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Mojito Garden Reviews

10 Wiang Kaew Rd., Prasing, Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand

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285 Total Reviews
  • 87%Value For Money
  • 78%Security
  • 85%Location
  • 74%Staff
  • 81%Atmosphere
  • 72%Cleanliness
  • 75%Facilities

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I stayed in a private room with ensuite, rooms are basic but good value for money. It would have been nice if the bathrooms were a little cleaner. Overall it's a chilled out hostel with communal areas for you to relax in and mix with other backpackers. Trips etc can be organised here at a good price. It only cost me 100bt to get to the night bizarre by tuk tuk and 200bt to go to the airport.


Best hostel I've been to in Thailand. Such a nice atmosphere and everybody talks to each other, we play guitar and sing all night. Perfect

  • 1st Dec 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Denmark
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Clean place, lovely garden area to hang out it. Definetely a backpacker vibe here. Staff is bitchy but the job gets done, but dont expect to feel warmth and welcoming.

  • 27th Nov 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


This might be my favorite hostel yet. Great location within walking distance of temples and the night bazaar. The staff was very helpful, excellent wifi, hot showers, very spacious with lockers for your stuff. Can't beat the price either!


lovely people, good price, great place


We got what we payed for, which was totally ok. The garden was beautiful, the room and bathrooms really basic, we were allowed to change room when it rained through the ceiling. The dorms and group rooms looked nicer than the double we booked so this is probably better for groups and people looking for a cheap stay who like to party. We had a few loud neighbours as well ;) the staff was not really helpful and friendly (maybe as we did not want to book any activities with them).


Mojito is a great place to stay! Cheap, good location and atmosphere... And Annie at reception is awesome!! I recommend to stay here.


Very welcoming, had such a laugh! Laid back atmosphere! Really relaxing out in the garden by the pond!


Security would have been better if the dorm room had locked but we all had good lockers. Other than that it was a good hostel.


Too far from the city.


Our bungalow was quite dirty, floor had a lot of holes and we were afraid of mosquitos and other creatures. But it was cheap and if someone doesn't mind this things it will be ok.


A nice place to stay in Chiang Mai! We booked three nights, decided to go on a trekking tour on the second day. It was no problem to leave our luggage there and we had not to pay that night. The staff is very helpful with booking trekking tours, flight tickets etc. and you can decide spontaneously to stay longer.


Booked 3 nights here. Have travelled lots & stayed in all kinds of places - never walked out of anywhere, but left here after 1hr! Lost ££ but worth it. AWFUL. The hut was disgusting - dirty, smelt, dreaded getting in the sheets for bed. And BUGS! Obviously mozzies are part of travelling but this was a joke - got bitten inside the hut @11am! Advertised restaurant was closed (no apology/explanation) & staff totally disinterested. £3pn seems a bargain, but if it sounds too good to be true...


A very good dorm with a good atmosphere. I booked for 2 nights and I stayed for a week. Very good information and services. This hostel is amazing. I will come back.

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