We offer you budget-conscious hostels such as Mapping Hostel with room rate starting with 8US$ or Mantra Place with only 15US$. If you're traveling on a fixed budget, consider staying at At Home At Chiang Mai, which is a 10-minute walk to the center. You will find แม่แตงวิวดอย รีสอร์ท apartment just a stone's throw from PEAK ATV PARK. Famous Jasmine Chiangmai Boutique Hotel is a 3-star choice for travelers with a tight budget in Chang Moi district.
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Where to stay in Chiang Mai?
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you're not planning on having your trip to Chiang Mai, pick a hotel that is situated in the city center, such as Villa Sirilanna Hotel or The Dorm Chiang Mai. Another good option is Eden Walking Street Hostel, which is also just 5 minutes' walk from the heart of the city. Those looking to spend some time in Nimmanhaemin district should head to Lotus Hotel Pang Suan Kaew, which is close to Chang Phuak Gate.
If you wish to base yourself near The Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Chiang Mai in the city center, Bed Chiangmai Gate Hotel Adults Only or Villa Oranje are handy accommodation options. If you would like to explore the city during your trip, book a hotel near Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital, such as The Gallery 24 Art Cafe Guesthouse Hostel situated near an art gallery and monuments.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Chiang Mai
There are 85 luxury hotels in Chang Khlan district of Chiang Mai, including Viang Thapae Resort and De Naga. Posh boutique Aruntara Riverside Boutique Hotel is 4-star accommodation in Wat Ket district. Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai is a well-known chain hotel situated just 1700 feet from The Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Chiang Mai.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Those who are looking for cozy apartments in Chiang Mai should check out Luna Guesthouse - another good option near The Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Chiang Mai. Little Guest House Hotel is a standard B&B that is a 15-minute walk from Chiangmai Elephant Sanctuary. Stay at a family-friendly hotel in Chiang Mai, for example at Ketawa Stylish Hotel, situated in Wat Ket district if you bring your kids along. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 207 hotels in Chiang Mai, B2 Premier Chiang Mai Hotel or Pingviman Hotel among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is blessed with beauty.
The presence of what is now a chic tourist destination has replaced its past when it served as a stop for laid-back rest in natural surroundings. Even though Chiang Mai is still referred to the lungs of northern Thailand, modern influences lifted it to prominence as favorite city in the 2010 Travel + Leisure readers’ poll.
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Despite modernity of the city’s face, Chiang Mai keeps adherence to its past days. More than 300 temples share the skyline with the features of a dynamic metropolis like beautiful high-rises, spacious boulevards and exquisite shops. If old days left the city with a heritage of temples to outstrip even Bangkok, modernity has also perfumed the air with traffic pollution.
Despite the usual urban sprawl, noise and pollution, Chiang Mai still presents the charm of a popular tourist destination. Visitors fancy the city for its activities like motorcycling, rafting, river cruises and massage opportunities. Apart from extreme mountaineering and relaxing spas, you should also take time to indulge in some sightseeing.
- Wat Chiang Mun, the oldest Royal temple in the city
- Wat Chedi Luang, constructed in 1401 on the initiative of King Saeng Muang Ma
- Wat Suan Dok, an open sided hall in the city
- Chiangmai Zoo houses more than 7,000 animals
- Baanchang Elephant Park, the cheapest place to have fun with these wonderful animals in the city
Looking around the city, you will see how old tiny streets turn into impressive examples of modern alleyways. The first will remind you that you are in a city with 700 years of history, while the second proves you are also in the new millenium. Founded by the ruler King Mengrai in 1296, Chiang Mai served as the capital of Lanna Kingdom for a very long time. It survived several foreign attacks, but was finally annexed to Ayuthaya and later Burma took over the area. Since King Taksin the Great of Thailand saved the city from Burmese rule in 1774, it became a part of Thailand.
With the end of foreign regency that Chiang Mai began laying claim to the commercial, educational and travel center it is today. In addition, the era of modernity brought to the city the label "Rose of the North" for the flowers blooming within it.
From the colorful flower blooms in landscaped surroundings to luxury hotels, Chiang Mai can offer it all. At Booked.net you may find all hotels in Chiang Mai, ready and waiting for you to book.