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New Mitrapap Hotel

94-96 Ratchawong Rd., Chang Moi, Chiang Mai, Thailand (Show on map)

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Area: Chang Moi Number of Rooms: 100
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Pleasant

6.9

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1633 reviews

Value for Money
8.2
Location
7.5
Staff Performance
6.5
Hotel Condition/Cleanliness
6.7
Room Comfort/Standard
6.9
Food/Dining
5.7
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Benjamin S. Solo travelers Australia, August 4, 2011
Convenient, great value hotel, with good amenities

Great value, clean. Amenities that work.
7.7
This hotel just works well. At a very low price, it is located fairly central in Chiang Mai, with light, clean rooms that are comfortable to stay in. The most important amenities are provided, and they all work and work well. The cable channels are good, including AlJazeera and the rest, as well as AFL games live for Aussies, on the weekends. The rooms aren't large or new, and they are a little rough-at-the edges, though overall, a stay here is comfortable enough, convenient and cheap.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: The old famous Chiang Mai market and Chinatown is right around the corner, and definitely worth a look.
Benjamin S. Solo travelers Australia, August 1, 2011
Functional, friendly, convenient, great value.

Great value, with functional rooms that provide decent amenities.
7.7
The rooms are not beautiful or new at this hotel, but everything works, and a stay here is comfortable and satisfying. First, the rate for the rooms is very low, and great for those on a tight budget. The TVs have good reception and all the good international news channels etc. (AFl games for Aussies, live, on weekends too). The air-con, and hot water works well, and there is a mini-fridge too. The rooms are functional, just that, but they are clean, light and not dingy. The hotel is in a good area near Chinatown and the famous, old Chiang Mai market, which turns into a good area at night for shopping and street food also.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: The night bazaar and international area full of hotels, shopping and tourists is not far. Just a 10-minute walk to the South of the hotel.
Bianca G. Couples July 28, 2011
good budget hotel with good location

location and price
7.7
We only stayed one night but was happy with hotel room it was clean and could not complain for the price. The hotel is also very close to the city centre
Jason S. Couples United Kingdom, July 27, 2011
Good location and standard rooms.

The location was 5 minutes away 3 markets. So if you love shopping it's great; another thing was that the rooms were fairly large.
6.7
the building layout looks like a prison and looks quite eery as you go down the corridor. shower worked fine; and room was clean. you were given 2 complimentary bottles of water a day. bedsheets were clean however actual mattress still had the plastic covering so it might annoy you a bit whenever you moved. apart from that everything was fine; reception tries to help you where possible.
Shopping Tip: There are 3 nearby local markets. Including the Night Bazaar & Sunday Market which is about 10-15 minutes walk away, or 5 minutes by tuktuk. The nearest market (forgot it's name) is about 5 minutes walking distance and sells very yummy street food!
Benjamin S. Solo travelers Australia, July 25, 2011
Friendly, convenient, good value hotel.

This hotel provides convenient amenities in functional rooms at a great price.
7.7
I really like this hotel. It has friendly staff, is well maintained, and is around the corner from the atmospheric market and Chinatown. The rooms, particularly the smaller 'double' ones, aren't that nice or comfortable or big. However, they have the most important amenities, and they do work and are up to a good standard. Overall, for the price, the rooms are very decent. The rooms are light and not dingy, and the price is so low. You could a do a lot worse than stay here.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: Get around the corner for good night street food, and shopping possibilities, after Chiang Mai's old, well-known market has closed for the day.
Benjamin S. Solo travelers Australia, July 19, 2011
Convenient, great value hotel.

Great value hotel near an interesting area.
7.7
This hotel has very low prices for decent, functional rooms. The rooms have the amenities you will need, and they all work and are in good condition. The smaller rooms feel a bit small, and the beds aren't that comfy, but the overall standard of the rooms is fine. Friendly staff work there, and it is fairly central to good parts of Chiang Mai, including the Night bazaar, Chiang mai's famous market and Chinatown, and the Tha Phae gate leading into the old city.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: Head around the corner to 'Gaat Luang', Chiang Mai's old, famous market.
Benjamin S. Solo travelers Australia, July 15, 2011
Friendly, inexpensive, well-equiped hotel.

Good location near market, Right amenities. Very good price.
7.3
this hotel is just comfortable and easy to stay in. at quite a low price, you get the most important amenities you'll probably need, with good in-room wi-fi. the twin air-con rooms can be a bit small, and rough-at-the edges. the beds might not be that great. overall, though, at that price, the rooms are definitely fine enough. cable tv also has good cable tv channels, that cover a good spectrum for international travelers.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: 'Gaat Luang' in local Northern dialect,is the famous, old Chiang Mai market, in Chiang Mai's Chinatown. Just around the corner, and then down the road a bit.
Paul D. Couples Australia, July 8, 2011
clean and cheap

cheap
6
clean, comfortable, cheap and close to restaurants, bars
Ryan P. Solo travelers United States of America, July 6, 2011
Decent Location with Decent Rooms

Cheap and easy
8.3
I stayed at this hotel because it was the cheapest hotel in Chiang Mai that *wasn't* a guesthouse or hostel type where I could have my own room and bath. I stayed for a week after my initial 2 day trial and I have to say it was a great time.
Restaurant Tip: There is a restaurant right across the street from the hotel, DON'T go there. If you walk outside, take a right at the corner of the street with the gas-station, you'll see a coca-cola sponsored food plae that has every dish for 25 Baht. The food is incredible there. I got it every day.
Chat S. Groups Thailand, July 3, 2011
Cheap Hotel, Close to Market and night bazaar

Cheap
6.3
This hotel is ok, Cheap and close to night bazaar but the shower machine doesn't work and the tissue in the room is like the tissue in the toilet

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