Budget is within THB2500 per night and would prefer to go for 3-4 * hotels. Area within Ping river and Night Bazaar. Group of 6 pax.
I have not stayed at The Park Hotel nor Empress Chiang Mai, but avoid Diamond Riverside. It is not what you see in the website. I stayed there last May and the pictures that is in the website was 10 years ago as I was told. The hotel needs to be renovate and a major make over soon. I would suggest on Orchid Hotel. You can check out more in www.hoteltravel.com or www.asiatravel.com.
myHotelVideo.com presents: Hotel Imperial Chiang Mai Resort Spa in Chiang Mai / Northern Thailand / Thailand
The hotel is located on the banks of the Mae Ping River (12 km north of the city of Chiang Mai) close to the City Hall, the city sport complex and within a short ride of the Mae Rim district, the most popular tourist attraction en route to Elephant Camp, HM The Queen’s Botanical Gardens, and light adventure and golf courses. The bus terminal is 15 minutes from the hotel and it is situated a 20-minute drive from Chiang Mai city centre, Chiang Mai International Airport, and the railway station.
Guests can take in the fresh air whilst relaxing in a setting filled with a wide variety of trees, plants and flowers. This hotel was renovated in 2005 and comprises a total of 48 rooms. Facilities on offer to guests at this club resort include a lobby area with 24-hour reception and 24-hour check-in/check out service, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility and a restaurant. Guests may also take advantage of the room and laundry services (the latter for an additional fee), a reading room, a TV and video lounge, a playground (charges apply) and conference facilities.
The fully furnished guestrooms include 45 superior rooms and 3 duplex suites. All rooms are equipped with individually adjustable air conditioning, a minibar and satellite TV as well as a private en suite bathroom with a shower/bathtub. A hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and a double bed are also provided as standard. From the balcony of most rooms, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the mountains, the colourful garden and fruit trees.
The hotel features an olympic-size swimming pool, a children’s pool, 4 tennis courts, 3 indoor badminton courts and 2 air-conditioned squash courts, all of which may be used for an additional fee. There is a gym and an aerobics room, as well as a horse-riding trail by the river (additional charge applies for riding), a jogging track in the cool, shaded lychee orchard and 2 saunas (charges apply). Guests may relax with a massage (charges apply) and for an additional fee they may also enjoy a game of table tennis or billiards.
Guests may select their breakfast, lunch and dinner from a choice of menus and the hotel provides a breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet menu for seminar groups.
American Express, JCB, MasterCard and VISA are accepted at this hotel.
The hotel features a 24-hour front desk, currency exchange services, non-smoking floors, room and laundry services and a tour desk.
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