See why so many travellers make Teak Garden Spa Resort their hotel of choice when visiting Chiang Rai. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Teak Garden Villa Hotel offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Room service is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Teak Garden Spa Resort, free parking is available.
While in Chiang Rai be sure to experience local fish and chips favourites at Chivit Thamma Da Coffee House, Bistro & Bar.
Looking for something to do in Chiang Rai? Art Bridge Chiang Rai (0.8 mi) and Wat Phrathat Chom Sak (0.9 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Teak Garden Spa Resort.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Teak Garden Spa Resort as you experience all of the things Chiang Rai has to offer.
I stayed three nights at the Teak Garden hotel and enjoyed my stay. Guest rooms are in smaller buildings throughout the property; each building has about six rooms, and the pool is in the center. (I did not use the pool but it looked lovely.) The lobby is open air, near the entrance to the property. My room was clean and made up nicely every day. It was also quite spacious. The bed was comfortable enough though maybe a bit too firm for my taste; there were two comfy pillows. There is closet space and an in-room safe. They also provide a robe and slippers in the room, as well as complimentary bottled water. There is a hot pot with coffee/tea-making supplies, and these were replenished daily. There is AC that is individually controlled & cooled the room down nicely. The room has a desk, which was nice for working, though the room is dark for working. There is no overhead light, just lamps. During the day, there is plenty of day light available through the large windows, but it was dark at night. The Wifi, which was advertised in the public areas only, is available in the guests rooms and was sufficient for emailing and basic browsing. The room has a TV though all channels are Thai only; they do not have any international channels available. I was pleased with the shower in my room. There was good water pressure and it was hot (if you want heat). They provide bar soap, shampoo and shower gel, as well as q-tips and a shower cap. Towels were acceptable quality and changed daily. A buffet-style breakfast is included. Foods include Asian dishes as well as eggs and sausages for Western tastes. There is also fresh fruit, bread for toasting, yogurt, juices, and coffee, tea. The breakfast room has large tables that seat six or more. On two of the three mornings of my stay, I found breakfast to be very crowded. The hotel serves tour groups in motor coaches, so if you happen to go to breakfast shortly before the tour buses are leaving, you may experience that, too. One day of my stay, the breakfast room felt like ants at a picnic with crowding and people moving about; it was even hard to find a table; staff also had trouble keeping up to replenish the food. The next day, I went earlier and it was a little better, though still crowded. On the third day of my stay, I managed to get to breakfast without a crowd of tour bus folks and breakfast was more peaceful. The takeaway from my breakfast experience is to allow plenty of time and expect to have to wait for some foods you want to be replenished if it is very crowded. I have skimmed other reviews and note that one talked about lizards and bugs. I would just say that this is Thailand and the tropics, so I expected bugs and lizards. Though there were lizards on the exterior of the building, happily, none were in my room. That's good enough for me. Finally, I add that the staff were not fluent in English (can't say about other languages). However, that was easily solved by putting a translation app onto my phone. I had a minor maintenance issue in my room, typed in my issue in English, showed them the Thai translation, and they said "OK" and it was taken care of. Overall, this was a fine stay and I expect to stay there again on my next trip to the area.…
Stayed here three nights first week of June. We stayed in a building in the front and on the second floor. Hotel is outdated, broken screens in the bathroom, shower missing part of half of the sliding door, lizard poop in the bathroom, on the walls in the room, and on the floor. Not to mention the lizards that come into the room and bathroom. The door to the room is on the outside of the building, lots of lizards and geckos and bugs on the outside of the building walls. I understand this is nature, but a hotel should be able to do something to keep lizards from entering the rooms. Top of pool full of the flying bugs with huge wings. Breakfast was decent. They changed it up each morning, and also had some of the same items each morning. Wi-Fi in the room was included but it didn't seem to work very well. Never had good connection. It's not near the city center. There is a big C close by. But not much else. There's no spa there so not sure what the "spa" part of the hotel is. The lobby is full of alive and dead bugs. If you don't care about critters, you might like this hotel as it's Thai style. But if you have an aversion to critters and bugs, this wouldn't be the hotel for you.…
Over 4 years ago I stayed in Teak Garden after teaching in Chiang Rai. I was revisiting the school this summer and wouldn’t have chosen anywhere else to stay for the few nights we were there. The hotel upgraded us to the honeymoon suite, which was of course dated due to the way the hotel is done our, but was still so spacious and lovely. A very nice treat after 24 hours of travelling. The hotel is just 5 minutes from the airport and there is a great little restaurant across the road. We drank at the hotel bar, despite it being a little expensive for the area the drinks were nice especially my favourite cocktail-A Pink Lady- which i discovered there 4 years ago. Breakfast was average. Thanks for a great stay.
The place is undergoing renovation at the moment. Not much being done just painting outside. The rooms need a good going over. Mould in the bathroom, the shower head is so clogged up that you have trouble getting wet. The toilet press button is broken and is easy to catch your finger on. The curtains are Roman blinds so as soon as the sun is up it comes in to the room. Most of the staff don't speak much English so it makes it hard to communicate. There are a lot of Chinese tourists at this hotel and it is very noisy in the dinning room. Even though it has spa in the name there is no spa in the place. There is no information in the rooms, to tell you about anything.
We were greeted at check in with a frown. The room had the stale smell of cigarettes. The hallway smelled of garbage. Breakfast was cold. The bed was comfortable. Just not a place I would want to spend a long period.