Chiang Mai

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Rachamankha
9
Si Phum
11 reviews
The encore effort by architect Ong-ard Satrabhandu to Tamarind Village, Rachamankha imitates an ancient monastery in Lampang. — Lonely Planet
Anantara Chiang Mai Resort
9
Chang Khlan
11 reviews
Tropical-modern style creates a calming mood at this riverfront resort. — Gayot
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
9
11 reviews
The last word in Lanna luxury, with superbly appointed rooms and apartments, a swimming pool and a gorgeous spa, all set around a picturesque lake and rice paddies. — Rough Guide
The Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai
8
Tha Sala
11 reviews
Almost a kingdom unto itself, the Dhara Dhevi is an amazing resort destination that has recreated a miniature Lanna village. — Lonely Planet
Tamarind Village
8
Si Phum
8 reviews
The Tamarind Village is a charming boutique hotel located in the middle of Chiang Mai's old city. — Oyster
DusitD2 Chiang Mai
8
Chang Khlan
9 reviews
131-room hotel with tongue-in-cheek touches (the staff performs a chorus line during the afternoon shift switch), located next to the night bazaar. . — Travel + Leisure
137 Pillars House Chiang Mai
8
Chang Moi
7 reviews
Courtesy of 137 Pillars House Modern luxury is wedded with old world glamor at this sophisticated boutique hotel located in the Wat Gate neighborhood of Chiang Mai. — Travel + Leisure
Le Meridien Chiang Mai
8
Chang Khlan
5 reviews
Le Meridien is one of three international chains to migrate to the night bazaar area... to capitalise on the promotion of Chiang Mai as a convention centre. — Lonely Planet
Baan Orapin Bed and Breakfast
8
Chang Moi
5 reviews
For those looking for a more intimate and personal stay in Chiang Mai, Baan Orapin is a real gem. — Frommer's
Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
8
Chang Khlan
4 reviews
The Shangri-La Chiang Mai lives up to the standards of the Shangri-La luxury brand. — Oyster
Gap's House
7
Si Phum
4 reviews
This inn is both well placed for exploring the Old City and removed from the hustle and bustle, sunk dreamily in a backstreet tropical oasis. — Fodor's
Hotel des Artists Ping Silhouette
7
3 reviews
The 19-room Hotel des Artists Ping Silhouette is a three-and-a-half-pearl boutique hotel situated on the east side of the Ping River — Oyster
Baan Kaew Guesthouse
7
Chang Khlan
3 reviews
This motel-style guesthouse, an enclosed compound in a quiet neighborhood, just a short walk south of the Night Bazaar, has a well-tended garden and a manicured lawn. — Frommer's
Ping Nakara Boutique Hotel & Spa
7
Chang Khlan
5 reviews
Outfitted with a stunning pool in the central part of the hotel, a library that even a drunken Hemmingway couldn't resist lounging in, and a rotunda that was designed with luxuriating in mind. — Afar Magazine
Yaang Come Village
7
Chang Khlan
4 reviews
The Yaang Come Village is a smallish boutique resort, featuring traditional Lan Na-style architecture and design. — Oyster
Puripunn Hotel
7
4 reviews
Situated a bit outside of the main tourist areas, yet still within walking distance of top attractions like the Night Bazaar, this upscale boutique hotel offers a quiet atmosphere. — Oyster
U Chiang Mai
7
Si Phum
5 reviews
Corporate-friendly hotel with a 24-hour checkout policy: you leave at the same time you arrived. — Lonely Planet
Hotel M Chiang Mai
7
Si Phum
4 reviews
You don't get a whole lot of Thai ambience, but you do get clean, modern hotel rooms with all the expected mod-cons, in a great location. — Lonely Planet
Kantary Hills, Chiang Mai
7
4 reviews
Immaculately turned out Kantary Hills offers stylish hotel rooms in a vast, self-contained complex set back a bit from the Nimmanhaemin action. — Lonely Planet
Akyra Manor Chiang Mai
7
4 reviews
Enormous rooms and luxurious extras that include high-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and state-of-the-art technology. — Fodor's
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