The top voted hotels in Chiang Mai Old City have proven their quality over many years, receiving consistently excellent feedback from the thousands of guests who have voiced their opinions after an enjoyable stay. For a hotel to make this list means it has pleased previous guests with great service, value-for-money, price, facilities and location, so you can be confident that these properties offer quality across the board.
There are thousands of hotels in Old City Chiang Mai so booking the right place for your trip can be challenging. Thankfully, you can trust that any of the top ranked hotels in this list are pretty much guaranteed to offer a great place to stay.
- Wat Doi Suthep & Hmong Hill-Tribe Village
- Doi Inthanon National Park Tour
- Ping River Dinner Cruise
- Khantoke Dinner with Traditional Dance Performance
- Old City Half-Day Bike Tour
- Flight of the Gibbon™ Zipline Tour
- 2-Day Whitewater Rafting & Ziplining
- Full-Day Countryside Bike Tour with Lunch
- Aroy Aroy Thai Cooking School & Market Tour
- Full-Day Excursion to Chiang Rai & Golden Triangle
Arte HouseOld City
Arte House is part of that quirky and wonderful breed of boutique hotels that charms you from the get-go.Located in Chiang Mai, it has been designed in similar fashion to a bed-and-breakfast with a lot of emphasis on unique style apparent throughout the place - from the handmade nameplate hanging on its front gate, to the rooms which feature lots of personal quirky flair.Offering guestrooms that are pretty and trendy, each unit comes with a choice of either a queen-sized bed or a pair of singles - just be sure to mention to the front desk when checking in what your preference is.Besides that guests can also find home comforts such as air conditioning and an attached bathroom with standing hot shower facilities. Read More...
Rachamankha Hotel in Chiang Mai is one of those places that just takes your breath away.The design concept brings together the vision of some of the best architects and designers in the country, with a whole host of antiques in the corridors and bedrooms, a walled sanctuary in the middle of the citys old town.Every room has a different feel to it, some a 19th century touch from china, with cherry red pops of colour and ornate lanterns, others with stunning drapes made from silk.Lovers of art will be suitably impressed with the features and fittings, teak day beds, wicker chairs and large polished lamps. Read More...