Maninarakorn Hotel

maninarakorn entrance

Very popular today with Chinese tourists, this hotel open since 2008 is located just off the corner and only a five minute walk from the famous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, in the main building which functions as a hotel, you have spacious rooms with a small kitchenette, luxurious bathrooms and a comfortable living room including free Wi-Fi and electricity.

What makes Maninarakorn Hotel interesting for those of you who like to rent in Chiang Mai for a longer period of time is that there are rooms available in the other three sections of the hotel, these are not that luxurious, but price/quality wise very attractive; a small living room, bathroom with shower and a big bedroom with TV will give you the privacy that you need. The rooms can be cleaned three times a week and you can make use of the swimming pool, sauna, gym and restaurant of the hotel.

maninarakorn restaurantThe restaurant is open from 6 am to 3 pm with a buffet style section, but you can also order individual dishes from the menu.
Good security, friendly staff and valet parking plus the great location are all good reasons to have a pleasant stay at Maninarakorn Hotel here in Chiang Mai.

Daily Room Rates in the hotel vary between 1200 Baht up to 7000 Baht.

Long-Stay Room Rates Monthly:

  • Superior Residence:      12000 Bahtmaninarakorn room
  • Deluxe residence:         12000 Baht
  • Superior room:      15000 Baht
  • Deluxe room:         15000 Baht

(note: the buildings for long-term rent do not have an elevator, but are only three floors up)

99 Sridonchai Rd
T. Changklan
A. Muang
Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand.

Or call: +66 (0) 53 999 555



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