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Tamarind Village
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Reviewed 19 April 2014

Stayed here for 3 nights and hard to fault the service and facilities, the location is great with lots to do within walking distance. A nice different feel to bland hotels, breakfast was excellent. Walk to the night market ten minutes away to find some nice places to eat.

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 April 2014

My husband I stayed at the Tamarind Village boutique hotel in Chiang Mai as the 2nd centre of our holiday to Thailand.
We were treated like royalty from the moment we checked in. The staff are lovely and very friendly, polite and accommodating - a total credit to the hotel.
We were checked in promptly and made to feel very welcome and shown to our room. Lovely room with large ensuite. We had heard that there were mosquitos and requested a net which was immediately put our bed. We had some laundry from our visit in Bangkok which was laundered and returned to us within an hour - amazing.
Fresh fruit is put in the room together with bottles of water (4) daily and tea/coffee refreshed daily - we asked for milk which was immediately brought to our room. Anything we asked for was immediately dealt - nothing was too much trouble and all dealt with by a lovely smile and greeting.
Breakfast was served near the pool - again excellent - huge selection of continental/fresh fruit/breads and cooked breakfast to order delivered to your table. Tea and coffee replenished immediately. Excellent service
There is a small pool with loungers and tables/chairs around the pool which is a welcome treat when out for the day on visits. Drinks are served around the pool.
There has been mention on dogs barking in other reviews - yes we did hear them but as we were so exhausted at the end of the day we both slept very well and not bothered with the barking.
Lovely products in the bathroom which were replenished daily
The hotel also has a spa with treatments which was just behind our block - we were given a complimentary 1 hour massage - excellent
We would definitely stay at Tamarind Village again on our next visit - perfect in every way
The hotel is just outside the main town and only a couple of minutes walk to restaurants/bars/temples etc. - see my separate review on Chiang Mai

Room Tip: As a light sleeper we requested a quiet room and stayed in a top floor room - perfect. However, speaking with other guests we heard only good reviews - I don't believe you will be unhappy in any of the rooms available
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 April 2014

Yes, read it here again, a little oasis, the calm in the storm that is the bustling city of Chiang Mai. But it is all true. This hotel deserves its high reputation as it is truly a beautiful thing. The service is warm and welcoming, the grounds are lush and peaceful, the rooms are stylish and comfortable and the breakfast has to rank amongst the best I have experienced anywhere in the world. Is that enough of a glowing recommendation?! It is also in teh heart of the city and the bustling Sunday market is on the doorstep.

Room Tip: If we went back we would make sure we had a balcony
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 April 2014 via mobile

We stayed at the Tamarind Village hotel in Chiang Mai as the second leg of our honeymoon after Bangkok. We primarily were in Chiang Mai to visit the Baanchang Elephant reserve (highly recommended by the way!). After being advised on this hotel by our travel agent - we were looking forward to a peaceful relaxing getaway after the chaos that was Bangkok!

Unfortunately, we were left somewhat disappointed by this hotel. Especially after reading it's previously excellent reviews. However looking through some of the more negative reviews - these are more like our experience.

The main problem - it isn't peaceful. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway, think again. The walls are paper thin, with dogs barking constantly through the night  or the music/noise coming from the hotel itself. 

The hotel lacks home comforts - such as decent broadband internet. As mentioned before in other reviews, the internet is dreadful. Shower wasn't great, and the room was full of Mosquitos despite what seemed very basic preventative measures. Air conditioning was old, noisy and at times ineffective. 

During the day, the hotel was full of children. Not that we have a problem with this as such - but they were noisy, and weren't what we had expected.

Breakfast was average, catered more towards native residents - nothing special after experiencing others in Thailand that were much better. Service wasn't bad at all, but this doesn't make up for the lack of quality. 

Overall, from what we had previously read - we expected better. We shall not be returning here, and from talking to others we met at the elephant reserve, there are better places to stay in Chiang Mai.  

Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 April 2014

This is a wonderful little hotel right in the heart of Chiang Mai. Lovely pool, comfortable rooms, and a really outstanding restaurant. It is just off the main road, and escaping the crush of the sunday market with a few steps was priceless. The staff was very helpful and efficient - do not miss the Sunday morning village walk: a perfect introduction to Chiang Mai.

Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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