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Sounds on them like everything is fantastic. Just trust them. No Thai hotel or resort would ever even think about lying to their customers.

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9 minutes ago, FritsSikkink said:

A vegan retreat is a complete No Go for me.

 

Agree, very often people hovering 10 cm above the ground with their artificial smile. So wrong.

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You get 40% off from the 1600, or is 1600 the actual price?

Looks like an average 1600THB place in normal times, so if this is the price now i would say it's too expensive. If you get 40% off it's a good deal.

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Never stayed there but there are alot of hotels in that area, just across from Thapae gate. Not much happening around there at present. Near a starbucks, a short hike up to Miguels, and there are bars open but very few customers.

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I am pretty sure its a newly built place. The soi that it is on is unrecognisable from a few years ago. Decent enough location though.

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I have never stayed at this place but its always looked very interesting. Its not a city location and may not be doing the 40% govt scheme? Seems like a vegan dream place?

https://maladhara.com/

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cnxbkkman,  "Its not a city location....".

 

You had me confused for a second, but now I see what you mean:  It's not an "inside the moat" location.

But only a very short distance from the moat.  Probably 5 min walk as they said.

 

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look at feedback on trip advisor, 300 reviews.

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2 hours ago, orchis said:

look at feedback on trip advisor, 300 reviews.

So you read them.

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Probably go just for the food

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It's a great location if you want to be close to the old town. It's not good if you like peace and quiet, as it's close to one of the busiest streets in Chiang Mai.

 

Looks good on paper though, not been myself.

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Wonder what the management would say if you brought back gai yang to eat in hotel grounds😂

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7 minutes ago, Logosone said:

It's a great location if you want to be close to the old town. It's not good if you like peace and quiet, as it's close to one of the busiest streets in Chiang Mai.

 

Looks good on paper though, not been myself.

Its located in a secluded spot, well away from any road

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