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Page updated: 2016-11-20

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Phra Sing

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bullet  BP Chiangmai City Hotel

With its great blend between rich cultural heritage of the ancient Lanna Kingdom and the hustle and bustle of the urbanization, Chiang Mai has never failed to attract tourists from around the world. BP Chiang Mai City Hotel & Huen Luang Prabang is conveniently situated within the Old City Wall area where our guests can enjoy the enduring charm of the North and Lanna's gracious hospitality. Our 154 guestrooms are spacious and attractively furnished in standard and boutique styles. The hotel offers full facilities and a wide range of services including long-stayed accommodation.

On 154 Thanon Ratchamankha, Phra Sing, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai.

bullet  De Naga Hotel

In the days of ancient times, when gods ruled the earth and mythological creatures roamed the lands, ruled the seas, and reigned from the skies, the magnificent Phaya Naga existed. According to northern legend, this formidable serpentine creature, a symbol of strength, opulence, and eternal life, helped the righteous Kings in building the city. Drawing inspiration from this mystical creature, De Naga Chiang Mai displays an array of Naga throughout the hotel in the form of statues, ornaments and various decorative details. Befitting to the northern region of Thailand, the hotel exemplifies the strikingly exotic Lanna style. Using a distinctly typical Lanna architectural design, which is evident from the steep gabled roof descending from an elongated pinnacle into curved, flame-shaped eaves, the architecture originates from the northern parts of Thailand. The hotel is constructed using teakwood and elevated from the ground in the traditional manner.

On 21 Soi 2 Ratchamanka, Thanon Moon Muang, Phra Sing, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai.

bullet  Rachamankha

Situated in the heart of historic Chiang Mai old city founded in 1296, the 25-room and suite Rachamankha is next to Wat Phra Singh, justifiably the city’s most famous temple (cir. 1345). Four temples of notable interest are within easy walking distance from the hotel, out of thirty-three functioning wats or temples in the walled city of old Chiang Mai. Rachamankha, the leading luxury boutique hotel, does not reveal itself to the passerby, but excites curiosity and creates a receptive mood. Only after passing through the hotel forecourt, the Zen-like simplicity and sophistication of the colonnaded courtyards welcome guests to the world of serenity and contentment. The hotel distinctive architecture aesthetic is inspired by the eleventh centuries B.C. vernacular Chinese dwellings, from which Northern Thai architecture has its roots. Rachamankha was designed by Thai architect Ong-ard Satrabhandhu in the style of residential living to encourage a genuine feel for the history and culture of Lanna Chiang Mai. A leisure walk reveals hidden courtyards and gardens where unexpected surprises and captivating spaces are to be found on every turn.

On 6 Rachamankha 9, Phra Sing, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai.

bullet  The Rim Resort

The Rim is situated in The Old City along the fascinating canal in the Chiang Mai historical ramparts and moats. Centre of the estate is an old Colonial Lanna house as the guest welcome lounge surrounded by swimming pool, restaurant, bars, tropical garden and 36 luxurious guest rooms on three edifices named after beautiful northern flowers “Chaba, Dahla, Monta”. The resort is conceptualized to a Colonial Lanna design emphasizes on the northern Thai landscape, local arts and handicrafts. The highlight of our hospitality gimmick, a one-stop concept aim to providing a wide variety of personalized service from check in until the departure. Our Butler is highly knowledgeable on where to go sightseeing, eat, shop and drink.

On 51/2 Thanon Arrak, Phra Sing, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai.


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