Whether you are looking for a super personalised boutique experience in the trendy heart of Nimman, an exotic getaway at the mouth of the Mae Sa Valley or a succulent lunch of Dim Sum to induce that afternoon nap, Chiang Mai has it all.
If you are looking for a luxuriously modern, private hotel that includes a butler who also cooks a lovely breakfast every morning and mixes cocktails late into the night, look no further than 2morrow Moments Private Home. This three floor townhouse has a spacious, naturally lit kitchen and living space, two beautifully designed bedroom suites, each on its own floor, and three patios where you, family or friends can make the most of your time together. You can stay in one of the suites, or if you are with friends or family, take over the entire place. 2morrow allows you to invite friends over, so you can even entertain and have parties there. 2morrow can be rented for 4,500 baht for one room per night or the whole house for 10,000 baht per night which can comfortably house four to six guests.
The Grand Morocc
An exciting new conceptual residence in Mae Rim, this Moroccan inspired hotel complete with exotic tiles, elegant courtyard pool and huge suites, is a great place to stay if you want to have all the conveniences of home while also enjoying the luxuries of a hotel. Each suite is uniquely decorated by the owners who have collected an assortment of objects d’art from not just North Africa, but throughout Asia. All rooms open up to generous balconies, perfect for a hot cuppa tea or a sunset cocktail. Suites also come equipped with a kitchenette, large bathroom with rain shower, living area, dining table and comfortable bedroom. A unique hotel at the entrance of Mae Sa, Chiang Mai’s playground.
Dim Sum at Jasmine Restaurant, Dusit Princess Chiang Mai
Start your dim sum adventure with fish, shrimp and pork dumplings served on a bamboo basket, with the aroma of seamed hot bamboo wafting up along with the dumplings to entice your nostrils and make your mouth water. Tuck into pork ribs with black pepper, pork wrap by alga, scallop ha-gow dumplings and steamed buns with fillings such as barbeque pork and a rich lava of salted egg yolk. Pair it up with a soup, some fried rice with salted fish and a sweet custard bun for a sweet ending to this sweet dim sum buffet deal. At just 399 per person and 199 for children, its a bargain. If you book a table for ten or more, get a free Peking Duck dish of your choice from the menu.