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Wangcome
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Reviewed June 8, 2009

This was a very average and old hotel with mildewy rooms and weak ACs. Don't expect much but you're probably not paying much either. Its hard to apply US/Western standards to this place as its probalby luxury for rural Thailand. Similar to Motel 6 back in the states.

  • Stayed: May 2009
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Reviewed October 13, 2008

After what seemed a long drive up from Chiang Mai with stop offs along the way, I was glad to finally arrive at the Wangcome Hotel. It is located just off one of Chiang Rai's main streets in a quiet square. The lobby is large and inviting and after a speedy check-in by friendly staff I was shown to my room which was average size and spotless. The bathroom contained everything from complimentary tooth brushes, combs, shower gel, shampoo (both in large containers), there were dressing gowns, slipperettes, multi channel TV with English speaking channels, comfortable beds, A/C, windows that open, mini-bar etc. The bed was very comfortable but there was a power cut during the night affecting the whole city block so the A/C cut out. The hotel is strictly no smoking throughout but they do have a nice smoking balcony with loungers etc on the 4th floor.
The night market is a short walk away and immediately opposite the hotel there are small eateries, massage parlours and a small department store. Don't be intimidated passing the girls outside the massage parlours - they seemed to be all very friendly and were all smiles. The restaurant in the hotel that serves the complimentary British/American breakfast is nice but the food is the usual heat lamp stuff - okay if you're starving. If I were to visit Chiang Rai again I would not hesitate to stay at Wangcome Hotel again.

  • Stayed: September 2008, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 20, 2008

The modern block of the Wancome Hotel sits with it's back to a seedy bar area and faces the night bazaar down a narrow road where you have to struggle past the massage girls trying to entice you in.

Hotel is fairly modern. Room we had was obviously 2 rooms knocked into one as there were two identical bathrooms and two entrance doors. Bed and bathrooms were clean. Rather disconcertingly there were large notices on the bedroom walls in both Thai and English warning that child prostitution was illegal!

Breakfast was asian and european buffet style. Not brilliant but I've had worse. The eggs for example were fried then laid on a hot tray not cooked fresh for you.

The reception personel were okay to slightly friendly. The tour desk guides spoke very little English so it was a good job I knew where I wanted to go and they could just point on the map. They did have a printed folder in English of over priced tours that they could arrange.

We didn't have time to experience the pool .

Overall a central hotel which is clean but with not a great deal of charm.

  • Stayed: March 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 3, 2008

Staff generally friendly. Near Night Bazaar. Quite Clean Room. Breakfast was normal standard. Easy to get transport around the hotel. Many food and drink / internet access also near hotel. Overall ok for the budget/normal traveller.

  • Stayed: December 2007, traveled with friends
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Reviewed August 26, 2007

Well, stayed at this hotel for three nights on Aug 2007.
Staff is not as friendly as others hotel and they charge an additional B400 because my cousin sister who came over that night fall asleep in my room. Breakfast is average only and the rooms is not very clean. Overall I don't few it is worth what I pay.

Stayed: August 2007
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