Thailand, North and East
Info : Baan Tazala
Baan Tazala is one of the smallest hotels in Chiang Mai. It has eight spacious and creatively designed rooms and suites and offers attentive service, peaceful surroundings and great French food. A property of choice for discerning travellers in this region.
Located opposite the Grand Oriental Dhara Devi Hotel, Baan Tazala stands in stark contrast to its famous neighbour. It has been cleverly designed to maximise its small plot of land. It has a small swimming pool in the centre and there is also a library and computer room. Wireless internet is provided free of charge throughout the hotel. The signature French restaurant at the front of the property gets rave reviews and attracts outside visitors.
The resort is a mix of Chinese and Lanna styles, with antiques and sculptures complimenting the bold, warm colour schemes. While each room has a unique design, all have king size beds, Chinese wooden furniture and DVD player. The two suites have either a large balcony or outdoor Jacuzzi and extra living space. The six rooms are spread around the courtyard and offer elegant, contemporary accommodation in comfort and style.
Within easy reach of the citys attractions and with the facilities of the Oriental just a stroll away, Baan Tazala is a great option in Chiang Mai. Small and intimate, it deserves its reputation for quality.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
- DVD Player
- Fine Dining Restaurant
- Golf Course Nearby
- Swimming Pool
- Varied Local Excursions
- Wireless Internet
Really enjoyed the food tour. It took us to a part of Bangkok that we would never have visited. We visited 5 restaurants, some of which you would probably dismiss out of hand and carry on walking past from their appearance. They were also very clued up on local knowledge so it was a much a cultural tour as food tour.