Home Place Hotel

Address: 21 2 Moo 7 Tumbol Norngchom, Sansai District, 50210, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 21 2 Moo 7 Tumbol Norngchom, Sansai District, 50210, Chiang Mai.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHome Place Hotel Chiang Mai

    Reviewed by jackiectheworld

    Home Place Hotel Chiang Mai is TERRIBLE -- Filthy & infested with bed bugs

    Reviewed Feb 6, 2012
    by (1 review) Vancouver , Canada Flag of Canada

    Water was dirty looking, so I couldn't use the shower at all. It had a metallic, contaminated smell. The same tan, disgusting water came out of the water faucet, so I didn't feel comfortable using it to wash my face or brush my teeth.

    Do you like being chewed on by BED BUGS? I counted 18 bed bug bites from just the ONE horrible night that I stayed at the Home Place Hotel in Chiang Mai -- terrible.

    The staff were pretty rude, which didn't help at all. They seemed to enjoy NOT helping!

    I would highly recommend not staying at the Home Place Hotel.

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

    Reviewed by midnight_travel

    Home Place Hotel Chiang Mai has fleas, filthy sheets, rude staff & is terrible!

    Reviewed Mar 26, 2011
    by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Don't bother staying at the Home Place Hotel in Thaipae gate! I stayed here about a year ago and it was OK, but the new staff are totally dismissive and rude.

    When I first walked in there was already a guy at the front desk saying, "The sheets are filthy! You made my bed with filthy sheets!" His face was red, and he looked pretty upset. I looked at the response from the desk clerk, and she was just ignoring the guy and putting on her make-up! She didn't even acknowledge his presence by looking at him or anything. She could have at least said "No English". But no. She totally ignored the guy.

    I went upstairs, glad to get away from the drama, and the room looked OK, but when I got into bed later there was already a huge rip in the sheet that my leg went right through! Then I unfolded the towel that they put on the bed and there were rips and holes all through it. When you unfolded the towel it looked like a used dish rag!!

    I went downstairs to ask about it.... same girl, only now she was ignoring me! I had to ask two more people just to get a sheet that didn't have rips in it. Then, I went upstairs and put it on the bed myself!

    The drain in the bathroom was obviously clogged, too. I got to find that out later when the pool of water never drained after I took a shower.

    The bathroom was terrible. The only way to flush the toilet was to remove the lid, reach into the water, and lift the plunger!

    So, I went up to the Tawan Guest House thirty meters up the same soi. The room was 150 baht per night, and the sheets and towels weren't ripped. The staff was a lot nicer, and everything in the bathroom worked well enough. At least it was a decent flophouse, and the people were nice.

    The manager of Home Place Hotel manages several other more expensive hotels, so she only comes by the Home Place Hotel once a week. That's probably why the H.P.H. staff can get away with being rude to travelers.

    The staff wouldn't even tell me where the owner was. I had to go to the Born Guest House right across the soi (another better option, btw) just to find out where the Home Place Hotel owner could be contacted.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Home Place Hotel Chiang Mai

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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