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Newest reviews for Yesterday Hotel

  • Anonymous
    June 14, 2014

    Location near a lively area. The spacious room. Quiet ambience

    Amenities are basic. Breakfast is disappointing


  • Arunee
    April 30, 2014

    service mind of staff, breakfast, location and their hotel decoration.

    should maintenance some of facilities like shower, bathroom and etc.,


  • Jue
    April 21, 2014

    Vintage style; Top floor with private balcony; Fully equipped; Bed is comfortable.

    Bath water was not stable; Flight noises.


  • Pussadee
    March 9, 2014

    Good location


  • Pete
    January 27, 2014

    Location is good if your activity is on the Nimman district.

    Value for money? I think its a bit over rated.


  • Robert
    December 24, 2013

    Hotel is at a good location, in the middle of the city, with lots of shopping, bars and restaurants in the area. Parking place is a bit small. The decor of the rooms is "old" which is intentional, and if you are into it, it must be nice. Just not my thing. Rooms are very clean, and every room has a safe in it. My room was on the ground floor, so with a few steps I was outside on the main road. Nice coffee shop in front of the hotel.

    No amenities with this hotel, like no bar and no swimming pool If you like small sized hotels with business like service, this is the place for you. Far from Night Bazaar area. Wifi slow


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    December 24, 2013



  • Steven
      United States of America
    December 14, 2013

    Great style for the price. Older facility but well maintained


  • Wallada
      United Kingdom
    November 14, 2013

    The homey atmosphere and great hospitality.

    Would be even better if dogs are allowed! Just a suggestion.


  • Kawinrat
    November 4, 2013

    - All Hotel Design : Antique but new - Cleanliness - Safety

    - The Nimman Road location is suitable for people who love the night life, It's not the Chiangmai style anymore. - Traffic Jam on Nimman Road


  • Anonymous
    September 6, 2013

    The breakfast bar was good, varied, very clean, and of high quality, and the cafe was a nice place to spend time. The staff were very friendly, even if their English was sometimes inadequate. The rooms are cute and were clean except for the very dusty wicker furniture and some mildewed wooden cabinets in the bathroom. There are trendy (and a little expensive) bars, cafes, and restaurants in the neighborhood.

    I was disappointed to find myself in a dark, mosquito-ridden ground-floor room. Staff said there was nothing else. They sprayed for me, and I burned a mosquito coil, but breathing poison doesn't make for a pleasant stay :-( The mosquito net helped. The first morning, at 7, a maintenance man burst into my room through the terrace door, after pulling and banging on it for a couple minutes; he out it was unoccupied. I don't know why he was breaking in, however. The next morning, I was awoken by the staff using walkies-talkies in the echoey hallway. The maids made noise, too, dropping brooms on the hard floor, etc. Not peaceful. At 10am, they started jackhammering, as they were doing some kind of maintenance from 10-5 that day, acc. to a sign in the lobby. The location is trendy but getting transport from the train station was difficult and expensive. Getting to the Old Town was even harder. The "red cars" only accept passengers if they're already going that way. The tuk-tuk was 100 baht each way. There are no buses or public transport in Chiang Mai. At the very least, the hotel needs to organize free shuttles to the train station and airport and into the Old City.


  • ณริสา
    August 29, 2013

    location, warm service, facilities, all is awesome

    water pressure is very weak should improve


  • Anonymous
    August 28, 2013

    breakfast not good


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