Must see hotels in Chiang Rai Province

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    Four Seasons Tented Camp

    If you can fit it into your schedule (and budget), this safari-inspired resort is among the most unusual accommodation experiences in Thailand. The ‘tents…

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    Phu Chaisai Resort & Spa

    On a remote bamboo-covered hilltop, this resort is the most unique place to stay in the Mae Salong area. The more you pay, the bigger your bungalow and…

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    Rai Saeng Arun

    Located 22km from Chiang Khong on Rte 4007, this ecofriendly resort brings together 14 wooden bungalows in a breathtaking plot of land adjacent to the…

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    Sleeping Well Hostel

    Housed in a stylish four-storey building connected by a winding staircase, the eight-bed dorm and rooms here are spotless and fresh, with white and wood…

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    Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort

    Chiang Rai’s grandest upscale resort is about 2km outside the city centre on a beautiful stretch of the Mae Nam Kok. Rooms are immense and decked out in…

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    Bamboo Nest de Chiang Rai

    The Lahu village that’s home to this unique place is only an hour's drive from Chiang Rai but feels very remote. Accommodation consists of simple but…

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    Baan Hom Muen Li

    Slap in the middle of town, this stylish place consists of 22 rooms artfully decked out in modern and classical Chinese themes. Go for the more expensive…

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    Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa

    This award-winning resort takes up a large patch of beautifully landscaped ground directly opposite the Hall of Opium. The rooms combine Thai and…

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    Legend of Chiang Rai

    Boasting a tranquil riverside location, this resort is styled like a traditional Lanna village. Rooms are large and luxuriously understated, with…

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    Ben Guesthouse

    This spotless compound has a bit of everything, from fan-cooled cheap rooms to immense suites, not to mention a pool. Rooms are plain and simple but…

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    There are a variety of simple, mostly fan-cooled rooms at this long-standing, rustic, riverside guesthouse. The rooms are basic, but there's a family feel…

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    Viang Yonok

    The emphasis at this well-manicured compound of seven comfortable, wood-floored bungalows is activities. There's a swimming pool, sauna and weights room,…

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    De Hug

    De Hug is a four-storey hotel complex with vast rooms outfitted with modern amenities and furniture. Bathrooms are a little plain for the price, but there…

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    Phumektawan Resort

    Phumektawan is not really a resort but the rooms here are perched on a hillside, allowing for spectacular views. There are even better vistas from the…

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    Happy Nest Hostel

    It's a little more expensive than other hostels in town, but this bright and fresh place compensates with efficient staff, a downstairs cafe and a couple…

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    River House

    Overlooking the Mekong River, the River House has more character than most Chiang Khong hotels. The cheaper rooms are small, fan-only and share bathrooms,…

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    Maesalong Mountain Home

    Down a steep dirt road 1km east of Mae Salong’s town centre (look for the orange sign), this peaceful place is a great choice if you’ve got your own…

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    Maekhong Delta Boutique Hotel

    It’s an odd name, considering that the Mekong Delta is way down in Vietnam. Odder still that, with their light-wood panelling, the rooms here are somehow…

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    Namkhong Resort

    Just off the main drag is this semisecluded compound of tropical plants and handsome wooden structures. It's a popular spot: even the fan-cooled, shared…