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11 Sotesueksa Road Changphuek Subdistrict, Chiang Mai 50300 Thailand
29% less than usual
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$17
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$24
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Free cancellation until 11/24/19
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Welcome to Chiang Mai and warm welcome to Banilah guest house. Banilah has renovated a building and transformed it into a unique style, comfortable, eye-pleasing fusion with Lanna senses. The combinations of Lanna arts and modern designs will penetrate through your please and touch your heart. You will value your relaxation time more than ever at Banilah. Banilah offers more than what you've expected for what you pay. All of our rooms are decorated with boutique and unique stye, with en-suite bathroom.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Wifi
Coffee shop
Complimentary welcome drink
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Laundry service
Public wifi
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Thai
263Reviews3Q+A12Room tips
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A good hostel completely runt by woman. The location is just outside the old city centre 10 minutes by bike (which they provide for free). The staff is very kind and helpful as well, they show the secrets of the neighborhood regarding good food. The reception is not 24/7 open but with every question the will help (getting a cab etc.) Regarding the rooms they are clean however the bathroom is on the balcony (which is private so you're not literally stand outside), the room is good. In the common area (reception) you can drink coffee or something else (they not serving breakfast) and there are walking a few cats on a lease ( but they doesn't bother you at all). There is also a opportunity to watch movies. I would recommend this place, for the lovely staff and the location
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As a young solo traveller I was worrying a little about where to stay in a new city. Hostel? Hotel? Guesthouse? I settled on banilah, and overall I am glad I did. I had a private room, and the staff was incredibly nice and helpful! They really went above and beyond to help out their guests and I really appreciated that. That being said as a young solo traveller, if you are looking for a place to meet others, or somewhere convenient to other hostels/travelers the location is a little outside the city center. However, it's quiet, it's authentic, and has a really cute donut and coffee shop nearby and a food market. The staff really try their best to orient you to the city and area too, and they let you borrow bikes! Overall I had a pretty wonderful experience there.
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I stayed in this hotel for a couple of nights. The lady at the reception was really very helpful and gave lots of tips and explained how to get around the city. She also booked day trips and called for taxis. The room was big and clean but the my bathroom was at the balcony which didn't bother me much. The hotel is around 45 mins from the centre.
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My first time staying at Banilah was last January/February/March. It's so fantastic -- at this price point -- that I recommend it in my article on Chiang Mai for Bicycling Magazine. I'm a travel writer so I've stayed at hundreds of properties and Banilah has a very special place in my memory and heart. The staff are not just pleasant, they are efficient and responsive, and the room is a great value for the price. I came back again this year and have stayed about 6 weeks. I will come back next year. And I've NEVER opted to stay at a value hotel vs. AirBnB/short term rental. But Banilah is THAT good.
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I stayed at Banilah for about a month while I took Thai Massage courses and traveled around Chiang Mai. I cannot say enough about the staff here. They were warm, welcoming and ever helpful. When I arrived they greeted me warmly and provided local maps. They took the time to sit down with me and go over where to find the best food, shops, tours and really oriented me with the city. My room was clean and comfortable. The cleaning staff come in daily to tidy the room, change the linens and towels if you need it, and to stock the room with toilet paper and fresh, complimentary water. The neighborhood is quaint and safe. There is security staff on-site overnight, but I always felt safe in the area, even as a single woman walking alone at night. I also commonly left
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PRICE RANGE
$16 - $28 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
banilah hotel chiang mai
LOCATION
ThailandChiang Mai ProvinceChiang Mai
NUMBER OF ROOMS
25
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Frequently Asked Questions about Banilah
Which popular attractions are close to Banilah?
Nearby attractions include Chiang Chom Temple (Wat Chedi Plong Pagoda) (0.2 miles) and Friendly Slip N Fly (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Banilah?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, room service, and laundry service.
What food & drink options are available at Banilah?
Guests can enjoy a free welcome drink during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Banilah?
Conveniently located restaurants include Akha Ama Coffee, Santi Bar & Bistro, and Ab'Petite Cafe.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Banilah?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Thai.
Are there any historical sites close to Banilah?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Fort of Ka-Tham (1.9 miles), Chiang Mai Gate (2.0 miles), and Suan Dok Gate (1.1 miles).