New Mitrapap Hotel
Address94-96 Ratchawong Rd. T.Changmoi, Muang Chiang MaiSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Located near Talat Warorot, New Mitrapap is a bit of a time warp both for its prices and its classic Thai-Chinese hotel decor. The air-con rooms are good value with TV and mini-fridge. The hotel is built around a central atrium and skylight making the hallways bright and sunny.
Our independent authors have visited New Mitrapap Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Chiang Mai.
Services & facilities
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Car hire
- Bicycle rental
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
Just 600 metres from Tha Pae Gate and Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, this hotel offers accommodation with en suite bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. Free toast and coffee are served daily.
Located on Ratchawong Road in Chiang Mai, New Mitrapap Hotel is 300 metres from Warorot Market and 4 km from Chiang Mai International Airport.
Simply furnished rooms and suites feature air conditioning and a TV with cable channels. A fridge and bottled water are included. Room service is provided.
The 24-hour front desk can arrange for activities including white water rafting, elephant rides and trekking. Luggage storage and massage services are also available.
Interesting places nearby
Namdhari Sikh Temple
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Raming Tea House
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