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For once it turns out Abs' complaining whilst being dragged up a mountain and around temples was justified. Even the other side of the world she managed to cause some drama, for her poor mum and dad...always the drama queen. Brad wants to note that he tried to take her to the hospital a few days before, but she was adamant that she didn't need to …
Saturday Feb 20 to Saturday Feb 27
We flew out of Mumbai to Bangkok and then connected to Chiang Mai. The Mumbai to Bangkok flight was disgusting... there were nasty rude people and fleas. We had time during our layover in Bangkok so we visited a cool market. We arrived in the evening in Chiang Mai and checked into the lovely Chedi hotel. …
Wherespat stayed here on Feb 21, 2010 during their trip titled: Around the World in 70 days.
Arrived in Chiang Mai and our hotel The Chedi is amazing. Close to the action but far enough away to feel like you are away from the chaos.
Hit the bar straight away of course. Found my newest favourite cocktail - the Rose Martini. I need to know how they make this, it is unbelievable.
Room is pretty cool, a bit LA, a bit Japanese …
I love Chiang Mai, the people are friendly, the food is good and there's so much to see.
Christmas morning we went to visit Wat Suthep and walked the 306 steps up to the temple on the hill. Be careful of the drive up there, it's steep and they go very fast, not good when feeling slightly hung over from Christmas Eve dinner!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Historical Traveler Reviews Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa
This is a wonderful hotel, and staying here added so much to our visit to Thailand.
Einfach fantastisch. Übertrifft jede Erwartung - die Zimmer, das Schwimmbad, der Wellnessbereich und das Frühstück. Man könnte es gut mit dem Ritz-Carlton / Leading Hotels of the World vergleichen. Wir erhielten eine Upgrade in ein Chedi Suite - wunderbare Zimmer - 2 Tagesbetten & kostenlose Minibar! Ich kann auf jedem Fall die Chedi Massage empfehlen, auch schön für Pärchen, da man beide gleichzeitig die Massagen erhalten kann, der gesamte Wellnessbereich ist sehr luxuriös. Dies ist ein Innenstadthotel, die Anlage ist wunderschön, aber es dringt etwas Verkehrslärm durch, jedoch minimal. Der Ausblick vom Schwimmbad geht über den Fluss - so sieht man auch das wirkliche Leben in Chiang Mai (z.B. heruntergekommene Gebäude). Alles in allem ist das Hotel fantastisch und ich kann es auf jedem Fall weiterempfehlen. Die Hotelbars, das Restaurant, der Wellnessbereich und die Angestellten sind auf dem höchsten Standard.
We spend three wonderful nights in a standard room at the Chedi. The design of the hotel and rooms is great. The location is great if you want to explore the town (compared to the Four Seasons and the Mandarin Oriental, which are far out), and the spa is one of the best I've ever been to. The hotel has free wi-fi even at the pool -- great for those of us who take working holidays. The only two things that I would complain about is the traffic noise, which dampens the calm atmosphere when you walk in the halls (though I couldn't hear it in the room). Also, the breakfast, while more than adequate, could be stronger for a hotel of this quality. Staff was great, and helped us many times.
This hotel is a perfect working example of what the hospitality industry should be trying to achieve! (If you like boutique style and not huge high rise!)
Amazing Hotel. We arrived at the start of the low season (a great time to visit Thailand) and the place was very quiet and immediately we felt relaxed after a long journey. We were bumped up to a superior delux suite either because we were on honeymoon or because it was low season or both but the room was fantastic. We also received a complementary mini-bar, broadband with laptop and champagne breakfast. Our only regret was that we only stayed 2 nights before hitting the road. The restaraunt was quite nice for dinner but very expensive with portions not particullarly large but the breakfasts were lovely. We also availed of the spa which was a great if quite expensive. In fact the food and drink and the spa were outrageously expensive when compared with prices in Chaing Mai but I suppose that is to be expected in a hotel of this quality. There is a very nice restaraunt near by - The Whole Earth. Otherwise, I can't praise the hotel enough, so serine and peaceful despite the hussle and bussle outside. Not actually sure what it cost us as it was part of a package but if you are staying in Chaing Mai and have a few quid to spare I highly recommend it. Anotherexcellent restaraunt in Chaing Mai is The Gallery by the way, definetely check it out.
Just fantastic. Absolutely beyond expectation - the rooms, the pool, the spa and the breakfasts. Compares very favourably with Ritz- Carlton/ Leading Hotels of the World status. We were upgraded to the Chedi suites - wonderful rooms - 2 day-beds & a free mini-bar!
Can definately recommend the Chedi massage - really great for any couples visiting as you can both have massages at the same time - very luxurious spa.
This is a city centre hotel - the grounds are lovely but you will hear some traffic/ noise but this is at a very minimal level. The view from the swimming pool is over the river - shows real life in Chiang Mai (e.g. some run-down buildings).
Overall just fantastic and can definately recommend it. Hotel bars/ restaurant/ gym and staff all top standard.
An Excellent Hotel
Spent six nights in a Club Suite in April 2006 and generally found everything to be first class.
The facilities are great and the staff polite and helpful.
Having seen both standard and club rooms (we were initially given a standard room by mistake)I would take the club room every time.
If I must make one small negative observation, the facade of the building to the main road consists of vertical timber rails with spaces between. This does allow some noise from the road into the rooms that run parallel with the road (which is all of the club suites I believe).
My husband and I stayed at the Chedi Chiang Mai for two nights. The exceptional service started with our free airport transfer (comes with the club suite service) in a Mercedes Benz luxury car. We arrived to a white building, which from the outside, looks quite plain. However, when we got to the lobby, we were thoroughly impressed. The lobby was nicely decorated with simple furniture overlooking a fountain adorned with floating lotus buds. We were escorted to the second floor for the club suite guest check in where we were offered a delicious lemongrass infusion drink and ice cold towels.
We truly feel blessed to have chosen the Chedi for our stay in Chiangmai. As with most hotels managed by the GHM group, the Chedi, Chiangmai is no exception to the professionally managed luxury hotel chain. Having been to both the Datai in Langkawi (4 yrs ago) and The Chedi Club in Ubud just recently, I dare say that we were again impressed with the amount of effort GHM puts into making their guests feel special and privileged. All hotel personnel are warm and accommodating. The grounds and facilities are kept in pristine condition. The highlights of The Chedi are the superb architectural designs and interiors which are done tastefully in contemporary Thai style and truly deserve a mention in the Conde Nast. As a matter of fact, so impressed are we that we are writing this review by the pool, courtesy of their complimentary wi-fi connection.
Superb ambience and escapism close to night market
I stayed at the chedi for 3 nights. The hotel is superbly designed, and offers a tranquil escape from the nearby night market. The rooms are beuatifully designed and furnished, with LCD wall mounted TV.s Free use of laptop either in your room, or wifi on the grounds- great touch. The reception area is nice enough to chill out in and read or have a drink. The restaurant and bar area are set in the old british consulate, both are decorated superbly, offering a touch of colonial charm with trendy textures.
The staff in all areas were attentive, happy in their jobs, and most of all helpful without the suffocating you!
The breakfasts were excellent, with a buffet continental breakfast, and your choice of a cooked breakfast. The eggs benedict were great.