Spotlight: Rim Resort in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Allison Sodha

Welcome to Rim Resort in Chiang Mai, Thailand! This boutique hotel - a Sodha Traveler favorite - is located in the Old Quarter near temples, markets, and shopping. Though the exterior architecture is colonial-Lanna style , there is a contemporary elegance in the furnishings and interior design. The property also offers complimentary wifi, a shuttle to the popular Night Bazaar, a rooftop terrace, and poolside bar.

Rim Resort Interior Courtyard and Pool Rim Resort Interior Courtyard and Pool

There are a total of 36 rooms, ranging from Superior to Suites. Take note of the expansive bathrooms - a wonderful and rare feature of Thai hotels. The daily breakfast buffet is substantial and offers a variety of Thai and Continental dishes, as well as made-to-order items. Most notable, however, is the level of service. The Rim Resort truly understands customer satisfaction and will personalize the stay for each traveler. Though often not speaking fluent English, the staff welcomes each guest with warmth and hospitality. Be sure to book early - rooms here can sell out over six months in advance!

Superior Room, Rim Resort Superior Room, Rim Resort

When visiting Chiang Mai, plan a trip to Wat Doi Suthep. Perched on a forested mountain, this most sacred Chiang Mai temple provides a superb view over the city, as well as a wealth of images and frescoes. Then, pass the city's biggest market, Talat Warorod, before visiting Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Sing.

Chiang Mai Night Market Chiang Mai Night Market

 

To learn more about Rim Resort, or other accommodations and activities in Chiang Mai, check out our custom Thailand tours or contact a Sodha Travel Destination Specialist.

Topics: Accommodations, Thailand

Allison Sodha

Written by Allison Sodha

Sodha Travel was born from my desire to share the beauty of India with the world. Since then, our services have extended to other destinations - but our passion remains the same. To me, traveling is a multifaceted relationship: a relationship with other cultures, a relationship with other people, and ultimately a relationship with our own self.