It's a very relaxing atmosphere. The lobby has plenty of places to lounge, read, even take a nap. The bar has the feel of an old colonial building, which is pretty cool. The service there is very attentive, as it is in the restaurant downstairs. The food for all meals is decent. The rooms themselves are very nice, but I was in a large room with a balcony. Someone who has stayed at many five-star hotels will probably find it an agreeable room, and someone who's used to staying at Holiday Inns will find it amazing. The gift shop is full of nice items. It's easy to arrange transportation wherever you want to go. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Edging the meandering Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort is conveniently situated a mere five minute walk to the famous Night Bazaar and only 10 minutes from the quaint and traditional attractions of the old moated city. Explore authentic Thai areas, seemingly endless markets and the city's quirky art culture with its bohemian vibe as well as popular cosmopolitan hangouts and a growing wellness scene. Surrounding the valley in which Chiang Mai resides, verdant mountains are home to vast national parks of virgin rainforest, impressive waterfalls and rare flora and fauna. Discover countless Buddhist temples, timeless hill tribe communities, exotic animal sanctuaries and fascinating handicraft villages, as well as historic ruins that tell a tale of a time when Chiang Mai was the capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Chedi Chiang Mai Hotel Chiang Mai
- Chedi Chiang Mai