The Best Western Prime Square Hotel in Chiang Mai is a brand new hotel that brings modern midscale comfort to northern Thailand's largest city. Perfectly positioned in the center of Chiang Mai, in a convenient location near Nimman, great for hipster travelers, the hotel is also just a short drive from Chiang Mai International Airport and the cultural attractions of the old walled city.
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A boutique-style hotel, the Best Western Prime Square Hotel features 48 contemporary rooms with international standard amenities, such as flat-screen televisions and complimentary Wi-Fi. When guests are not exploring Chiang Mai's many attractions, they can cool off in the hotel's outdoor swimming pool, work out in the fitness center or din at the Prime Restaurant. There is also a meeting room for up to 8 guests.
Travelers will be able to visit many popular local landmarks, including the old city walls, Wat Chedi Luang Temple, Chiang Mai Night Safari, Sunday Walking Street, night market, Doi Suthep and more, while the MAYA Lifestyle Shopping Center is right on the hotel's doorstep.
For guests seeking stylish and value-for-money boutique accommodation near Nimman, the Best Western Prime Square Hotel is the perfect choice.
0.3 kilometer(s) from Nimmanhaemin Road, Nimman Road and the surrounding side streets are at the heart of the trendiest part of Chiang Mai. It is the most popular commercial and entertainment area in Chiang Mai. The place is alive with fashionable restaurants, cafes, bars, shops and boutique hotels.
3 kilometer(s) from Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium, covers around 200 acres of land and houses over 400 hundred species of animals as well as a large aquarium with over 200 species of marine animals. It is privately operated and includes a large variety of animals. In addition, it provides two large aquariums. It has an aquatic tunnel with a length of 133 meters (436 feet), the world's longest tunnel aquarium. It also has a marine aquarium, which is the largest in Asia.
18 kilometer(s) from Doi Suthep, is a sacred site to many Thai people. The temple is 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) from the city of Chiang Mai. From the temple, impressive views of downtown Chiang Mai can be seen. Overlooking the city from its mountain throne, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of northern Thailand's most sacred temples, and its founding legend is learned by every school kid in Chiang Mai. It is a beautiful example of northern Thai architecture, reached via a 306 step staircase flanked by naga(serpents); the climb is intended to help devotees accrue Buddhist merit.
28 kilometer(s) from Doi Pui Tribal Village and National Park, situated at the top of Doi Suthep. It is home of the Hmong Hill Tribe, one of six major Hill Tribes in Thailand. This Hmong Tribal Village is a big village consisting of a museum, beautiful garden, houses and souvenir shops. A long history of the Hmong people is very interesting. This is worth coming so far to visit.
0.4 kilometer(s) from Mix Restaurant and Bar, brasserie, Continental, open for: dinner
1 kilometer(s) from Beer Lab, pub, Continental, open for: dinner
Prime Dining, on premises, buffet, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
3 kilometer(s) from Chiang Mai University, CMU is a public research university in northern Thailand. It has a strong emphasis on engineering, science, agriculture, and medicine. Its instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, professional and continuing education offered through resident instruction. Its main campus lies between Chiang Mai downtown and Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai. The university was the first institution of higher education in northern Thailand,
3 kilometer(s) from Rajabhat University, a university in the north of Thailand under the Royal Thai Ministry of Education. The university was founded in 1924 as an agricultural teacher training college. In 1948, it became Chiang Mai Teachers College and offered majors in a variety of subjects. On 14 February 1982, the year of King Rama IX's sixtieth birthday, the king proclaimed Thailand's 36 teacher's colleges to be Rajabhat Institutes. They then began offering majors.
25 kilometer(s) from Mae Rim, a small town packed with tourist attractions just north of Chiang Mai. While Mar Rim town consists of one long busy road, there are lots of unseen restaurants and activities.
18 kilometer(s) from Hang Dong, about 15 kilometers south of Chiang Mai on Route 108, the village of Hang Dong built its fortune on the production and sale of furniture, woodcarving, antiques (both real and imitation) and handicrafts.
0.3 kilometer(s) from MAYA Lifestyle Shopping Center, is a world-class shopping mall and urban lifestyle hub in the Nimmanhaemin District of Chiang Mai. From the moment you see the mammoth size and futuristic look of the mall, it's clear there is nothing else like it in the city. Owned and operated by the famous MBK group, this shopping mall is more like those found in the mega-metropolises of Bangkok or Singapore, with six floors of fashion, tech-gadgets, health and beauty, banking, restaurants, and entertainment.
2 kilometer(s) from Central Kad Suan Kaew, is the oldest of the shopping malls in Chiang Mai, but has a variety of shops, restaurants, discount stores and electronics stalls. While there are not many brand name shops, it does offer many export shops (popular brand clothing with the labels cut out) and a western style supermarket, Tops, which stocks bread, cheese, alcohol and many other imported items. The basement floor has a small, simple food court and a few mobile phone shops.
5 kilometer(s) from Centralfestival Chiang Mai, is the first full-scale lifestyle shopping center and forms part of a triad of new glitzy malls that have recently opened in Chiang Mai. Festival, or Fest as it's known to locals, is perhaps unique in that it offers a shopping experience replete with numerous British brand name shops that you can't find elsewhere in Chiang Mai, as well as arguably the most uber-modern facilities in town.
10 kilometer(s) from Promenada Chiang Mai, is an open-air resort-style shopping mall with a tropical park and leafy terraces. The project is built on 92,800 square meters of land, designed to give a close-to-nature feel. Here you can find many international brand; such as, Uniqlo, Vans, and Crocs, and Young Fashion Designers Pop Up Store dedicated to popular Thai brands such as Kemissara, Mind Millinerary, Rudimentary, and Rotsaniyom.
4 kilometer(s) from Chiang Mai International Airport