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Piyaporn Place Hotel
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Reviewed October 16, 2012 via mobile

Staying in the first room on the 7th floor, there was very limited access to the WIFI and had to step into the corridor for signal. Apparently, after several complaints, I was advise to go down to the lobby...5 5 5.

  • Stayed: October 2012
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6  Thank Agkarajit
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Reviewed October 16, 2012

Stayed here for just one night with young children in two interconnecting rooms. Rooms are large and hotel is well located, just a few hundred metres away from the border crossing to Burma.
Floors were very slippery. Kids thought this to be a marvellous thing and spent ages sliding around, but for the unwary this could result in a fall.
Beds were comfortable enough and we had a good uninterrupted sleep.
Breakfast was average - toast, sausages, rice congee, and eggs which had been sitting there too long, but they willingly cooked fresh ones on request. Very loud tv blaring over breakfast area. I remember that both types of jam were overly sweet, but Thais do have a sweet tooth.

Decent number of stalls outside at night to have dinner at, but not a large number.

Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
3  Thank Limmy
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Reviewed August 2, 2012

We stayed here as a family in two interconnecting rooms. Hotel is a haven in Mae Sai. We were in one of the end rooms overlooking the main street so always something to look at. Think the rooms further away from the street would have a view just of the adjacent building not far away. Watched the amazing scene of 15 police cars chasing a van towards the border further along the road. They returned with their 'prize' shortly afterwards
Rooms are a good size with perfectly adequate facilities and good bathrooms.Breakfast was OK but catered mainly for the asian palate as this is obviously their main clientelle. Front desk staff were rather buisness like and not particularly friendly but that wasn't a problem.
Close to the excellent market and plenty of street food nearby if you want to eat out at night.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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6  Thank Peter H
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Reviewed December 3, 2011

Hotel options are very limited in Mae Sai--especially if you don't have your own vehicle. (And if you don't speak Thai (or Shan or Burmese) your mobility is very limited in this town.) For foreign travelers without a car to spend a night in Mae Sai, Piyaporn Place Hotel is probably the best option. It is easy to locate; everyone knows where it is. And it is still within a walking distance from the border; you can walk around. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice and large the room was; I expected much less because of the price. And they have a decent international TV--again, not easy to find in Mae Sai.
This hotel is nothing special; it is not charming or friendly. But such extra qualities are so rare in Mae Sai; you would have to go to one of the "resort" places outside the town, for which you will need a car.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled solo
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4  Thank ramumai
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Reviewed September 22, 2011

When I checked in with a group of 15 - I was given a connecting room of the 4th floor. Room was ok for the price and a/c and water were fine. Bed comfortable. Some of the fixtures were loose/broken but not important.

When I returned from a trek with friends at 01:30am was not pleased to have 3 rooms out in the corridor making a lot of noise. The Thai businessmen and their female partners were especially noisy in the room ajoining mine so I went to reception to ask for a room change. Night security went up and tried to quieten them down but no success. I went back to reception and asked for another room and only when I mentioned Trip Advisor did he reluctantly give me a room on the 7th floor where I slept soundly.

So be careful that you dont end up on a floor of revellers as you may not get sympathetic service from the night desk.

Overall I was happy with the hotel apart from how they handled this incident.

Room Tip: Avoid rooms near the lift/elevators - thanks for the warning from another report - currently some renovations going on on 8th Floor, so avoid 7th & 8th floor until this complete.
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with friends
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4  Thank K2K11
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