Room Facilities at Rachamankha Hotel (Chiang Mai) :
Next to the restaurant there is a small, shady courtyard where guests can dine out side while listening to old northern Thai music. The restaurant is illuminated by large Lanna lanterns, and beautifully decorated with nineteenth century paintings that describe part of the life of Lord Buddha on a large cloth that hangs down from the ceiling. Antique Chinese tables and Ming Dynasty plates are placed tastefully along the sides of the restaurant. The focus of the cuisine is Thai, but there is also a large selection of fusion dishes that combine food, sauces, and flavorings from Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and Europe.
The table lamps are made from Chinese porcelain, and a Lanna lantern with a tassel that matches the color of the antique wardrobe hangs down in the centre of the room. Even the sink counter in the bathroom is a Chinese antique. The walls are decorated with dais art from Chan state in Myanmar. The Deluxe rooms differ from the Superior rooms in that they are larger (42 m2 compared to 30 m2 ), have a four-pester bed, and look down onto the main courtyard.Below is a complete list of in-room amenities at city Rachamankha:
Travelers will be pleased withe charminguest rooms at Rachamankha. This accommodation proposesizeable guestrooms and suites for travelers' comfort. Guests arensured to spend a wonderful time staying at Rachamankha.
Rachamankha Hotel (Chiang Mai) Room types
- Air Conditioner
- Satellite/Cable TV
- In-room Entertainment
- Hair Dryer
- In-room Safe
- Hot & Cold Shower
- Wireless Internet