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Reviewed January 11, 2013

To summarise, we would not hesitate to go back to this hotel. The staff, the decor and the location are all great. Plumbing was the only issue but all the good stuff can make you put that behind you. Probably the best hotel we stayed at during our 3 month much-lower-than-usual-budget trip to south east Asia.

Staff
The friendliest, polite, kind, considerate, sociable, informative, etc. Couldn't fault them. All three staff covering the administrative/management duties are great and the cleaning lady may seem a bit on edge at first but give her a few smiles and she is also great (seems like she is new to the tourist environment).

Decor
As soon as we walked in I felt like i was at home. The decor is in line with similar themes I've used in our house in London. Very modern, minimalist yet somehow homely. It's a new hotel so expect new fixtures/fittings. The garden with fish filled waterways on the ground floor is a very good use of space.

Room
We stayed in a Superior room. Very nice decor as with the rest of the hotel (see above). Each room has sliding French doors overlooking the garden. Good for fresh air and a pleasant view. A kettle is also provided.
The bathroom, although decorated well, is the let down in this hotel. The plumbing is not up to scratch. The hot water only works at very low pressures and the drainage system isn't great i.e. the water from the shower/flush doesn't drain as quickly as it should. However, it's not extremely bad, given the other qualities of the hotel it's very easy to forgive and get pass this. We rebooked this hotel at least 3 times even knowing of this issue.

Location
Located in a very nice residential part within the south east side of the square / ring road in Central Chiang Mai. Its more of a large house converted into a modern boutique hotel so you are surrounded by residential housing with gardens/flowers/plants/etc.....its a nice atmosphere walking on Ratchamanka Soi 7 to/from the hotel (apart from the neighbours dog who will bark at you a few times to start off with but later calms down).
Unfortunately, a 15-30 minute walk to the main foodie area / tourist area / markets / etc but we didn't mind as the benefit of this location was the peace and quiet. Later we hired a motorcycle to make life easier (a bicycle would also do the job). The Saturday market is closer than the above quoted times and it is also close to an electronic plaza (I think it's called Siam Tv Electronic Plaza, which had an Aeon branded atm / cash machine on the first floor which did not charge for cash withdrawals....very handy).

Food
Only breakfast is available but it is cooked fresh for you. 
For breakfast each day we were given fresh cut fruit, yogurt, juice, hot drinks and a meal of their choice (we just chose fried eggs) but they were willing to pop to the shops to buy what you liked and cook it for future breakfasts if they didn't have your preference in stock! They had pork sausages the first day (which we don't eat), the next day they had chicken sausages ready for us....we didn't even ask for it. In the afternoon we always received a plate of fresh cut fruit,, regardless of whether we were in/out. If we were not in the hotel someone would leave the fruit in the fridge in our room.

Services
We only used the laundry service and our clothes always came out great unlike some other places weve used. Properly ironed and folded.

Room tip: If we were not on a budget we would have picked the deluxe room. I heard they were much larger. The superior size was decent enough but why not go for a larger room if it's within budget. In terms of view/peace/noise I think all the rooms are the same.
Date of stay: November 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Junaid K
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Reviewed December 27, 2012

G2 was a pleasant finish to our 3 week stay in Thailand. We were greeted with a glass of fresh juice and warm smiles from Tee and his entire staff when we arrived. The hotel is brand new, impeccably clean and stylish. Tee's attention to detail is easily noted in all of the beautiful decor and comforts this small hotel offers. Fruit plates are delivered to the room every afternoon, the included breakfast is delicious and substantial! All of our concerns were always politely addressed by the staff and they were always happy to call us a tuk-tuk or answer any questions.

The location is very pleasant, tucked in a safe residential area in the walled city area. It's a bit of a walk to all the hustle and bustle (5-10 min), but a pleasant one and we preferred returning to the peaceful neighborhood at the end of our busy days in Chiang Mai.

Truly a "boutique" hotel and highly recommended! And a great value for the quality and service!

Room tip: We stayed in both types and found them to be very pleasant. The Deluxe rooms are double the size with a living room area and larger bathroom. Both are very nice, clean and very modern with A/C. Noise was not a problem in either as the hotel is in a quiet area.
Date of stay: November 2012
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Thank taciturn-pixie
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Reviewed December 23, 2012

Greay place to stay but even for a tuk tuk driver hard/ not to find because they don't know it yet. Tell them it's the second street behind Wat Phra Mengrai, it's a narrow street in the middle of a thai neighbourhood.
Freshly baked eggs, bacon, toast and fruitsalad for breakfast, served with a smile! Rooms are brand new and beautifull.

Date of stay: December 2012
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1  Thank svrede
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Reviewed February 29, 2020 via mobile
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Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 17, 2019 via mobile
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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