See why so many travelers make Kavil Guesthouse their hotel of choice when visiting Chiang Mai. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Chiang Mai, Kavil Guesthouse is located a short distance from Wat Phakhao Temple (0.2 mi) and Wat Pan Tao (0.2 mi).
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Kavil Guesthouse makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit.
Chiang Mai has plenty of Mediterranean restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Eat Is Life, Sababa Israeli Restaurant, and Favola at Le Meridien, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring Chiang Mai, check out one of the art museums, such as Bann Phor Liang Meun, Lanna Folklife Museum, and Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Centre.
At Kavil Guesthouse, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Chiang Mai.
Fine, basic little guest house with no surprises. You get what you pay for. Room was clean and what was there worked. Bed typical for many places in Thailand, hard as...I’d say about one step up from the floor. Breakfast basic, but okay and served with a smile from the always friendly, helpful staff. Great location in the old town, I’d stay there again.
The guest house was perfect, a great place to sleep. Close enough to the markets and the happening area of Chiang Mai.. lots of food options it is down an alley sort of so quiet enough to rest. A block or two away from everything. The owner gave great suggestions on sites and is very personal. All around great people. Remember this is a place to sleep and rest and hang on their porch. If you are looking for a tv to hang around in the room then this is not the place for you.
I have just returned home after spending a week at the Kavil guest house. I found this hotel on trip advisor and booked on the basis that it is close to Tae Pae gate where the lantern festival celebrations would be taking place. What I found was that actually the location was perfect for everywhere that I wanted to go. The hotel was nice, airy and clean and had the comfiest bed that I slept in in all of Thailand and the staff were really friendly too. I couldn't imagine staying anywhere else in Chiang Mai and would definitely recommend staying here!
We informed Kavil Guesthouse well ahead of time about our expected arrival time. We literally arrived a few minutes after 22:00 and then finally (after 22:00) received a reply from Kavil Guesthouse stating that we needed to pay a few hundred baht extra when arriving after 22:00. An employee opened the door and gave us a phone with the owner on the line. She came across extremely rude and unprofessional, demanding the late arrival fee because she had to “wake her staff” - come on. She then said it would probably be difficult to find another room in Chiang Mai, and when we told her we could probably get another one as of the low season and we had been before she suddenly said she could waive the late arrival fee. The extremely unprofessional attitude and the somewhat scam/extortion like behaviour made us decide to cancel our stay even though we were stranded on the side of the streets without a room. I’ve read through every single line of text on the booking.com ad, nowhere it states an extra fee for a ‘late’ check-in. This was later confirmed by booking.com. If this was made clear before booking we would have never booked this place. Felt like an absolute scam. The rooms might be nice but if you get into any kind of trouble with the owner expect the absolute worst. Not worth the gamble!…
Good and cosy rooms in a quite neighborhood and walkable distance from the city center. We had rented big bikes to do the Mae Hong son loop and they didn't had parking place but they spoke to the neighbor and arranged for the parking of the bikes.