'Riverside Location – Perfect for Exploration’
Located in natural surroundings with only a 10 minute walk into the historical centre of Chiang Mai, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa is the perfect location for exploring the Chiang Mai area. The rooms and suites overlook gardens or the Mae Ping River from a terrace or balcony with day bed. The resort has a swimming pool, spa and fitness centre where you can try Muay Thai boxing and yoga classes. There are 3 restaurants and 2 bars – at The Service 1921 you can enjoy a traditional afternoon tea.
‘Rural Thai Experience – Harmony and Nature’
Just an hour’s flight from Bangkok, Four Seasons is situated in tropical gardens and rice fields and is a Thai haven. Accommodation comprises of residences, villas and penthouses all of which have a private outdoor space and Thai sala. The resort offers a variety of experiences to its guests including Thai cookery classes, rice planting, boot camp and wellness packages. Amenities include pool, spa, health club, boutique shopping and tennis. The restaurants offer international and Thai cuisine and there are several dining experiences on offer.
'Authentic Thai Stay in Chiang Mai's Natural Beauty'
The Raya Heritage sits surrounded by the rolling hills of Chiang Mai, far north of Bangkok. The hotel is inspired by Thai architecture and culture, meaning high emphasis is placed on living in balance with nature. All suites come with incredible views of the verdant hotel gardens, the Ping River, or the mountains that sit to the west of the country, with a selection of Kraam Pool Suites also benefitting from the luxury of private pools. Guests can immerse themselves in the locality, with a free shuttle bus that transports visitors to the Old Town alongside a range of excursions that uncover the intricacies of nearby temples, markets and villages, the country's elephants, and natural marvels perfect for jungle walking and rock climbing. For anyone wanting a slower pace, the hotel houses a serenity spa that draws on Thai tradition as much as the wider hotel, with healing techniques offeres in the steam therapy room. Dining is an unforgettable journey, comprised of authentic rice dishes and locally sourced ingredients at Khu Khao, afternoon teas on the dedicated terrace, and sophisticated riverside cocktails at the Baan Ta Lounge.
'Convenient Location, Tranquil Setting'
Situated in beautifully landscaped gardens with extensive views over the mountains, Shangri La Chiang Mai is only a short walk from the busy city including Chiang Mai's famous Night Bazaar. It has a large free-form swimming pool, tennis courts and a spa amongst its leisure facilities. There is a restaurant serving Szechuan & Cantonese cuisine, one focussed on world dishes plus a pool and lobby bar. Rooms are spacious with lush silk fabric and exotic décor as well as modern amenities such as complimentary WIFI.
‘Solitude and Peace, Traditional Culture and Activities’
Veranda Resort & Spa Chiang Mai is just outside the city of Chiang Mai but far enough from the hustle and bustle to retain an atmosphere of peace and solitude. It’s divided into two areas, one representing the cultural heritage of the north and the other a contemporary Veranda style. There is a delightful outdoor pool, a truly relaxing spa and plenty of classes to help you feel a part of the local culture. You can learn to cook Thai style or get privately tutored in traditional Thai music. Rooms are well equipped and comfortable with wonderful views of the valley and rice fields. Dining is a true pleasure with traditional Thai food given modern twists and a good selection of international cuisine and wines.