Loft Residence Chiang Mai

30 Soi 4, Hussadhisawee Road, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Condo
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This condo, located on 30 Soi 4, Hussadhisawee Road, Chiang Mai, is near Wat Umong, Rose Garden, Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo, and Mae Ping Elephant Village.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLoft Residence Chiang Mai

    Reviewed by wandering_man

    Residence Loft --loud and troubling

    Reviewed Jan 8, 2011
    by (9 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    I wrote a review 4 days into my month long stay here.

    When Nixon went to China in 197(0?), Henry Kissinger was at a cocktail reception and asked Chou en Lai his opinion of the impact of the 1789 French Revolution on world history. Chou's response? "It is too soon to tell."

    I would have been wise to have heeded Chou's counsel before writing

    There are two problems here. The first I noticed is that the place faces a nightclub complex that rocks out until 3 AM 7 days a week. There is also a hugely popular ladyboy revue across the street from the straight nightclub complex. I had to shut my windows to sleep and it was still pretty loud.

    The second--and more ominous, is that I think I saw a middle aged Thai man with a very young (under 12 y/o) girl initiating things a middle aged man should not do with a child. I was on my balcony and saw this on the first floor patio three floors below me. It was dark, and I cannot say with absolute certainty she was that young. But she was very small.

    The patio was accessed through the locked staff laundry room, and the only access was by hotel staff. I did not recognize the man, never saw him before or after. He saw me watching and they went inside.

    As I said I cannot be absolutely certain that she was that young. But she was that small and could not possibly have been over 15.

    So I was pretty creeped out and moved to the Royal Shilton Residence--500 baht a month cheaper, much quieter (so far). It is near the intersection of the Superhighway and Huay Keaw Road behind Wat Jed Yod. (4500 a month, 500 per night). It is a brand new structure, same cable package as Residence Loft, better hot water, 2/3 empty because it is not in tourist central and one would probably need a motorcycle to get around from here, although a 10 minute walk gets you to Huay Keaw Road where there are frequent songthaews.

    I will wait a month before writing a review on the Shilton.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Loft Residence Chiang Mai

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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