Enjoyed a 6 night stay in the hills of Chiang Mai. Stylish modern hotel with manicured gardens, infinity pool and views to a temple on the hilltop. Free shuttle bus from the hotel 3 times a day into central Chiang Mai which is 25 mins drive away. Shuttle times allow for the night bazaar to be visited. Use an airport taxi as a driver for a the day to visit all the adventure sites in North west of the city for eg: Tiger Kingdom, Zipline and Shooting Range. Went out of hotel to the local village and was able to get cheap eats and shops to prevent one paying the over inflated hotel prices. Had the complimentary breakfast each day which is best. Used the hotel gym and one can rent bicycles or walk around the locality to find the local temple and even walk up to the top of the mountain to the big temple there. Enjoyed staying outside of Chiang Mai after a day's sightseeing to enjoy the peace and serenity of the hotel and its surroundings. Room service is good and lovely setting for an evening meal and cocktail too. Went in early July and the rains had not yet really started.
Traveller from Western Australia
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Staffs are nice, very helpful and great. Room is comfortable but housekeeping is not up to standard. Dirt was found even after the toilet bowl had been cleaned. Basket for placing used towels should be added. We stayed for 5 nights but bed sheet and pillow case were not changed until we asked them to do so. Location is not that convenience. Gym should be installed. Overall a good hotel.
Traveller from Hong Kong
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We have been there for few days to relax and discover Chiang Mai during the quiet season
Hotel team has always been very helpful and very very gentle
The place is very charming and quiet (15/20 min via tuk tuk from city center)
The pool is amazing and very hot, room very clean with lot of space and a private balcony. The hotel is located in the land close to a small village. From outside your room door you can see farmer working on their rice culture...
We realy enjoyed that place and strongly recommand it
Don't forget to ask hotel team for a map to go to the hotel for the tuk tuk drivers who always know where you want to go, but very often get lost :-)
It was a fantastic stay for me and my wife. We had such a great time. A small and cozy resort away from the city. People there are friendly and helpful especially Khun Fang who helped us a lot (giving us advice and dining options). If you are looking for a resort away from the city, this resort is perfect and it is quiet. There are not many rooms in this resort, so you really have your own personal space.
As for F&B, they have only 1 restaurant. We only had breakfast there and the rest of the meals, we ate somewhere else which is perfect for us.
If you are looking hotels close to the city with lots of F&B options and shopping, then this resort is not your cup of tea. However, this resort provide FREE shuttle to the city - what else to ask for??!!!
We escaped Chiang Mai during Songkran and found this nice, little hotel up in the mountains.
The rooms are very nice and clean, the staff so friendly and helpful and the surrounding nature just awesome.
The food is also great. Only the breakfast gets a bit boring after a few days ( choose between american style and thai style breakfast).
Just a few minutes walk down the road you will find a small village with a shop and some restaurants. Bring cash with you from Chaing Mai as there is NO ATM no where!
All in all, I really can recommend this place! We will definitely go there again!
"Splendid scenic hotel for people who want to relax"
We, a family with two teenagers were a little isolated at this hotel. The staff tried their best to accommodate our needs. We had to rely on hotel transport for venturing out into town or any other nearby amenties. The hotel had a charge for this service. The only option on offer was free return shuttle service between 6 to 9pm to the night bazaar in town. During the day, we were stuck for things to do.
The start of the rainy season prevented us from exploring the country side.
On the whole, the staff did try very hard to make us feel comfortable.
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