Having split our two weeks in Chiang Mai over two great hotels, The Tamarind Village and The Chedi Hotel we concluded that the boutique Tamarind won us over for great value fabulous Thai food, familial comfort and attentive friendly service. Great central location with dining options nearby, coffee shops and the obligatory but very friendly 150 Baht Thai massage up the street, couldnt ask for anything more. So good we came back for our farewell meal. Almost forgot the private cooking lesson from the sous chef, where we enjoyed learning more about the culture and ingredients of this wonderful cuisine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tamarind Village is a unique and charming boutique property that nestles in the heart of historic Chiang Mai. Surrounded by ancient temples and quaint shopping streets, it takes its name from a magnificent 200 year old tamarind tree that shelters the hotel in a shady embrace.Tamarind Village is situated at the center of Chiang Mai’s old town. Many of Chiang Mai’s historic landmarks and temples such as Thapae Gate, the Three Kings Monument, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang are located within a few minutes walk of the hotel. Each week, Chiang Mai’s famous ‘Sunday Walking Street’ takes place just in front of the hotel’s entrance. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tamarind Village Chiang Mai
- Tamarind Village Hotel Chiang Mai