Banthai Village Chiang Mai



Internet ConnectionTelevisionRoom with bathroomPhoneAir conditioning
Locality: City, price from: 66 € per night
Balancing between the tradition and modernity among the changes of the world, this mini-sized hotel offers warm hospitality and friendly atmosphere for a perpetual retreat. Location: Ideally situated in the beautiful city of Chiang Mai, the Banthai Village has the famous Bua Ban Shop in its environs. This property is also a 15-minute drive to the Chiang Mai International Airport. Rooms: This small luxury village in the old community of Chiang Mai boasts 23 chic rooms that are elegantly designed and come with all the modern conveniences assuring a pleasant stay. All the rooms offer private balcony overlooking the lush tropical garden and pool. Restaurant: Banthai Village offers a distinctive dining experience, that explores the nuances of the simple Thai and Western cuisines, serving traditional and contemporary favourites. Trendy Booze Bar is the perfect place for you to hang out with an assortment of refreshing drinks. General: You can energise your senses at the whirlpool or have a cool dip in the charming pool after a long venture out in exploring the ancient and historical city.

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