Mercure Chiang Mai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Adult pool
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Chiang Mai
Good clean little bit of luxury and great breakfast. The bed is huge! Wifii is free and ok to use in room.
The staff are friendly and helpful. There is a free shuttle bus to transfer you to and from the night market and town as the Mercure is a little out of town but a taxi or walk in the cool evening.
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Our journey here was a long one from Stockholm, to Athens, to Dubai, to Bangkok and finally to Chiang Mai and it has taken 3.5 years for us to finally be able to come our son Ingram's last resting place Chiang Mai. Tomorrow we will walk to the hospital then onto the Buddhist Temple nearby where his friends had a ceremony for him.
Today we …
... elephants at the park, who are indescribably adorable and mischievous. The male baby was always running away from his mahout (trainer) and trying to steal food from his elders and humans with his trunk. They have to bribe him with watermelons to get him to follow the pack. Another naughty elephant has to wear a bell around his neck, as he is always stirring up trouble. It is clear that they all have individual personalities and lots of quirks. The family groups ...
... if there were any spices that were used traditionally for certain purposes and then modern science debunked it, so they don't use those spices anymore. Jeenal and Daniel did say that yogic diet is technically "lacto-vegetarian" as in they eat vegetarian plus milk and honey. In the ashram, they serve strictly vegan food, so I suppose that's one change they made. It's good to know that while they are teaching traditional yoga, they adjust things and leave out parts that are ...
... way!). Well, there ya go, there is a first for everything; the man understood the supply chain industry and what our company does. Then its Beal’s turn, “Well, I’ve been self employed for 12 years now.” Then as he tried to explain what he does the only thing you can try to digest are some key words like: braiders, winders, machining, bobbins, cable and wire, Johnson & Johnson, spare parts and catheter (I was just relieved he stopped at catheter and ...
... sat outside so he was facing me on the other side of the window, bit awkward. Then he taps the window and asks me to join him, I refused him twice and thought what a creep so decided to ring Andy on Skype, he came inside and I just ignore him and he types into his phone 'I am going for a Thai massage, shall I meet you here in an hour' ermmm NO! Talk about being OTT ...