This boutique retreat offers upscale hotel living, will all the amenities you could think of so close to Doi Suthep Mountain.
These hostels, and a hotel have a wee bit more to offer than a comfy bed for the night. One offers a stunning rooftop view of Chiang Mai from its bar, and the other two have great cafés to go with their bunkbeds.
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.
Since it opened its doors in 2005, the exquisite riverside property that is now home to Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, has maintained its standards as one of Chiang Mai’s most acclaimed city resorts. While urban and sophisticated, luxurious with world-class service, the resort also manages to ooze history, being the home of the Old British Consulate, the dilapidated historical teak building having been brought to life and celebrated at the heart of the property as the resort’s restaurants and bar.
Got some friends coming into town? Not quite sure you can handle them underfoot for more than a few nights? Well here are a few options to put your family and friends up, so you can have your house back to yourself after a long day!