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Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai

Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai

3 Stars

184 Changklan Road Chiang Mai 50100


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Rating
Cleanliness 2
Facilities 2
Service 1
Location 3
Pricing 1
Overall 1.8
Whether travelling for business or pleasure, Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai provides quality accommodation and professional services for travellers in Thailand. The Three Kings Monument, Doi Suthep and Buak Hart Park are some of the notable landmarks.

Location
Located in the city of Chiang Mai on Changklan Road, Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel is within easy reach to Night Bazaar. Other places of interests include Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Centre, Tha Pae Gate and Wat Chiang Man.

Rooms
Each of the 205 accommodation units that include deluxe rooms and suites are well equipped with modern amenities such as air conditioner, refrigerator, private bathroom and a colour TV.

Restaurant
The onsite Chinese Restaurant at Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel in Chiang Mai serves Chinese cuisine as well as Cantonese dishes. Guests can also relax at the cafe with Thai, Chinese, European and Northern Thai dishes as well as sip on various cocktails at the lobby bar.

General
Business guests at Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai can utilise the conference room to host meetings, seminars, reunions and wedding reception. Popular places of interest of Chiang Mai are Mae Sa Waterfall, Central Airport Plaza and Baan Tawai.

Hotel Facilities

  • Banquet Facilities
  • Conference Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe
  • Lobby
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerator
  • Colour TV
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom

Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Guest Reviews (10)


Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai
1 out of 5

I'm not in the habit of giving a cheap place a poor review because as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. On this case I'll make an exception. This hotel is cheap, but is still probably overpriced. The rooms are dated and poorly equipped and the entire hotel has a dirty/musty smell about it. They offer free wifi in the rooms however we were unable to get a reliable wifi signal from our room on any of our wireless devices. My partner ordered room service one afternoon and it was absolutely disgusting. The spring rolls were ice cold and the "Thai stir-fried noodles" resembled a plate of grey slop. None of the vegetables or other parts of the dish were even recognisable and it looked as though it had been microwaved and refrigerated multiple times. The staff also seem to be opposed to cleaning. Our room included breakfast daily but each morning we struggled to find a place to sit and eat. The restaurant is quite large but once breakfast begins serving the staff do not clear tables after guests have left until breakfast stops serving at 10am. By 9am the entire restaurant is a mess of dirty tables, plates and half eaten food and most mornings we had to clear a table ourselves just so that we could sit down. Cheap hotel or not, these sorts of things are unacceptable in my eyes and I definitely won't be returning to this hotel.

MatthewG wrote on January 24, 2012


Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai
1 out of 5

I'm not in the habit of giving a cheap place a poor review because as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. On this case I'll make an exception. This hotel is cheap, but is still probably overpriced. The rooms are dated and poorly equipped and the entire hotel has a dirty/musty smell about it. They offer free wifi in the rooms however we were unable to get a reliable wifi signal from our room on any of our wireless devices. My partner ordered room service one afternoon and it was absolutely disgusting. The spring rolls were ice cold and the "Thai stir-fried noodles" resembled a plate of grey slop. None of the vegetables or other parts of the dish were even recognisable and it looked as though it had been microwaved and refrigerated multiple times. The staff also seem to be opposed to cleaning. Our room included breakfast daily but each morning we struggled to find a place to sit and eat. The restaurant is quite large but once breakfast begins serving the staff do not clear tables after guests have left until breakfast stops serving at 10am. By 9am the entire restaurant is a mess of dirty tables, plates and half eaten food and most mornings we had to clear a table ourselves just so that we could sit down. Cheap hotel or not, these sorts of things are unacceptable in my eyes and I definitely won't be returning to this hotel.

MatthewG wrote on January 24, 2012


Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai
3.6 out of 5

Staff are very friendly and helpful.

Anonymous wrote on May 5, 2009


Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai
4.6 out of 5

The standard of service was excellent both at the front desk and the Coffee Shop. We did not use the restaurant. The rooms were serviced with clean sheets and towels every day, housekeeping did a great job. A kettle and toaster in the room would be appreciated, although the breakfast in the Coffee Shop which was excellent compensated to some degree.

Ted Ambery wrote on April 20, 2009


Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai
3.2 out of 5

Highrise tower not in centre but a quick tuk tuk ride to central Chiang Mai and night market. Breakfasts very good. Small pool but adequate in hot days. Rooms well equipped. Ensure you have your own power appliance adaptor!

Gerard Friel wrote on February 26, 2007


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall1.8 out of 5
Cleanliness2 out of 5
Facilities2 out of 5
Service1 out of 5
Location3 out of 5
Pricing1 out of 5

Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Guest Reviews

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1 out of 5

I'm not in the habit of giving a cheap place a poor review because as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. On this case I'll make an exception. This hotel is cheap, but is still probably overpriced. The rooms are dated and poorly equipped and the entire hotel has a dirty/musty smell about it. They offer free wifi in the rooms however we were unable to get a reliable wifi signal from our room on any of our wireless devices. My partner ordered room service one afternoon and it was absolutely disgusting. The spring rolls were ice cold and the "Thai stir-fried noodles" resembled a plate of grey slop. None of the vegetables or other parts of the dish were even recognisable and it looked as though it had been microwaved and refrigerated multiple times. The staff also seem to be opposed to cleaning. Our room included breakfast daily but each morning we struggled to find a place to sit and eat. The restaurant is quite large but once breakfast begins serving the staff do not clear tables after guests have left until breakfast stops serving at 10am. By 9am the entire restaurant is a mess of dirty tables, plates and half eaten food and most mornings we had to clear a table ourselves just so that we could sit down. Cheap hotel or not, these sorts of things are unacceptable in my eyes and I definitely won't be returning to this hotel.

Review by: MatthewG
Date stayed January 24, 2012

1 out of 5

I'm not in the habit of giving a cheap place a poor review because as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. On this case I'll make an exception. This hotel is cheap, but is still probably overpriced. The rooms are dated and poorly equipped and the entire hotel has a dirty/musty smell about it. They offer free wifi in the rooms however we were unable to get a reliable wifi signal from our room on any of our wireless devices. My partner ordered room service one afternoon and it was absolutely disgusting. The spring rolls were ice cold and the "Thai stir-fried noodles" resembled a plate of grey slop. None of the vegetables or other parts of the dish were even recognisable and it looked as though it had been microwaved and refrigerated multiple times. The staff also seem to be opposed to cleaning. Our room included breakfast daily but each morning we struggled to find a place to sit and eat. The restaurant is quite large but once breakfast begins serving the staff do not clear tables after guests have left until breakfast stops serving at 10am. By 9am the entire restaurant is a mess of dirty tables, plates and half eaten food and most mornings we had to clear a table ourselves just so that we could sit down. Cheap hotel or not, these sorts of things are unacceptable in my eyes and I definitely won't be returning to this hotel.

Review by: MatthewG
Date stayed January 24, 2012

3.6 out of 5

Staff are very friendly and helpful.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 5, 2009

4.6 out of 5

The standard of service was excellent both at the front desk and the Coffee Shop. We did not use the restaurant. The rooms were serviced with clean sheets and towels every day, housekeeping did a great job. A kettle and toaster in the room would be appreciated, although the breakfast in the Coffee Shop which was excellent compensated to some degree.

Review by: Ted Ambery
Date stayed April 20, 2009

3.2 out of 5

Highrise tower not in centre but a quick tuk tuk ride to central Chiang Mai and night market. Breakfasts very good. Small pool but adequate in hot days. Rooms well equipped. Ensure you have your own power appliance adaptor!

Review by: Gerard Friel
Date stayed February 26, 2007

3 out of 5

Stayed at Lanna Palace 2004 for 2 nights last week. We booked the Junior Suite (3 adults & 1 child) and added an extra bed. The grouse with Lanna Palace -the facilities were quite run down for a 2 year old hotel (Im assuming it opened in '04). The tap was wobbly and rusty (I cringed whenever I had to wash my face), the showerhead was definitely rusty (I tried to look everywhere but up) and the flush was not working well. Showering was a hurried affair as we could not bear to be in the bathroom for too long. Location-wise, I was rather glad that Lanna Palace was not right smack in the Night Bazaar like Royal Princess and a few others that were. It is of a walkable distance to the Night Bazaar (around 12-15 mins) or one can always tuk-tuk or songthaew it there. verdict-if I visit Chiang Mai again, and all the rest of the hotels were fully-booked, I would stay at Lanna Palace again. If not, the hotel we stayed at on our 3rd & last night in Chiang Mai definitely gets my vote.

Review by: Hwee Min Lee
Date stayed December 18, 2006

3.6 out of 5

Walking distance from the hotel to the night bazaar is a bit far but easier to get a taxi from night bazaar to the hotel. The buffet breakfast is more suitable for westerners than asians. Therefore, there is not much choice for us to choose.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 15, 2006

3.8 out of 5

Excellent value for money. They are undergoing renovations at the moment however ever everything works. Very good restaraunt on the top floor. Nice breakfasts.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed June 14, 2006

4.6 out of 5

We enjoy our stay in Lanna Palace. A varied breakfast, close to center (10 minute walk), free shuttle bus from airport to the hotel, back to airport you will be charged.

Review by: SOLOMONOV NISSIM
Date stayed January 14, 2006

4.2 out of 5

Staff were friendly. Conveniently located with two courtesy evening trips to the Night Bazaar.

Review by: Ashley Castellino
Date stayed January 25, 2005

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Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Exterior
Exterior
Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Café
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Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Superior room
Superior Room
Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Lobby
Lobby
Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Twin room
Twin Room
Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Restaurant
Restaurant
Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel Chiang Mai Exterior
Exterior
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