Sira Boutique Hotel

Address: Sriphoom Rd. 85/5, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sriphoom Rd. 85/5, Chiang Mai, is near Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Scorpion-Tailed River Cruise, Tribal Museum, and Lanna Sports Center.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Sira Boutique Hotel Chiang Mai

    Das absolut Beste!


    Das muss eines der nettesten Hotels in Chiang Mai sein. Ich habe hier schön 2x übernachtet und bin absolut begeistert. Dieses Hotel kann ich jedem empfehlen, der nach Chiang Mai reisen möchte. Es hat eine sehr gute Lage und von hier ist es leicht, zu den Sehenswürdigkeiten in der Stadt zu kommen. Das Zimmer ist gemütlich und innen sehr nett eingerichtet. Der Internetzugang ist schnell, Gäste können sich kostenlos DVDs ausleihen, die Angestellten an der Rezeption und auch das Management waren nett und freundlich. Das Essen ist absolut lecker! Ich habe nirgendwo anders ein so gutes Tiramisu gegessen wie im Sira Boutique Hotel. Wenn man gerne Tiramisu isst, muss man es probieren. Das Hotel ist ausgezeichnet und ich kann es jedem empfehlen.

    Absolute Best!


    This has to be one of the nicest hotel in Chiang Mai. I stayed there a couple times and absolutely loved it. This is the place I would recommend anyone that would take a trip to Chiang Mai. It's located in a very convenient location and easy to get around to other attractions in the city. The room is cozy and nicely decorated interior. Fast internet access and complimentary DVDs for guests, nice and friendly frontdesk staffs including management team. Food is absolutely delicious! I haven't had tiramisu anywhere as good as the one at Sira Boutique Hotel, you have to try it, if you're a tiramisu lover! It's an excellent hotel and I would recommend it to everyone.

    Sira Boutique is a real jewel!


    We can't say enough good things about this lovely & charming hotel. It is beautiful(in the lanna style), spotless & perfectly maintained. The staff is warm, friendly & accommodating. We particularly enjoyed the owners, Barbara and Robb, who both speak English, and gave us wonderful suggestions for restaurants, bars, shopping and activities. They were both also eager to know any ways they could improve our stay. We didn't want to stay in a typical western style hotel, and Sira totally fulfilled our expectations for an excellent Thailand experience. We will be back!

    Das Sira Boutique Hotel ist wirklich herrlich!


    Wir können nicht genug gute Sachen über dieses sehr nette & charmante Hotel sagen. Es ist sehr schön (im Lanna-Stil), einwandfrei und perfekt gepflegt. Die Angestellten sind herzlich und zuvorkommend. Besonders nett waren die Eigentümer Barbara und Robb, die beide englisch sprechen und uns wundervolle Tipps gaben, was Restaurants, Bars, Geschäfte und Aktivitäten betraf. Sie wollten auch immer wissen, wie sie unseren Aufenthalt noch besser machen konnten. Wir wollten nicht in einem typisch westlichen Hotel übernachten und das Sira erfüllte völlig unsere Erwartungen für einen herrlichen Aufenthalt in Thailand. Wir kommen wieder!

    Asolutely loved the the Sira Boutique Hotel


    My stay at the Sira was a most pleasurable one with extremely friendly staff, great spa and georgeous boutique rooms!!!

    I had never visted Chaing Mai before but Robb the owner (great chap) was more than willing to sit with me each evening and help me plan the next day ahead! He knew all the best bars, restaurants and site seeing tours.

    I will definitely be visiting next year!

    Wir waren vom Sira Boutique Hotel absolut begeistert


    Ich verbrachte eine herrliche Zeit im Sira ... mit den unglaublich freundlichen Angestellten, dem tollen Spa und den tollen Boutique-Zimmern! Ich war vorher noch nie in Chiang Mai gewesen, aber Robb, der Eigentümer (toller Kerl) setzte sich jeden Abend sehr gerne mit mir zusammen und half mir, den nächsten Tag zu planen. Er kannte die besten Bars und Restaurants sowie auch Ausflüge zu den Sehenswürdigkeiten. Ich komme auf jeden Fall nächstes Jahr wieder!

    What a find!!


    Just stayed at Chiang Mai's best kept secret, Sira Boutique Hotel!! It's a cool, chill out place; spotlessly clean with brilliant staff and THE best english breakfast i've had for very a long time. The rooms have absolutely every thing youcould wish for, even robes and slippers! It's great value for money. And a bonus, at no time did I get the usual pressure to buy tours, just a simple "if you would like our help please ask". I felt safe and secure, and the British owner Robb is a wealth of local information, fantastic knowledge on local bars, restaurants and places to see that are not on the usual tourist route. (He even gave me his personal business card in the case of any emergencies, to call him 24/7). This is a great place to stay in the middle of town on the beautiful moat, totally relaxing and the best part of my Thailand Tour. What a refreshing change. Overall; a wonderful base for my Thai holiday, and I'm so glad that I found it

    A jewel by the moat


    I have been travelling in Asia for business and pleasure for the last 25 years,I rarely take the time to write reviews but with the Sira Hotel I have made an exception.The rooms are tastefully decorated and very comfortable,the service is 5 star and their prices are very affordable.The congenial owner,Robb,has an in depth knowledge of Chiang Mai and his business partner Barbara ( fluent in Thai & English ) helped me out with a local Thai businessman.The Sira is one hotel I can really recommend to all visitors to Chiang Mai.

    Robert 21/9/2007

    Ein Geheimtipp am Stadtgraben


    Aus geschäftlichen und privaten Gründen bereiste ich Asien die letzten 25 Jahre. Selten schreibe ich Hotelkritiken, aber beim Sira Hotel mache ich eine Ausnahme. Die Zimmer sind geschmackvoll eingerichtet und sehr gemütlich, der Service ist 5*, die Preise sind sehr günstig. Der sympathische Eigentümer Robb kennt sich in Chiang Mai sehr gut aus und seine Geschäftspartnerin Barbara (spricht fließend thailändisch & englisch) half mir mit einem thailändischen Geschäftsmann vor Ort. Das Sira Boutique Hotel kann ich wirklich allen Besuchern in Chiang Mai empfehlen.

    Robert, 21.9.2007

    TripAdvisor Reviews Sira Boutique Hotel Chiang Mai

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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