Hotels Near Chiang Mai University Art Museum

3.4/511 Reviews
0.92km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
Offering comfortable rooms with air-conditioning, Sa-Nguan Malee Mansion is a 5-minute drive from Chiang Mai Zoo. The property is equipped with a 24-hour front desk and free public parking.Sa-Nguan Malee Mansion is 200 metres from Chiang Mai University. It is a 10-minute drive to Doi Suthep Temple and a 12-minute drive to Chiang Mai Airport.Rooms are fitted with tiled flooring and simple decor. Each room comes with a TV, a refrigerator and a wardrobe. Shower facilities are included in an en suite bathroom.A 2-minute walk from the property, guests will find a variety of local dining options.
FromUS$13
0/55 Reviews
1.46km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
The surrounding environment is very good, there are mountains and trees, and the air is very fresh. It is very fun to play here. And you can cook your own meals here. The kitchen facilities are very complete, with pots and pans, and even the seasonings are ready. Buy some ingredients to show off your skills, and there are also fire extinguishers and fire alarms to tell the landlord. The safety facilities are very attentive, and the best part is that the elevator is very convenient to go up and down, without climbing stairs.
FromUS$144
4.6/5Outstanding8 Reviews
0.9km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
When we arrive at Chiang Mai airport , our taxi didnt know where the hotel was ( we guess the hotel is new so the taxi driver never drop anyone there yet) so we had to find the location of a hotel from their site. As we arrive at a hotel, the room has a very good size and the pool looks real nice. Oerall, we are happy about their services, cleanliness and their hugh breakfast!! Thank you!
FromUS$33
4.2/5Very Good14 Reviews
0.7km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
The hotel is relatively new, very close to Chiang Mai Airport, it only takes less than 20 minutes by taxi. But because it’s too close to the airport, it’s noisy, but it’s just behind Chiang Mai University and the traffic is very convenient. It’s close to Internet celebrity coffee shop No.39, Baan Kang Wat Cultural Village, and yellow craft shops. . Good value for money~
FromUS$22
4/5Very Good3 Reviews
0.73km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
Situated just a short walk from Suthep Road, U Sleep Chiangmai offers comfortable guestrooms and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can also relax at the communal lounge area.All rooms are fitted with air conditioning, a refrigerator and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The private bathroom all include hot shower facilities.The property is just 10-minutes away from the trendy Nimman Haemin street and 15-minutes from both Kad Suan Kaew and MAYA Lifestyle Shopping Center. Chiang Mai International Airport is approximately 7 km away.
FromUS$18
4.2/5Very Good17 Reviews
1.23km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
The appearance of the hotel is nice. The rooms are a bit simple and do not match the appearance. The door of the room is the wooden door with the key. Inside the house is a simple three-bed home and a table under the TV. The toilet is small and the toilet shower is very close. Breakfast is OK. All-you-can-drink juice, milk, coffee, and Asian breakfast. There are also Western-style bread slices, jam, butter and so on. The hotel is facing the back entrance of Chiang Mai University. There is an alley away from the main road, about 5 minutes walk to the main road, there is a 7-11. It is too dark to walk alone at night. cheap price
FromUS$23
0/50 Reviews
0.49km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
With a stay at The 168 Gallery Residence in Chiang Mai, you'll be steps from Chiang Mai University and a 3-minute drive from MAYA Lifestyle Shopping Center. This property is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Tha Phae Gate and 3.4 mi (5.4 km) from Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.This property offers designated smoking areas.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and a water dispenser. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 24 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include desks and electric kettles.
FromUS$22
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.84km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
Upon check in everything seemed ok - Odd sensation that they close at 10 pm so if anything happens i guess we are on our own. It's a no frills place basic room, clean but they dont plug in the fridge and they dont refill your water. The worst thing was that my room didn't have hot water so i froze trying to take a bath and as noone is here after 10 i couldn't do anything. The next day i asked to change rooms and only did so when i started getting angry. Parking space is always full - So we parked across and our car got hit and run during the night. When we asked the hotel for help and whether their guard saw anything they didn't care. Of course he was asleep how can he not see something 3 meters away??? It just made us sad how much they cared about their guests. I would not recommend this place if you drive or expect service. But come for inexpensive and good location. It's about 10 - 15 mins walk to the main road. Their "free" wifi is not true as the wifi does'nt reach guest rooms. So it's not really free wifi per se.
FromUS$15
4.8/5Outstanding25 Reviews
0.9km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
older but clean. good ac. good hot water. good Wi-Fi. festival next door and plane overhead are a bit noisy. the only negative really was the bathroom had a lip by the door to keep the water in,so I stubbed my toe a few times. pleasent staff.
FromUS$12
0/50 Reviews
0.96km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
Property Location With a stay at Hub53 Coworking & Coliving Space in Chiang Mai (Nimman), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Chiang Mai National Museum and Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center. This apartment is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Chiang Mai Zoo and 3.4 mi (5.4 km) from Wat Chiang Man. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Rooms have private balconies. Prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$17
4.7/5Outstanding6 Reviews
1.16km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
Insight Hostel is a place of mindfulness development that you can find the happiness. The hostel located in Pimokemuk Institute Meditation Retreat Center.
FromUS$6
0/55 Reviews
1.32km from Chiang Mai University Art Museum
The landlord is very responsible. He consulted a lot of questions before coming and answered them one by one. It is also very convenient if you want to go to the commercial street Ningman Road. If you want to take a taxi here, the price is not very expensive. Generally speaking, it is a good place with good price/performance ratio. The only thing that is not so good is that the room is not non-smoking, and I hate the smell of smoke, so I am not satisfied.
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Hotels Near Chiang Mai University Art Museum In Chiang Mai Review

4.7/526 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
200 taxis from the airport and delivered to the hotel (the driver can speak Chinese and left WeChat 666), in a small alley, very quiet, arrived at night, very beautiful, but it is a pity that the temperature difference between morning and evening in Chiang Mai is big, so swimming is not allowed. The wine bar is yellow, and there is an internet celebrity horse killing chicken shop lila on the back street~ Because I changed my itinerary halfway, two platforms have booked this hotel, but I have to change rooms the next day, and settled on the 3rd and 1st floors. It is strongly recommended to settle on the first floor, the room is much larger! And there is a bathtub in the bathroom on the first floor! It's a pity that I stayed in Chiang Mai for a short time. I really feel like I can stay in such a great hotel for a day! Stay here next time!
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FromUS$76
3.5/510 Reviews
Night Bazaar Area
After my usual place to stay, across the road from Tapae Gate, turned from budget to boutique hotel and with it the price level, I walked down Tapae Road in order find a “new old place”. And I found the Tapae Inn Hotel. It is old and worn and if you like fancy hotels, you would not be happy here. But for me it is good enough and nothing beats the price in this location (380 Bhat/Night). When I don’t sleep, I am out exploring the town any way. That it is very close to my favourite Indian restaurant is just another plus. The halls and corridors are styled like a museum. They are packed with old advertisements, old newspaper articles and movie posters. Most of it comes from the 1960s and 70s. - Most rooms can be secured with an additional pad lock. - The WiFi internet in the room is really fast. - At least my room had hot shower and I think they all have. - Rooms are air-conditioned. - They sell a limited number of beverages from a fridge next to the reception. - The lady at the reception is very friendly and helpful. - The reception counter is open 24/7. - It is very close to the night market (2 minutes). - “Spices” Indian Restaurant is nearby (1 Minute). - Tapae Gate is 5 to 10 minutes away. - A small Tops supermarket is across the road. The lady that runs the reception desk is very friendly and the guy on night duty was very helpful and efficient when I had trouble with the air-conditioner at midnight. The next Soi leads you straight into the Chiang Mai China Town area (1 minute walking). There is a big, red sign pointing you in the right direction. An additional sign gives Information about other highlights of China Town. Hundreds of travel agencies in Chiang Mai call themselves “Tourist Information” in order to lure in travellers. The official tourist information office, run by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), is only 3 minutes away, on the same side of the road and near the river.
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FromUS$8
4.5/512 Reviews
Huay Kaew
Breakfast is ok, although simple, but it has everything. It does not provide electric kettle, hairdryer, slippers. Use hot water to fetch water in the breakfast room, and a hair dryer can be borrowed from the front desk. There is a small swimming pool. The surrounding environment is not very good, the road is narrow, there are many cars, and the noise is loud. Especially too close to the airport, every day I lie in bed and listen to countless planes taking off, and the night is not peaceful. Stayed for two nights and moved decisively.
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FromUS$14
4.8/537 Reviews
Night Bazaar Area
The location is in Tapeimen, it is convenient to go everywhere, breakfast is passable, the hotel is a new hotel, but there is no taste of new decoration, this is pretty good. There is a boots when you go out, walk to Thai Temple, the night market is very close, cost-effective, will recommend to friends
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FromUS$14
5/55 Reviews
Charoenmueng Area
I really loved this hotel, it’s a little far from the old town etc (about 30 min walk) but easy if you just get taxis. But thats its only con. It’s spotless and Morden, nice hot showers. The restaurant has nice food and smoothies and the pool is amazing.
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FromUS$26
4.9/530 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
I've stayed at many different hostels, and believe me when I tell you that this was the best one I've stayed in! The staff was warm, friendly, attentive and patient. The hostel was clean, nice, and convenient. I'm usually hesitant to read excellent reviews because I think they are fake. This one, I'll definitely come back to again. Thanks to the lovely staff
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FromUS$10
3.7/58 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
I would highly recommend this hostel. It is approx a 10 minute walk to the old town, although most places are accessible within a approx 25 min walk. The hostel itself is really chilled out and great if you’re looking for somewhere that is quiet and you can actually sleep etc. The rooms were spacious, with a large locker in the downstairs. The bathrooms were cleaned every morning. I personally didn’t find the shower being a wet room an issue. There was tea, coffee and biscuits accessible all day. With bread out in the mornings to toast. The staff were lovely. There is a seating area outside to chill, as well as a balcony and small sofa area upstairs.
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FromUS$12
4.5/51052 Reviews
Nimmanhaemin Road Area
I booked executive room but I think I got downgraded to the lower class. Pay full price but look at the pictures and compare by yourself. The club on 8th floor open for non-hotel customers and they making a lot of noise the I couldn’t sleep. I complained to the receptionist but she couldn’t do anything just only offered me to change the room that’s why I found the room that I should get. NOT RECOMMEND!
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FromUS$29
4.6/58 Reviews
Doi Suthep Area
When we arrive at Chiang Mai airport , our taxi didnt know where the hotel was ( we guess the hotel is new so the taxi driver never drop anyone there yet) so we had to find the location of a hotel from their site. As we arrive at a hotel, the room has a very good size and the pool looks real nice. Oerall, we are happy about their services, cleanliness and their hugh breakfast!! Thank you!
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FromUS$33
4.5/511 Reviews
Nimmanhaemin Road Area
This hotel has to boast, it is really comfortable, just living on the 3rd floor, it is a bit inconvenient to have no elevator, but this hotel is really good location, it is worth recommending!
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FromUS$51
4.4/581 Reviews
Wua Lai
Although the hotel is not large, but the room is wide, the entire hotel is very elegantly decorated, with Lanna characteristics, but the large color of the main color makes people feel comfortable, not like the traditional Lanna color is very heavy. The whole corridor was clean and tidy, stayed for three nights, and the room was clean and barefoot every day. Did not buy breakfast, thinking that I would sleep late and would go out for food. The location is very good, although it is necessary to take a short walk, but to go to Chiang Mai Gate, Tha Pae Gate, Changkang Road are walking ten or twenty minutes, very convenient to save money, suitable for couples to travel. There is a construction site opposite the building that will be noisy during the day, but also go out during the day, overall satisfied, cost-effective! recommend!
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FromUS$15
4.6/532 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
I stayed in Room 4 on the 2nd floor, I was scared when I was sleeping by myself, so I turned on the light, but this was a street light right in front of the window, so the room was bright with that light, so I personally liked it. Location: This is the place I booked to go to Catsuan, so it's a 5-minute walk to Catsuan or 10 minutes? Anyway, it was easy to walk around, but the other places are a bit unclear to walk around. Breakfast: This is a restaurant How many mosquitoes were in the room, instead of a liquid home mat? I have that, I don't know the effect; Lol There is a front desk, a cafe, and a breakfast room on the 1st floor, but the two hosts seem to be sisters or friends. When I checked out, it seemed like my mother was out, it looks like a Chinese family. Anyway, the host is very friendly ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ It is because of the host if you visit here again Please note that the front desk is open until 8 PM, not 24 hours. There is a snack bar that is open 24 hours in the breakfast room, and there was an ant because the snacks were sweet. I have the same one, but I ate one, but when I return to Korea, I keep thinking about it, I should eat more then, ha.... *facility Dryer O Air conditioner O Netflex x YouTube O Shower O (water pressure is weak, washbasin is thin) Elbe X (Likes up when the carrier goes up, when it comes down, yo saps) Door latch O (Eun-geun important because she is alone) My departure time is evening, so I thought that the last day was just Woo-nim, but I had nothing to do until evening, and I wanted to end the trip in a leisurely way. It would be good for short-term stays and those who are not good at the dorm and go out and walk around. If you are staying for a long time and want to stay at the hostel and want a hotel-class cleanliness, it would be better to think about it again. That is all!
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FromUS$16
4.7/514 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
The hotel is in the ancient city of Chiang Mai. Let’s talk about the advantages first. It is very clean and similar to a homestay. There are cafes on the first floor and guest rooms on the second floor. There are only a few rooms. You have to take off your shoes when you go upstairs. To the north of the hotel, it is just 10 minutes away from the airport. It is very convenient to go everywhere. There is a delicious restaurant opposite the hotel, which is much better than the hotel itself, and the price is affordable! The front desk does not speak Chinese but only English. Fortunately, the translation software is very powerful and communication is barrier-free. Because what we reported in Chiang Mai are all day trips, we have to go out at 7 or 8 o'clock. The hotel breakfast is a bit late at 8-10 o'clock. It is a perfect miss. The hotel can only make sandwiches in advance for three days. This is a comparison. I'm sad. In addition, the shower head in the hotel only has a shower head and is fixed, which cannot be removed. It is depressing and inconvenient to bring a baby. The bed was comfortable and clean. This is everything for me personally.
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FromUS$32
4.8/519 Reviews
Nimmanhaemin Road Area
The location is good, but what makes this hostel the best is the staffs. They are genuinely friendly and try to help you whatever the matter is. Airconditioner, shower, toilet work fine! Linnens are clean and smelled good, plus free bottled water! Best choice for the money.
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FromUS$5
4.6/5114 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
The hotel is conveniently located in the ancient city of Chiang Mai. You can walk to the Saturday Night Market and the Sunday Night Market. There are hanging restaurant restaurants around, 7-11. There are many small restaurants on the street to Chiang Man Temple, and Chiang Mai cosmetics Shop and boots, there are many massage shops such as Oasis Spa, we also went to a nearby Xinxin Park and rented a straw mat to bask in the sun. Breakfast buffet Chinese food about four hot dishes a soup, white porridge, fried rice or fried rice or rice and other staple foods, fried eggs and scrambled eggs, Western bread and cheese jam, coffee milk tea, various fruits. We stayed in the hotel for 7 nights and basically didn't repeat. The room was neat and spacious. The awesome thing was the spa bath. My parents did a spa massage almost every day to ease the fatigue of the day. Sleeping at night is also relatively quiet. The hotel has a free airport shuttle, which needs to be booked one day in advance, but there is a fixed schedule. The hotel has a swimming pool, which is said to be from 9 am to 9 pm, but more than 8 am, I also saw foreigners swimming in the water. The pool is 1.2 to 1.4 meters deep. There is also a sauna, you need to inform the waiter when using it, the waiter helps open it. The decoration style of the hotel is Thai style, decorated with stained glass, which is very beautiful. All in all the family was very satisfied with this hotel. We live in 2-306. The window is not a pool view. The door is locked with a lock and a key. It is more traditional. By the way, because one day I went to paraglider alone, and the hotel helped me prepare a breakfast box at six in the morning. It was already 11 o'clock on the first night and I found that there was water in the bathroom after taking a bath. I told the front desk the next day and helped solve it. Another day I forgot to put the cleaning card on the door and left a message for Ctrip customer service. Ask them to help the front desk to say that the house has been cleaned after coming back. Thank you for your help.
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FromUS$49
4.5/518 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
The hotel is located in the middle of Chiang Mai’s Old City (Sifang City), close to Thapae Gate, there are many snacks and horse-killing shops around, and there are many similar homestays. There is a police station around, so there is no need to worry about public security. There is a tourist service center (similar to a travel agency) opposite the hotel for easy travel. The Thai girl at the front desk is very friendly, and there is an old grandmother who is responsible for shoveling ice cream. The ice cream tastes very good. Although I didn't eat it because of my menstrual period, I saw an Italian couple praise it. The hotel was renovated last year, not luxurious, but very clean. We only stayed for one night. We caught a flight at noon the next day. We slept too late the night before and didn’t have breakfast. But after looking at the facilities, they were basically equivalent to the price, not luxurious, but very similar to home feel. The whole hotel feels clean and refreshing. There are Thai wind chimes hanging on the side of the corridor. It is very comfortable to sit on a chair in the evening. The tiles in the toilet look very nice, so I couldn't help but take a picture. When we left, the store also gave us a keychain of an elephant as a souvenir. Although it is not a precious gift, it is very memorable. Five-star praise!
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FromUS$60
4.4/584 Reviews
Huay Kaew
The hotel is in a good location on the 4th floor of the CENTRAL Old City Store. It is very close to Maya Ningman Road. There is a bus to the airport and the largest Central Thai Department Store in Chiang Mai. There is 711 on the opposite side. Depressed, the hotel is older than the old TV, the refrigerator can be used without a hair dryer to ask the waiter, there is no window to open the air conditioner, the sound is too loud, you can only dial down the room card at night, the mattress pillows are too old Dry sleeping neck pain and back pain, the sheets are broken and I can't bear to change, it is the convenience of living at the right price
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FromUS$13
3.9/5274 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
Located in the ancient city of Chiang Mai, the hotel is very local and ethnic. The room facilities are more antique, the wash basin is installed in the room, and the washing is not convenient. The safe provided in the room is too antique, I will not use it. The bed linen is still very clean, the mattress is very soft, my room window is just facing the green plants, and the window can see the lush green. Breakfast service is available at the hotel. If you buy it, you will need to pay 150 baht. Many raw vegetables are not suitable for Chinese taste. You must pay a deposit of THB 500 when you stay, and if you do not consume it at check-out, you can get a full refund for other issues.
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FromUS$16
4.2/5400 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
The first time I traveled alone, so I looked for a hotel with a lot of Chinese people. After I went there, the front desk was very friendly. I asked for a higher-level quiet room and changed it for me. There was no impatience. Each door to the ancient city is about 20 minutes walk, next to a massage shop and a bird's nest shop. The room is almost the same as that in China for 7 days. I am quite satisfied that there are windows that can be opened and ventilated. The clothes are dried by the sun in the afternoon and the room does not have moldy smell. It is good to stay here for 4 nights. (The picture is sunrise outside the window, hee hee)
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FromUS$12
4.6/5270 Reviews
Area north of the old city
The hotel is located on the outskirts of the ancient city, the location is very good, the door is the bar beer girl is very bright, go left and turn left at night to have a night stand, there is a very delicious Fengfeifei pig's foot rice, at the door of 7-11, the hotel is very new, the room is oversized The facilities are very new. There is a small refrigerator that can buy some cold drinks. Walking through the river is the ancient city. There is a sister meeting Chinese in the front desk. The waiter is very warm and forgot to tip. The only thing that feels bad is that the newly renovated room window is not open. Flavor, air conditioning must always be open, in general, great for travel
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FromUS$23
4.2/516 Reviews
Area north of the old city
I had two wonderful experiences of staying here this month and was enchanted by the room I stayed in and the spectacular view of the Gold Buddha. I fell in love with my beautiful room and I would 100% recommend this gorgeous place to anyone wanting a peaceful, clean, gorgeous place to stay. They give you new water every day (in glass bottles NOT plastic, HALLELUJAH! finally, so.much.plastic.everywhere. I digress.) The location is PERFECT. Right at the border into the Old City, super near the cool bar North Gate, near a 7/11 and near a pharmacy and the hospital if necessary. The fantastic man who runs it, O/Sirapong is caring, kind, fantastic, a lovely person and goes above and beyond to help with absolutely anything you need. Breakfasts also had varieties of meals in a menu which I thought was quite generous because normally breakfasts can be quite standard. I loved staying here and would definitely return here which is why I came back twice.
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FromUS$25
4/517 Reviews
Chiang Mai Riverside
Stayed at Chiang Mai Grand Hotel many times. Although old, "thin dead camels are bigger than horses", it is still a cheap and good choice.
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FromUS$18
4.3/560 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
I booked this because the hotel booked before was full on the last day. In general: the advantages are outstanding, the disadvantages are fatal. Let me talk about the advantages: First, the location is good, quiet in the middle of the street, there are three exits in the alley, one is the Sunday night market, the other is the Three Kings Memorial Tower, there are many snack bars in the three exits, and there are also 711 nearby. In the city center, all places in the city are within walking distance. The second is very clean, no matter the rooms, corridors or stairs are spotlessly clean, and the third is that there is an elevator. Compared with most hotels in the city, there is no elevator. Smaller is fine. Disadvantages: First of all, it is too inconvenient to take a bath. The water heater is a kind of electric water heater that overheats. It should be turned off when it is used and adjusted (note that it is turned off). The water temperature is troublesome and not hot. Secondly, the shower area is small and the water will be good. A large amount of water flowed down the shower curtain to the ground, and there was no mop, which made the scene very busy. Third, it was too disturbing to not let the laundry. Fourth, the quilt was very thick, and the air conditioner was turned on to the lowest level. It was still too hot to sleep. I obviously felt an internal fire when I got up. If the above problems can be resolved, it is worth staying again
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FromUS$11
4.3/510 Reviews
Night Bazaar Area
The environment is indeed very good, with the charm of the ancient city em-Because of traveling with children, there will be a bit noisy during the period. I hope to be more tolerant to the children. The resort hotel is indeed a place for people to relax, but it is not a place where children are confined. If I totally approve and enforce the prohibition of making noise after ten o’clock in the evening, it would be too harsh to speak quietly during the rest of the time. The front desk with a designated grade ran over at every turn to signal us to lighten it. Wouldn't this affect the mood of my guest. Besides! The hotel is cleaning the room from 12 to 2 o'clock every day. The sound of vacuuming is loud! ! Doesn't this affect the normal nap children's work and rest? After a while, cleaning is not provided, and the customer first is a bit weak. There are many foreign guests in ps hotel, but few Chinese guests. In fact, I am still a bit dissatisfied, but overall it is not bad. The environment likes the room and the pool as well!
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FromUS$37
4.4/5146 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
The breakfast is good, fried rice, fried rice noodles, fried eggs, rice noodles, rice noodles, toast, vegetable salad and more than two fried dishes. All kinds of drinks, tea and coffee are very complete. The room is clean and hygienic, the bath water is large, and the temperature is stable. The transportation is very convenient. It takes more than ten minutes to walk to Thapae Gate. When you turn out, you will find the Zhoutian Night Market. Within 100 meters, you will find restaurants, convenience stores, and horses and chickens! If you are afraid of noisy sleeping, please inform the front desk in advance not to face the street room. Went in January, swimming was a bit cold.
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FromUS$24
5/527 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
This place has loads of pro's but also a few cons. Pros: The bed was the most comfortable and largest we have slept in since being away, the rooms are huge, the shower is excellent and the Wi-Fi is very good. There is also a safe in the rooms. Location was central in the old town. Cons: our room (3a) was right next to a school. The kids are very noisy but we were already up so it didn't bother us too much. After we went down for breakfast we couldn't hear the kids at all, so I think it was just in our room. The breakfast was awful, but it was included so may be just go elsewhere. The only thing on offer was eggs and toast, the fried eggs were stone cold and not cooked well, and there was only 1 small toaster for all of the guests so we had to wait a lot. Neutral review of the staff, they were ok but you could tell they didn't really want to be there. Although it sounds like a lot of cons, the pros far outweigh them and we'd recommend this place for a home away from home.
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FromUS$14
4.5/5117 Reviews
Chiangmai Old City
The hotel is located in the ancient city. It is a 20-minute walk to Taipei Gate and has a tuk-tuk, which is convenient. Night market at the door, easy to eat. Clean and hygienic, the swimming pool is not big but the children like it very much. Breakfast is generous and it's different every day! All in all, it was pretty good. Hotel service is also good! Except not being able to make an appointment. Will have the opportunity to come again. I would like to make a comment. The downside is that the front desk cannot help with taxis, because Huawei phones in mainland China cannot install grab. It is tantamount to catching a taxi! There is nothing to worry about. It would be better if the front desk could provide a taxi service!
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FromUS$26
2.7/55 Reviews
Nice little place close to a river. Also has some parking at the front if needed. On the weekend it can be a little noisy from the odd car/motorbike that goes past. Air con and fridge with water was included. Very clean rooms and quite a new building.
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FromUS$25
4.1/528 Reviews
Night Bazaar Area
1) Good location, 5 minutes walk from Peta Gate, 12 minutes walk from the night market, 15 minutes by taxi to 150B, at 4:30 in the morning, go to the airport to rent a mobile phone at the front desk of Hotel 181B (My budget is 400B, the front desk helped me the day before The phone call for taxi 257B is 4 o’clock, I didn’t communicate well with the front desk), 15 minutes to Festival center, 60B tuk-off, 15 minutes to Ningman Road, 60B tug-like 2) Every time you enter and leave the hotel, the front desk will greet, the waiter will help carry your luggage, and it is equipped with double elevators; 3) A family of three has a big room with a big bed, it is very convenient to take a bath, the sun can fully shine on the bed, and you can see Amy and Empire outside the window 、Duanban hotel, it would be better if the towels and shower towels were newer, and the corners and shower heads in the bathroom would be better updated; 4) The waiter changes the sheets every day, and the small bar is very hidden. Turn on the kettle and send a waiter up at the front desk; 5) The breakfast is delicious and full, with both Chinese and Western dishes. Although it is the same every day, if you want to change your taste, take a few steps to the street and have many Thai flavors; I saw the squirrel on the board, the children were very happy; in short, as a tourist, I can get the service he deserves, thank you!
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FromUS$35
4.2/557 Reviews
Area north of the old city
I work in a Chinese village in Jingluo County, Chiang Mai, and I will go to Chiang Mai for shopping on weekends when I have nothing to do! This is the second time I have stayed here, and after the first time I decided that there will be no special circumstances in the future, and I will live here in Chiang Mai! 😁 Reasons: First, the sanitation and cleaning are very clean, the bedding in the room is made of latex products, and the rest is very comfortable! Two: The proprietress is from Kunming, Yunnan, very polite, so the guesthouse also provides disposable toiletries like domestic hotels. Sometimes it is very convenient if you forget to bring your toothbrush and toothpaste. And the quilt is also a small, soft quilt, you know, the hotels here in Thailand basically do not provide disposable dental appliances, and they are covered with blankets and quilts, sometimes just two sheets with a blanket 😂😂😂 😂. Three: If you are traveling and are not familiar with calling a car or location, the lady boss will help you solve it, and will give you a Thai address when you check in, so that you don't have to worry about how to come back after going out to play! In short, I am very satisfied and love it! Live here in the future! In addition, this time because I was in a hurry when I left, I dropped the handmade house number hanging on the key into my bag when I returned the key! When I got on the plane, I found out that I hurried to call the proprietress to explain that she would bring it to her next time she came back. She did not blame or complain at all. Instead, she politely told me that it’s okay. Just send it to her when she is free! I'm so embarrassed!
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