Tamarind Village

Tamarind Village

Tamarind Village is a charming boutique hotel, tucked away in a quiet spot at the heart of the historic Thai city of Chiang Mai. The hotel’s name is derived from an ancient tamarind tree that provides the property with shelter and shade. A series of courtyards create the tranquil setting for the hotel’s range of guest rooms and suites, and Tamarind Village is surrounded by ancient temples and shopping streets abundant in local character.


Diverse interior design

The interior design of Tamarind Village reflects the rich diversity of the Chiang Mai region. Local textiles are decorated with patterns from the area’s hill tribes, which bring a splash of colour to an otherwise neutral palette of soft creams and rich brown woods. Guests can choose from Lanna Rooms, Lanna Deluxe Rooms and Lanna Suites, and each offers a comfortable retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. Deluxe rooms are even more spacious and feature their own balcony or terrace with garden views, while suites have separate sitting rooms and vast marble bathrooms with twin washbasins, shower and bathtub.

Tamarind Thai style

Tamarind Village offers warm, typically Thai hospitality in a serene, sophisticated setting in central Chiang Mai. The hotel restaurant, Ruen Tamarind, is an intimate poolside establishment that serves a range of sublime northern and national Thai specialities in addition to Western favourites. The Village Spa offers guests a bespoke selection of massages, wraps, scrubs, facials and other treatments, while the Tamarind Boutique showcases a desirable collection of clothing, jewellery and homewares sourced from northern Thailand.

Discover northern Thailand

Guests at Tamarind Village can also take part in a number of excursions offered by the hotel. These are usually half or full-day trips, designed to display the culture of Chiang Mai and northern Thailand. Visitors can discover the city’s fascinating architecture, learn about the area’s arts and crafts, view historic sites or Buddhist temples, or even spend the day visiting local villages and their people.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

The Essentials
Private transfers are 15 minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport / 46 Rooms & Suites / 1 Restaurant / Spa / Boutique / Babysitting / Cultural Activities for Adults and Children
When to travel
Thailand's best time to visit is between November and April where the temperatures range from 29℃ to 34℃. That being said the climate varies throughout the country meaning you can visit all year round.
How to get there
British Airways and Thai Airways offer direct services into Bangkok in under 12 hours. From here connecting flights across Thailand and her islands are effortless.

Our Destination Specialists


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Paul Jones Specialist area: Asia & Indo-China 20 years in travel industry
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Opening Hours
  • Monday to Friday 9am to 5:30pm
  • Saturday 9:30 am to 3pm
  • Sunday Closed

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