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Reviews of Hotels in Chiang Mai

4.4/592 Reviews
Night Bazaar Area
The room was really clean, especially the bathroom, which I really appreciate. Both the rooms and bathroom have a nice aesthetic. There's a small desk, the bed is king sized, and the TV facing the bed seems to be around 40 inces. The AC worked fine. They don't seem to have any shared facilities however.
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4.7/558 Reviews
Chiang Mai Riverside
1. Breakfast is very delicious, it is recommended to stay for 2 nights. Michelin-starred breakfast, glass room dining experience is great. Sure enough, it is a chain of brands, which is the best quality breakfast we have ever eaten in Chiang Mai. 2. It is very suitable for bringing children. If you need to dry clothes, you can ask the hotel to take the drying rack. The lawn outdoor space can be played by friends. The swimming pool on the top floor of the 4th floor has children's shallow water. 3. The hotel is in a good location, suitable for 2 days accommodation, go to the central festival shopping mall, the best shopping mall, you can go shopping, you don't need to go to what maya, and the taxi has a special code to go to this mall. Thai baht. The price of the fruit wholesale market near the hotel is super cheap, and the locals will go there. It is much cheaper than the ancient city Ningman Road, and the cat mountain durian is 75 yuan. The famous restaurant wishing tree and good view near the hotel are worth eating. 4. The hotel service is very good, each waiter is very warm and very kind to the children. Every day, chocolates with our name are printed. Clean the room 2 times a day and pack it very neatly! Chiang Mai has lived in the best service hotel.
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4.4/555 Reviews
Chiang Mai Riverside
At the beginning, Lalin was really a bit uneasy. After checking in, both the room and the environment outside the hotel were very satisfied! Except for breakfast, it ’s more ordinary ~ It is recommended to experience the hotel spa. Although the price is a bit higher, it is worth the experience!
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2.2/530 Reviews
Wua Lai
The hotel is very close to the airport. Walk to the ancient city. There are 711, a silver temple and a very hippie vegetarian restaurant, pink house. The hotel is very Japanese-style, quiet and soundproof. Upstairs needs to take off your shoes, there is no elevator, the stairs are narrow, and it is very inconvenient to carry heavy suitcases. There is no window in the room, it is a bit stuffy, the air is very bad, and it is not convenient to open the door. And before I entered the room, I found that there were some black hair, long hair and short hair between the quilt, the quilt and the sheets. It was obvious that the hotel did not change the sheets and quilts before we checked in. Fortunately, after talking to the front desk, they immediately changed the cleanliness for us, and the attitude was good. The hot water here is very good, the wifi is very good, the air conditioning is also very good, the breakfast has no time to eat, the hot springs have not had time to soak, and the dog on the first floor is very cute. There is also a little suggestion: if there is a place to hang a towel in the bathroom,
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Chiang Mai Hot spring Hotel Guide

If you want to stay at the best hotel in Chiang Mai, Trip.com is here to help! Book your hotel on Trip.com for an amazing travel experience. Located in Thailand, Chiang Mai is a well-known and vibrant city. You can stay 3-5 days at hotels in Chiang Mai without running out of things to do.

Every day, travelers worldwide arrive at Chiang Mai International Airport to start their vacations and business trips in Chiang Mai. If you don't want to take a flight, coming to Chiang Mai by train is a good choice as well.

Trip.com offers discounts of up to 20% on 1907 boutique hotels in Chiang Mai. The local average price is 44 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 34 five-star hotels in Chiang Mai at an average price of 222 USD per night. There are 149 four-star hotels in Chiang Mai at an average price of 73 USD per night. There are 813 three-star hotels in Chiang Mai at an average price of 37 USD per night. There are 388 two-star hotels in Chiang Mai at an average price of 18 USD per night. There are many well-known chain hotels in Chiang Mai. Hotels under the Holiday Inn brand are a good choice. Holiday Inn is the top choice of many travelers in Chiang Mai. Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai is one of the most popular hotels in Chiang Mai. Many tourists also stay at Dusit Princess Chiang Mai.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown Chiang Mai, such as Tha Phae Rd, Sunday Walking Street, Tha Phae Gate. You can choose attractions in Chiang Mai that are perfect for a weekend getaway, such as Elephant Carer Home, Alpine Golf & Resort, Chiang Mai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort. The most famous attractions locally are Chiang Mai Gate, Th Chang Khlan Night Bazaar, Chiang Mai Old City. Commercial areas like Maya Lifestyle Shopping Center, Nimmanhaemin Road are ideal places to buy souvenirs.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 28.62°C during the day, 20.79°C at night

• April to June: 31.74°C during the day, 26.29°C at night

• July to September: 29.65°C during the day, 25.62°C at night

• October to December: 27.29°C during the day, 21.79°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 10.3 cm

• Summer: 114.6 cm

• Autumn: 189.5 cm

• Winter: 62.47 cm

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