Villa Mahabhirom is a truly unique boutique hotel.
Villa Mahabhirom splendidly combines authentic Northern Thai Lanna design themes with contemporary luxuries and tasteful flourishes of European art. Wonderfully different.
Mahabhirom is located on the edge of an old walled city. Very convenient for walking tours around the immediate area. Chiang Mai has some fabulous restaurants and interesting street markets. The flower market is good for early risers and the night market fun for casual purchases. In addition, many of the top furniture designers and factories are located in the Chiang Mai area. The hotel will be delighted to make suggestions.
The airport is 15 minutes transfer.
Villa Mahabhirom has a selection of 14 teak Villas, built on stilts with an outside staircase.
You have a choice of:
Villa Deluxe, Villa Doi Thep (named after the mountain temple), and then a selection of one, two and three-bedroom villas.
All Villas are designed to totally capture the spirit of the destination with dark wood, high ceilings, and nicely practical en-suite bathrooms. The accommodation faces the garden or the central pool area. All are spacious and start from 50 sqm.
The hotel can offer hot air balloon trips, a great way to overview the city!
In addition, many of the top furniture designers and factories are located in the Chiang Mai area, and the hotel will be delighted to make suggestions.
Villa Mahabhirom Highly individual and personalized. It will appeal to those deliberately seeking a real alternative to corporate ubiquity.
Almost deliberately quirky in places and rather bohemian. Mahabhirom is not mainstream in any way, but that is all part of its appeal.
The focus tends to be on curious seasoned adult travellers, but teenage children are accepted.
Note – Although 15 minutes drive from the airport, as with many of the hotels in this area, you are occasionally on the flight path so this might be noticed. Most clients appreciate the advice but are not concerned.
Villa Mahabhirom, Chiang Mai
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