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Reviewed November 17, 2012

breakfast variety is not its best but the rooms are big and so simple, in a positive way, that you like at home.
the staff was really helpful.
we didn't enjoy the swimmingpool because we had no time but I would have loved it!!!
the best: quiet atmosphere, so I could sleep like a baby (I usually do) after a terrible week in Bangkok.

Room tip: I enjoyed mine because it had a balcony, it's fantastic for my terrible habit of smoking.
Date of stay: February 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank Edan25
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Reviewed June 15, 2012

Bupatara hotel is tugged away in a small neighborhood in the old city, away from the noise and traffic, yet so close to all the attractions and happening spots in town. The hotel has a family atmosphere with very friendly staff, who are most willing to suggest day trips, activities and things to do during your stay. It is also very close (2 minutes walk) to a Talak (fresh produce market) where you can buy freshly cut fruits, local cakes and cooked dishes besides all the fresh produce. If you wake up early (6 - 6.30 am) go there and partake in the local tradition of offering alms and food to the monks near the market.

Date of stay: May 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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3  Thank MOKKualaLumpur
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Reviewed September 5, 2011

I was very satisfied with this hotel, good value for money. Not expensive, yet it has a nice pool and breakfast is included, also free Internet. Staff very friendly. Very quiet place and guests are usually well behaved young Europeans. I extended my stay to 8 days.
Not easy to find, you need to mention Prapokklao Road, Soi ha (4)
The Marketing Manager now also opens a traditional house to stay at. Ask at the reception. Good opportunity to experience the traditional Chiang Mai style of living.

Date of stay: July 2011
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4  Thank jarokova
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Reviewed August 21, 2011

my friend and I had checked in, and then found out we needed to go to laos to get our visa. so we were going to go for a night, and use up our night that we had payed for once we got back. but since we had put one of our bags in the room, they needed to clean it again and they charged us for the full night.

Date of stay: February 2011
Trip type: Traveled with friends
2  Thank oilerincowtown
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Reviewed March 19, 2011

We booked a package in Bangkok( wouldnt recommend) as think we paid way more than the other guest! The first day we got there we had come up on the over night train so was early for check in, they told us to come back in a hour so we did, and the room still wasn't ready, we wouldnt of minded if they had apologised didn't seem to care, when we gotbto the room, there was no towels and when we asked they said they had run out. Again they weren't bothered. The room was very basic and looked nothing likenthe pictures shown to us, other guest complained that the air con was loud and dripping, ours was ok, there was a hot shower, but sink was outside on small balcony. You couldnt stand out on it because the air con unit was out there and pulling out all the hot air which made it twice as hot. We went on jungle trek, which was very well orangised by two young guys, very friendl, funny and helpful. Again because we had booked the tour all included it was a lot more expensive ( best to shop around)
Loved the jungle trek. When we came back we had 3 more nights here but they had moved us to a much nicer room.
Which was much better, they didn't clean the room the whole time we were there though. Even though it is a simple place we still enjoyed our stay, itbwas in a great location and really enjoyed the laid back life of Chang Mai, and we met lots of other travellers while we were there, with a small pool and area to hang out.

Date of stay: February 2011
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1  Thank Daisyew
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