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Complete Guide To Bachelor Hotels In Chiang Mai

If your looking for a hotel in Chiang Mai that doesn't charge you to bring guests up like the young lady you picked up at beer bar in Loh Kroh road or at a Chiang Mai gogo bar then these are the hotels in Chiang Mai that you can stay at without being hassled to give up change or other problems with bringing up guests to your hotel room. The following list of Bachelor hotels in Chiang Mai I've personally stayed at and can vouch for their guest friendly policy.

Chiang Mai Hill Hotel 1,020 Baht or $34 USD

Chiang Mai Hill Hotel

If you plan on doing a few soapy massages while your in town then the Chiang Mai Hill hotel is a good place to stay. Good price but a bit away from the center of the city this place is bachelor friendly with free wifi and quiet rooms it's a good place to stay if you like your privacy.
For more information or to book a room click here.

Chiang Mai Phucome Hotel 950 Baht or $31 USD

Chiang Mai Phucome Hotel

The Chiang Mai Phucome is an older hotel but still kept clean. The swimming pool is a good relief during the hotter months but won't get used around Christmas time. For single men the Phucome in Chiang mai is a great hotel to stay at because A. It has a pool. B. Is good value for money. C it has it's own soapy massage parlor what more could you want?
For more information or to book a room click here.

Huay Kaew Palace Hotel 680 Baht or $22 USD

Huay Kaew Palace Hotel

This singles hotel in Chiang Mai is a good place to stay if you want to be close to the nightlife like nightclubs and massage parlors, if your into beer bars I'd give this place a miss. Not many foreigners around here either but the price is a really good deal and they don't ask any questions no matter how many guests you bring home.
For more information or to book a room click here.

Junior Guesthouse 255 Baht or $9 USD

Junior Guesthouse

My mate was bugging me to check out this hotel/guesthouse in Chiang Mai for years and finally I thought why not a room less than $10 if I don't like it I can still leave  right. Well I was really surprised, though the guests there are typically backpackers and gave a few snide looks at the little trinket I had with me when she left it was fun hanging out on the roof top and a dip in the Jacuzzi, really good value for money, again no questions asked.
For more information or to book a room click here.

B2 Nimman 340 Baht or $11 USD

B2 Nimman

One of the cheapest hotels in Chiang Mai would be more convenient as a short time hotel but it's always booked solid so it's not so convenient after all. Bars are all around the B2 but are more of the Thai kind than the girlie kind still you need a cheap place to take a girl too then this is it. Even though it's the cheapest hotel in it's area, the area is actually more hip and modern than you'd expect.
For more information or to book a room click here.

B2 Thippanate 590 Baht or $19 USD

B2 Thippanate

-Another of the B2 chain hotels in Chiang Mai I think there are like 6 now but these two are the only ones I'd recommend. This place has 70 rooms and are all in good condition for the price it's a good stay. Staff speak very little English though not that you need much anyway. No problems at all taking the ladies back here.
For more information or to book a room click here.

Lanna Lodge Hotel 510 Baht or $17 USD

Lanna Lodge Hotel

This is a small hotel/guesthouse right near the night bazaar. Free wifi in all the 19 rooms. It's pretty cheap and the beds are a little hard but it's the price that is attractive here. Quick walk to all the beer bars and plenty of European and American foods within walking distance.
For more information or to book a room click here.

Kalare Night Bazaar Guesthouse 425 Baht or $14 USD

Kalare Night Bazaar Guesthouse

If your looking for a super cheap place located right in the center of the Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai then you can't go past this place. OK for a few nights stay and very guest friendly, the Kare Night Bazaar Guesthouse is close to everything and if your on Tuk Tuk then the easiest place to get one in the city.
For more information or to book a room click here.

MiniCost Guesthouse 850 Baht or $28 USD

MiniCost Guesthouse

While not the cheapest place in Chiang Mai it is one of the cleanest. Centrally located and away from the main street the Minicost guesthouse is the perfect bachelor pad. Many expats even live at this family run guesthouse. Australian owners and an easy going atmosphere make this place one of the best places to stay in Chiang Mai. Bachelor friendly with CCTV cameras and security.
For more information or to book a room click here.

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20 Responses to Complete Guide To Bachelor Hotels In Chiang Mai

  1. Namiko June 17, 2012 at 4:35 am #

    Hi there
    Does anybody knows if Royall Guest House in Kotchasam street IS BACHELOR FRIENDLY ??

  2. max t August 14, 2012 at 2:16 am #

    Hi Chris, hope u can give me a headsup on B2Green (24 Soi Meangrairassamee, Sermsook Road, Changpurk, Muang, Huay Kaew) before I went on booking it. Is it bachelor friendly too as the other 2 B2chain u recommended? Thanks man, lookin forward to a real good time with the CM girls!

    • Chris August 14, 2012 at 9:38 am #

      yes they are bachelor friendly, cheap but very small.

  3. John October 15, 2012 at 1:19 pm #

    Imperial is bachelor friendly too. I was just there last weekend and the location is great.

  4. Andrew November 28, 2013 at 11:31 am #

    G’day chris mate going to Chiangmai next April what’s the best hotel clost to all the action with a pool and girl friendly you recommend and around 500 bht?

    • Chris December 1, 2013 at 10:23 am #

      Reply is in the next email thanks for reading.

  5. lele January 7, 2014 at 4:38 pm #

    one hoterl nice for stay one month girl friendly ?? please

  6. lele January 8, 2014 at 2:19 pm #

    thanks Chris,
    i send email to minicostcm now wait reply

    have a good day

  7. Mike February 27, 2014 at 6:56 am #

    Does anyone know if the We Valley Boutique Hotel is bachelor friendly?

  8. M r Thomas March 30, 2014 at 1:00 pm #

    Just want to say thanks great web site will be in town next week just trying to find a place as will be there 3 weeks

    Any advice re getting guys as play both ways Thks

    • Chris April 1, 2014 at 7:26 am #

      I recommend you stay at Mini Cost great location and good for long stays. There are a group of bars next to Foxy Lady there are more details in the VIP area.

  9. Lars August 15, 2014 at 8:46 pm #

    Any idea if the Yantarasri hotel in the Nimman area is guest friendly? I tried to contact them but my e-mails do not get delivered.


    • Chris August 16, 2014 at 9:49 am #

      I had a foursome there no one said anything, but the girls weren’t hookers and the other guy booked the room (they have a room with like a tub that can fit 8 people). So I’m guessing it’s guest friendly cause we didn’t get asked anything but then we went in as two couples…so i’m not 100%.

  10. john February 9, 2015 at 6:53 pm #

    Guys, don t go to junior huesthouse, they are NOT guest friendly , they charge 300 baths extra to bring a guest.

  11. vince May 16, 2015 at 7:24 am #

    Is the Maninarakorn considered a bachelor pad?

  12. Roi April 21, 2018 at 7:55 pm #

    Hello Chris,

    I think this is a really good info for all visitors in Chiang Mai, because many hotels on all major OTA’s have this annoying limitations, like: only registered person allowed… soon they will add a notice: “Thai lady is not allowed” next to “pets are not allowed”. If a hotel lets a customer book a room with a double bed, then the hotel should allow the guest have another person stay in their room together with them. I understand that there been cases of damages and stuff have been stolen, but this can be minimized by explaining to the customer who booked the room, what are the risks, and notifying them that they are responsible on behalf of their casual visitors.

    Anyway, there is the alternative for visitors who arrive for longer terms, minimum 1 month – rental of a studio room in a condo or one bedroom apartment in a really attractive rate. There, nobody would bother them and they can host another person in their private space.

    Btw, we have linked back to your nice article, from our article about “cost of living in Chiang” Mai:


  13. Edenfantasys April 3, 2019 at 6:58 pm #

    Not all hotels in Chiang Mai allow guests to bring back ‘unregistered companions. Others will try to charge you an extra fee if you come back with a bar girl .

    • Chris June 20, 2019 at 3:33 am #

      I get a lot of guys emailing me asking if a certain hotel is guest friendly, and I now always say the same thing:

      I don’t want to advise anyone on which hotel is guest friendly unless I’ve stayed there recently and know for sure. While a lot of hotels are, those policies can change without notice, and it happened once before that I suggested a Pattaya to a friend which I’d stayed at 5 years ago, and they ended up having to pay a joiners fee! (can you believe that??).

      If I’m staying at a new hotel, or even a hotel I haven’t stayed at in a while, I always email them before making the booking, and ask them for their guest policy. That way you have it in writing and if there are any issues you have something to refer too. And if you are worried about using yoru real name, simply use a anonymous email address.

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