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Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

Well worth travelling to if you are looking for a quiet, traditional experience. Beds are remarkably comfy and the general feel of the place is very relaxed. Staff are polite, attentative and speak english very well. My two little girls loved the garden!

Thank Etbohm
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Lisu Lodge is a simple but comfortable place with several separate lodges around the grounds each with 4 bedrooms. Meals are served on the veranda of the lodge you are staying in. There is a small bar in the grounds and drinks can also be served on the veranda. The bedroom and en-suite bathroom are simple but functional - the...

Thank Heidikraut
Lyon, France
Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

A magic expérience in a lodge run by locals of the Lisu people one of the hill tribes in the North of Thailand. A beautiful place in the middle of rice fields and tea gardens. The level of comfort is not luxurious by western standards but sufficient and clean. The food is local, organic and delicious. It is served with...

Thank dmounier
North Carolina
Reviewed 2 February 2017

After the bustle of Bangkok and Chiang Mai, we spent 2 nights at this unique lodge in northern Thailand. The location is fairly isolated, but very peaceful and relaxing. Limited activities are offered at the lodge, but enough to keep you busy if you want to stay busy. We loved the tea plantation tour, and the ox cart ride was...

Thank Kristie G
New Orleans, Louisiana
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

So glad we spent 3 days/2nights at the Lisu Lodge. The grounds are impeccable, the staff (all local) so friendly, and the surrounding area very special. We loved the whole vibe (very rustic, wooden, open-air common space for meals)-- was a great place to relax. Grateful for the pickup from the airport and transport back to chang mai. We did...

Thank skipro36
Yardley, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 16 January 2017

Four of us spent 3 days of wonderment at this EcoLodge........everything was exceptional, from our pick-up at the airport, to the unbelievable service, accommodations, food and service. Highlights were the environment, visit to their tea plantation, visiting their village. Our host Som was great and we learned so much of their tribe culture that we felt concern and connected. One...

Thank 295MJT
Reviewed 7 January 2017

Our experience was nothing short of amazing, other than a general feel that the staff could have organized more activities as part of the 2-night discovery package at two separate eco-lodges. That said, if you are looking for a peaceful experience with mostly no wifi and great food, this is certainly the place to go. You get to learn about...

Thank Patrick K
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 30 November 2016

Our visit to Lisu Lodge was outstanding. The food, the cultural display by the children of the local village dancing after dinner, the massages, walks through the villages and the visit to the local Sharman help put the pieces into the jigsaw that are the tribes of Northern Thailand. This area is close to the old Golden Triangle where Thailand,...

Thank MartInG1956
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 November 2016

An eco experience which was well run and pleasant. We had spent 2 days t climbing up to live with local hill tribes ( in 40 degree heat)and then came back to stay here. It was awelcome refresher. Pleasant well run and with excellent masseurs and a fun trip to a local tea plantation it was an enjoyable interlude.

Thank goanpearl
Clevedon, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 October 2016

If you want to get away from the world stay here. Beautiful sanctuary among sweeping lawns and herb gardens. It was during the rainy season but this didn't detract from it. Lunch was taken at a low table in the traditional way, service was quick and discreet.

Thank Ig1953

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Named after the hill tribe village called 'Lisu', settling nearby the lodge, Lisu Lodge is an eco-friendly hill tribe lodge in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It is part of a community-based project that aims to conserve the natural heritage of hill tribes of northern Thailand. Built in traditional Lisu style with an eye for western comforts, the lodge overlooks the lush fields and hills surrounding the valley. We offer a wide variety of packages, from day visits to multiple overnights, including hill tribe experiences, soft adventure (cycling and white water rafting) and trekking. Our prices include accommodation in comfortable king-size or twin bedded rooms with en-suite bathrooms, electric fans (non air-conditioned), meals and drinks as specified in the programs, as well as English speaking tour guides / local Lisu guides. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Lisu Lodge

Address: Dton Loong Village, Mae Taeng 50100, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Chiang Mai Province > Mae Taeng
Price Range: ₹ 8,168 - ₹ 10,696 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Lisu Lodge 2*
Number of rooms: 24
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Also Known As:
Lisu Hotel Chiang Mai
Lisu Lodge Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
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“All lodges are amazing, open air common areas and all rooms have their own bathroom”
295MJT, 16 Jan 2017 | Read review
“All rooms are similar”
patrickkO7025GY, 6 Jan 2017 | Read review
“All rooms are set nice. If you are family, suggest book a studio family room.”
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tiwaratp, 7 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Unique experience, not your average or expected ' mod cons'”
  • Breakfast being laid out, this lovely man had been silently cleaning for an hour previously, alr
EleanorCreed-Miles, 6 Aug 2016 | Read review
“All are pretty much the same - not sure if I was just tired but had great nights sleep.”
Lin2948, 26 Feb 2016 | Read review
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