The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel
Address153 Sridonchai Road, Tambol Chang Klan Mueang Chiang MaiSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Icy air-con welcomes you to the vast lobby of this slightly institutional tower hotel in a prime location near the Night Bazaar. The setup is old-fashioned – tinted windows, boutiques and a dulcimer player in the lobby, with standard Asian-style hotel rooms upstairs – but there's a good pool and it certainly offers respite from the heat and noise outside.
Our independent authors have visited The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Chiang Mai.
Description provided by property
The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel is located in the middle of Chiang Mai city. It is within an easy reach just five minutes walking to the exotic shopper's paradise, 'Night Bazaar', where you'll find many interesting handicraft and Thai souvenirs.
The hotel is also close to the remains of the city walls that once had protected this ancient city. Moreover you'll find the glorious temples dating to the 14th century. You can also marvel the natural wonders of the city.
The Mae Ping River flows quietly through the center, while the imperial peak of Doi Suthep majestically guards the city. From The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, just only 10 minutes drive to Chiang Mai International Airport and 5 minutes to Chiang Mai Railway Station.
Conveniently situated on the heart of downtown adjacent to the famous shoppers' paradise 'Night Bazaar',10 minutes drive from the Chiangmai International Airport and 5 minutes drive from the Chiangmai Railway Station.
additional charge for “New Year’s Eve Dinner” on the 31st December for Imperial Mae Ping
-Adult @ THB 3472 net per person
-Child @ THB 1736 net per person
400.-baht net for adult & child over 11 years.
200.-baht net for child 3-11 years.
Services & facilities
- Fitness Centre
- Free Parking
- Laundry Facilities
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Luggage Storage
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency Exchange
- Internet Access
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