat.

Date of stay: January 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 31 May 2011

My partner and I stayed twice at this hotel due to comfort and price.
The bedroom had two singles beds instead of a double but the bedding was lovely and clean and the bed was very comfy.
The rooms could do with a lick of paint but we have stayed in much worse!!!
In our room we had twin beds, a table and chair, tv and a fridge - the hotel provides you each with a bottle of mineral water and soap daily which is a nice touch!
The hotel has a prison like look but is very comfortable and has a lift which is great for guests.
Across the street is a great restaurant and around the corner there is a Tesco Lotus which is very handy for nightly treats!
Chinatown is only five minutes walk away and worth a look!
Overall this is a very comfortable hotel and very cheap - I highly recommend for fellow travellers!!!

Room tip: Stay in rooms upstairs!
Date of stay: February 2011
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Reviewed 19 May 2011

This was the second time I stayed at the New Mitrapap Hotel, and on both occasions I have been pleasantly surprised. The room was clean and the bathroom was in decent shape. There is no getting around the fact that this is an older hotel, but considering the price (220 to 250 baht/night for a fan room), it is a good value. The hotel is located close to Warorot Market and there is an inexpensive Thai restaurant just across the street. What I like best about this place is that for an unbeatable price you get a very decent room in a decent location.

Room tip: Avoid the carpeted rooms on the 1st floor.
Date of stay: May 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank handley53
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