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Le Meridien Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Le Meridien Chiang Mai

108 Chang Klan Road, Chiang Mai - Map
"Nice hotel with very attentive staff. "
Had a great time staying at this hotel. Good food and excellent staff.
Traveller from Indonesia
Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa

123-123/1 Charoen Prathet Road, Chiang Mai - Map
"Friendly staffs, prime location and nice environme"
We took early flight to leave Chiang Mai. The staffs not only helped us to arrange taxi at early morning, they also helped us to prepare breakfast box before we asked them. I bought a internet SIM card but don't know how to activate. The staffs are very helpful to fix it.
Traveller from Hong Kong
Accredited Leading Golf hotelThe Chedi Chiang Mai is located on the bank of the Ping River, within walking distance of the …More
The Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai

51/4 Chiang Mai - Sankampaeng Road, Chiang Mai - Map
"Very nice resort"
Excellent food. The Chinese, Thai, and breakfast buffet were all excellent !! The bakery was really exceptional and on par with any famous NY desserterie!
Traveller from Richmond, VA
Located five km (three miles) away from the Night Market and Ancient Temple, this hotel is 11 km (seven miles) from the …More
Ban Sabai Village Resort & Spa - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Ban Sabai Village Resort & Spa

216 Moo 9 San Pee Sua, Chiang Mai - Map
"Nice hotel. Great staff"
We were 3 nights at this amazing hotel. It's situated 5 km far away from the town but it worthy!! The rooms are small bungalow around the pool and surrounded by the forest.
Traveller from Bilbao, Spain
Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai

132 Loy Kroh, Chang-Klan, Muang, Chiang Mai - Map
"strategic location with many ammenties surrounding"
The hotel is well located with many restaurants,night markets and amenities. The disappointing part is the wifi is intermittent and have to get new password after 3 days of stay. Then the towels, floor mat and hand towels will never replaced after cleaning up the room. Sad too say even after a few calls,then the hotel staff will send the towels,hand towels and floor mat up. No doubt tips will left on the bed for house keeping but never will the service up to standard.
Traveller from singapore
Situated in downtown Chiang Mai across the street from the Night Bazaar, this hotel is three km (two miles) from Natural …More
Veranda Chiangmai - The High Resort - Hang Dong Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Veranda Chiangmai - The High Resort

192 Moo 2 Banpong, A. Hangdong, Hang Dong - Map
"Stylish architecture in the hills of Chiang Mai"
Enjoyed a 6 night stay in the hills of Chiang Mai. Stylish modern hotel with manicured gardens, infinity pool and views to a temple on the hilltop. Free shuttle bus from the hotel 3 times a day into central Chiang Mai which is 25 mins drive away. Shuttle times allow for the night bazaar to be visited. Use an airport taxi as a driver for a the day to visit all the adventure sites in North west of the city for eg: Tiger Kingdom, Zipline and Shooting Range. Went out of hotel to the local village and was able to get cheap eats and shops to prevent one paying the over inflated hotel prices. Had the complimentary breakfast each day which is best. Used the hotel gym and one can rent bicycles or walk around the locality to find the local temple and even walk up to the top of the mountain to the big temple there. Enjoyed staying outside of Chiang Mai after a day's sightseeing to enjoy the peace and serenity of the hotel and its surroundings. Room service is good and lovely setting for an evening meal and cocktail too. Went in early July and the rains had not yet really started.
Traveller from Western Australia
Smart, sophisticated cocoon looking out from the hillside, Veranda Chiang Mai - The High Resort lies on the quiet valley …More
Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa Chiang Mai

36 Rat Uthit Road,, Chiang Mai - Map
"Good hotel with excellent staff"
The hotel is a little distance from the town but the town is very accessible. The staff were very friendly and extremely helpful, and the rooms are spacious and very clean. The hotel restaurant offers decent food which is very reasonably priced. The pool was not as clean as we would have liked, and was a little crowded - perhaps the perils of going at peak tourist season.
A Traveller
Hotel YaYee - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel YaYee

17/5 Sainumphueng Rd. T. Suthep, Chiang Mai - Map
"Nice hotel close to Nimmann road, nice staff !!"
Nice service, lovely decoration and easy to walk around at Nimmann road. It's suitable for slow life on holiday. More over breakfast was adorable and yummy.
Traveller from Bangkok,Thailand
Zensala Riverpark Resort - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Zensala Riverpark Resort

168 Patan Road, Chiang Mai - Map
"Pretty good"
Perfect place to stay for peace and quiet. Resort states they have a free shuttle service which runs you into town - however it only goes once a day at 11am. Not very convenient therefore we were not able to take advantage of this service. Had some issues with the hot water during our stay also but as it was pretty warm at the time it wasn't a major issue.
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
Noble Place Chiangmai - Chiang Mai Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Noble Place Chiangmai

98/5 M.1 Soi Khaimuk 1, Chiang Mai - Map
"Nice room, across street from large mall."
The room was much nicer than I expected. The buffet breakfast, included with the room, was quite good, with plenty of variety for those with western taste. Room service was prompt.
Traveller from Cheyenne Wy.

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    About Chiang Mai

    Seven centuries of history greet visitors in every corner of Chiang Mai, Thailand, from its 300 ancient temples to the tranquil moat surrounding its walled city. Until the 1920s, Thailand's fifth biggest city was only reachable by dangerous river or elephant journeys. Even though Chiang Mai is far more accessible today, its distinct charm remains intact thanks to its surrounding mountain scenery and cooler climate, when compared to most other Thai regions.

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    No Chiang Mai visit would be complete without admiring the city and its surrounding green foothills from the lofty Doi Suthep summit. The temple on this mountain's slopes, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, was first built in 1383 and ranks among the city's most distinctive landmarks. A cable car is available for visitors unable or unwilling to climb the temple's over 300 steps.

    Another way to admire Chiang Mai is aboard a Mae Ping River cruise. Most of these one- to three-hour cruises depart from a pier near Wat Chaimongkhon and take passengers past lush jungles, hill tribes, and even the nearby city of Chiang Rai. Evening dinner cruises are also quite popular.

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    Visitors wishing to enjoy one of Chiang Mai's elephant shows should arrive early in the morning or the afternoon. Many establishments also offer elephant rides after their shows. Baanchang Elephant Park ranks among one of the area's cheapest and most reputable elephant camps. Eddy Elephant Care visitors will not only enjoy private tours of this property, but also learn how to bathe and train these mighty beasts.

    Restaurants and Bars

    Chiang Mai ranks only second to Bangkok on the list of Thai cities with amazing food options. Mild curries, noodles and rice are some of the traditional northern Thai dishes served in many Chiang Mai guesthouse and hotels. The city is also filled with food carts and noodle shops which serve these same dishes at rock bottom prices.

    Chiang Mai's nightlife may not be as notorious as many other Thai cities, but Loi Kroh Road, Tha Phae Gate, Moon Muang Road, and the Chiang Mai Entertainment Complex are the city's liveliest areas after dark.

    Shopping in Chiang Mai

    The legendary Night Bazaar is undoubtedly Chiang Mai's most famous shopping spot, but the entire city contains some of Thailand's best bargains on Buddhist ornaments, jewellery, antiques, and silk goods. The Chiang Mai Night Bazaar alone includes not only crowds of street vendors, but also a building filled with a permanent selection of clothing boutiques and craft shops. The Saturday Walking Street market is also great for souvenir shopping. Many more Chiang Mai non-profit shopping outlets sell high quality handicrafts created by neighbouring hill tribes.


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