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My boyfriend and I stayed for 3 nights. It was an excellent experience! The staff were very friendly and helpful. They suggested splendid restaurants which we greatly enjoyed! We were interested in joining day tours, and the staff at the hotel were resourceful and provided...More
My husband, 18-year old daughter and I stayed at 137 Pillars for two nights in May. Our room was very well-appointed and comfortable. We ate at the restaurant and found it delicious. The staff went out of their way to ensure that everything was as...More
What a beautiful place
Located near the in wall city
Settled on an beautiful and peaceful garden the 137 pillars is one of the best adress in Town
The rooms are comfortable and nice decorated
The ambiance and so cozy and smooth
The food is...More
Pillars 137 was a luxurious dream in Chiang Mai. Across the river from the main city, the hotel is a lush garden oasis - highlighted by the show-stopping pool. The rooms are large and comfortable, with beautiful touches like a free standing tub, outdoor shower,...More
On the 13 Apr, I visited the restaurant for the afternoon tea. I ordered a set of afternoon tea and mango stricky rice. The quality of food very very very poor. Tea have been served without knowledge of making tea. Food in the set was...More
Response from Anne A, General Manager at 137 Pillars House Chiang MaiResponded 1 week ago
Please accept our apologies for your 'less than ideal' afternoon tea. I have checked with our service team and understand that the iced tea was initially too sweet and was changed.
I am sincerely sorry that we missed the opportunity to correct any...More
We tipped housekeeping daily (since who makes up your room could change each day) - don't remember how much ($5?), but guidance was provided beforehand by our travel agent. Didn't think we'd have any use for a butler, and... More
We tipped housekeeping daily (since who makes up your room could change each day) - don't remember how much ($5?), but guidance was provided beforehand by our travel agent. Didn't think we'd have any use for a butler, and hardly used the one provided @ the Intercontinental in Danang, but "Toto" was so wonderful that we wrote to his manager to commend him after we returned (& left him a very good tip). He would appear w/things we didn't know we needed (i.e., a bag of supplies to take to the Elephant Sanctuary) & actually enrolled us in the airlines' frequent flyer program so that we wouldn't incur excess weight charges! If you are lucky enough to have him, give him our very best (Tom & Delene from San Francisco). LOVED Chiang Mai & 137 Pillars!