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Away Chiang Mai Tha Pae Resort

  • Post category:Hotels
  • Post last modified:June 4, 2024

A gorgeous white building is hidden in the incredible Tha Phae Gate area. It has such bright and simple architecture mixed with many old styles.

I seldom come here because most tourists who stay here will rarely travel anywhere. It is different from other tours in that they will change multiple accommodations on the journey.

away lobby

The entrance to the hotel is a narrow path for a car, especially a van; it might be a bit crowded, and rush hours should be avoided. But you can walk in and out of Tha Phae Road and other surrounding roads in many ways.

Looking back, I can’t remember what this area was about when I was a kid. Since I can ride a motorcycle, I almost didn’t pass this zone. By now, it’s very convenient for tourists.


Rooms & Suites

The hotel consists of two buildings and has five types of rooms according to the type of guest and standard. You can use all the services and facilities. There is a swimming pool in the front building. I have created a link to the hotel’s official website below.

You can easily go into details and see a travel map. It also books directly via the website to get 5% off for a member rate.

In addition, Away Chiang Mai also has other Cross Hotels & Resort chains around Thailand, i.e., Bangkok, Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, and Pattaya, including Indonesia, Okinawa, and Vietnam.


A vegan kitchen is healthy

The way to a sustainable lifestyle 100% vegan-friendly restaurant, complete with a variety of special meals. Although I haven’t tried it yet, it’s a good opportunity for health lovers. The dining room is designed to be concise in its space. Enjoy a vegan retreat.

swim pool

Great prices and earn Klook credits to save more.

Parking lot

The hotel may have a small number of parking spaces. It is recommended that you travel by hotel car service or contact me for travel services and sightseeing.

What’s nearby

From here, you can easily walk to the points of interest, cafes, restaurants, markets, galleries, and Thai massages scattered around the old town.

I have written a blog about walking to visit the temples in the old city. Might be used as a guideline.

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