Book now  

Raming Lodge

Well situated for night life

17-19 Loi Kroh Rd, Chang Klan T: (053) 271 777 F: (053) 270 039

Raming Lodge

Our rating:

Quick links
Our review | Walk-in rates | Address | Map | Agoda | Booking

Squeezed between Loi Kroh Road and Kotchasarn Soi 3, just off the eastern moat road, deceptively large Raming Lodge is a good address for night owls.

We say deceptively as you wouldn’t guess from the frontage they’d managed to fit 84 decently sized rooms into this one narrow block. Raming is five minutes on foot from the night bazaar and two from Tha Pae, so we expect no complaints about location. Bear in mind that the lower floor front rooms will catch some racket from Loi Kroh, which can get pretty raucous come evening. Closing time as of mid-2017 was 00:30, so it won’t go on that long and rather sensible Raming have adopted a can’t beat them policy and set up their own stool-lined footpath bar—Rock Me—out front anyway.

The restaurant setting.

The restaurant setting. Photo: Mark Ord

Behind the bar is the in-house restaurant offering lunches, dinners and the included breakfast. An outside, plant-scattered seating area is set in an open corridor between two room blocks. There are three six-storey blocks with brick facings for a change laid out in a tight horseshoe shape. The ground floor of the rear block houses reception, which gives onto Soi 3 rather than Loi Kroh. The left hand block, looking from Loi Kroh, is home to their spa on the ground floor.

It’s all a bit congested, but Raming have made an effort and purchased a plot of land across the soi on which they’ve built a swimming pool and car park. Yes, you do have to cross a road to get to the pool but at least they have one, even if it is lacking in the shade department.

Typically clean, simply decorated rooms.

Typically clean, simply decorated rooms. Photo: Mark Ord

As far as the rooms go we’ve no complaints, particularly bearing in mind prices, which translate to very good value for money. Thankfully they don’t assassinate you with high season supplements either, which are kept to a sensible level. Decor is understated but tasteful and a mixture of traditional and modern, with cream walls and crimson bed linen and cushions, and solid, varnished wood furniture. There’s good lighting, including bedside lamps, plus fridge, fast WiFi, safety deposit box and large, flat-screen cable TV. What’s more, despite squeezing in so many rooms, they are still reasonably sized.

Deluxe rooms are on higher floors, slightly larger and include minibar as well as free airport transfers, and they also offer various suite options. All in all this is a well thought out property and a great deal, though if you’re after a quiet, romantic stay or a laze around in a lush tropical garden, this might not be the right choice for you.

If you enjoyed this article and would like to support independent travel writing on Southeast Asia, please subscribe to Travelfish—it’s just A$35 per year (less than A$1 per week)!


 Check rates at Raming Lodge on
 Check rates at Raming Lodge on

Check rates with
Search hotels in Chiang Mai

Arriving on:
Leaving on:

Walk-in rates at Raming Lodge

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Superior double room
1,400 baht
1,700 baht
Deluxe double room
1,700 baht
2,000 baht
Room: Superior double room, low season: 1,400 baht, high season 1,700 baht. Notes:
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 1,700 baht, high season 2,000 baht. Notes:

 Check rates at Raming Lodge on
 Check rates at Raming Lodge on

Where is Raming Lodge

Raming Lodge
17-19 Loi Kroh Rd, Chang Klan
T: (053) 271 777 F: (053) 270 039
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º59'39.85" E, 18º47'7.12" N
Room rates: 1,500B to 4,000B

Map for Raming Lodge

Map for Raming Lodge

Open in Apple Maps | Open in Google Maps

Popular attractions in Chiang Mai

A selection of some of our favourite sights and activities around Chiang Mai.

Travel better, travel smarter

Save money, receive our latest updates and get the most out of your travels.


See below for more places to stay in Chiang Mai that are listed on

Top of page

Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Chiang Mai? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Thailand.

Top of page