Rimping Village Chiang Mai

Internet ConnectionRoom with bathroomPhoneHotel restaurantAir conditioningSafeFor the disabled
Locality: City, price from: 60 € per night
Designed with the certain style that perfectly suits the architectures around the area, the Rimping Village is a boutique hotel that delivers comfort and community feel while still offering everything you want to make for your perfect holiday. Location: Located in the perfect historical place of the city, this property is an ideal place to escape from your daily routines. Rooms: This property offers 24 cosy rooms that re elegantly appointed with modern amenities and provides excellent facilities as well as attentive personalised service to make your stay a pleasant one. Restaurant: The on-site restaurant offers a range of exotic Thai food that is cooked using fresh, natural ingredients and served within the refreshing atmosphere of the shady giant Yang tree by the pool. General: This property also provides a 24-hour internet service, which business as well as leisure guests can use to keeping touch with their business and loved ones, respectively. For your convenience, it also offers bicycle rental and tourist information service that makes easy to explore the city.

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Connecting to the Internet in a hotel: Practical Advice

If you're traveling and want to connect to the Internet in your hotel, of course, you will need suitable equipment - laptop, netbook, tablet or a mobile phone with Wi-Fi. It is useful to have a suitable cable as well - it is not always and everywhere possible to use wireless connectivity. There are usually no problems with the Wi-Fi standards (also known as IEEE 802.11) - a/b/g/n. You will often need a password, so do not forget to read the materials of the hotel or take the password (to your wireless network or to access via cable) at the reception.

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