The best hotels in Chiang Mai Old City follow a theme of classic Lanna-style architecture, gorgeous interiors and inimitable Thai hospitality, and our list is truly the best of the best. This area is very popular with visitors to Chaing Mai, particularly those who want to immerse themselves in the fascinating history of the city. In fact, with so many stunning temples and museums dotted around, staying here can feel like experiencing history first-hand.
If you’re idea of a perfect Chiang Mai hotel consists exotic Thai-style sloping roofs, silk sheets, ornate carving and verdant gardens, our list of the finest hotels in the Old City will surely not disappoint. Plus, with our dynamic guides we are always up to date with the best places 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
Bodhi Serene Chiang MaiChiang Mai
Bodhi Serene Chiang Mai can be found in the spectacular walled Old City.The hotel reveals to its guests beautiful Lanna designs that are combined with more modern insertions.The hotel is within walking distance from ThaPae Gate.Guests can reach the night bazaar by foot and it takes them just about 15 minutes to do so.Chiang Mai International Airport, the train station and bus terminal are all just a 15 minute drive away from the hotel.The welcoming hotel has its own library, outdoor pool and restaurant.There are 38 non-smoking rooms that have air conditioning, cable TV and a DVD player.Each room has an en suite bathroom that includes both shower facilities and a spacious round bathtub. Read More...
De Lanna HotelChiang Mai
The De Lanna Hotel is a lovely three star boutique hotel in the very middle of Chiang Mais Old City Centre.In this area, guests will find themselves within a very short walking distance of the famous temple Wat Phra Sing, the Sunday Walking Market, and some of Chiang Mais best cooking classes.Also nearby are a wide variety of antique and boutique shops that have the best of what Chiang Mais famous shopping has to offer.The rooms are decorated in a modern style with accents of traditional Lanna Thai fabric and design.This hotel maintains its ultra-modern style in all aspects of its presentation, including the food lovingly prepared in its De Lanna Restaurant, where you can find food a cut above the average hotels offerings. Read More...
Tamarind VillageChiang Mai
Tamarind Village is located in Chiang Mai and it got its name thanks to the fact that it is surrounded by imposing tamarind trees.The hotel is just a walk away from a local night bazaar and plenty of riverside restaurants that serve local dishes.There is also a popular Sunday Walking Street that takes place right in front of the hotel.There are a lot of attractions to see and they are within walking distance.Some of these attractions are WatChediLuang and ThaPae Gate.There are 45 non-smoking rooms that have everything that one can wish for.Every room has an interesting design that combines glamor with tribal patterns. Read More...
De Naga Chiang Mai can be found in the Old City of Chiang Mai.It is actually opposite ThaPae Gate.The hotel boasts Lanna designs and it is close to Sunday Walking Street.It takes 15 minutes by car to reach Chiang Mai International Airport.There are 55 non-smoking rooms that reveal a splendid Asian decor and wooden flooring.Every room is air conditioned and it has cable TV, a fridge and a DVD player.Some of these rooms have a bathtub, too.De Naga Chiang Mai has its own outdoor spa pool and sun loungers.Guests can soak up the sun or read a fine book while sitting in the loungers.There is also an art gallery for the art aficionados and a gift shop on the premises where guests can shop for souvenirs. 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...