The centrally located and very friendly Empress is excellent value for money and the ideal base for exploring Chiang Mai.
Set in a tranquil location, the property has a feel of bygone opulence, while rooms are comfortable with views of the city, river and mountains.
The hotel is a short stroll from Chiang Mai’s famous night market and you can also visit hill tribe villages, working elephants and ancient temples.
375 rooms are attractively furnished.
Superior rooms have airconditioning, television, telephone, wi-fi, minibar and a bath with shower.
Executive suites are larger with a separate seating area and panoramic views of Chiang Mai.
Chao Nang Coffee Shop (24hrs)- French and Chinese Cuisine. La Brasserie (Grill). Panda Palace (Chinese).
The centrally located and very friendly Empress is excellent value for money and a favourite with repeat Kuoni clients — the ideal base for exploring Chiang Mai.
A coffee shop serves international and local dishes. In addition there is a speciality restaurant, informal steak house, and drinks are served in the lounge. On the third floor you’ll find the pool and sundeck area. A fitness centre, sauna, massage centre and shops are also available.
One freshwater pool.
The 17-storey Empress enjoys a quiet location tucked in central Chiang Mai just 15 minutes walk from the famous night market and approx. 15 minutes private transfer from Chiang Mai airport.
• Four miles of sandy beach.
Explore the surroundings
Our great portfolio of Chiang Mai hotels are perfect as a tranquil base from which explore this culturally rich and historically important city. Chiang Mai is the cultural centre of Thailand’s northern region and its beauty, serenity and legend are evident throughout its jungle clad hills. Burmerse, Sri Lankan and Lanna Thai designed temples can be found in the ancient walled city, the celebrated Night Bazaar of Thanon Chang Klan is unmissable and with an insurmountable selection of temples, plus museums, national parks, handicraft vendors and elephant trekking, Chiang Mai is an enticing city to visit. Chiang Mai Highlights:
- With temples as old as seven hundred years, one of the most revered holy sites to visit in Chiang Mai is the spectacular Wat Doi Suthep.
- Take a local handicrafts tour and see the intricate and exquisite works that the city is famous for.
- Go on an exhilarating jungle trek, stopping at local hillside tribal villages along the way – an unique experience and insight into local life.
- Chiang Mai is the center of arts and crafts, and you can watch artisans make products before buying them.
- Browse the night market and Sunday market for wood carvings, silver, silk and umbrellas, and snap up brand-name items in the department store on Huay Kaeo Road.