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All time the Best Hotels in Chiang Mai


Chiang Mai may be Thailand’s second city, but it’s in a league of its own. With glittering temples, a laid-back cafe culture and some of the best cuisine in Northern Thailand, it’s enduringly popular with students, digital nomads and beach-weary travellers looking for a culture-soaked city break in cooler climes.

Rompo Boutique Hotel (Old Style Lanna Hotel)

If you love to get Old Lanna (old name of Chiang Mai) Style experience then Rompo Boutique is one of the best option.

Featuring a restaurant, bar and views of city, Rompo Boutique Hotel is located in Chiang Mai, a 9-minute walk from Tha Pae Gate. The property is close to several well-known attractions, a 17-minute walk from Chiang Mai Gate, 1.8 km from Chang Puak Gate and 1.9 km from Chang Puak Market. Wat Phra Singh is 2.6 km away and Chiang Mai Bus Station is 3.5 km from the hotel.

BED Phrasingh Hotel

BED Phrasingh Hotel

Smack bang in the middle of the old city, BED Phrasingh Hotel has neat rooms with compact balconies and a shady little pool. Its namesake 14th-century temple, Wat Phra Singh, is just around the corner; borrow a bike from the hotel to take in the historic centre in one afternoon before venturing beyond the ancient boundary to browse the wares at Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.

Sala Lanna Hotel

Sala Lanna Hotel

With views over the scenic Mae Ping River, Sala Lanna is among the most dazzling boutique hotels in Chiang Mai, combining minimalistic elements with the charms of Thai architecture. A rooftop pool and a cocktail bar make for a truly relaxing experience, and the wide range of wines available here attracts non-guests to the hotel. Two restaurants offer Thai dishes with authentic flavours.

Puripunn Baby Grand Boutique Hotel

Puripunn Baby Grand Boutique Hotel_58a62fb7

Chiang Mai has a number of architecturally stunning hotels, but few are as magnificent as the Puripunn Baby Grand Hotel, situated in a heritage zone and surrounded by the city’s greatest concentration of antique wooden buildings. The hotel style follows the Lanna tradition, reflecting the rich history of northern Thailand. It features 30 sophisticated rooms, offering a personalised experience only minutes from the top sights and the old city centre.

Muhammad Hamza Khan Abduhu
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Muhammad Hamza Khan Abduhu

Hi I'm Muhammad Hamza Khan Abduhu from Pakistan. I’m a Software Engineer by profession and my core job is web, iOS and Android mobile app development.

Traveling is my passion. I wish to visit maximum number of the countries of the World and share my travel experience with everyone through vLogging & blogging.

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