Tamarind Village | Thailand | If Only

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Situated in the heart of the old city of Chiang Mai, Tamarind Village’s strong sense of place and identity reflects its northern Thai setting and the simple beauty of the local Lanna culture. Each week, Chiang Mai’s famous ‘Sunday Walking Street’ takes place just in front of the hotel’s entrance.

Set back from the main road, a cooling bamboo archway lines the pathway to the entrance of this intimate, serene and relaxing oasis of calm and tranquillity.

Whitewashed walls, dark timber beams, a series of garden courtyards and clay roof tiles that are typical old-style elements of the region blend with modern polished concrete floors and high, airy ceilings to strike a balance between past and present.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 45 rooms



Rooms and suites are situated around a series of flower-filled courtyards, giving each room a sense of relaxed space. Decorated with simple and elegant touches, the interiors draw on contemporary design for the runners, throw rugs and accessories and have bold visual patterns of hill tribe fabrics against white bedding and polished concrete floors.

All rooms feature modern, fully equipped bathrooms and offer guests a sense of style and place that is in keeping with the hotel’s location at the very heart of the city. Rooms offer garden and courtyard views, while the Deluxe rooms feature a small balcony or terrace.

Situated next to The Village Spa, The Spa Suite is Tamarind Village’s most lavish offering with spacious accommodation and a large private terrace and sun beds for relaxing outdoors. Stylish decoration, a marble bath with separate tub and an outdoor shower are just a few of the suite’s special features.



Thai and international dishes are served in the stylish setting of Ruen Tamarind. Dine indoors, or outdoors on the pool terrace and take in the ambiance of this cosy café-style restaurant. The restaurant's 'Top Ten Signature Menu' offers a focused approach with dishes drawn from the chef's personal recipes and from a number of the restaurant's most popular favourites.

Tamarind Village also boasts a selection of authentic Northern Thai dishes, ensuring diners always have something new to discover. The hotel is also renowned for its afternoon tea menu which features sweet and savoury dishes complimented by a wide selection of coffees and teas.



The swimming pool provides a cooling haven after a day’s sightseeing in Chaing Mai.

Soak in some local culture with the hotel's complimentary daily walking tour of the area’s historic sites with the opportunity to join in the offering of alms to the Buddhist monks at a neighbouring temple. In addition, other cultural activities are available on a daily basis, including umbrella painting, flower garland weaving and a hill tribe weaving demonstration.

The hotel’s travel desk can arrange half and full day tours to some of the area’s most interesting sites, while the Tamarind Boutique's selection has the best of contemporary design alongside a range of northern Thai artefacts, with the emphasis on hard to find items and the work of many of Thailand's up and coming designers.


The Village Spa is a sanctuary where guests can relax and be pampered in privacy and tranquillity. Using only the finest herbal preparations drawn from the Lanna Thai heritage of natural healing, highly trained therapists ease away all the stresses and strains of modern life, restoring balance and harmony and a wonderful sense of health, vitality and wellbeing.

Six treatment rooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom, are decorated simply yet elegantly decorated. The Village Spa’s extensive treatment menu includes a range of massage therapies, facials, scrubs and wraps as well as carefully-chosen packages to rejuvenate and refresh.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Chiang Mai International Airport


Approximately 15 minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport


Late December to April has great weather, little rain, and lots of sun. From May to September there’s still plenty of sun but also some rain – usually brief showers in the afternoon or at night. October and November are the rainiest months but are often interspersed with sunny days. The cool season is from November to February, when daytime temperatures reach a comfortable 25° C, but nights and early mornings can be cool (10°-15°C). Things heat up from March to June when temperatures won't drop below 25°C (even at night) - and the right time for Songkran, the water festival also called Thai New Year. This is when evening thunderstorms are most common. This is also when the northern haze from planned forest burning occurs, usually starting late February or early March for a few weeks. The rainy season (more romantically called the green season) is from July to October. It's the time to see the region's rivers and waterfalls are at their best. It rains at any time, day and night fr



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