Chiang Mai

Mar 4, 2020 - Mar 5, 2020

2 adults - 1 room

Where to stay in Chiang Mai

As an alternative to the hustle and bustle of Bangkok or the beaches and nightlife of Phuket, the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai continues to grow in popularity thanks in part to its relative tranquility, lush countryside and quaint charms.

The hotels of the city provide a different type of experience with a wide range of options and standards to be had. Many of them offer courses in subjects such as Thai boxing, cooking and massage, while you can even get away from it all and spend time in an elephant camp.

Although public transport can be a bit of a challenge, there are options for getting around the city. Taxis, songthaews, buses, tuk tuks, rickshaws and motorcycle taxis are all at hand, while car rental in Chiang Mai is an excellent option if you want to explore further afield. If you’re feeling fit, take the chance to walk around the city – in the winter months, the weather is cooler, while the old city of Chiang Mai is small and easy to walk round with temples, galleries, museums, parks and bars ready to be discovered.

Hotels in Chiang Mai

1. Anantara Chiang Mai Resort

As a serene getaway for five-star luxury living, the Anantara has an established reputation in Thailand with first class service, excellent amenities and spacious rooms decorated in a contemporary Asian style. Formerly the Chedi Hotel, the Anantara Chiang Mai Resort offers views of the Mae Ping River and the nearby mountains and brings the natural tropical setting into the heart of the hotel.

2. The Amata Lanna Chiang Mai

A less expensive option located just ten minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport and just five minutes from the city center, the resort offers just 12 rooms with a private balcony or terrace. Housed in a traditional building, the hotel also features an outdoor swimming pool, kids’ pool and a steam room.

3. Holiday Inn Chiangmai Hotel

A budget choice of accommodation but with everything you would need for an enjoyable stay, the four-star Holiday Inn Chiangmai is perched on the banks of the Ping River just minutes from night shopping and the city’s famous temples. Diners can take advantage of the River Terrace with its outstanding views, while leisure lovers will enjoy the outdoor pool and poolside bar, fitness center, steam room and sauna.

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What are travelers saying about Chiang Mai?

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Sara Veganza

Unforgettable experience. Warm people, great food and the perfect place to settle after months of travelling around. The city is surrounded by the most beautiful scenery. Chiang Mai Lover


Reminds me of where I grew up. Being so far from home, makes me feel at home.

Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco, California, USA

Chiang Mai is the main hub in the north for tourists for a reason. It's full of great food, lovely temples, and many nearby excursions. Don't miss it!

Emily LeBlanc
Emily LeBlancColumbia, South Carolina, USA

I absolutely love Chiang Mai. The city is the perfect mix of Thai culture and foreign influence with plenty of attractions, natural beauty, Buddhist spirituality, food from nearly everywhere, trendy coffee shops and cheap prices.


The least expensive month is November, with an average of AED 123 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Chiang Mai is December, with an average price of AED 209 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was AED 157 per night. This is 2% more than the average nightly price of AED 153 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Chiang Mai, the expected average temperature in February is 24.0°C/75.2°F. The warmest month is typically April, which averages 36.5°C/97.7°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 14.3°C/57.7°F.
The nearest airport to Chiang Mai is Chiang Mai (CNX) (2.93km).

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