137 Pillars House is a boutique hotel in Chiang Mai that revives the old world elegance of the Orient and invites guests to enjoy every modern luxury. They have gardens, rooms and suites and will try to make your stay special. They have a vast knowledge of the Chiang Mai area and will offer you directions and recommendations to some of the best sites.
Club One Seven Chiang Mai is brought to Chiang Mai by a company that has similar in Singapore and Phuket. It is a fully equipped facility designed for the gay traveler. For those wishing to stay at a Gay Hotel, this is the perfect place.
Nature Guest House fully furnished with modern facilities including tv, air-con, minibar,telephone and coffee pot.
Clean and cozy room in a quiet and beautiful surrounding. Friendly staff, friendly price. Restaurant and internet are available at the premise.
Le Méridien Chiang Mai blends classic European style and forward thinking originality with reflections of ancient Lanna culture and heritage. Multi-sensory elements stimulate the imagination and inspire local discovery. Conceptual lighting, fragrance and soundtracks, as well as scenes of visual intrigue and an interactive lobby hub, reveal a new kind of travel experience.
The Lotus Hotel is located in the Heart of Chiang Mai, capital of the North of Thailand, the Rose of the North, renowned as being a Shangri-La. The Hotel has been designed to give you a warm feeling. Each room has its own distinct character, beautifully decorated with English colonial antiques.
MansField Hotel is both a central location and still in a quiet area for a good nights sleep.
Mansfield’s location within Chiangmai’s rapidly up and coming vibrant neighbourhood of Santitham is perfect for tourists. Within a short walk are many bars, restaurants, cafes, as well as clubs and massage shops catering specifically for visitors.
At the Oriental Garden Bar you can shoot pool, grab a beer, chill out or enjoy your casual conversation. They serve a selection of beers, wine, liquors, and cocktails. And if you’re feeling puckish just order some of their snacks, served all day, everyday.
PJ’s Place; designed and built by the owners especially with your comfort, convenience and privacy in mind, is ideally situated in very quiet surroundings just outside the northwest corner of Chiang Mai’s famous moat. Tastefully furnished to the highest levels of comfort, cleanliness and hygiene; combined with our warm and friendly service all going together to make PJ’s Place the No1 guesthouse in Chiang Mai. PJ’s Place is gay owned and operated.
Peaceful ambience and tastefully casual, Qi68 is a new boutique hotel in Chiang Mai downtown that strongly focuses in its 'discreet' and 'cautious' attitudes coupled with cosy, modern design. The lobby of the hotel is a loft space with a wide open area, along with kitchen for self-catering.
Much more then a basic place to stay. From rooms to luxurious Villas and all done in the style of a traditional Thai House. They offer soft, comfortable European mattresses, central hot water, and complete water filtration, air-conditioned rooms and a lovely terrace and garden.
They have designed the accommodation for the discerning traveler who expects to find more than a basic place to stay. There have taken a traditional Thai style house and created a modern villa with conveniences that today’s travelers expect. You will find this place very comfortable and relaxing but with a subtle elegance that allows you to appreciate Thai customs and design. You may also select from the new, breathtaking deluxe Thai Villas.
Seven Suns is located within walking distance to the city’s night life, including restaurants, the night bazaar, local markets, Thapae Gate and the Old City Moat. The popular Saturday and Sunday night walking markets are very close by. We can help you get further out – go trekking, ride the elephants, wash the elephants at the camp, take a dip white-water rafting, look for arts and crafts, see community business projects, or simply just relax and enjoy a good meal and have a beer with some new friends. Seven Suns is your Chiang Mai Oasis and home away from home.
Soho Bar is one of Chiang Mai’s most sophisticated gay-friendly venues. You can socialize here in pleasant surroundings, in either the street-side bar or in the tastefully-decorated and more relaxed interior lounge bar. Music is played at a volume which doesn’t intrude on conversation, but can be cranked up when the crowd gets going. The bar sits on the prime location of Huay Kaew Road, almost directly opposite the Kad Suan Kaew Shopping Complex. A popular venue with Chiang Mai’s expatriates, Soho is a friendly and fun bar perfect for meeting new friends or simply sitting back and indulging in fine conversation and wine.
30 minutes North of the city of Chiang Mai and set in 10,000 sq. meters of gardens.
Close to Doi Saket and Tao Gardens. The name tells you what this resort is designed for.
Small number of spacious rooms where the key is privacy.
Close to the famous Night Bazaar and recommended by the Lonely Planet, is a unique place to stay if you are heading to Chiang Mai. It offers economical room rates from Bt 250 – Bt 600 a night for fan rooms, and air-conditioned rooms with hot and cold showers.