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The United Kingdom Elena, The United Kingdom

11 days ago

Low season is good to avoid the crowds. The weather is fairly good, a bit hotter than in winter but there's refreshing showers every day, which keep all the vegetation lush green and beat the dust down. Even in high season I wouldn't say that there are crowds in Chiang Mai, like you would see on Great China Wall in China. Only in the markets which is typical for any market in the world.
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  • Best staff ever! The receptionists were so lovely and helpful, they knew almost every conner of Chiang Mai and even helped us to locate a very difficult destination on google map and explained in detail to the driver. They also suggested us to rent "red bus" instead of taxi for daily tour which was way cheaper!

    Benjamin, Family with young children from Thailand
  • Location & services were excellent. Chiang Mai center was 5 min drive. Markets very near. Two Advices: Get a Nancy Chandler Map . Hire a scooter & drive around. NC maps are the best for tourists.

    Shalini, Young couple from Mauritius
  • just look at a map to see this hotel's best feature. it has an excellent location. room was spacious and comfortable. it has a good pool and health club.

    bruce, Solo traveler from the United States
  • The hotel has is clean and you can hang your wet clothes, at the balcony and they have a microwave and refrigerate too. The owner of the hotel give us good information on where to go for tour and even give us a map on chiang mai, what I really like was the owner always welcome us with a big smile whenever we went out or back to the hotel.

    Rayden, Young couple from Singapore
  • The old teak wood house was amazing, the room was simple but well designed with a lovely balcony. The garden and pool were in good condition. The service was not kind of luxury luxury hotel type, but more like a home stay with a very kind owner, the reception was technically an information center of everything about Chiang Mai, and the best thing was they were not there to promote things but to help us plan our trip for our sake.

    David, Group from the United States

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Dusit D2 chiang mai Very good 8.2 location and they upgrade my room to a swuite room :)
Raming Lodge Hotel & Spa Good 7.7 The ambience of a smaller hotel led to interface with international travelers. Excellent breakfast, eggs cooked to order,bacon delicious. Raming Lodge is close to everything. Fully, highly recommended.
The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel Good 7.8 Nice location, friendly stuff. V.good breakfast
Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai Good 7.5 Very friendly and helpful staff. Excellent facilities and very proffesional.
Rimping Village Excellent 8.9 This is a great small hotel with extremely helpful & friendly staff. It is a 15 minute walk to the night market & another 10 minutes to the old city. Excellent breakfast with a wide selection of hot & cold food. Highly recommended.
Royal Princess Chiang Mai Very good 8.1 We book 4 rooms and they upgrade 2 rooms into deluxe with connecting doors for us directly when we check in. Location is very good just in the middle of night bazaar. Staff is friendly & helpful. Room is clean and comfortable.
Chiangmai Plaza Hotel Convention & Spa Good 7.4 All good very friendly and competent staff with excellent attitude.
Tamarind Village Excellent 8.8 Excellent hotel. Great location, lovely staff
U Chiang Mai Excellent 8.6 This is an amazing place to choose to stay. The feeling you get the moment you step into the hotel is complete tranquility. The facilities are fantastic and the people who work there are lovely, with great advice on where to do trips and are happy to book everything for you. I would recommend this hotel to anyone I know planning a trip to chiang mai!
Star Hotel Chiang Mai Good 7.5 Would definitely stay here again, the rooms are are a better set up than ones like Meriden and the real expensive hotels, star hotel in my books is a five star hotel without the exorberate price tag. Value for money.
Kantary Hills Hotel, Chiang Mai Very good 8.2 Quiet but well situated out of the city centre but close enough for easy access. Very comfortable.
The Empress Hotel Very good 8.4 The hotel is recommended clean rooms nice staff and great location, all at an excellent price.
Top North Hotel Pleasant 6.5 Quiet, clean, convenient and comfortable. No complaints or problems.
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    The Rose of the North

    Surrounded by Thailand’s highest mountains, Chiang Mai is the beloved, idyllic and somewhat mystical capital of the North. With more than 300 temples, it's considered one of the most important cultural centers in the country.

    Despite being Thailand's fifth-largest city, Chiang Mai still has a relaxed and laid-back feel. Modernity, trendy shops and boutique hotels haven’t altered much of its picturesque and peaceful atmosphere.

    This reputation is partly due to its proximity to lush green areas, mountains like Doi Suthep, and its panoramic Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep temple. The Doi Inthanon National Park is 37 miles away with Thailand’s highest mountain.

    Hotels in Chiang Mai’s old city center are a popular choice, with picturesque scenery featuring its moat and older temples. Chiang Mai hotels can also be found around the Chang Klhan Rd, where the famous Night Bazaar takes place.

    The city’s nightlife runs along the Loi Kroh Rd, while Ratchadamneon Road hosts the main Sunday night pedestrian market. Don’t forget to buy an umbrella from Bo Sang and eat a bowl of kao soi.

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