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Reviewed July 26, 2012

Wiang Inn is an average hotel that has had its heyday. Rooms are dated, however, the bathroom was not as clean as I had expected. The breakfast buffet offered is an excellent value but be advised that the hotel does charter to numerous Asian groups and many items offered at the buffet are geared towards this clientele. The hotel does offer a shuttle to the airport for 100 bath which is a very good rate (I priced different vendors). Hotel location is simply superb in the middle of town a few steps away from the night bazaar market and different eating and entertainment establishments. Free wifi is offered in the main hotel lobby but if you do not have a laptop you will have to pay for it. If you get a good rate, I would stay again at this hotel but 3 stars at most.

Date of stay: July 2012
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2  Thank Cruisinbob
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Reviewed July 17, 2012

This hotel was much more up market than the price implies. It has a very modern reception area and the restaurarnt had a great breakfast - you will probably want to eat other meals in town or at the markets
Rooms were very acceptable and I found nothing to complain about.
It is the location of this hotel which is the main feature - right round the corner from the night markets (good shopping and great food options) as well as the bus station for those exploring further afield. Friendly staff made this a pleasant stay before heading for Laos.

Room tip: Pay the extra couple of dollars for a superior room
Date of stay: January 2012
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2  Thank Sandy H
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Reviewed July 14, 2012

You get the feeling that this place was pitched as a luxury hotel back in the day but has since been sliding gracefully into old age. I personally like the atmosphere of hotels like this and find it endearing that nothing has been changed since it was first opened in I guess the 1970s. There is a very good buffet breakfast.

At the risk of putting people off I would advise setting all of the door locks before going to bed. Someone, I guess mistakenly, managed to open our door in the middle of the night almost giving us both heart attacks. Also do watch out for that trick where your credit card is charged in the currency of your home country but at a bad exchange rate. The amount I was almost charged in yen was much more than the actual price in bahts.

Date of stay: June 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank TobiasTokyo
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Reviewed June 28, 2012

This is a very acceptable option when staying in Chiang Rai. The location (around the corner from the bus station, middle of town and the night market) made this town very accessible. The hotel foyer is very up market but the overall experience is let down by the grotty bathroom (mouldy shower curtain and outdated decore). The room itself was a good size and clean. The TV is old style and pretty small. The breakfast was Ok, with all the options and overall an acceptable accommodation option. We are not keen on travelling when accessing town and also enjoyed the dinner options available at the night market ( I had the hot pot options for 70 baht and was well satisfied).

Date of stay: June 2012
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2  Thank Colahman
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Reviewed June 12, 2012

The Hotel is OK for a short stay. the room we had was a little battered around the edges, and had no room safe. It was clean and comfortable enough, but it needs updating.

WiFi in the lobby was poor but free. The restaurant was fine but the food was bland (toned down for westerners??) but breakfast was good, varied and plentiful. The staff were fine, friendly.

It is centrally located and close to shops etc.

Date of stay: May 2012
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