Nice place quiet , people are very kind , we ask for special breakfast (vegan) and they do it , in swimming pool you ve some buoy funny . you can use bike near by where you can find some typical shop very cheap to buy fruits.
It all looked. Dry promising on arriving but staff were unfriendly as if they really didn't want us there. Rooms were huge and outdated and maybe we didn't get the best ones allocated.
Bathrooms were in need of serious updating it was stepping onto rough unfinished concrete. There were plenty of laminated signs telling you what not to do and the fines imposed. Breakfast well we won't go there. Location was quite which is one bonus and sitting out of the pool deck on the evening listening to the frogs was a nice respite. Wouldn't recommend or return.
this resort will be nice Place for people who need an quiet Place to relax from daily tours around Chiang Mai , but we recommend to have your own Car or Bike to travel around.
There is a small outdoor area near Pool for Breakfast . Persoanl is very friendly.
We have traveled Thailand for over 5 years now back and forth from Australia. We had never got up as far as Chiang Mai and finally have. Our hotel around the corner from this rest we had booked for 8 days. We asked too check out earlier as there was so much construction going on and not the standards of service we would pay for $150 AUD per night. We just wanted one week off peace and too relax by a quiet pool. This hotel was perfect. Only small though wonderful staff, simple though nice breakfast. The dinners were very nice. We stayed in the royal Jacizzi suite. Was very spacious with little private patio . The Jacuzzi needs a good 2hrs too fill up though very relaxing. The shower could use a little bleach but I don't think any hotel ever does. We used thesis sage mat too put under the bed covers for more softness as beds very hard, some people might like too sleep on a rock and the over 300 channels not one was English. So borrow a DVD player off them. Most times we went too XCentre for odd meal and Ian the owner and locals company. The Botanical Gardens is a must too do. We are more market and drinkers though this was a great few ours. We enjoyed our stay here besides the odd uncomfortable sleep but the pool soon fixed that. If u travelling with family they have a beautiful residence up the back and ur own private pool. We will stay there in July when we come back with friends. I hope u enjoy your stay if u choose this resort.
Friendly staff, beautiful grounds, with decent sized bedrooms tastefully decorated. A little far from any restaurants and a 10 minute walk to a 7-11. When we were there there was no wifi, and that was a little disappointing. There's also a nice little pool surrounded by tropical greenery. They rent bikes, but at the time we were there no motorbikes were available. Another plus is it's close to many sites such as the Mai sai elephant camp, Tiger Kingdom and other local attractions.