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Wide, spacious room and well-decorated as well. The place is attached to Buddhism culture hence we can learn pretty much about this religion.
Boutique style with warm and personalized service, staffs spoke an acceptable english, however, their attitude is awesome !
My husband and I stayed at 137 Pillars for 4 nights and were thoroughly impressed. The weather wasn’t too cooperative while we were there but it never spoiled our trip because the staff went above our expectations (hence the ridiculously thorough review).
Butler—ask for Toto!!...More
Beautiful view and pleasant place to stay whenever you need a vacation from work or anything that's stressing you out. Foods are also very mouthwatering. Highly recommended for all the people who want to enjoy their out of home trip!
This place is an absolute dream!!! If we ever return to Thailand, my husband and I will stay here every time!!!! Pui is the nicest person you will ever meet! She made arrangements for us and took care of us and was a true pleasure...More
This place was beautiful! The scenery was just relaxing and the food was so good I would recommend anybody to come eat at this restaurant they will definitely enjoy themselves! You would even be happy just sitting outside enjoying the beauty.
We tipped housekeeping daily (since who makes up your room could change each day) - don't remember how much ($5?), but guidance was provided beforehand by our travel agent. Didn't think we'd have any use for a butler, and... More
We tipped housekeeping daily (since who makes up your room could change each day) - don't remember how much ($5?), but guidance was provided beforehand by our travel agent. Didn't think we'd have any use for a butler, and hardly used the one provided @ the Intercontinental in Danang, but "Toto" was so wonderful that we wrote to his manager to commend him after we returned (& left him a very good tip). He would appear w/things we didn't know we needed (i.e., a bag of supplies to take to the Elephant Sanctuary) & actually enrolled us in the airlines' frequent flyer program so that we wouldn't incur excess weight charges! If you are lucky enough to have him, give him our very best (Tom & Delene from San Francisco). LOVED Chiang Mai & 137 Pillars!