U Nimman is one of Chiang Mai’s latest luxury openings, being just over a year old. Everyone has passed the giant 147 roomed luxury hotel, but have you ever wondered what was inside???
In the last two years, I have stayed in some of the most stunning and sought-after hotels and resorts in Thailand, ranging from small boutique properties with private beaches to large luxury chain hotels complete with resident elephants. What have I found at each property? Impeccable rooms incorporating Thai and Lanna design, properties attempting to…
Chiang Mai hotels come in all shapes and sizes: from super cheap (80 Baht) private hostel rooms that feel like you are sleeping in a box to deluxe villas with private plunge pools overlooking rice fields (starting at 30,000 Baht per night). The hotels in Chiang Mai have something for everyone.
An romantic hotel with just 30 rooms, Puripunn Baby Grand Boutique Hotel is compact, well-designed and a secret escape in Chiang Mai. Hidden down a small, meandering soi just over the river, no one will find you here unless you want them too.
Gallery Suites overlooking rice fields, Royal Lanna Villas encircling a moat styled swimming pool, your own plunge pool or the decadent Siripanna Grand Royal Lanna Suite with a rooftop garden and private jacuzzi.
One of the most centrally located luxury hotels (sitting pretty in the heart of Nimmanhaemin Road) and with only 30 rooms, Akyra Manor is a favoured by city lovers looking to be in the midst of Chiang Mai.
Fine dining in the heart of Nimmanhaemin with Akyra Manor.
The secluded resort is a part of Phuket often overlooked by tourists and expatriates. But the Amanpuri is the pinnacle of luxury and worth exploring a new level of travel right on your doorstep.
Chiang Mai is full of secret spots surrounded with nature and Om Waters is one of the best ‘off the beaten track adventures’ to be found in the area.
‘Cold’ season is officially here, and evening temperatures are dropping into the cool teens, while daytime temperatures are enjoyable for a change. Not only is this the time to explore some of Chiang Mai’s amazing outdoor cafes, but it’s also a great time to camp!