Chiang Mai

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Chang Khlan
11 reviews
Chiang Mai’s most ambitious homage to modernism, the Chedi has transformed the former British Consulate into a minimalist sculpture. — Lonely Planet
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11 reviews
Twenty minutes outside Chiang Mai proper, with 12 poolside villas, plus pavilions that look onto rice paddies, the hotel’s two resident water buffalo, and the Mae Rim Valley.  . — Travel + Leisure
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Si Phum
11 reviews
Looking more like a temple than a hotel, this spacious, architect-owned property with just 24 elegant rooms is hidden in the quiet backstreets of the old city. — Rough Guide
8
Tha Sala
11 reviews
"This place is a fairy tale come to life." The grounds (all 60 acres) and "the people envelop you like a hug--you never want to leave." — Condé Nast Traveler
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Si Phum
8 reviews
Rooms at the Tamarind are marvels of polished concrete burnished to a shining glow, complemented by straw mats and chic contemporary Thai furnishings, all making for a pleasing minimalist feel. — Frommer's
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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
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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
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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
8
Chang Moi
5 reviews
Delightful compound overshadowed by tall longan trees, offering big, comfy and characterful rooms with teak and rattan furnishings and wooden floors. — Rough Guide
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Chang Khlan
4 reviews
It isn’t Chiang Mai’s most charming hotel, but it was built to address the city’s lack of meeting space. — Lonely Planet
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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
7
Chang Khlan
5 reviews
The Ping Nakara Boutique Hotel is a charming, intimate in-town resort, housed in an exquisitely designed northern Thai and colonial-style home. — Oyster
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3 reviews
Located on the east side of the Ping River in Wat Ket, a vibrant area that used to be a multicultural trading neighborhood with Chinese influence, all of Chiang Mai’s highlights are nearby. — Frommer's
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
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4 reviews
The all-suite property is a collaboration with Singapore-based designers Manor Studio whose creative director Chaw Chih Wen has modeled the 23 suites around the idea of a focal courtyard. — Wallpaper
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Si Phum
4 reviews
Formerly the Montri Hotel, this was the earliest address of note for foreigners in Chiang Mai, and it is still a convenient, inexpensive choice just inside the Old City—and across from Thapae Gate — Frommer's
7
Chang Khlan
4 reviews
Flanking the pool area are the guest rooms, housed in brick buildings with Lanna-style roofs, red-tile floors, balconies, glossy tile bathrooms, four poster beds, and unique wall murals. — Frommer's
7
4 reviews
Just a little over a year old, this 30-room hotel lies on a narrow, winding soi in Wat Gate, a heritage neighborhood just east of the Ping River. — Concierge
7
Si Phum
5 reviews
With an ideal location right in the center of the Old City—the Sunday Walking Street sets up right in front!—U Chiang Mai is an easy to walk to the city’s main temples — Frommer's
7
Chang Khlan
4 reviews
The elegant curved facade of the Imperial Mae Ping resembles the side of a luxury cruise ship. ... Everything about the hotel is vast, from the extensive gardens to the marble...lobby. — Fodor's
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