Anantara Chiang Mai

Location: Northern Thailand | Thailand

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Quiet hospitality and simple, contemporary design at Anantara Chiang Mai contrasts perfectly with the gilded opulence of the captivating city. This hotel provides an ideal base to explore the temples, markets, and fascinating ways of life that surround ancient Chiang Mai.
Perfect forTrendy couples and young people who want to stay in a contemporary hotel, close to the vibrant night-life of Chiang Mai.
In the knowFor an unforgettable tree-top adventure, ask us about the 'Flight of the Gibbon' zipline tour. Just an hour out of central Chiang Mai, you can "fly" over the pristine rainforest canopy on a series of zip-wires - it doesn't get much more exhilarating than that!

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Family-friendly

Hotel Overview

Where

Anantara Chiang Mai is on the banks of the renowed Mai Ping River in Central Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.

Rooms at Anantara Chiang Mai

The 32 Club Suites are twice as big as the 52 Deluxe Rooms, but all are furnished in a simple, contemporary style, with relaxing muted tones. You’ll also have a large balcony with views of the Mai Ping River and some of the highest mountains in Thailand (just wait til you see what’s up there!)

Food and Facilities

At Anantara Chiang Mai’s restaurant you can enjoy authentic Thai cuisine, made with the freshest of local ingredients, and complimented with an extensive wine list. There’s also a selection of bars, a traditional Thai spa, and a large swimming pool framed by a lily pond.

Activities at Anantara Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is one of those places that travellers are just itching to go, and it’s no surprise they rave about it when they come home. At the heart of Chiang Mai is an incredible 14th century monastery, surrounded by an ancient moat, and dotted with wonderfully ornate ‘wats’ (temples). Truly dedicated travellers will think nothing of climbing the 300 steps up to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep (the most sacred temple in the North), or visiting the mountain cave-dwellers and ‘long-neck’ village tribe. After all that trekking the last thing you’ll want to do is walk, so it’s a good job there are tricycles to take you round the Bo Sang markets! Here you can pick up one of the hand-crafted paper parasols which have become a symbol of Chiang Mai.

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