If you’re looking for a budget friendly small hotel in Chiang Mai, look no further than Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Wat Chiang Man (0.8 mi) and Wat Pan Tao (0.9 mi), guests of Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse can easily experience some of Chiang Mai's most well known attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the small hotel rooms offer a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge, baggage storage, and express check-in and check-out while staying at Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse. In addition, Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse offers a pool, which will help make your Chiang Mai trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a barbeque restaurant, consider a visit to Paak Dang Riverside Dining, Lert Ros, or TULOU Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse.
Best of all, Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse makes it easy to experience many great Chiang Mai attractions like Huay Kaew Waterfall and Mon Da than Waterfall, which are some popular waterfalls.
The staff at Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
location is perfect: a quiet road very close to the old city; rooms with double bed, a fan and a private bathroom are really cheap; the rooms are basic but clean and the shower works; sure the chair in the room is 50 years old, but you can sit on it and it does not fall apart.
We stayed at Chiangmai Inn Guesthouse for 3 nights in a room with a fan. It was an ok stay and a nice value for the (amazingly low) price. However, don't expect too much. The rooms as big enough but with very little furniture. There is no real shower in the bathroom - there's just a shower head with no curtain or barrier from the rest of the bathroom - so whenever you take a shower, practically the whole bathroom gets flooded. Our sink was leaking too, but since the bathroom was wet from us taking a shower anyways, it didn't make sense to report it to the stuff. There seems to be just one person at the reception desk who speaks English. She mostly work in the mornings, so if you want some help in the afternoon or in the night, you better try elsewhere. I would recommend you to stay here if you are on a very tight budget. However, if you can afford to pay a bit more, you might be better off staying somewhere else. …
The floors were sticky and dirty. The bathroom was gross. The fan was a small one on a table as opposed to hanging up. Paper thin walls. The place didn't have much of an atmosphere to it either. The staff were nice though.
Don't expect a really fancy hotel for that price, but the room where we slept was clean and with confortable beds. It's not inside the old city but is just nearby. Warning!! Don't book a jungle trekking on the hostel, it is a fraud! We had a good day but not what they promised: we didn't visit a ethnic village and instead of a 4WD, our transport was a "Sorng taa ou"...
Lady who serves breakfast is lovely but other staff are abrupt and sometimes plain rude. We decided to get a motorbike for a couple of days to get around the city and went through all the fine details with the man who rented them by reading the small print and signing the contract. He covered how to operate the bike and made sure he was very thorough checking the bike for scratches. However, failed to mention we needed an international bike licence. I realise this is probably very obvious and the thought did enter our minds, but when he failed to bring the matter up we didn't question it and assumed the licensing laws must be somewhat different in Thailand. Needless to say we were pulled by police and fined 400 bahts on the spot. When we questioned it with him he got very defensive and laughed it off telling us it wasn't his job to ask for a licence. Surely if your providing a service to tourists it's only fair you inform them of the laws and risks. If we had known we needed a licence we wouldn't have rented the bike in the first place.…