Guest reviews for Kaomai Lanna Resort Chiangmai
Address:1 Moo 6, Chiangmai-Hod Road,KM.29, Baanklang
City:Sanpatong, Chiang Mai 50120
Start Rate:1,186 THB
|Room Types:Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Kaomai Deluxe Room, Brick Suite, Butterfly Suite|
April 19, 2010
by Partha Pratim Bhattacharyya
Visit Date:April 17, 2010
"We went there en-route to Bangkok from our holiday in Mae Hong Son. The resort should not advertise Pets welcome as they charged an additional 500 Baht for my pet dog. Very average room, with a lot of ants on the bed. The staff pretended not to understand when we asked them about the ant problem. <span style="display:none">[R24 integr.ERR:escaping]</span>"
December 26, 2009
Visit Date:December 19, 2009
"Lovely quiet resort. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay."
Great!, January 13, 2009
by khun Duanphen Lorethaworn
Visit Date:December 31, 2008
"Surrounding is great and fantastic.Breakfast should be approved. If the hotel have less customer, the breakfast should not be buffet but a la carte or in set in stead.Room condition is good but the bath room seemed to have bad smell out all the time."
just right. we got the room at half the price of other booking services that we saw., October 13, 2008
by Jarod Davis
Visit Date:October 9, 2008
"The hotel was awesome! We went during october, and the entire resort was very clean and well taken care of. the service of the staff was the best we had ever seen in Thailand, and it was very relaxing. The natural beauty of the place was incredible. We definitely plan to go back in the future. It is a bit far Chiang Mai, but that is what makes it so calm and relaxing. We rented a car, and we were able to go and come as we pleased. <span style="display:none">[R24 integr.ERR:escaping]</span>"
Smooth as silk, January 30, 2008
by Andrew Philip Michaels
Visit Date:January 20, 2008
"The hotel is about 30 minutes from the airport. This is a nice comfortable hotel with most friendly and helpful staff. It was nearer the main road than we expected but the traffic couldn t be heard from the rooms, which are quite unique and of a good standard. The gardens are pleasant and the atmosphere is one of peace and quiet. The food on offer is fine, although there is little to find as an alternative within walking distance. For those looking for an out of town location, close to all the things people want to see and do in the region (e.g. Doi Interon and Chang Camp etc), then for the price Kaomailanna is hard to beat. <span style="display:none">[R24 integr.ERR:escaping]</span>"
Absolutely smooth - it all went off without the slightest hitch., October 11, 2007
by michael sharp
Visit Date:October 4, 2007
"This is an ideal getaway if you re looking for something truly peaceful, so perhaps not quite suitable for children. But in all other ways I cannot recommend this resort enough. The setting is magnificent, the grounds have been tended with great care. The staff are extremely friendly and polite and the food is not only reasonably priced, it s absolutely delicious too. Not having your own transport could make this a difficult choice but still a managable one. All in all a very memorable experience."
Trouble free and easy as usual., February 28, 2007
by Keith Pyke
Visit Date:January 31, 2007
"These old tobacco barns provide most unusual accommodation. Really different from anything else we stayed in. A quiet hide-away that s not for ravers. Huge bed in a good size room. Quirky old furniture and nice decor. The ground floor units must be pretty dark though because of the luxuriant greenery surrounding each barn.In early February it was chilly in the evenings and at breakfast - staff were wearing scarves and thick jackets. But lovely and warm after 10am. We had the huge pool to ourselves for three days. Just pick up the poolside phone and order food and drink - Bliss! Great cocktails. A wonderfully atmospheric and cheap local Saturday market at San Pa Tong. Borrow the bikes and cycle there."