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  • shopping
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    Distance to airport:
  • Chiang Mai International Airport (2.4 Km / 29 min walk)
    Customer comments:
  • "Lovely staff", "Nice pool", "Quiet"
    Top nearby attractions:
  • Wualai Saturday Walking Street (0.3 Km / 4 min walk)
  • Heuan Phen Restaurant (0.8 Km / 10 min walk)
  • Wat Chedi Luang (0.9 Km / 11 min walk)
  • Oasis Spa (1.0 Km / 12 min walk)

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Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel

156 Wualai Road, Haiya Muang, Wua Lai, Chiang Mai, Thailand (Show on map)

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"Totally fabulous stay. Very relaxing courtyard with pool. ..."

Nathan, United States July 18, 2015

Features of Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel

Hotel Facilities

  • airport transfer
  • coffee shop
  • laundry service
  • restaurant
  • room service
  • safety deposit boxes
  • tours

Sports and Recreation

  • outdoor pool


  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms


  • car park

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Hotel Description
Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel is a boutique hotel that aims to let patrons experience the authentic Lanna way of life...see more Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel is a boutique hotel that aims to let patrons experience the authentic Lanna way of life of the people in Chiang Mai. All decorative item were chosen from the daily life of Lanna long ago. The interior design and furniture was recreated in an antique style. One of the most remarkable items is the four-pillar bed, imported by the missionaries and then made popular among Siamese noblemen and Chiang Mai royalty alike. The bathrooms were designed to look and feel antique with the chosen material, cornice decoration, bathtub, and wooden furniture. The outdoor swimming pool, the Baan Ken restaurant, bicycles that can be rented for free, tour information, and massage and spa packages all all to the splendor of a stay here. Every Saturday on Wua Lai Road, enjoy shopping and eating at the Saturday Night Walking Street. Please enter your preferred dates of stay and submit our online booking form to make a reservation at Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House Hotel.
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Mare E. Couples
United States of America, November 20, 2015
Historic and Peaceful amosphere

interior design, pool , location
This little gem of a place was a historical delight. Its an old Chinese style merchant house, and retains all the original antiques, dark woodwork, old photos, and history. Its a beautiful renovation! There is a small delightful pool in the tree- shaded courtyard, and the antiques-filled rooms look inwards down onto this courtyard. each room has its own quirks, the rooms can be a bit crowded, but things were built differently back then. The shower/bath was wonderful - a huge tub, excellent water pressure! TVs, internet connectivity, and mini fridges are in room. In the front of the house is a small bistro serving light meals and in house breakfasts. Staff is courteous, English is ok but not perfect; staff can organize you tuk tuks or taxis. The location in the centre of 'silver smith' street, which is also the Saturday Walking Street market. No street noise enters the peaceful interior of this house, so it is quiet and one can sleep well in the high, wooden, curtained beds. The Chiang Mai entrance gate into the old city is a 10 min walk. Why stay in a standard concrete hotel room or condo, when you can step back in time, and stay here? The house is still family-owned.
Natalie G. Solo travelers
Australia, October 25, 2015
On doorstep of WuLai Rd Walking Market

Bicycles, pool, big room
Will stay again. Note to mgmt/maintenance staff: Need to change batteries in clock, fix/replace DVD player (Room 3040. Mosquito coils would be a nice addition.
David S. Couples
Australia, August 23, 2015
Enjoyable stay recommended

Room Balcony Area
Loved this hotel. The room with balcony is a little dak ( that's a positive comment) we were able to sleep late and the light didn't get in. We also liked the old Chinese style furniture and fittings. Everything we needed was there. This was a lovely change from a lot of sterile hotels we stay in.The bathroom was spacious with a good shower. The pool is okay big enough for a swim and pool towels are always there. The staff speak English. The breakfast is adequate but you need to ask to see the hot breakfast menu. We didn't know it was there for three days. Part of our package.There is a huge market in the street on Saturday night outside the hotel. You can hail down the red buses ( they are like a pick up truck with canopy) that pass every couple of minutes ,they are cheap, a dollar or two and they will take you close to wherever you want to go. Taxis are cheap also.
Nathan K. Solo travelers
United States of America, July 19, 2015
Great Stay.

Totally fabulous stay. Very relaxing courtyard with pool. Excellent staff. Romantic setting. Free bike rentals.
Daniel L. Families with older children
Ireland, April 08, 2015
Great for a chilled out and completely laid back e

Great character , friendly staff and reasonable price
Enjoyable and quiet
Pamela M. Groups
Canada, March 07, 2015
Wonderful experience

Decor: attention to detail and comfort, great level of customer service, good location
We really enjoyed this hotel. The rooms are beautiful and comfortable. The pool is great : So refreshing in the heat of Chiang Mai. This hotel is an oasis in the heart of the old city. Restaurant is ok... More vegetarian options would be good... Very little English so hard to explain food preference. But breakfast was ok. I would definitely return to this hotel.. Bring mosquito repellant.
Peter W. Families with young children
Netherlands, February 12, 2015
Bad experience
Very narrow entry to access by car; outdated hotel, never done any maintenance or paintwork; Breakfast was very poor;Rooms very far under 3 star standard; :"bathroom" very low graded, selfmade bathtub with amateuristic plumbing; the whole impression is like a dungeon. When they should give it a bright and light paintwork it should look much more friendly, also take the oldfashioned pictures/drawings from the wall and replace them with something fresh.
Oliver M. Couples
Germany, February 04, 2015
grat room of colonial style.

room style, atmosphere, quietness
all fine and great. very close to saturday market and silver temple. breakfast is simple.
Hans-Ulrich H. Families with young children
Germany, November 20, 2014

Amira S. Solo travelers
United States of America, November 11, 2014
Pretty room, but dark as a dungeon.

Comfortable bed, spacious bathroom, complimentary filtered water bottles.
The hotel itself was pretty, unfortunately my room got no natural light, so it felt a little like a dungeon. It also smelled rather stuffy/stale when I was shown my room, like it hadn't been stayed in for a long time. The four post bed with mosquito netting was very pretty and the location was okay.

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