B2 Premier Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews B2 Premier Resort & Spa Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... and a couple Cup-of-Noodles- which were killed in the first four hours between us and the other twenty people on the boat. We went about ten hours without food and the whole group was grumpy, ravenous, and eager to get off the boat. As we approached the port the captain turned off the engine too early... and because it was bright red and probably on the verge of melting, it was not turning back on. The current was strong and packs on our backs, stomachs ...
... intend doing a count on the resort dogs this morning. The curry and pasta were very nice with the addition of steamed rice. The Bride selected what turned out to be minced chicken. A very strange combination of ingredients and taste. We decided not to take dessert so went inside to settle the account. Dear Heart mentioned that my meal was disappointing. After some discussion we were offered a discount on my meal. Knowing ...
... nipped at me and Heather when we first started to pet it. There’s no way in hell I would ever pet one of the medium or large tigers!
Then we went to Mae Sa waterfall. I thought this was just a small waterfall you could swim in, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out this waterfall has 10 levels you can hike up to. Each level (well most of the levels) have an area you can get into the water and swim in. Since ...
... On our way back we started looking into a day with the elephants. I have seen from friends who have wen here that elephants in Thailand are not treated well. I had done enough research to see that more than half of what I read, people were talking about poor treatment. There were even some people at the guest house that had gone on elephant rides were showing photos of elephants with chains digging into the skin around their feet or necks. This, to me and many of ...
... Muang Airport, Bangkok. Just enough time for a bowl of noodles. We arrived in Singapore mid afternoon and were soon in a taxi , flying along the highway, and arriving at Kathy's leafy condominium. Kathy lives on the 5th floor, and the last flight of stairs is always a killer when you first arrive with a heavy suitcase. Dorothy, Kathy and I were in a group of friends, now scattered all over the world, who lived in Singapore and worked at the same places in the 70's and 80's so ...