Best Party Hostels in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is the center of the cultural north in Thailand. Many travelers go to Chiang Mai to book treks into the surrounding countryside. Most visitors arrange these treks through their guesthouses and hostels, so consider the options available for trekking as you make arrangements for accommodation. These three hostels offer a great social atmosphere and a laid back environment where you can meet fellow backpackers.
How much do hostels in Chiang Mai cost?
|Average Dorm Price
$6 ($3 to $15)
|Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel)
$21 ($5 to $111)
Dorm Bed: $2.99
Located right next to Chiang Mai's famous night bazaar, Bunchun hostel has a great social atmosphere and is perfect for guests who are looking to meet other travelers. The owners are incredibly friendly and welcoming, so they encourage a social and friendly vibe. There's a large cafe on the first floor where guests are encouraged to relax and have a cold beer or coffee. The general atmosphere is unique and friendly and open to all types of travelers. There's a mixed dormitory that has large, comfortable beds. The staff has all kinds of information on tours, treks, and the local culture, so don't hesitate to ask for any needed help.
Other amenities available through the hostel include 24 hour a day wi-fi service throughout the facility, an art and book exchange, air conditioned dorms, private rooms for those guests who need a little more space, security lockers, hot showers, a freezer and fridge, clean linens, and more.
Whether you're traveling alone and hoping to make some friends, or are part of a small group, you'll find the hostel both welcoming and friendly. It's the perfect place to spend a few days while you're in Thailand's cultural north.
92/10 Sridonchai Road T. Chang Klan,A. Muang ,
Dorm Bed: $6.64
Spicythai Backpackers is regularly recognized as having one of the best atmospheres in the area. It's also an excellent value for its price. The hostel was created by and experienced traveler who knows what backpackers want in a hostel. It also has a handful of tour guides available that know there area and the culture very well.
Amenities provided by the hostel include air conditioning, a light breakfast, a western style kitchen, a small mini-bar, big screen televisions and a home theater (including an excellent collection of movies and TV shows), shared computers, wi-fi service, and much much more.
The hostel is located in a quiet are, but is an easy walk to restaurants and sightseeing locations. Guests are friendly and diverse and the common areas are great places to interact and get to know others. The staff works hard to organize trips and activities for guests to participate in. There are also dining out events that encourage interaction.
14 Hassadisewi Rd. T. Sriphum A. Muang ,
The Green Tulip House is a trendy new guest house that is perfect for travelers who want a social setting. It's located in the south side of the city and the staff is warm and welcoming. It's a relatively new hostel, so it is clean and comfortable. The rooms are private so you'll have your personal space, but there's also common areas where you can hang out with other guests. You can even hang out on the roof top and enjoy the view.
An onsite restaurant is a great place to try some Thai food, or there are also western options available as well. The atmosphere is mellow but fun and there are a range of tours and treks you can coordinate through the hostel.
Other amenities available include laundry service, linens, luggage storage, travel information and more. There's also no curfew and no lockout period so you are free to come and go as you please.
85 Samlan Road ,
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