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"Ten nights at this hotel was 5 too many"
We booked this hotel via an agent which was a big mistake,we knew the Lana rooms were small and tried to reserve a deluxe but none were available but Lana, room was just 20 square metres with not enough room even for a chair,no outdoor patio.The entrance was through a pair of narrow glazed French doors fitted with curtains that allowed the outside security lighting to bathe the room,the shower was the only good thing of merit Breakfast was adequate , the pool was too cold except for the very brave! It would appear that this hotel is used mainly by tour groups of between 15/20 people staying for 2/3 nights so there is quite a lot of coming and going at all hours On a positive note it is centrally located ideal for restaurants etc. Not recommended for a luxury stay,
"Heaven on earth"
In the middle of the hustle and bustle of Thailand's second largest city and capital of the north, you find this beautiful gem. It is a trully sensational retreat for those seeking to explore Chiang Mai but also willing to relax in a great boutique property. The staff is amazing and very accommodating. The setting could not be better. Everything from sounds to smells is absolutely great. They combine traditional decoration with a modern twist. The inner patios and gardens, the spa treatments, the swimming pool... and the restaurant and its amazing breakfast and food!! It´s a 10 out of 10. They also offer free activities such as walks around the neighbouring temples. Another must whilst you stay there!
This was such a tonic after our soulless Bangkok hotel - three nights here and we truly didn't want to leave. We were greeted with a delicious ice tea 'on the house' and our stay only got more memorable. We had a deluxe lanna room, overlooking the tamarind tree in the courtyard. A beautiful view, which we got to appreciate from the balcony on our room. We later ordered room service from the (fantastic) restaurant to sit and appreciate it further. Even if you don't want the room service, go to the restaurant. Some of the best Thai food we had during our two-week trip to various places in Thailand. The room itself was not huge, but completely charming. There were a couple of traditional-style hill-tribe hats on the bedside table, complete with explanation which was a lovely touch. They set up a mosquito net on our request (you'll need it, unfortunately), there was free fruit every day, free bottled water, free tea/coffee etc. We felt well taken care of. The bed was very comfortable, the air conditioning perfect. The only small thing was that the pipes were very noisy - a neighbouring room had a shower in the early hours one morning and it was SO LOUD. Like, shouting volume. Thankfully it didn't happen again! Finally, the hotel organises some memorable activities - the free walking tour we went on was one of the best tours we did all trip (our guide talked to us in detail about the local temples to the hotel, we gave alms to a monk ... something I wouldn't have wanted to do otherwise out of fear for disrespect or cultural appropriation [I'm English, need I say more...] but I felt well enough educated by the guide to do so!). We also took part in one of their free afternoon activities ... lotus-flower folding. I was completely useless, but that made it even more fun. Despite the pipes situation, this is one of the most charming places I've ever stayed on holiday and would seriously consider going 6,000 miles back to Chiang Mai to stay here again! The city is brilliant too, by the way :-p
"Jewel in the crown!"
This boutique hotel is right in the centre and is just so serene, loved staying here after the hustle and bustle of Bangkok so very peaceful and the staff and food are wonderful probably the best Thai food I've ever eaten! Temples and markets all on the doorstep!
"Peaceful, in the heart of Chaing mai "
After having a fantastic experience in their sister hotel in Krabi we wanted to stay here when visiting Chaing mai. The service was excellent. The rooms small but cosy, beautifully decorated in a traditional Thai style surrounding the famous tree which is a sight in itself, lit up at night with lanterns. The pool was too cold to go in but we enjoyed relaxing around the pool after a days sightseeing as well as eating breakfast by the pool, which was nice. The food in the restaurant was excellent and had good choices for vegetarians. What we liked about this hotel the most was it's location. It's right in the heart of Chaing mai, all the sights, bars and restaurants are within walking distance and it is in the centre of the Sunday night market. The hotel provide you with a suggested walking tour of the old city which was great for orientating yourself when you first arrive and very easy to follow. However, when you're in the hotel itself it is so peaceful and tranquil you would never know there was all the hustle and bustle on the doorstep!
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM