We had a pleasant 4 day stay in these beautiful gardens and well-appointed hotel. We had a poolside room. The room and bathroom were nice, but a little dark. The walls must be very thin too as we were disturbed by neighbouring guests a couple of nights.
Situated on a river, this luxury resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai and Central Festival Chiangmai …More
We are a family of 5 and just stayed 4 nights at Siripanna. Hotel is well kept, rooms are comfortable, nicely decorated, quiet and with good AC. Ours were on the 2nd floor and had a balcony. 1st floor ones have access to a shared pool instead. You will find great deals for lunch & dinner buffets as well as for the Spa (which we highly enjoyed/recommend). Gym is a downside: small room with a couple old-model treadmills. Wifi is a bit unstable and continually requires re-logging. Don't expect much around the hotel (there is actually nada). Still, it is just a short 15 min and/or 100-150 Baht taxi or tuk-tuk drive from downtown (night street market, Hard Rock, etc). In sum we liked it and recommend it.
Traveller from CDMX (Mex City)
This family-friendly Chiang Mai resort is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Chiengmai Gymkhana Club, Nong Hoi …More
The hotel facilities are very nice. Everything is very stylized and well thought of.
The only problem is the staff. Their English is pretty poor and fitting to the city and back is available only via taxi our hotel transportation.
Hotel transportation is only available during certain hours (until 9:30).
Other than that there was an issue with the check in. Although we ordered the premium room the staff tried to convince us that we ordered the regular room. After about an hour this was resolved.
Breakfast is pretty bad. It was another 170bat per night for the breakfast which consisted of an Omlet, some toast and pretty bad orange juice. The problem is there is nothing else nearby.
Traveller from israel
Situated in Pai, this resort is within a 15-minute walk of Pai Hospital, Wat Luang, and Wat Klang. Walking Street and Pai …More
Nice hotel, with helpful staff, very well located close to the Tha Pai hotsprings spot and the Huai Nam Dang National Park. The swimming pool is nice and they even have hotsprings pools. Room are humbles but clean. A little bit far from the city tho (15 minutes drive).
But who cares about the city (especially in Pai), when you can have amazing sunset and sunrise. Very quiet, I recommend this hotel if you go to Pai.
Traveller from Bangkok
Situated in the mountains, this resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Noi's Elephant Camp and Tha Pai Hot Springs. Pai Memorial …More
From the time the hotel shuttle van met us at the airport until the time it dropped us off for our departure, we experienced an absolutely delightful stay. The hotel staff was very helpful, friendly and attentive. Mr. Apichart and Mr. Sagun were particularly helpful. The tours they organized for us were great. In one day, we visited the most popular sites and always before the big tour groups arrived. The breakfast buffet was tasty, varied, and plentiful. There was a very nice choice of both western and Thai dishes. Our room was clean, comfortable and large. The bathroom had both a shower stall and a bath tub. Great Stay!
Traveller from Kansas, USA
Situated in Chiang Rai, this resort is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Khun Korn Waterfall and within 3 mi (5 km) of Wat Pra Singh and …More
We liked the hotel very much. Just stay out of the restaurant and reception. We had dinner and it was good, so we tried breakfast. Bad idea. It was awful. Very expensive and inedible. We tried to figure out how many times they reused the coffee grounds to make the coffee. Nasty stuff. I live in Thailand and am accustomed to the "Asian style" breakfast. I like jok in the morning and the different noodle dishes. I'm not sure how they could make Thai food taste that bad. The worst thing was the price. It cost almost a day's pay for a Thai to eat there per person. My Thai MIL almost had a heart attack over the price and then with the food being so horrible she was upset about it the entire day. The other problem we had was that reception refused to call a taxi for us. We wanted to hire a taxi to take us, 4 adults, to the white temple. They told us the only option was their shuttle to the night market for a sort or reasonable fee, or hire their van to the white temple for a couple hours for an insane price. We could have rented a car for two weeks for the price we were quoted. We ended up renting a car for out stay so we could avoid their crazy rates. The next day we asked for directions to the long neck village. Reception drew us a totally bogus map in the complete opposite direction from where we needed to go. Half a day wasted. No language barrier. I was the only non-Thai in the group.
Traveller from Bangkok
Situated on a lake, this resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Wat Phra That Doi Chom Thong, Wat Pra Singh, and Wat Phra Kaew. Wat …More