Lonely Planet review
If you're looking for comforts, you've found the right spot. Rooms are modern and well sized, have muted tones and are well-kitted out with safes, minibars, and sparkling en suites. Brix bar-and-restaurant here is a built-for-tourists place with nothing authentic about it. Still at least it doesn't pretend – dishes are Western in content and price. The attached outdoor area is perfect for an afternoon beer and people-watching on this busy corner (although you'll no doubt inhale the odd lungful of exhaust from the relentless traffic hurtling past). There's a 20% discount on room tariff if paying by credit card!
Our independent authors have visited Montri Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Chiang Mai.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
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