Hotels and more in Chiang Mai

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  • £30

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    Wing Bed, Chiang Mai
    9.1 Superb 1,256 reviews
    Description Placed in Chiang Mai Old Town, Wing Bed offers cosy rooms with wooden floors and traditional decorations. Free WiFi is accessible throughout the property. Guests can find a tour desk on site.

    "All it was very good! The attention is wonderful! The hotel has a good location. All places is very near. We had a great days in this hotel. The breakfast very good. Congratulations!"

    ALBA ROSA. Mexico
  • £28

    Average price per night

    Mhonsa Hotel, Chiang Mai
    9.1 Superb 1,315 reviews
    Description Situated across the street from Chiang Mai Gate and a 2-minute walk from the famous Saturday Walking Street is the boutique Mhonsa Hotel.

    "- Location near to food stalls and Saturday market - Very friendly staff"

    EST-traveller. Estonia
  • £31

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    My Chiangmai Boutique Lodge, Chiang Mai
    9.1 Superb 1,026 reviews
    Description My Chiangmai Boutique Lodge is located in Chiang Mai, 600 metres from Wat Chiang Man and features an outdoor swimming pool. This 3-star hotel features free WiFi and a terrace.

    "The hotel is new and clean, rooms are very modern and spacious. The position was near the old town but in a quiet area, and we walked around most of the time (the hotel offers a bike rental so we used it once). The staff has been incredibly kind and helpful, breakfast is also very abundant. Would definitely recommend."

    Margherita. Italy
  • £35

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    Hyde Park Chiangmai, Chiang Mai
    9.0 Superb 1,050 reviews
    Description Situated just 2 km from the old town of Chiang Mai, Hyde Park Chiangmai offers comfortable rooms with free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk and security system.

    "Staff were amazing. Such a beautiful hotel!"

    Sebastian. New Zealand
  • £41

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    iWualai Hotel, Chiang Mai
    9.2 Superb 1,787 reviews
    Description Offering air-conditioned rooms in the Hai ya district of Chiang Mai, iWualai Hotel is 400 metres from Chiang Mai Gate.

    "The breakfast is out of expectation if u compare with the price. Staffs are friendly, they gave us suggestion where / how to go. We arrive on early morning , even we couldn't go to our room , but..."

    Fia. Indonesia
  • £32

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    Le Naview @Prasingh, Chiang Mai

    Le Naview @Prasingh

    Chiang Mai Old Town, Chiang Mai

    9.0 Superb 1,307 reviews
    Description Providing free WiFi, Le Naview @Prasingh is situated in Chiang Mai, 300 metres from Wat Phra Singh and 500 metres from Chedi Luang Temple.

    "Great hotel right in the center of the old city, within walking distance of temples. Rooms are big, clean and modern. Excellent pool. Breakfast in the caffee next to reception was very good."

    Daria. Belgium
Chiang Mai was highly rated for temples by 1,327 guests from the United Kingdom! Chiang Mai travel guide

The Rose of the North

Located among Thailand’s highest mountains, Chiang Mai is the beloved, idyllic and somewhat mystic capital of the North. Offering more than 300 temples, it is considered one of the most important cultural centres in the country.

Despite being Thailand's fifth-largest city, Chiang Mai still keeps a relaxed and laidback 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 mountains and lush green areas, like Doi Suthep Mountain and its panoramic Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep temple. The Doi Inthanon National Park is 60 km away and comprises Thailand’s highest mountain.

Hotels in Chiang Mai’s old city centre are a popular choice, offering a more picturesque experience, with 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 Rd hosts the main Sunday night pedestrian market. Don’t forget to buy an umbrella from Bo Sang and eat a bowl of kao soi.

Whether you arrive at Chiang Mai International Airport or come by land from Bangkok, don’t miss 'The Rose of the North' deals on!