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Amata Lanna

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- Lovely boutique hotel
- Plenty to do in Chiang Mai
- Close to walled 'old city'
- Great value for money

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Amata Lanna is a charming and delightful boutique hotel just a stone’s throw from the Ping River in Thailand’s northern reaches. Even though it’s quite centrally located within Chiang Mai, the hotel is designed to offer both comfort and serenity; it’s a place to relax, unwind and take things easy after a day of exploring the lively city and its many attractions. Amata Lanna’s attractive decor and architecture are inspired by and pay tribute to the ancient Lanna kingdom. Teak wood over 100 years old from various villages across northern Thailand is used throughout the hotel’s public areas and guest rooms.

There are 14 deluxe rooms at the hotel and each one is individually decorated. All of the rooms have a private balcony, as well as a jacuzzi bathtub, air conditioning and mosquito nets. In the bathroom there’s a separate bathtub and shower, with bathrobes, slippers and complimentary toiletries provided. Some of the other room amenities include coffee and tea making facilities, an ironing board and iron, a minibar and a flat-screen TV. Most of the rooms have views looking out across the hotel’s central courtyard and pool.

It's easy to get to Chiang Mai’s walled old city, which was once the seat of the Lanna kingdom and is now home to a wide variety of historical and cultural monuments. Many of the city’s top attractions are conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel; these include the popular Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, the Warorot Market, the Vieng-Joom-On Tea House and the Wat Gate, to name just a few.

Back at the hotel, there’s a swimming pool and a jacuzzi, as well as scenic tropical gardens to explore. Buffet breakfast is served daily by the pool and there’s a poolside bar serving a variety of refreshing drinks. Note that the hotel doesn’t have its own restaurant, so there are no on-site options for lunch or dinner, however we can recommend the best local restaurants and provide directions.

Families will be pleased to know children of all ages are welcome. While the hotel can provide cots and extra beds, it doesn’t have any child-oriented amenities or services available. Children are, of course, free to use the pool, though parents should keep an eye on their younger ones as it isn’t fenced and there is no lifeguard.

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    It clearly couldn't have been a better route, such a wonderful mix of landscapes. And plenty of acclimatisation time. Nonetheless, I was glad of my summit oxygen.

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    My favourite day was Shira Cathedral. Amazing.

    MissingWilliam M reviewing Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route on 15 April 2020

  • Hi Lisa,

    The safari trip was excellent! The stay, the food and the people were all very nice. We were happy to have Ryan and Stanley as our game drive guides they brought us up close to the animals and Ryan gave very good information throughout.

    Would definitely recommend to friends who are interested in safaris :)

    Also, thanks much for your help, particularly keeping the room for my Brother and his wife they’ve enjoyed the safari very much too!

    Best regards,
    Woan Chyi

    MissingWoan Chyi L reviewing Cape Town & Kruger Safari on 16 October 2019

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