Some travellers stay at brand name or chain hotels wherever they go, They don't know what they are missing. "Mo Rooms" offers an unique experience because the rooms have odd-sized beds, uneven floors & surfaces, quirky designs, playful kinds of spaces. Everyone who stayed here raved about the place. When there are only 12 rooms here that reflect the Chinese zodiac calendar, you may never be satisfied with just one room: say you're in the Tiger room, you would wish you were in the Dragon room or Rat room or Horse room, etc. But just follow the fate of the Chinese calendar and be content with what room you get because each has its own charm.
But there's more to the design, the location, the visual freshness of Mo Rooms. The staff are extremely friendly and polite: they greet you with a big smile early in the morning when you go down for breakfast. If you want to break away from the conventional American scrambled egg, red-dyed sausage and toast for breakfast (with artificial jam that is sweet but tasteless), try the chicken congee: it's more natural food, and Asians like to eat congee in the morning because the warm liquids are like comfort food.
Once again, former guests rave about the design, but what is a nice hotel without good service ? Fortunately Mo Rooms staff are great: the general manager is very professional and helpful, and the service staff give the best of Thai hospitality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- MO rooms: Each of the TWELVE rooms is an individual artist’s interpretation of THEIR Chinese Zodiac (Sheng Xiao or Birth Animal). The construction MO’s exterior structure was a collaborative project which saw designers, architects and astrologers piling different sizes of the box-shaped rooms on top of each other in accordance with Feng Shui ASTROLOGY. Artists APPLIED the identity of Birth Animal, influencing the entire BUILDING process from the initial concept TO the unique style of furniture and interior to fit with each zodiac. THE orientation and design of doors, windows, beds and toilets AS WELL AS the interpretation of the FIVE body elements (Fire, Wind, Water, Earth and Metal) ARE ALL CONSTRUCTED to provide balance for MO guests.mo design team seeks new possibilities of spatial organization via the blending of past and present ideologies into a livable sculpture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mo Rooms Hotel Chiang Mai