Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, located in the second largest cultural city in Thailand on the banks of the Mae Ping River, is pleased to introduce guests to a quest of flavor, cultural discoveries and great adventures. Chiang Mai offers endless opportunities to explore by walking through historic temples, biking along the Mae Ping River, or feasting on authentic regional cuisine. Committed to creating unique experiences and memories for a lifetime, guests will be thinking of their return, even before departing.
Adventure and Discovery
Known for having beautiful architecture, astonishing temples and a hospitable community, it is no surprise that locals feel extremely proud of the bountiful culture and heritage of Chiang Mai. Travelers can walk through the captivating city of Chiang Mai with Anantara Chiang Mai’s Streetwise Guru to experience the grounds just like a local. TheStreetwise Guru will lead guests through frequently visited spots while sharing unique facts about the city. They might learn the city wall, first erected in the 13th century, was the main exit and entrance to the settlements, markets and an escape to the city’s temples.
As if more reasons were needed to visit this enchanting Thai city, Chiang Mai is also home to Wat Chedi Luang temple, which was once the home of the Emerald Buddha during the 1400s. The temple now hosts monk chats (in English) every day, where tourists are given the chance to talk to monks and ask questions about Buddhism and their daily lives. Additionally, every Friday in the city of Chiang Mai, tourists can take a sneak peek at the traditional garments that speak to the many years of history as all residents take pride in wearing one– kids even have custom uniforms that must be worn every Friday.
Journey of Art and Flavor
Tradition is not the only thing that fascinates tourists. Possessing a unique charm, Thai architecture brings many travelers to Chiang Mai year-round. With architectural blends influenced by Indian, Khmer, Burmese and Chinese styles, Thai architecture has evolved to become a distinct expression of Thai culture that varies in every region. Another unique feature and lesser known fact, is that Chiang Mai is one of the world’s capital for coffee. No matter where tourists turn, they are sure to find a hip coffee shop with free Wi-Fi.
The resort offers 84 sleekly designed rooms and suites with private balconies and terraces. Guest rooms feature double daybeds overlooking manicured grounds, the colonial house or Mae Ping River. The resort offers two restaurants and bars, as well as in-room dining prepared onsite by a private chef. In addition to spectacular installations, Anantara Chiang Mai is also home to The Service 1921 Restaurant & Bar. The once British Consulate, conjures a surreal illusion of the British secret service intelligence. Enjoy exclusive and elegant wine tastings, Cuban Cigars, Chinese Szechuan and Vietnamese cuisine in the refined private dining room.
This summer, the longer guests stay, the more they save at Anantara Chiang Mai. Travelers can enjoy Anantara Chiang Mai Stay Longer Special to receive 35 percent savings in accommodations and food and beverage – valid for stays until November 30, 2019. An endless summer awaits at any of the hotels!
Anantara Chiang Mai Resort is ideally located in the heart of the city near the riverfront. A leisurely 15-minute stroll takes guests to the city’s popular Night Bazaar, outdoor markets, riverside boutiques and restaurants, as well as the exquisite temples of the traditional old city. Anantara’s knowledgeable staff will help more adventurous guests discover nearby experiences, like zip-lining through the rainforest, exploring the national parks, river rafting and local golf courses.
For reservations and more information, please contact Anantara Chiang Mai Resort at +66 53 253 333, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.anantara.com/en/chiang-mai/offers?gclid=EAIaIQobChMItbHRpbXx4wIVhv5kCh0J1g8oEAAYASAAEgIMIfD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds