Veerachai Court

Veerachai Court

Location, location, location, good for long-term stay in Chiang Mai, spacious rooms with low room rates and conveniently located in the heart of the city. Walking distance to the famous Chiang Mai night bazaar and other markets like Warorot market in Chinatown, shopping centers, Thapae gate and many other attractions including a wide variety of bars, pubs and restaurants. On Thapae road you have all kinds of transportation to almost anywhere in and around Chiang Mai.


Well known by many nationalities of travelers and retirees of whom some are staying or returning here for years, mostly to avoid the cold winters in Europe or North America.veerachai_court_003

The rooms are spacious, maybe a bit worn out depending on which building you are staying at, there are three different buildings on the premises, the rooms are consisting of two beds, a large fridge, TV and for a small extra fee you can have Wifi in your room.

Good security and operated since 1988 by a friendly family, downstairs there is a small shop that literally sells everything you can think of and serves good strong coffee on the outside seating area in front of the hotel.

19 Thapae rd.Soi 2
Chiang Mai 50300

For more information:   Veerachai Court Building

Or call: +66 (0) 5325 1047

Room rates:

  • 1 Day: 500 Baht / 700 Baht / 800 Baht
  • Monthly rent: 5500 Baht to 8500 Baht
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