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Chiang Mai Hotel 3* old Town Suggestions?

Old Dec 29th, 2010, 12:20 PM
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Chiang Mai Hotel 3* old Town Suggestions?

Any suggestions for a 3 to 4 star hotel in Chiang Mai City, Old town area?
I will be arriving Jan 18 to the 26th. Love shopping and Wats.
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Old Dec 29th, 2010, 01:08 PM
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Most of the better hotels are outside the old city. It doesn't really matter because there's very little difference between "old city" and the rest of central Chiang Mai - the "old city" is not distinctly different.

In the old city:
Tamarind Village
DeNaga

outside, but central locations:
D2
Le Meridien (5 star but often affordable)
Yaang Come Village

There are many others, check a booking site like Agoda which has a map showing hotel locations.
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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 11:54 AM
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Thank you, John H. I've been on Fodor's and Agoda, etc. sites. Like having insiders suggestions. Have restaurants and site seeing lists packed and ready to go.
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I always use www.sawasdee.com to book hotels in Thailand. The prices generally include tax, service and breakfast.
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WE stayed at DeNaga in late October and liked it very much. I booked it on one of the websites mentioned above (Agoda--I think). Like you I was a bit "up in the air" about where to stay in Chiang Mai--and saw someone's post on Fodor's about the DeNaga. Decided to stay there and glad we did. It is a nice hotel, great location and very quiet. Breakfasts were excellent and lots of great restaurants in the area.
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