3 of Chiang Mai’s most tranquil hotels and resorts – Retreat in luxury or on a budget.

3 of Chiang Mai's most tranquil hotels - Veranda Chiang Mai - The High Resort

Rich in cultural history and known for it’s stunning yearly festivals, Chiang Mai has become one of the world’s popular destinations to wind down.

Whether you are looking for pampering or character you can now compare rooms at 3 of Chiang Mai’s most tranquil hotels and resorts through photos taken by people who have stayed there.

Luxury, boutique and budget – 3 of Chiang Mai’s most tranquil hotels and resorts

1. Veranda Chiang Mai – The High Resort

3 of Chiang Mai's most tranquil hotels - Veranda Chiang Mai - The High Resort pool

The High Resort, is a total luxury Zen experience from the moment you arrive. Divided into two zones, on one side representing the cultural heritage of the north and the other the Contemporary Veranda style. A boutique northern retreat of just 80 rooms where you’re ensured the best personal service, 24 hours a day from the warm and friendly staff.

Valley Deluxe Room 215

3 of Chiang Mai's most tranquil hotels - Veranda Chiang Mai - The High Resort valley deluxe room

Room 215 includes your own balcony with lounge table and outdoor chairs, closet with dressing table working and dressing table, flat screen TV with DVD player and Wi-Fi. The open style bathroom includes bath tub with separate rain shower room and a double vanity wash basin. The extra amenities are a nice touch.

The best way to get feel for this hotel is to take a look at the gallery of photos taken by guests who have already stayed here.

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2. U Chiang Mai Hotel

3 of Chiang Mai's most tranquil hotels - U Chiang Mai Pool

U Chiang Mai is a boutique 4 star hotel in Chiang Mai, the largest and most culturally important city in the north of Thailand. This small, 41 room boutique hotel also features a gym, spa and swimming pool.

Deluxe Room 105

3 of Chiang Mai's most tranquil hotels - U Chiang Mai Deluxe Room

The spacious 43 sq m room features a private balcony terrace with your very own daybed to relax away your stay. The bathroom includes a separate rain shower and bathtub.

The best way to get feel for this hotel is to take a look at the gallery of photos taken by guests who have already stayed here.

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3. Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel

3 of Chiang Mai's most tranquil hotels - Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel Pool

The character of Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House combines Chinese influences and the lifestyle of the native Lanna people with continental architecture. Building materials are taken from the native province of Chiang Mai so as to be in perfect keeping with the climate and also to retain a true sense of Lanna history.

Standard Room 101

3 of Chiang Mai's most tranquil hotels - Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel Standard Room

Rooms at Tri Yaan Na Ros are designed in keeping with the influences of the glory days of Chiang Mai (King Rama V reign). The influence of missionaries, Chinese life and Lanna cultures appear in the teak wood furniture and the decorations and Burmese silks in natural heartwood hue resemble the atmosphere of well over a century ago.

The best way to get feel for this hotel is to take a look at the gallery of photos taken by guests who have already stayed here.

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Guest room galleries at all 3 resorts were added by RoomCritic Member Peter SK. To find out how you can become a RoomCritic Member and share your hotel and resort experiences with the world, read more.

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