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Staying in the heart of Thailand’s most fascinating historical and cultural region creates myriad opportunities to delve into Thailand’s colourful past, experience its local rituals, and truly understand the context of the vibrant surroundings.
Uncover the Rose of the North.


Doi Inthanon National Park is home to the highest mountain in Thailand and a number of smaller mountain ranges, for the most part these mountains are lined with hiking and adventure trails that suit any fitness level, from the intrepid adventure seeker and experienced rock climber to young family explorers, or those simply seeking a beautiful picnic spot surrounded by the beautiful landscape of Thailand.


The Mae Hong Son Province or better known as the Valley of three mists is the home of a large number of diverse Hill Tribes and Thai cultural villages, Mae Hong Son is the Adventure destination of Chiang Mai, you can take a guided tour through the province and take part in a host of adrenaline filled activates from quad biking, ATV trails, horse and elephant riding or white water rafting to name but a few.


Temple in Thai is wat, the Wat doi suthep is from the most famous and beautiful in all of Thailand, it is a short drive from city of Chiang Mai. Once you arrive at the temple you will have to climb the 309 step walkway which is decorated in traditional Thai patterns. The climb is well worth it as the view from the top overlooks the picturesque province.


Chiang Mai’s night bazaar has fast become one of the Cities most exciting tourist attraction must-do’s, you can expect to find the usual Thai souvenirs and crafts that one would come to expect from the likes of JJ Market in Bangkok, what sets the Chiang Mai night markets apart is the level of authenticity that can be found in some of the smaller stalls along the busy streets, you will come across hand made garments, original artworks, carvings and other ethnic and cultural items.


The Karen Hill tribes originally from Burma, started moving into Thailand in the 17th Century, the majority of the tribes can now be found in the Northern parts of Chiang Mai.


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22/2 Nimmana Haeminda Road Soi 9,

Su Thep, Muang Chiang Mai District,

Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand


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Location of the hotel was great. The surrounding was reasonably quiet, with access to many nice restaurants, be it local or international. The room was very spacious, and in very good condition.
- by By Kimmy L. (Stay date July 2016) -
I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights and from the moment we were picked up from the hotel our experience was amazing. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful especially Nee she was the best. The room was perfect and that outdoor tub was the best. The bed was extremely comfortable and pillows were perfect.
- by By Kyle David (Stay date July 2016) -
Beyond expectations...beautiful architecture and decor genius. Wonderfully competent staff! Great location in trendy area. Restaurants, bars, massage, and laundry foot steps away. Food is also awesome!!
- by By Anielle S. (Stay date July 2016) -
Where do I begin? This hotel was the most amazing hotel I have stayed at in my life. It is so modern and clean! It is small and intimate which was amazing. The pool was so unique and beautiful. Their breakfast is so delicious that it is hard to put it into words.
- by By Bernice B. (Stay date May 2016) -
This boutique hotel serves you at your every request from their heart and helped create a wonderful birthday surprise for my wife. All staff members are friendly and accessible and I would say the hotel probably reflects the best of friendly Chiang Mai. I would highly recommend it to every one
- by By Dennis C. (Stay date July 2016) -