Night Bazaar Inn

Address: 9 Charoenprathed Rd., Soi 6 Changklan Muang Chiangma, Chiang Mai, 50000 , Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near Flight of the Gibbon - Treetop Adventure, Sunday Market, National Elephant Institute, and Mae Ping River.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsNight Bazaar Inn Chiang Mai

        Reviewed by cperry

        Basically our home

        Reviewed Feb 5, 2015
        by (2 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

        I never thought I would love such an old and cheap hotel so much. We ended up spending 8 nights here and were sad to leave it. The hotel was right beside the night market and had everything else we needed. At some of the places we have stayed throughout the trip, it has been a challenge to quickly grab a cheap meal to-go, but this was never an issue here. It seems weird to say this about an old, run down hotel, but staying here has been huge highlight of the trip. Looking back, I haven't had that 'at home' comfortable feel during the trip since staying here.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Night Bazaar Inn Chiang Mai

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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