Entering the PALM SPRINGS HOTEL lobby gives an instant impression of warmth, and the adjoining lounge with its convivial bar (and crackling log fire on cooler nights) has witnessed innumerable encounters amongst guests, with many arriving as strangers, and departing as friends.
Outside on the terrace you can spend pleasant hours relaxing in one of our generously padded loungers, reading or perhaps nodding off in the tropical breeze. An appetizing menu of Chiang Mai, Thai and international cuisine is offered in the adjacent restaurant, where you can either dine cosily inside, or outside under the stars.
Nat Hallin - Pohpan.
is not only the idyllic setting and the finest facilities.
The most important factor of all is found at the PALM SPRINGS HOTEL Chiang Mai.
An essentiel ingredient, which more and more is being lost, yet which is so
important to every Guest in every hotel in every country. The
Chinese call it "The flavour of human feeling"; it is
a feeling of being really welcome, of being unobtrusively cared for, of
wishing to retum again and again. It is something that makes a good hotel
a great hotel, and something we strive constantly to uphold. It
is called genuine hospitality.