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This luxurious 30 suite boutique Hotel is built around a colonial teak homestead built in 1880s. It is located in a leafy residential enclave a few minutes walk from the historical Wat Gate Temple, Ping River and boutique shopping area. Four stunning suite types range from 70 -135...
We recently stayed 3 nights in top suite. From the moment we arrived the staff treated us very well. Special mention to our butlers Pui and Ray. Both were outstanding. Pui found us perfect restaurant for Bastille Day lunch. Ray unpacked bags
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Without doubt the most beautifully decorated hotel we have ever stayed in. The interior design is stunning. We were given a room with dressing room and two ensuites with a small terrace overlooking the gardens. (we took loads of photos for decorating inspiration back home)....More
Did not stay her, but just visited the bar to have a cocktail. If you want to stay in a peaceful green haven and can afford it this is the place to stay, it has a luxury understated vibe, with beautiful public areas rooms and...More
The hotel was a beautiful oasis in the middle of the city. We were all smiles after our stay! Toto, our butler and front desk contact, was able to extend our stay by text message when our morning excursion took longer than we thought – so...More
We traveled to Chiang Mai and stayed at 137 Pillars with our adult children ... it was the best hotel experience we have ever had. The staff treated us as if we were VIPs ... the rooms were large and absolutely beautiful. We loved the...More
Response from Anne A, General Manager at 137 Pillars House Chiang MaiResponded 1 week ago
It was a pleasure to welcome you to 137 Pillars House and it is our greatest reward to know that you enjoyed your stay.
Thank you for your kind works and we all hope to welcome you back.
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!