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Lavana Hotel Chiang mai

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Lavana Hotel
Chiang mai

Conveniently located in Chiang Mai Old City, Rachadamnoen Road is just steps to famous Sunday Walking Street and close to Wat Phra Singh.

Lavana Hotel Chiangmai employs unique design mixed Lanna Thai style architecture, offers spacious rooms fitted with wooden furniture. The outdoor Salt Water Pool for indulgent relaxation. Free WiFi is accessible in all areas.

All rooms at this property feature an air conditioning, flat-screen TV and comfortable seating area. The private bathroom comes with a bathtub and complimentary amenities. Free minibar on arrival, Slippers and bathrobes are provided for guests comfort.

Khamfu Restaurant serves Thai Fusion dishes by Michelin Star Chef, while drinks can be enjoyed at the open-air bar.

Friendly staff are 24-hour available at the front desk to assist all guests.

The property is very close to several well-known attractions like Wat Chedi Luang and the Three Kings Monument are a 10 minute walk away. It is a 15 minute drive from the Chiang Mai International Airport.

Lavana Hotel Chiangmai is a great choice for travelers interested in shopping, night markets and street markets.

Location :

98/2 Rachadamnoen Road, Si Phum, Muang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200 Thailand

Landmark :

This hotel is located in Chiang Mai (Old City), close to Wat Phra Singh, Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center, Three Kings Monument. Also nearby are Chiang Mai National Museum and Wat Chedi Luang.

Room :

Lavana Deluxe (Twin Bed), Lavana Deluxe (Single Bed), Lavana Suite

Services :

Free WiFi, Free breakfast, Daily housekeeping, 24 hour front desk, Bar/lounge, Coffee shop or café, Free airport transportation

Hilight :

Outdoor Swimming pool, Restaurant by Michelin Star Chef, Smoke-free property

Transport :

Airport transportation is offered on request, 15 minute drive from Chiang Mai International Airport, 20 minute drive from Chiang Mai Bus Terminal.

Khamfu Restaurant, Thai fusion dishes

Attraction Nearby

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is the most important temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Built in the early 19th Buddhist century, the beauty of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is marked by seven-headed serpent statues that line the stairs to the temple where a Chiang Saen style golden pagoda and all its exquisite Lanna architecture is situated. The view of Chiang Mai from here is just phenomenal as well.

The temple can be reached by road from Chiang Mai. From the car park at the temple's base visitors can climb 309 steps to reach the pagodas or take a tram. It is also a great spot to take pictures.

How to get there

About 40 minutes drive away from our hotel.

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is located on Tambon Suthep. The temple is 14 kilometers away from the center of Chiang Mai.

If you travel by car, take the Huai Kaew road - Chiang Mai University - Chiang Mai Zoo road and you will see the way to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep signposted.

Wat Chedi Luang
Wat Chedi Luang

The temple of the huge stupa. One of the highlights most important temples in Chiang Mai.

Wat Chedi Luang temple is home to Chiang Mai’s largest Buddhist chedi. The construction of the ordinal chedi was completed in 1475 during the reign of King Mengrai built featuring about 85 m high and had a base diameter of 44 m, at that time the largest structure of Chiang Mai. But the current Chedi Luang is an restoration according to the deconstruction of the chedi in 1545 due to an earthquake. The ordination hall located in the front is also an example of beautiful Lanna architecture with its serpents are probably one of the most remembered elements.

How to get there

About 3 minutes drive away from our hotel.

Wat Chedi Luang is located on Phra Pok Klao road, just south of Rachadamnoen road and close to the center of the old walled part of Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center
Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center

Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center stands on the location of the former royal hall. Built in 1924 with elegant architectural design.

The Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center was created to help local people understand the city's historical importance. It was also created to help them understand their roots and foster a sense of pride in local identity, and thus to help preserve the beauty of local customs and culture. In addition, the center contributes to conversational tourism by preserving the heritage of the old city center and giving visitors the opportunity to know and understand the city of Chiang Mai.

The permanent exhibitions are thematically divided into periods and topics which are shown in 15 rooms. They show the development of the region and the city from pre-history to its rise and decline as an independent capital. the city's history is illustrated up until present times.

The system of administration, way of life, local wisdom and the culture that have created the city's proud identity are presented using a variety of media. Model, pictures with text explanations, digital video presentations and graphic displays will impress visitors and help them understand the origins of the city.

How to get there

About 3 minutes drive away from our hotel.

Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center is located on Phra Pok Klao road, just north of Rachadamnoen road and right behind the Three Kings Monument.

Wat Phra Singh
Wat Phra Singh

Wat Phra Singh is the second most famous in Chiang Mai after Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.

Wihan Lai Kham is the main attraction of the complex. It was built in 1345 and renovated in the early 19th century to house the Phra Buddha Singh statue is most sacred, Chiang Sean-style Buddha image and it is a prime example of classical Lanna architecture. The murals of the wihan are also highly remarkable. The murals on the left show the history of Songthong and on the right the history of Suwanna Hongse. The round pillars and the wall behind the Buddhas are decorated in red and gold patterns.

How to get there

Wat Phra Singh is located on the western end of Rachadamnoen road, which is just a short walk away in 1 minute from our hotel.

Wat Sri Suphan
Wat Sri Suphan

The world's first silver chapel, is one of the unseen temples in Chiang Mai.

It was built in the reign of King Mueang Kaeo of Mangrai dynasty in 1500 by consecration of Phrachao Ched Tue or Phra Phutthapatihan Buddha image. The later construction of the ordination hall and Phra Wihan Borommathai Chedi took place in 1509, when the ceremonial site of the hall was established together with the re-establishment of the Buddha image. However, the old structure is now replaced by the silver ordination hall due to dilapidation. The architecture is built in Lanna style of masonry and the aluminum and silver decoration over delicate carving. This three-dimension art portrays stories of Buddhism, dharma puzzles, and the history of the temple with purposes not only to preserve the religion, conserve the local wisdom of silverware, but also to boast the pride of Lanna kingdom for generations to come.

How to get there

About 8 minutes drive away from our hotel.

Wat Si Suphan is located on Wualai road and close to the Wualai Street Market (Saturday Walking Street).

Tree Kings Monument
Three Kings Monument

Three bronze statues of kings in 14th century costumes, the iconic representing Chiang Mai.

Monument of Kings Mengrai of Lan Na, Ngam Mueang of Phayao and Ram Khamhaeng of Sukhothai, commemorating their pact of mutual defense in 1287

The monument was constructed in memory of the alliance of three northern Thai-Lao kings who conceived of the idea of the city of Chiang Mai. King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai and other two kings who worked together to build the city. The sculpture has become something of an iconic image representing Chiang Mai.

How to get there

About 3 minutes drive away from our hotel.

Three Kings Monument is located on Phra Pok Klao road, just north of Rachadamnoen road and in front of the Chiang Mai City Arts and Cultural Center.