The hotel is located less than 100 m from the Thailand-Myanmar gate, and, considering the visa-runs to Myanmar are now "forbidden", guess not so many foreigners would end up here (and would stay in Mae Sai in general). Anyway, for the price of 450 baht it was reasonably OK - no outside window, but a large room with table and 2 beds, in a very central location. I needed to work online more than to travel on those days, so ended up staying for 3 days in this hotel, and exploring Mae Sai when I had a free time. One night I was hanging out in a local bar open till late (not so hard to find, as it's very quiet even at 11pm otherwise, but you'll have to walk and check the side-streets), and came back well after midnight - the gate was closed, but there was someone to open the door in the lobby, so no problem at all. The wi-fi was good enough for online work to make me not willing to try another hotel (spending time and risking to get a poorer connection). The customers seemed to be mostly Thais going for some of their business to or from Myanmar. The receptionists weren't overly welcoming, but weren't unfrendly too - just a business attitude, nothing wrong at all for this type of hotel. There's a restaurant downstairs, and there's Tesco Express across the street, where you can get all the usual 7-11 stuff plus they offer their foods which are about to expire in a few days for 1/4-1/2 the normal price, so basically one can even have a ready-to-eath meal for 10-20 baht. Street food is also available but not until very late. During the day time, the street in front of the hotel turns to the market, but the sellers do not seem to be overly focused on the foreigners.