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Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House
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Reviewed January 23, 2011

this place is a gem. the owner - ma sing sing - basically takes you under her wing and there are no catches. she just wants you to have the perfect stay. we had even made a mistake and booked 3 nights when we meant 4 and within 5 minutes, she had made arrangements for us to stay in another place that was fine because she was full up and then personally dropped us there in her car!
8 rooms. beautiful pool - big ebough to just cool off in but looks SO inviting. gorgeous dark wood teak rooms. 4 poster beds. and trees and pebbles and the best of thai interior and exterior design everywhere. beautiful.

only thing to note is the city centre is about 10 minutes walk away but a small price to pay for being at this place. and frankly, a tuk tuk ride costs pennies and takes 4 minutes.

the beauty and tranquility of this place, combined with value for money as well as the incredible hospitality makes this place a firm favourite.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank indrob
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Reviewed July 23, 2010

My wife and I have stayed at this at this hotel at least 10 times in the last 4 years, for a total of 40 nights or more. Every time we return to Chiang Mai we look forward to our time spent at the Tri Yaan Na Ros.This charming hotel has many things to recommend it, but the owner, Mom Sing Sing, and her staff create a welcoming environment that cannot be matched by large hotels. At only 8 rooms, this hotel provides better service than much larger operations. There is overnight staff to greet you at reception if you arrive late, and as you return from evenings out. The beautiful swimming pool is just outside the door of all of the downstairs rooms. I always look forward to returning there after a long hot day out in the city or countryside. The tropical gardens surrounding the rooms create the feel of being far away from the city. The comfortable rooms feature well stocked refrigerators, coffee and tea service, comfy canopy beds, excellent air conditioning, and plenty of hot water.
A succesful blend of traditional Northern style architecture with contemporary details is due to inspired design by the owners' son, a local architect. The hotel is located in the Wua Lai area of Chiang Mai, just a short walk outside of the old city moat. This part of the city was traditionally a silver smithing center, and many home craft workshops still exist in the area. On Saturday evenings, the street in front of the hotel is closed for a walking market, where many of these local products are offered for sale. It is a great evening, spent walking the road with many craft stalls, sampling the street food, shopping for bargains and people watching, then returning to the lovely courtyard at the front of the hotel, where the staff operates a small restaurant during the evening. Bar drinks and small plates are available.
On our latest trip, we took our 2 month old daughter to meet her Thai grandparents and aunts. The hotel owner arranged for a babysitter, and was kind enough to provide another guest room for our daughter to spend the evening, while we went out for dinner.

Breakfast is provided in the morning, in the main house. It is a simple selection of Thai or Western foods, but is not to be missed. Often special dishes are prepared, such as sticky rice with mango, as an extra treat. And, the coffee is excellent!
My wife and I travel extensively, and have stayed at many beautiful hotels throughout Thailand, but Tri Yaan Na Ros remains our favorite home away from home

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled on business
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Reviewed April 4, 2010

Love these places in Chiang Mai. Great position, just outside Old City, and off an evening a 10 minute walk to street food stalls. Rooms small but the huge 4 poster beds take up a lot of room. The owner is especially charming, our safe in room wasn't working and she was so conerned about it, offering us another room till such time it was fixed. Great little pool, good breakfast, and a lovely homely feel to place. An interesting Wat only 5 minutes away and the silver smiths in the road are very interesting. Also a street market in front on Saturday nights. Rooms are adorned witth silks and old wares, as is the whole B & B. Delightful.

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Flybuys
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Reviewed February 24, 2010

very small hotel, quiet and good service. the owner was very nice, served us breakfast every morning sometimes with special fruits and goodies, even remembered our names and gave us a parting gift for our parents. reception was also very nice and helpful.
there's a street market outside the hotel which was convenient, great to see and not noisy at all.
we took some of the hotel bikes to explore the city, the old city is about a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
the beds are hard (which i tend to prefer to soft mushy beds) with springs inside, we put down some towels for more padding and it was perfect. rooms are dimly lit (difficult to read at night) but in a tasteful way, nice huge beds with mosquito nets and enormous bath/shower.
overall a very nice experience!

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank minaflo
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Reviewed January 5, 2010

  • Stayed: January 2010
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