Me and my gilfriend booked that hotel for 4 nights stay in Chian Mai. The staff was very friendly and always ready to help us with any kind of demand. We booked a Superior room but we were upgraded to Deluxe room without any charge. However, I think that the only difference between these two room is that Deluxe rooms are located in the 11 floor and higher.
The location is very convenient, as it is 3 minutes walk away from night bazar and 10 minutes walk away from the old city walls or sunday market. You also find many restaurants, shops and bars within a range of 10 minutes walk. The location is very quiet. You should not pay more than 30 bath per person for red taxi from the bus station to the hotel. For that same price, you can get from hotel to train station and for 130 bath total you can get to the airport (but I am pretty sure you can get better price for airport, and maybe around 20 bath for the bus or train station).
The breakfast was very good with a lot of options. It is buffet type and you will find western and asian meals. It may be crowded and noisy at the peak morning time, but it is still enjoyable.
The restaurant (same place as breakfast) is expensive for the food you have and it is not so good. I would recommend to go around the streets and try other places, as you will find better quality/price.
The room itself was very okay, but it lacked electric plugs (only one in the room and one in the shower). The bed was very confortable and the mattress was in good condition. The room itself is big and furnish with a table and two chair. Nevertheless, they lack furniture to put our cloths in. The toilet is not so big and the bathtub is equipped with a shower. Note that the toilet has no fan or window. The wifi is not so good at this hotel, especially during the day. The AC was very strong when put to the max (take about 5 mins to cool off the whole room).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel features 371 fully furnished guestrooms comprising 248 superior rooms, 88 deluxe rooms and 35 Junior Suites and Royal Suites.Room interiors are in tastefully distinctive, elegant and luxurious Lanna style befitting the rich heritage of this glorious region dating back some 700 years. Our rooms provide all levels of comfort to make your stay in Chiang Mai as relaxing as possible. Individually controlled air-conditioning, wall-to-wall carpeting, Kingsize or twin bedded configuration. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Imperial Mae Ping
- Imperial Mae Ping Chiang Mai