How To Search For The Best Chiang Mai Hotels
The culture capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai is famous for its festivals, and its rugged, mountainous terrain. Some of the best Chiang Mai hotels can be found nestled in this scenic beauty. The place is also nominated by Lonely Planet in 2011 as one of the best cities in the World to visit, along with New York (US), Valencia (Spain) and Wellington (New Zealand).
Tips for Finding the Best Chiang Mai Hotels
Staying at the best Chiang Mai hotels facilitates your enjoying several types of activities, including elephant rides in the jungle, visiting ethnic hill tribes, and enjoying a pulsating nightlife. Although tranquil and peaceful, Chiang Mai comes to life during April during the Songkran festival. Visitors are required to book their rooms well in advance during this season to avoid last-minute disappointments.
To find Chiang Mai hotels that charge competitive prices, you can search on reputable travel agent websites. These websites offer extensive choices in terms of the number, services, amenities, rates, location, and packages. Here are more tips for finding the best Chiang Mai hotels:
* Ask for special discounts if you intend to stay for more than three days. Many hotels offer discounts, such as breakfast for two, Wi-Fi internet access, free island tours, free airport/hotel transfers, free use of bicycles, and flexible check-in and check-out timings.
* Check if they are well-connected to tourist attractions. If you will be at the hotel for the most part of the day, look for beautiful surroundings. For instance, look for those hotels situated among lush tropical forests, or those overlooking rugged mountains or terraced rice fields, as per your taste.
* Ask if the rooms are luxurious and well-appointed with, say, a fridge, satellite TV, prompt room services, clean bathrooms, comfortable beds, and air-conditioning, among others.
* Ask for additional discounts for those reserving double rooms, or for booking rooms on twin-sharing basis. Online bookings also attract more discounts than telephone booking.
For better room location, you can consider scheduling your trip during mid-week. As weekends attract a huge holiday crowd, hotel room rates increases, and you may not get your preferred room.
So, book your Chiang Mai hotels rooms right now at Fargotravel.com if you are planning to visit Thailand during Christmas.
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Reviews for Four Seasons Chiang Mai:
– “Good, but could be better!” from A TripAdvisor Member
“Stayed there with my wife for three nights at the end of April. On the whole a pleasant experience. There are certain areas that could be better. 1. The rooms – Each Villa has four hotel rooms, so 1401, 02,… If you are paying USD500 per night you do not expect to hear other guests walking above you or flushing the toilet. 2. …”
– “Very disappointing” from A TripAdvisor Member
“We were very excited about our stay at Four Season’s Chiang Mai. We had planned our trip to Thailand to include a 5 night stay at this resort on the strength of many of the reviews from the TripAdvisor website. Unfortunately we were sadly disappointed with the property and the service and ended up departing much sooner than we had …”
– “The most magical hotel ever” from cathbtCheshireUK
“We stayed at the Regent ( Four Seasons ) in Chaing Mai for 5 nights at the end of February and it is unlike anywhere we have ever stayed. From the moment you enter the lobby and are presented with a jasmine garland you feel you have entered a little corner of paradise. We had booked a mountain view but were upgraded to a room …”
– “We didn’t want to leave” from TachiTours
“We checked-in while drinking tamarind tea and enjoying the sweet smell of our welcome jasmine necklace. A complimentary upgrade landed us in one of the Residences, which was absolutely huge and beautiful, and even had private butler service. We were spoiled by having the door opened for us as we approached the residence and given cool towels…”
– “Magical Resort – fairytale like setting” from conradok
“Just back from the Four Seasons, the most beautiful resort I’ve ever been to. About 40 – 50 mins (20kms) from Chiang Mai centre. They greet you with jasmine garlands and fruit juices and lemongrass infused cold towels! The lobby is beautifully designed although frail guests may find the designer stepping stones from lobby to …”
– “Spectacular in every way” from ronde
“This hotel is approximately 30 minutes from the heart of Chiang mai. the ample beautifully appointed rooms even sport as lanai. The bathroom looked on to a private garden and the grounds are in a working rice field complete with oxen. Gorgeous spa and excellent restaurants one of which was our best meal during our two week stay in thailand. Of …”
– “Worth the expense” from booradley
“I was fortunate to spend 3 nights at the Four Seasons, a beautiful, delightful experience. Some specific thoughts, suggestions: Spa treatment at dusk The mini golf cart will pick you up at the door of your villa and wisk you to the spa. As dusk approaches, many of the spa rooms are lit by candlelight. I was in an upstairs room and will never forget…”
– “Heaven on earth!” from gona40
“My husband and I just returned from a 2 week trip to Thailand where we were lucky enough to stay at the Four Seasons for three days. Our stay was flawless! The hotel grounds, facilities and rooms, called Lanna style suites, were amazing. The landscaping of the hotel was so beautiful that we spent much of the time taking pictures of the hotel grounds. …”
– “Peace and quiet” from HongKongMember
“Stayed here many times, always a good experience. Rooms themselves not grand, but very comfortable. Generally a very relaxing place to stay, well away from town (so a rental car is always a good idea) Food and service as expected in Thailand, and the spa adds to the relaxation…”
Photos in this video:
– “Exotic beverages at the Four Seasons Resort” by Jwharam from a blog titled “Country around Chiang Mai”
– “Tiger Chef Demonstrating Egg Net” by Kitkatgo from a blog titled “Alms, Cooking Class, Cobra Whiskey & Kangaroo Bar”
– “View at the Four Seasons Resort” by Jwharam from a blog titled “Country around Chiang Mai”
– “Cooking School Spirit House” by Kitkatgo from a blog titled “Alms, Cooking Class, Cobra Whiskey & Kangaroo Bar”
– “Cooking School Waiting Area” by Kitkatgo from a blog titled “Alms, Cooking Class, Cobra Whiskey & Kangaroo Bar”
– “Four Seasons Staff & Statue” by Kitkatgo from a blog titled “Alms, Cooking Class, Cobra Whiskey & Kangaroo Bar”
– “Me, a Thai Chef…ha ha” by Kitkatgo from a blog titled “Alms, Cooking Class, Cobra Whiskey & Kangaroo Bar”
– “Cooking School Kitchen” by Kitkatgo from a blog titled “Alms, Cooking Class, Cobra Whiskey & Kangaroo Bar”
– “Four Seasons Courtyard” by Kitkatgo from a blog titled “Alms, Cooking Class, Cobra Whiskey & Kangaroo Bar”
– “Four Seasons Reception” by