Given how much this city is growing, it is no surprise that more and more hotels are appearing. What’s good about this is that there are now styles and prices to suit all needs.
Peak Nimman Prestige Hotel
Found in what some would say is the trendiest part of Chiang Mai, Peak Nimman Prestige Hotel stands out from the crowd with its wood cladded building. The elegant design reflects the Lanna style, but the rooms are also modern and exclusive — equipped with automated washlets, jetted tubs, and smart 4K ultra HD televisions. The hotel has just twenty-one rooms, but each is uniquely decorated to reflect the artistic flair of the city. The hotel also offers complimentary breakfast and in-room services. The staff is also waiting to facilitate guests with customised travel experiences such as golf packages, sightseeing tours, cooking classes, adventure tours, spa services and more. So whether you have friends or family coming to stay, or just need a place to rest after a heavy weekend out on Nimman, the Peak Nimman Prestige Hotel is a great choice.
Found just a few hundred metres away from Chiang Mai Gate, this modern and cosy hostel slash co-working space is ideal for all those wandering nomads. The architecture is striking in appearance and inside there is a great selection of dorm rooms to choose from, all decked out with study metal and wooden frame beds and bunk beds that can be curtained off for complete privacy. The hostel has free wifi for all visitors, and the bathrooms are shared. If you stay the night you can grab a delicious continental breakfast in the morning or take your pick from the a la carte menu. If you have come for the co-working space, no worries, just open a menu, grab a coffee and get to work. The hostel is situated right next to the weekend markets too so you’ll have plenty of things to distract you after a long day working.
69/10 Suriyawong Road, Haiya
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097 938 8880
Sri Anan Pura
This new hotel has taken elements of modern loft and Lanna styles and melded them together to create a unique hotel that is affordable, clean and comfortable. They have two buildings, one that focuses more on modern décor and the other focusing more on Lanna styles, however the teak wood and traditional fixtures are present throughout. Take a snooze on the full teak bed with drapes in the deluxe room or go another direction and book into one of the five Japanese inspired rooms with mattresses on the floor and bamboo fittings throughout. The hotel has a swimming pool with inflatables to play with and the staff are fluent in Thai, Chinese and English. Just ten minutes away from the airport and five from Chiang Mai Gate, it’s perfectly positioned for anyone wanting to explore the city without being stuck in traffic for hours on end. They even have a pick-up drop-off service if you wish to travel in comfort and style.
21/1 Soi 5, Nantaram Road, Haiya
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052 080 832