We stayed 4 nights at this beautiful hotel, my friend (an architect) also fell in love with the architecture. The owner was very nice and helped us with every question. Breakfast varied every morning and we also got to try Thai breakfast. The hotel is not directly in the city centre, but close to the airport. It was easy to get around with Uber. In case we come back to Chiang Mai we would definitely stay there again.
We really enjoyed our stay in this family-run hotel. Everyone is really charming. And the rooms are just lovely. The atmosphere of the hotel is really calm and laid-back. The nice swimming pool is a big plus. Yes, the hotel is a bit far from the city centre. But a tuk tuk to the old town costs just around 100 baht. And you can book tours at the reception desk. On the whole, we can definitely recommend staying in this serene, secluded hotel.
I really enjoyed my stay here. While it's located a bit outside the main city, I've been to Chiang Mai before so I know my way around, and the staff quickly helped me rent a motorbike to get around. Quiet, peaceful, relaxed ambiance, and very attentive staff. The rooms were so great that half the time my girlfriend and I didn't even want to get out of bed. Overall, if you're looking for a bit of an escape, definitely recommend Wiang Chang Klan.
The owner works diligently at this family run hotel to make the guest feel welcome. Breakfast everyday. Low season so it was very quiet. Really nice to be a little ways from the bustle of the tourist markets. Only issue was the surrounding buildings in the area seem a little seedy, however they are harmless. 4 out 5 as the showers were a little quirky.
This hotel is pretty terrible. The location is not great - about a 30 minute walk to the old city or a $3-5 tuk tuk ride. The main street (Chang Klan Road) near the hotel is quite seedy at night with KTV bars filled with prostitutes outside. The rooms would be acceptable except that the walls are paper thin, and I could hear every conversation in any room within 30 feet of our room. The rooms also face the pool area, which can get loud with large groups. While we were there, there was a large group of about 15 Chinese tourists that were literally yelling by the pool day and night, and it made sleeping quite challenging. The staff also leaves quite a bit to be desired. The man working is very very nice and helpful, though he does not speak English at all. The girl that works the front desk most days (she has round glasses) we found to be quite rude and unhelpful. We asked her to help us call a taxi and she stared at us blankly as though we had asked her to do something extremely difficult. We also asked her to sign us up for a bike tour. Granted, it was about 8 pm on the night before the tour, we though it would be worth at least a try. She told us that there would be no way we could get in on a tour. So we ended up emailing the tour company ourselves and were able to get in on the tour just fine. I think the service can really make or break an experience, and we were pretty disappointed.…