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Boutique Hotels in Chiang Mai

Boutique hotels in Chiang Mai generally range from two to four-star luxury and can be found right in the old town, along the banks of the river and out in the countryside. Most are mid-range to four star, typically pricier than comparable standard style hotels, but they tend to offer more in the way of facilities, style and hospitality.
Chiang Mai boutique hotels are more widely available than in other destinations in Thailand. This is perhaps largely on account of the influence of the Lanna style of architecture and also the trend locally to be more creative and diverse, which are typical traits of the northern Thai mindset.
There are some beautiful old Thai teak properties all around Chiang Mai and in the old city especially. Some of these have been faithfully restored and turned into boutique hotels, along with attractive artwork and fabrics. Indeed, there are new properties that have been modelled on the traditional Lanna style, making for nice looking places to stay, often in stunning, leafy grounds.
The southeast corner of the old town has seen an influx of boutique places recently and there are some good deals to be had, though having ‘boutique’ in the hotel title does not necessarily make it so. Standards in the way accommodation is titled in Thailand are fairly loosely used, for example a ‘resort’ might simply mean that a hotel has its own grounds. Yet there are genuine high-end Chiang Mai hotels just off Rachadamnoen Road, the main thoroughfare, including the beautiful Tamarind Village.
Guests can have a quiet time amid lush gardens in this area and yet still be near to the Sunday Market and some great eating. Being near the river is also favoured by those looking for that perfect boutique experience. The Ping River flows close to the centre of the city, with some lucky boutique hotels backing right onto it.
Chiang Mai also has boutique hotel options in most other areas of the city – there are many beautiful hideaways tucked up in the most unexpected places. In addition there are cute, boutique-style eco-resorts out of town near the mountains. The creative flair, local wood handicraft legacy, and typical Thai preference for superficial beauty makes these all very ‘camera friendly’.

Dusit D2 Chiang Mai Hotel
Hotel, Boutique
The Dusit D2 Chiang Mai Hotel, next to the popular Chang Klan Road in the middle of the city centre, is flanked by the city vibrant night bazaar, dining and entertaining ...
USD $113
Tamarind Village Hotel
Hotel, Boutique
The Tamarind Village Hotel is an incomparable and enchanting hotel located in the midst of old Chiang Mai. Bordered by age-old temples and picturesque shopping alleys, it...
USD $168
U Chiang Mai Hotel
Hotel, Boutique
The U Chiang Mai Hotel is a high class boutique hotel in Chiang Mai, the biggest and the most culturally relevant city in the northern part of Thailand. This Chiang Mai r...
USD $168
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