The Entaneer Poshtel
Hostel, Single Room with Shared Bathroom
93/1 Nantaram Road, Haiya , Chiangmai, Hai ya, 50100 Chiang Mai, Thailand
Located 450 yards from the old town of Chiang Mai and 350 yards from Saturday Walking Street, The Entaneer Poshtel offers rooms with free WiFi. The property is situated 450 yards from Chiang Mai Gate. The accommodation features a shared kitchen and a shared lounge for guests. The property offers male or female dormitory rooms and private rooms. All rooms have air conditioning and reading lights. A hair dryer and free toiletries can be found in a shared bathroom. A buffet, à la carte or American breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. A shared kitchen is equipped with a microwave, a refrigerator as well as an oven.
❝Place was very clean. The staff very nice and helpful. It is located in the old city or just at the border. Would stay there again any time.❞
❝The facilities and the property were beautifully put together and furnished, well thought out and clean. A really lovely space to sit and do something on a laptop, FaceTime home from beanbags etc. Very light and airy and generally great, great breakfast.❞
Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous northern Thailand. Founded in 1296, it was capital of the independent Lanna Kingdom until 1558. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents. Outside the central Old City, Nimmanhaemin Road is lined with sophisticated galleries, boutiques, cafes and restaurants cooking the signature local dish, khao soi (egg noodles in curry). Also offered around town are traditional khantoke dinners – served on low tables in teak pavilions – accompanied by classical Thai music and dance shows. Handicrafts such as silk, silverware and lacquerware can be found at open-air markets like the Night Bazaar. Chiang Mai also acts as a base for treks into the nearby mountains for visits to temples, elephant training and rehabilitation camps, or isolated hill-tribe villages.