Chiang Mai, Thailand
The rooms are dominated by dark wood varnished furniture,
with pieces of local handwoven fabric, which Khun Opas can help
guests source in the markets of Chiang Mai. They're a generous
size, all with their own little outside seating area. The
kingsize four-poster beds have mosquito netting; at night, a man
comes round to light the mosquito coils, too.
The front wing has a more old-world feel to it, and is more tastefully put together, while the rear wing benefits from a tranquil garden setting.
Bathrooms are functional with shower cubicles. A range of toiletries is provided: that the soap is Imperial Leather speaks of the amiable, unfussy soul of the place. The simple minibar comes at the smallest markup in hotel history (4 baht more than the 7-11, as far as we could tell) and you get complimentary bottled water and an umbrella, should it rain.
Superior rooms have queensized, kingsized or twin beds (specify when booking), plus a little desk and rattan seating. Junior Suites are bigger and more inviting for longer stays, with a comfortable sofa and coffee/tea-making facilities.
The Baan Orapin and One-Bedroom Suites have an inviting teak four-poster bed and generous sitting area decorated with exclusive Sop Moei Arts items. Some also come with a bathtub.
- WiFi Internet
- Safe box
- Mosquito net
- Extra Beds
- Complimentary toiletries