Mid-range Chiang Mai Hotels & the City CentreJody Houton
Get off to a great start on your holiday of adventure by staying at one of the centrally located mid-range Chiang Mai hotels listed with HotelTravel.com. Leave your accommodation needs to us and all that is left for you to do is decide which of the city’s sights and array of attractions you would like to explore.
Situated on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, on the banks of the Mae Ping River are traditional Lanna-designed Athitan Villas. The hotel’s secluded location is perfect for guests who wish to enjoy a holiday hideaway, yet still be in a convenient enough location to be near the vibrancy of the city.
Travelling around Chiang Mai city by foot is easy thanks to a well-designed city centre that revolves around and within the Old City Walls. Within these city walls, tourists can find a wealth of temples, shrines and other traditional architectural structures. The Athitan Villas also offers a free shuttle service to and from Chiang Mai Old City, the Night Bazaar and Chiang Mai International Airport. Public buses and motorcycle taxis are also available throughout the city and are quite reasonably priced.
Hotel ibis Styles Chiang Mai is on the outer rim of the city centre, at the Phucome intersection, and is just a few kilometres from Thailand’s first commercial zoo - Chiang Mai Zoo. Animals within the extensive 200 acres of land include tigers, pandas and a range of reptiles. Hotel ibis Styles Chiang Mai is also just 12 kilometres from Doi Suthep - one of Chiang Mai’s tallest mountains and certainly a spot where some of the most beautiful views can be enjoyed. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple is also on top of this mountain.
The Lanna Boutique Resort has been designed with a nod to the traditional Northern Thai style, while incorporating many modern conveniences and facilities, at very competitive prices. Lovers of the outdoors should note that Thailand’s highest mountain Doi Inthanon is just two kilometres away and is home to the ‘Two Chedis’, which were built in honour of the King and Queen of Thailand respectively. The temples and well manicured gardens are always a popular attraction for locals and visitors alike.