"A secret sanctuary in the heart of historic Chiang Mai."
Tamarind Village is a unique and charming boutique property that nestles in the heart of historic Chiang Mai. Surrounded by ancient temples and quaint shopping streets, it takes its name from magnificent 200 years old tamarind tree that shelters the hotel in a shady embrace.
Tamarind Village's 42 rooms and 3 suites are situated around a series of flower-filled courtyards, giving each room a sense of relaxed space. Decorated with simple yet elegant touches, the interiors draw on contemporary design for the runners, throw rugs and accessories and contrast the bold visual patterns of hill tribe fabrics against white bedding and polished concrete floors to striking effect. All rooms feature modern, fully equipped bathrooms and offer guests a sense of style and place that is in perfect keeping with the hotel’s location at the very heart of Chiang Mai’s old city.
Tamarind Village offers warm, northern style hospitality in a stylish setting at the heart of the old city of Chiang Mai. Hotel facilities include The Village Spa - a full service relaxation spa with six treatment room - and all-day dining at Ruen Tamarind restaurant which features a variety of northern Thai, classic Thai and international dishes for you to choose from. Guests can also dine poolside or enjoy our in room dining service daily until 22:00hrs. The Tamarind Boutique, located just next to the reception area, offers a unique selection of design items, jewelry, clothing and artifacts sourced from around the region.
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Enjoy a variety of mouthwatering Thai and international dishes in the stylish setting of Ruen Tamarind. Dine indoors or outdoors on the pool terrace and take in the ambiance of this cozy café-style restaurant. The restaurant's 'Top Ten Signature menu' offers a focused approach to dining at Ruen Tamarind with ten featured highlights; dishes drawn from the chef's own personal recipes and a number of the restaurant's most popular favourites that visitor must try. Tamarind Village also boasts a selection of authentic Northern Thai dishes with their ‘Kong Gin Baan Hao’ menu such as 'nam prik noom' a green chili dipping sauce, 'gaeng hang lay' a mild pork and ginger curry and 'Yum Sanut' a vegetable salad tossed in a tangy, chili dressing, ensuring diners always have something new to taste and discover when they visit.
Chiang Mai has a very hot climate, with temperatures close to and above 30°C almost all year round. There are three main seasons - from the end of October through to February it is the 'cool' season, but temperatures still remain above 20°C on average. This is the most preferable time to visit the city, as the heat will not be overwhelming when exploring the region. The temperature then peaks sharply from March to May, and days are long and sunny during this period. From June on to late October you should expect frequent rain and thunder showers, although temperatures remain high.
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"This beautiful Thai region boasts curious hill tribes and sprawling temple complexes which are perfect for adventuring."
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