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Siri Village Chiang Mai
4.5/5198 Reviews

Siri Village Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Ancient City Chiang Mai|0.86km from city center
Most of the hardware facilities are good, but the trash cans in the room and toilet are too small. The overall atmosphere is great, clean and comfortable. Breakfast tastes good too. The pool is also great. The free bicycle rental service is also very good, but it is recommended to pay more attention to the brake problem. The brakes of some bicycles feel a bit loose. The location is very good, quiet and quiet. The only thing that made us uncomfortable was the attitude of the staff. I had paid all the housing payments online in advance, but I was asked to pay an additional deposit of 2,000 baht on site, which shocked us. I have stayed in so many hotels and I have never been asked to pay a deposit. Although the staff was still very polite, what we felt was insincerity and even a bit contemptuous. The staff said they were afraid that we would damage the facilities in the room, so they needed to pay a security deposit, which would be returned to us after we checked out. We still gave us 2,000 yuan, but it caused us inconvenience because we had to go directly to the airport to leave Thailand after checking out, so returning us 2,000 yuan in cash after checking out was very troublesome for us and took up time on our trip. in budget. So the next day we told the staff that please return the cash to us. We can temporarily swipe the card instead. However, when we checked out on the last day, they said that we could not swipe the money back. We need to withhold the two thousand yuan and wait for 14 days. If there is no problem It will be brushed back. We don’t understand again here. If cash can be refunded immediately, why do you have to wait 14 days to swipe a card? We understand that tourists from a certain country may have caused losses to the hotel, which led to your reaction, but it is really uncomfortable for us to face the guests with a suspicious or even contemptuous attitude. Although the staff was very polite and tried their best when explaining Keep smiling, but we can feel the insincerity and discrimination underneath the smile.

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Heuan Pak Dee Hostel at Gallery
4.7/50 Reviews
Chiang Mai Ancient City
Because more than a hundred points are ordered, Thai houses are generally older. We are arranged on the first floor. It is a special tide, a special tide, a quite tide! The tide has no friends, and the quilt is still the kind of home that has not been renovated at home. By the way, there are ants, Xiaoqiang
Estia Chiangmai
4.2/545 Reviews
Chiang Mai Ancient City
We wanted to stay through Jan.1 at our original luxury hotel, but we could not at the time of booking, nor, was there a vacancy during our stay. We looked at google maps and tried all of the places closest. No vacancies. We found this budget hotel that had ONE room left! It is in walking distance to Three Kings Monument, Phra Singh, and other Old City venues, massage spas, etc. Estia has a cottage feeling, like a hotel in rural Europe with Thai surroundings. Everything was clean, large bathroom, hot water, the usual soaps and shampoos. bring your own conditioner and shavers. We always bring our own just in case, but sometimes these budget hotels will give you them if you ask. The wifi was strong. The TV had the usual Thai channels with a few in English. The gardens were sweet with lots of flowers. The pool is clean and more lounge chairs than at some luxury hotels! The indoor dining area is large for groups and you can sit outside but it might not be convenient for toasting bread etc. We only ate breakfast, and, at 149 baht, it was very reasonable. A water jug and clean glasses, an automated americano and espresso machine, fresh milk and cream, cereals including muesli etc. White and whole wheat bread. You choose from menu pancakes or eggs of different cooking methods. Two eggs. You get a small plate of two types of fruit. If you calculate the cost of coffee, this 149 baht price is very fair. A suggestion for certain travelers: you could stay at a luxury resort a day or more for the experience then switch to Estia for the rest of the week unless you are very picky, because if you are a tourist out all day then this is just a place to sleep. We live in Chiang Mai as retirees. Staying in Estia brought me back to my youth traveling around Europe! At $27 a night, Estia may surprise you. It is an older place but we are concerned with cleanliness. Estia is very clean. Grab Taxi easily finds Estia,
Decharme Hotel
4.5/589 Reviews
Chiang Mai Ancient City
The hotel consists of four buildings, each four stories high in a quadrangle formation. The pool is inside the quadrangle and all rooms are accessed from an open walkways around the interior of the quadrangle. Unfortunately, the noise reverberates and echoes throughout the hotel. We were woken at 5 am by a screaming baby and again at 7 am by guests rolling their suitcases on the walkways. Our room appeared to have been recently refurbished, all cabinetry and paint was in good condition with no chips or signs of wear and tear. The bathroom however was a different story and needs a complete renovation. The room was comfortable and a good price. The hotel appears popular with overnight tour groups.
De Lanna Hotel
4.3/5126 Reviews
Chiang Mai Ancient City
We stayed for 2 nights, English speaking staff, very friendly too, AMAZING location and Thai style. Everything was clean, neat, eco friendly, quiet and family friendly. The only downside is that the restaurant was overpriced which we didn’t eat there.
Nai Wiang Poshtel
4.4/50 Reviews
Chiang Mai Ancient City
My husband and I stayed 3 nights at Nai Wiang and were blown away by the overall experience. The staff are incredibly friendly, helpful and attentive and this place is probably the cleanest place in all of Thailand. You could eat off the bathroom floor; it is spotless! The little deck out back is nice for relaxing and tends to be a bit cooler than out on the street. We stayed in a room on the third floor up a narrow but quaint staircase. The room was small but was the perfect size for the two of us, our 2 bags and had a comfortable queen-sized bed. Excellent air conditioner which cooled down the room rather quickly due to the small size. Large shower with multiple shower head options and complimentary shampoo, conditioner and body wash. We came back each day to fresh swan towels on a nicely made bed. Television in the room though we didn't use it so cannot comment on it. The hostel is in a great location in the Old City, half a block away from the Sunday market, a 15min walk to the Saturday market and essentially anywhere in the city walls. Staff will take your laundry for 60THB/Kg and it's ready the next day. Overall a great experience; you will not regret staying here.
4.3/510 Reviews
Chiang Mai Ancient City
One of the best hostels I’ve stayed so far. Very clean and looks very nice and pleasing. I think this is newly built. Staff are so kind and accommodating. Place is close to temples, massage spas, stores, restos, old gate is 20 min walk. I don’t usually like being on the top bunk but this stay was comfortable. Beds are nice and sturdy. Big too. You dont hear a noise when going up the top bunk. Small breakfast of coffee and toast are provided in the morning.

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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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