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This is very much a hostel feel including morons yabbering on until late at night in the dining area despite there being a closed off relaxation room available. Bring earplugs. Wouldn't stay here again, wouldn't recommend.More
Date of stay: January 2019
1 Thank Tony_le_Blanc
Response from RKL135, General Manager at Kaung Myint HotelResponded April 7, 2019
Mingalarbar! Dear our valuable guest Mr.Tony,
We are so appreciated that you had kindly given your time for a review on our property. We are sorry to hear that you stayed inconvenience in our hotel.At this time we are ready to serve and facilitate future...More
The rooms are spacious, quiet and clean. The staff is very kind and helpful and organises everything you might need. The breakfast is an excellent mix of Asian and European food. This hotel really offers value for money.
Just near the main train station easy walk to a vibrant market and plenty of excellent places to eat. Small clean room and separate bathroom, great bed. The staff are fantastic. Some speak a little English but they all try to make your stay easy....More
Paid the booking.com price of 23800. Staff were very friendly on arrival.
We were getting the train to Hsipaw at 4am the next morning and I asked if they could pack our breakfast for us. They said yes. I double checked with them twice before...More
The special booking offer was 34 dol per night.
It is crap, nothing works. Phone not working. Curtains falling appart. AC not working well and very noisy. No hot water. Breakfast is a disaster. Shower in the middle of the bathroom making the...More
Response from MarkChiangMai | Reviewed this property |
Completely depends upon room availability. If they have empty ones then I'm sure they would allow guests to check in early. If not then they have sofas in the lobby you can relax on or wander round the corner to a tea shop... More
Completely depends upon room availability. If they have empty ones then I'm sure they would allow guests to check in early. If not then they have sofas in the lobby you can relax on or wander round the corner to a tea shop for breakfast while you're waiting for a room to become available.