I agree with most of the comments from other reviewers. The hotel is comfortable and very clean. We arrived at 7.30am from the night train and we were given our room immediately even though we had booked for that night. I cant imagine walking around waiting till 2 pm as I assume you would do in a western hotel. My grown daughter and I stayed here two nights in a deluxe room (308) on the top floor. Our room had a huge window with views over the valley. The restaurant is above on the next level. There is some noise because of this with chairs etc being moved on the tiled floor above. Nothing too disturbing unless your fussy. They cleaned our room the second morning while we were away and it was spotless once again when we returned. Even little touches like rolling up our numerous cables for charging etc. I'm writing this review on the computer supplied in our room. The WiFi is really fast as well. (a bonus when it is raining for two days and you want to mess around on your iPhone etc) The breakfast as mentioned by others is very basic. Omeletes are really just fried eggs. Bread and butter with some cucumber and tomato on the side comes with everything. The juices are great, mango being my favourite. Neither of us had any stomach problems. I brushed my teeth with the water from the tap. I figured with the mountain streams and the amount of rain they get up here it would be pretty clean water. They also gave me ice in trays for the freezer when I requested them and this was also fine. It would probably be better to go for a walk and have a big breakfast somewhere else if you wanted something more elaborate. Staff in restaurant and wherever else we encounted them were always friendly. A side note; Don't get too frustrated with the village girls (Black Mong) trying to sell things to you on the streets. If you take the time to talk to them they are so funny, witty and genuinely happy people. They became a highlight of our stay, although we did buy too many bags from them because we couldn't say no to their consistent charm and effort. But $5 for a lovely gift for someone back home, and helping these lovely people feed their families, seems a no brainer to me. They really are very good sales people and they would be a relief to deal with compared to some of the sales people in our own countries)
Overall this hotel is great and I would recommend it.
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