My sister and I were so fortunate to be able to spend 13 nights at the Rachamankha. Not only is the hotel exquisite; the architecture, influenced by the ancient Lanna dynasty, the interior gardens, the library, the pool, the antiques and well appointed rooms, all lend to envelop one in a feeling of serenity. In the "al fresco" dining room, warmed by the glow of a wood burning fire for chilly mornings or evenings, we were treated to the soft renderings of musicians playing traditional Thai music at night. The indoor dining room was equally beautiful with the same wonderful menu selections and fabulously prepared food. The staff and the manager, Paul Walker, go above and beyond to see to the comfort and special needs of each guest. Having had a minor bump in our travel company arrangements, Mr. Paul Walker seamlessly handled the situation for us and provided the reassurance needed so that we were able to continue our travel without worry. We cannot thank him and the entire staff of the Rachamankha enough for making our vacation in Chiang Mai truly memorable.
Angela and Jean from Pennsylvania
The town of Chiang Mai, known as ‘the Rose of the North’, is the setting for a gem of Asian hospitality. Designed by Mr …More