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Chantra Khiri Chalet

49 Moo 3 Ban Pong Sub-District, Hang Dong District, Chiang Mai 50230 Thailand
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Car hire
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Free internet
Coffee shop
Breakfast available
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
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Family rooms
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I had to say that I got lucky booking this hotel. Chiang Mai has so many hotel and many looked nice. I was just tired after searching and looking for a hotel. By the end, we were just sattle on Chantra Khiri. What a good call I made! The only regret is I only book it for one night. If I could, I would stay here for life! The hotel situated on the hill over looking Doi Suthep-Pui. Actually, it looked a bit like North East of France. The hotel ground is perfectly groomed with the blend of Lanna style and European Colonial. I saw some furniture look just like my mother in law's in France. I didn't know that blending Lanna and European colonial can be so beautiful. I would love to meet the interior designer and owner. Most of furniture here are collection of the owner. I feel there is passion of the owner around the hotel ground. It made the hotel look and feel unique. There are only 19 rooms in this hotel (even though it looks bigger) so it is very quiet. The view is stunning. The minute you open your bedroom door, you will be impressed by the richness of the mountains in front of you. I also love the coffeeshop/restaurant of the hotel. From the restaurant, you will over look the swimming pool and mountains. The restaurant is very beautiful and well decorated with local textile and underline with cottage feel. I am so impressed that I can't wait to leave the hotel before writing the review. The staffs of the hotel is very friendly and helpful. I have been to many places but never crazy about a hotel. I think this is the first hotel that I want to come back again and again. Feeling blessed to be among the nature serenity.
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If you're looking to escape the city and just luxuriate in tranquility for a while, the Chantra Khiri will definitely deliver. Located the edge of a forest preserve, the majority of your view from anywhere on the property is greenery. Even the chalets themselves are well-screened by clever planting. We stayed in the largest chalet with a few friends, and the entire experience couldn't have been better. The sitting room was spacious and comfortable. The outdoor lounge/kitchen area had gorgeous views (and a Nespresso machine with multiple coffee options) and a fantastic convertible swinging bench which could either look in toward the lounge or out toward the jungle. As a very tall traveller I did smack my head a couple times out of my own inattention, but this is unlikely to be a problem for the average guest. The beds were soft and luxurious, complete with mosquito nets, and the aircon had no problem keeping up with the summer weather. Given you are in the middle of largely undisturbed forest, you may want to close your windows entirely if you're a light sleeper — the tokays and insects calling can be quite disruptive as the sun rises. But if you've nowhere else to be and nothing else to do, leave the windows open, soak in the atmosphere, and let the surreal noises rouse you for your morning coffee. We found the food to be quite good and the service to be excellent (perfectly attentive but not intrusive), and Lincoln the boxer also stopped by several times to make sure we were enjoying ourselves. The inside seating at the restaurant is great, but if you can get it, go alfresco for the tables by the infinity pool, especially at breakfast. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat.
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We returned for another meal at Chantra Khiri Chalet and found it much as before, but prices seem to have come down. Maybe because there were few other visitors there when we were. The rooms are fabulous, but quite pricey, particularly as there few things to do whilst here. The views are great, but you can only look at them for a while. The swimming pool is OK but nothing special. The "Na Chantra Restaurant" is very stylish inside, but the food is average and service slow. The gardens and surrounds are idyllic. Pay it a visit.
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I’ve been there with the girlfriend for Valentine’s Day and we had a great time. The room Is huge and very well decorated. There’s a big balcony with a nice view on the hill and forest. There’s not much to do but it’s perfect to take a rest. The food was good and the service excellent. Definitely recommended for a peaceful week end around Chiang Mai.
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The resort covers a large plot on the mountain but its 19 rooms are cleverly nestled into the landscape. From the van we transferred to 2 golf carts, one for the luggage and one for us. In the resort we crossed a bridge spanning a waterfall and a Koi pool down below. Located next to the resort’s outdoor infinity pool we ordered Khao Soi Gai. It was fantastic! The noodles and chicken were cooked to perfection and the ‘soup’ was creamy and delicious. The room has tea and coffee making facilities, including an expresso machine, a bar area and complimentary mini bar. The area is open to the outside along two walls and has armchairs and a settee. Once you enter the bedroom you are struck by the elegance of the furnishings (with tasteful antiques from all over the world), the bold navy blue decor and contrasting stripes, a glorious marble bathroom in addition to a free standing antique bathtub in the bedroom. High ceilings and emotionally evocative colour schemes are some of the most striking of any hotel anywhere. A huge balcony gives you wonderful panoramas of Doi Suthep and Doi Pui mountains and the National Park.
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$88 - $427 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ThailandChiang Mai ProvinceChiang Mai
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