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Gay Friendly Accomidations

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Chiang Mai has a wide range of Gay friendly accommodation available with everything from five star hotels to backpacker guest houses at amazing prices. We’ve listed a few good one here any more just let me know..

Santitham Guest House

61 Santitham Road
Telephone: 053-40-6449
www.santitham.com
Enjoy a comfortable stay in a contemporary version of a Northern Thai Lanna style house nicely renovated.

Lotus Hotel

2/25 Soi Wiangbua, Chotana Rd, Chang Puak
Telephone: 053-21-5376, Fax: 053-22-1340
www.lotus-hotel.com

Popular Gay Hotel

PJ's Place

19 Soi Plubplueng, Huay Kaew Road
Telephone: 053-404-894
www.pjs-place.com
Guesthouse with luxury rooms is very close to all amenities with nearby shopping malls, swimming pools, spas, cinemas, gymnasiums, bars, restaurants and banks.

Soho Bar and Guesthouse

20/3 Huay Kaew Road
www.sohochiangmai.com

Soho Bar is one of Chiang Mai's most sophisticated gay-friendly places. You can socialise in pleasant convivial surroundings, in either the street-side bar or in the very tastefully-decorated and more relaxed interior lounge bar.

Lavender Lanna

6 Bunruengrit Rd. 
Telephone: 053-211-100
www.lavenderlannahotel.com
Newly converted hotel. A specialty budget gay hotel that is welcoming to everyone. with 110-room, eleven-storey hotel is located in a fantastic location across from Chiang Mai’s Old City and the city moat, walking distance Kad Suan Kaew.

Seven Suns

155 Ratchamanka Road
Telephone: 053-814-325 
Website: www.sevensuns.net

Gay Friendly Guest House located in old city, friendly staff and good area.

Souvenir Guest House

26 Kampangdin Road, Soi 3 T.Changklan
Telephone: 053-818-786  
Website:http://www.souvenir-guesthouse.com/

Gay Friendly Guest House has moved to a new location in Changklan Area . It is about 10 minutes walk to the Night Bazaar. We have 6 rooms only but as charming as our previous guesthouse. We are in a quiet soi and you can relax in a tropical garden with the sound of birds and splashing water.

 

 

Ricefield House


This is a small, luxury guesthouse in the country side of Chiang Mai. The rooms are tastefully furnished with antiques, the pool fArea is designed for relaxing. It is truly your home away from home complete with even a friendly labrador retriever. It is a great  home base to explore the beautiful nature around Chiang Mai.  You can even book out the entire house for a special retreat with your partner or for a group. It is alocated a mere twenty minutes from the city and transportation can be arranged. Minuim 3 night stays.

Phone: (0) 5386 - 5606 Fax: (0) 5386 - 5606
Website: http://www.ricefield-house.com

 

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