About Tamarind Village
Tamarind Village is a chic and charming accommodation in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This 4-star hotel gets its name from the 200-year-old tree that shelters the property and offers guests an outdoor pool and a peaceful spa with many treatments on offer. Rooms are decorated with tribal patterns so Tamarind Village, like Chiang Mai itself, can celebrate the ethnic diversity of Northern Thailand. Amenities here are up to date and Tamarind Village has both indoor and outdoor dining options, and can organise activities like cooking classes, umbrella painting, or jungle walks. Tamarind Village is a short stroll from Chiang Mai’s famous night markets and guests are surrounded by ancient temples.
Tamarind Village is an upscale and secluded accommodation in ethereal Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is a beautiful town in the north of Thailand with simple, DIY-style buildings that are adorned with flowers and handmade crafts. Surrounded by mountains, this city used to be a capital of the Lanna Kingdom, and the old town with its walls and moats is worth a visit. Boutiques, hand-made art, and the local park where strangers practice yoga, music, and dance together all summarise Chiang Mai’s charm and the city is famous for its elephant sanctuaries. Tamarind Village is a 30-minute drive from Chiang Man airport.
Tamarind Village maintains 41 guest Rooms and five Suites. Rooms are all as intimate and cosy as the hotel and wooden floors and fabric decorations make the room feel homely. Room option standard double rooms, with garden views, or deluxe doubles, with extra space and a balcony area. For families or larger groups, the suites have a living area space and have both a shower and a bath tub for convenience. Tamarind Village’s most lavish room is the spa suite, next to the spa and with its own furnished sun terrace. All rooms have Wi-Fi, air con, and TV as standard.
Food and Drink
Tamarind Village has an in-house restaurant called Ruen Tamarind and serves a variety of mouthwatering international dishes and an extensive menu of authentic northern Thai dishes, influenced by many different cultures over the years. Younger guests will find familiar foods on the internationals menus and special dietary requirements can be catered for upon request. Tamarind Village offers both indoor and outdoor dining and serves afternoon tea by the pool for those craving something sweet. Outside of the hotel guests will find a menagerie of foods; from street vendors at makeshift stalls, to casual cafes, to high end fine dining.
Sports, Games and Entertainment
Tamarind Village has an outdoor pool and ample seating area for guests to relax peacefully and sun up the sun. For those looking to truly unwind The Village Spa offers incredible treatments including traditional Thai massage. Tamarind Village organises classes like cooking, or arts and crafts, and the on-site boutique is worth a browse to find that special souvenir. Outside of the hotel is plenty to explore; temples and monuments tell of the town’s history, the bustle of the night markets is not to be missed, and the Chiang Mai Grand Canyon is a breathtaking spot where visitors can swim.
Pets are not allowed
Cards accepted: American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard
Distance to Wat Pan Tao: 0.2 miles
Distance to Three Kings Monument: 0.2 miles
Distance to City Art & Cultural Centre: 0.2 miles
Distance to Chedi Luang Temple: 0.3 miles
Distance to The Pae Gate: 0.3 miles
Distance to Chiang Man Gate: 0.5 miles
Distance to Chang Puak Gate: 0.6 miles
Distance to Wat Phra Singh: 0.6 miles
Distance to Chiang Mai Night Bazaar: 0.7 miles
Distance to Nimman Haemin: 1.7 miles