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"-- the perfect small hotel in the centre of town!"
We arrived here on January 9 th to be greeted by friendly knowledgeable staff . Our bedrooms are cozy - small but well equipped! This is a 4 star setup so don't expect everything- this is more than made up by the feeling of intimacy you get from a small hotel. The breakfast and dinner are served by the pool - you can dine inside or outside. The breakfast includes an egg station - the food suits all tastes. Dinner is a most relaxing experience with a small live music duo- very smooth. The staff are unfailing in their attentiveness 24 hours a day. I must congratulate the manager here- she is a good leader , has time for everybody and strikes the right note when you need something done. The hotel can organise trips to suit all tastes. We went on two of these - the first to the highest mountain in Chang mai stopping at vrarios points of interest - our guide Tana was the best we have experienced as was the trip which commenced at 8am finishing at 4 pm - ours was a private tour ( just the three of us ) cost approx 3200 bht/ person . The second was a trip on the river with Scorpio boats ( we organised this ourselves) - great fun - lasts approx 4 ours . Well worth the effort. In summary Chang mai is a wonderful place - the tamarind experience adds to it. Rory H
"Five star apart from the early morning waking"
We stayed here for three nights over New Year. The hotel is right in the heart of Chiang Mai and the famous walking market is right outside the door, so the location is brilliant and once inside the hotel it's hard to imagine the hustle and bustle outside. We travelled as a family and stayed in a Lanna suite and a Lanna room. They weren't interconnecting but were next door to each other. This may be a problem for people with younger children. Each day the hotel ran activities on the lawn for children, which I thought was a nice touch. The hotel breakfast was good and the kids loved their morning eggs and pancakes. Each member of staff we met was very friendly, smiley and couldn't do enough to help us. We had a fabulous time on New Year's Eve, with a delicious banquet around the pool and lanterns on the water. The staff had spent all day preparing and the tables all looked stunning. We had a great meal and then went into Chiang Mai. Thousands of lanterns were released into the sky from about 9:00pm until after midnight. It was an incredible sight that will stay with me forever. We also went to one of the temples and heard the monks chanting, which was a great contrast to other parts of Chiang Mai.. We decided to go back to the hotel for the new year countdown. By the time we got back, everyone was dancing along to the band and it was quite amusing watching from our table. So all in all, we had a great time. The only negative was cockerels and dogs barking. This started at 4:00am and carried on until after 10:00am. We spoke to the hotel about it, but obviously there was nothing they could do and there were no spare rooms to move us to. They gave us ear plugs, but these didn't really help. If you're a light sleeper, this may be a problem for you. Aside from this, the Tamarind Village is a fab boutique hotel and in a brilliant location, with helpful staff.
"Wonderful stay, nothing too much trouble"
It would be hard to beat the welcome from the staff at the Tamarind Village Hotel. Small, cosy and traditional with an emphasis on service. There were always plenty of staff about to help with everything. The free tour round the local temples was enjoyable and informative. The rooms were spotless, with daily replenished bottles of water. The room was quiet (apart from the odd rooster crowing) and the beds were comfortable, just what was needed after the hot and humidity outside. Conveniently located in the old town, easy to walk or ride to other areas of the city. Lovely clean swimming pool, great breakfast with plenty of choice and the restaurant was good too. Keep an eye out for deals and happy hour in the bar. All in all a most enjoyable stay and I have no hesitation in recommending Tamarind Village.
Amazing oasis of peace and tranquillity in the heart of the city. Ok there are lots of loud American groups but you can chill by the pool with esr phones in. Restaurant is idyllic by the pool. Breakfast excellent with great choice. Easy to walk anywhere in the city. Highly recommend!
"Beautiful boutique hotel"
Tamarind Village is located in the heart of old Chiangmai city. Once you enter the hotel, you feel a million miles away from the city life. The hotel is set in beautiful gardens and is extremely quiet, apart from any children enjoying the pool. Rooms are compact but beautifully presented with a number having canopied balconies. The pool area offers a lot of shade so you can relax and escape the direct sunlight. Breakfast is a delight overlooking the pool area and offers a varied selection of food. Staff very attentive but allow you your space. A delightful stay and will return on our next visit.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM