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This was our 4th visit and we are always amazed how Rachamankha creates a state of calm and quiet to enjoy our visit immensely.
The owner of the place, a renewed architect, deserves high praises for not optimizing profit by putting as many as 40...More
This hotel is a lovely and serene property in the bustle of Chiang Mai, very traditional in style. The pool facility is excellent. Breakfast is excellent. The room was spacious and comfortable. However, the door is made of very heavy wood, and the only window...More
This hotel can only be described as a serene, beautiful oasis. As your taxi navigates the narrow warren of Chiang Mai side streets, entering Rachamanka is as stumbling into ShangriLa! The design, the staff, the amenities, the restaurant dining...even the gift shop is thoughtfully and...More
Our third visit - please see my previous reviews for more detail.
Breakfast in the outdoor courtyard is a wonderful experience, resplendent and reminiscent of old Siam but modern day Thai in content and taste.
Everything about this hotel has character and impeccable style.
We had wonderful time, even only for short stayed. The room was clean, well equipped with nicely present toiletries. Refreshing garden infront of rooms. Serene place, what we like most was a dim classical music in the background to prepare us to slumber in the...More
Perfectly located in the center of the old moated city of Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, Rachamankha is just one minute’s stroll to the old city’s most important and impressive temple, Wat Phra Singh; just 2 minutes ...Morestroll to the city’s newest and most exciting night market the Chiang Mai Sunday Walking Street Market, and a wide choice of bars and restaurants from local to international in style all within a few minutes’ walk of Rachamankha. Unique for a city hotel Rachamankha is renowned for its peaceful and very private atmosphere, and it’s incredible architecture. The hotel, just 22 rooms and 2 suites, is set in 2 acres of manicured grounds and the architecture pays homage to Chiang Mai’s golden age, the Lanna period, offering guests a unique stay in a unique property with a true sense of place. Rachamankha is also the only Secret Retreats property in northern Thailand. Less
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I don't believe there are hotels right near the elephant camps and this is a very lovely place to stay. Many tour groups including Viatur will pick you up at the hotel and drive you about an hour or so to the camps.