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Reviewed August 4, 2009

A quiet place. Each room is differently but nicely decorated with beautiful furnitue.
They have helpful staff and freshly cooked breakfast.
Lovely!

Date of stay: July 2009
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2  Thank nicola02
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Reviewed August 25, 2008

This is a beautiful, simple little hotel. Lovely ambience, thoughtfully decorated. It is very quiet and laid back. The room we occupied has a very comfortable and large bed, good TV and nice little balcony. The bathroom was fine. The advertised price is probably a bit high, so worth trying for a deal somewhere. There is a quality attached restaurant. Good location. Very nice staff.

Date of stay: August 2008
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2  Thank Max-White
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Reviewed June 18, 2008

At-Niman is the inn you imagine when you are elsewhere and say "If Only" Or "Why can't they..." It's actually hard to conceive of but if they think you'd like to have something, It's there..it's done.

On my 1st trip the internet shut down at 1 am...I left a note. When I went down to breakfast, the first words I heard were "It's been taken care of" And it was.

This trip I cannot log into FT..in fact FT has blocked my computer, and any other I sign into. I returned from an afternoon 'on the town' and went to their guest computer...the opening page had changed..there in front of me were links to all major Asian, China, and International newspapers, and a link to my mail site...and, needless to say, this is now my computer's opening page as well!

I have no words for this level of service! Five stars are just not enough, even seven would be understated.

Lovely , light airy perfectly air conditioned quiet rooms (they are the Concept rooms for Conrad-thus the hotel's name). There's even a swing on my balcony with silk pillows. The interior of the rooms are filled with pieces from the owner's Asia collection. Fresh flowers and fruit are replaced daily.

And there's a fabulous breakfast (mine alternates between, as a special treat, dishes from my favorite restaurant and fresh fish with grilled vegetables or salad, and, another favorite, mangosteens, this trip). Others are eating congee, sweet thai dim sum, fruit platters, bacon and eggs.

The driver from the airport, a courtesy, even spoke English-only place in Asia this has happened

The list just goes on. They say they want the clientele to feel At-Home. Quite honestly, this is much better than being at home.Perhaps, it's like visiting relatives who believe you have inherit ed the entire family fortune

Date of stay: June 2008
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4  Thank lois-zee
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Reviewed May 21, 2008

I read about At-Niman Conceptual Home in an article in Time and it is a wonder how it is still very much under the radar. Owned by the interior designer and architect of Mandarin Oriental Chiang Mai, At-Niman is an eight-room guest house beautifully decorated with materials and furnishings sourced from all over the world. When we stepped inside we were blown away by the African/Asian inspired decor--very colourful, plush and intricate. Our room on the third floor had a lovely balcony that overlooks the quiet Nimanhaemin neighbourhood. The room and bathroom are both immaculate and we had free use of the mini bar.

Other than the lovely surroundings, we were made to feel right at home by the lovely and helpful staff. They speak perfect English and they double up cooks and drivers... in fact, they were the perfect hosts during our short trip to northern Thailand. It felt like we stayed with really good friends who own a beautiful home. We paid about 5,000 baht per night for our room--a fantastic deal considering that airport transfers, daily breakfast and contents in the mini bar were all inclusive in the price.

The location at Nimanhaemin Road is perfect for those of you who like to shop for home decor items and locally-designed clothes. Cosy restaurants and hip cafes are abundant here, as this is an up and coming neighbourhood frequented by university students.

Date of stay: September 2007
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3  Thank JNLSingapore
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Reviewed March 22, 2007

lovely accommodation, make me feel like stay at friend's home
service is at average okey.

Date of stay: February 2007
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Thank alfaomega
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