Tarin Hotel3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel is situated next to the end of highway 11. It sounds unattractive but in reality it is okay. It is not far from the old city. A tuk tuk to the night bazaar costs around 150 baht. Near the hotel are lots of bars and restaurants. We booked via agoda.com. 34 Euro per night for a deluxe room. Although the hotel could do with a makeover it is adequate. The rooms are big. The breakfast is great. There is also a little swimmingpool. Staff is friendly.
This is a very pleasant hotel for a budget traveler. Members of the staff are polite and efficient. Bedroom and dining room are comfortable and clean. Security is good. Food stalls and shopping centers are accessible on foot. The price I paid is a real bargain for two single beds, small refrigerator in the room, inclusive of breakfast, airport pick-up and transfer. The room where I stayed had faulty taps and insufficient hangers. I didn't bother to complain because I felt that those didn't really bother me.
This is a simple & basic hotel . The location is excellent . Just 5 minutes walk to Maya shopping mall & cross the junction is the Nimmanhaemin Rd where the new happening area . Also just 10 minutes drive to Central festival shopping mall & the most important is from the junction turn left is the way to Doi Suthep . The plus points are the power shower , the supportive bed & the breakfast . The minus points are the dinosaur type TV is still in used with the poor signal reception . Overall you get for the price that you pay .
Really tired hotel. Run down. About the only good thing was the water pressure - very good. And it's close to the airport, but that's it. Desperately needs renovation. Even the beds were old and well used.
Excellent for the rate I paid. Breakfast was great. Room, bed, and amenities are up to standard. Lobby bar pianist was a talented entertainer. The General Manager is always around. See you again next month!!!
Got a room at the 6't floor. Nothing special, the view from the room was a construction site, but no matter. At a price of 1100 bath breakfast included, no complaints Staff very helpful and polite all round. A nice supply of towels and the wash basin even had hot water. The plumbing for the shower / bath tube were a little shaky, but after a call a service person arrived after 5 minutes and fixed the problem. But the piping could have done with a good work over. I missed a few thing's in the room. 1: A water boiler for coffee were sorely missed. 2: Another thing were outlets for power. One outlet in the bathroom, and one in the main room, and that one were already in use by television and refrigerator. 3: I would have liked the possibility to open a small window. Wifi had a tendency to loose connection, but usually connected again after a short time. The breakfast was not for me. It may be that it is geared toward the Chinese guests that the hotel had many of. What I was most happy with was the attitude of the staff. Very nice and helpful people. I'm not a regular in this city, but I would use this hotel again.
Hot off the press - phone call from a very unhappy husband who has the misfortune to be staying in this hostel. His VIP suite is dirty, old and well past it's use-by date. No crisp white linen nor fresh towels and so he is not looking forward to either a shower or getting a good nights sleep. I find this hard to believe, but he said there is not one single power point in the room! Each to their own, some reviewers have been happy. If you are on a budget and content with one notch up from back-packers then give it a go, otherwise give it a miss.
Having failed to make a booking at other CM hotels earlier, Tarin was our only option. The Junior Suite room was nice but dated and room 202 at the front is noisy near the road, I think they use tissue paper for windows, no sound proofing at all. We were charged an exorbitant amount which was for the "compulsory NY dinner"(nothing about that in the booking in AsiaRooms) that we had no intention of going to. Now the plumbing, no hot water in the mornings and evenings, their exude, too many people in hotel. If your system cannot cope with a full house then time to fix it. Then the noise, hi pitch noise at around 2 AM most mornings, enough to wake the dead from sleep, their excuse, "it goes away soon"…news for them, it didn't go away. Basically I got the feeling that the management does not give a damn about what your issues are. Well Tarin management, here is my report on your service to the world, for what you were charging over the NY period, it is definitely not value for money. Would not recommend you to anyone at anytime.
We are stay here tor 2 nights and we have workshop at chiangmai really enjoy the moment. Overall,nice and clean hotel. Value for money,well staff and great service. My room had large window and can see Doi Sothep very beautiful. Breakfast was variety and lots of delicious street food are behind the hotel
We stayed for 3nights on 11-13 October 2013 .Tarin Hotel was an experience,Chiang Mai also is lovely. The junioe Suite and room were in a beautiful condition,with small things such as a daily English newspaper left after the room was serviced.The decor might be a bit much for some,but we found it vibrant and fun.The restaurant served quality food for breakfast and the dinner that we enjoyed as well.All the staff were exceptional ambassadors to the service mind as well
- Walking distance to Chiang Mai National Museum
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Chang Phueak within a short walk of Chiang Mai National Museum, Tarin Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Chiang Mai Zoo. This 170-room, 3.5-star hotel has conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center and Wat Chiang Man are also nearby.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.
All 170 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, free bottled water, and desks. TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers.
Guests of Tarin Hotel have access to an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free airport shuttle at scheduled times. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
37% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 59 reviews