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Comfy bed and good coffee at the breakfast.
Opinión escrita el 15 de Decembre de 2020
A nice local hotel not far from the city center. I got a big and clean double room with a good AC. The mini fridge chilled really well and the bathroom was big enough for five people shower at the same time. The breakfast is very traditional Thai, with spicy soups and dishes you would expect for lunch and not for breakfast. The coffee was the best though. Overall, this was a very good stay for the price you paid.
A bit noisy, out of town
Opinión escrita el 24 de Febrero de 2016
When we arrived, the bathroom would have needed more cleaning. Daily cleaning means taking out the garbage, adding bottles of water and making the bed, they don't clean the bathroom during your stay. If you plan to sleep late, the staff talks on walky-talkies on the hall and the noise is quite loud. We were 1 our late for the check out and they charged us 400baht more per room. The breakfast is very good. The coffee has a very strange smell and taste, you cannot drink it. If you need a tuk tuk you can take it in front of Holiday Inn hotel which is very close. They will ask around 150 baht to take you in center town.
great value stay in Chiang Mai
Opinión escrita el 17 de Julio de 2015
There is a great choice of accommodation in Chiang Mai in all budget ranges. We booked a 7 night night stay at the Pangviman online for 200GBP which is above average price for the area but we wanted somewhere in a quieter area and with a swimming pool.
The hotel is in two buildings - a newer, shinier block and an older building undergoing some restoration work. We stayed in the latter, though this had no impact on the stay.
Our family room was large and clean - there was a problem with the air conditioning unit, but this was fixed within 30 minutes of raising it at reception. The room was cleaned every day throughout the stay - getting more towels etc was no problem.
The breakfast room is in the new block and the food served each morning (6:30-9:30) was suberb with a large range of hot and cold Thai food.
There is free wifi throughout - reasonable speed but was unreliable at busy times.
The pool is a reasonable size and was kept very clean and has an adjacent fitness room. This however had no air con and got very hot despite a few fans in the room.
Reception staff were friendly and helpful particularly in organising taxi transfers and a few excursions.
The hotel is situated in a quietish area on the Lumphun Road. It is around 35 minutes walk to the night bazar and large markets. There are a range of cafes and places to eat in the area - all much cheaper than in the main tourist streets - and a 24 hour Tesco Lotus across the road from the hotel. A 100 Baht taxi ride will take you to most places in the city.
Our stay in the Pangviman was very relaxing and enjoyable - highly recommended if you wish to stay in Chiang Mai in a larger hotel with a a swminning pool.
Opinión escrita el 17 de Mayo de 2015
Stayed one night each in the cheaper old building and the (supposedly) new one paying 300 Baht more. Experience is the same for both - old rooms and nothing to like. It's the kind of place the shows lack of care from the owner. Although the location is not bad but you can find a better place to stay in Chiangmai at this price.
Bedroom: ⭐️ out of 5
Bathroom: ⭐️out of 5
Breakfast: don't know if they have it.
Bugs, mold, stained sheets, trash in room... and false advertisement
Opinión escrita el 2 de Enero de 2015
The pictures advertised are actually very deceptive. This could be described as two different hotels: the new, restored lobby and rooms at the center (pictured) and the bulk of the (older, decrepit) rooms in the other buildings (not pictured). One of the rooms we were sent to had dead bugs on the floor and bed,dirty bed sheets, mold all over the shower, trash left by a prior guest and spiders/spiderwebs with eggs on the walls. After asking for a different room we were sent to another one in the old building as well, with a big brown stain in the middle of the bed sheets and equally moldy/rusty shower (note, all of these rooms feature the toilet inside the shower). We asked to move to the new building but were told is was all booked, and the next day we could move there (with a warning of how it would be more expensive).
After spending a night in the nasty rooms we checked with the lobby staff the next morning and this time were told that "they were not sure" if there would be a room available there or not. We ended up booking rooms somewhere else, paying a handsome premium for the last minute booking to get out of this place. It's still unclear whether they'll refund the money for the nights we cancelled, they said we needed to deal with hotels.com directly. When asked for a checkout receipt stating the night we stayed for, and the cancellation for the rest, they declined saying they don't know what a checkout report is and never provide any documentation like that. No bill/receipt of any kind, either. Shady at best.
One more note, for that money you're much better off staying at a much more centric location with restaurants and landmarks at a walking distance. This location adds a taxi/tuk tuk ride to anything you do outside the hotel.