Apart from the high-end deluxe hotel suites, luxurious resorts are something that allows travelers to stretch one’s legs farther and breathe into some nature, owing to their limitless grass carpeted laws and quaint cottages or villas. The Chiang Mai luxury resorts are enthralling, and an absolute delight for travelers who are looking for some extravagance while also staying rooted in the cultures of that particular city. Having been home to scores of Buddhist temples, the city of Chiang Mai is the largest in the northern part of Thailand, with its glitzy streets that come alive at night and 14th century intricately carved temples. The Chiang Mai luxury resorts, like the Na Nirand Romantic and Rarinjinda wellness resort, for instance, have been expensively built into these sophisticated and expansive structures, with hints of green and blue as the natural remnants of nature that the guests can bask in. With spas, gyms and infinity swimming pools, these resorts make every penny of expense worthy and leave a large imprint of a perfect holiday in one’s minds. An amalgamation of modern technology and traditional architecture can be reflected in these resorts, each bound to take one’s breath away with every moment of the vacation.
Nestled in the heart of the city, the grand Na Nirand is enriched with historical anecdotes behind its establishment and which are clearly reflected in its timeless 19th-century architecture and in the memoirs of the 100-year old Rain Tree that envelopes the back end of the resort. Ratilanna Riverside resort and spa are comparatively traditional in its architectural design as well, with typical Lanna paintings adorning the walls of this place and sculptures placed alongside a waterfall. The Rarinjinda wellness in contrast to the aforementioned is greatly modernistic in its appeal with a hydro-pool, jacuzzi and a semi-outdoor Japanese hot-tub ‘Onsen.’
Owing to their sophistication and splendor, there is no doubt in Chiang Mai luxury resorts qualitative hospitality, housekeeping, cleanliness, reception, and management services. Well-equipped and highly experienced staff have been hired for the execution of these services and to extend the comfort of their guests during the stay. Rarinjinda possesses futuristic bath and relaxation mechanisms, owing to their investment in the whirlpool, Vichy shower, cold and soda baths for the infamous hydrotherapy spa. The Na Nirand spa and the Huan Kammung teak house meant as a drawing room that is a sheer mirage of traditional Lanna architecture. The resort also hosts destination weddings in the Garden of Eternal Love underneath a magnanimous tree fondly known as the Heart of Na Nirand tree.
Swarming with local and luxurious restaurants serving their alluring Thai delicacies, there are few dishes that one cannot afford to miss out on- like the Khao Soi (egg noodle curry), Khan toke or the Sai Oua (grilled herb sausage). At Na Nirand romantic boutique resort, the Lanna Rice barn and Pool bar is a space dedicated for fine dining’ dripping of Thai authenticity and playing host for small ceremonies or dinner parties. Their TIME Riverfront cuisine and bar is located on the banks of the ping river that offers western cuisine and a fusion of the famed Thai-Lanna cuisines. A terrace-top restaurant with an elegant expanse, the restaurant of Rati Lanna called Mira Terrace that serves oriental and international cuisine. There are also live cooking counters and BBQ stations for special occasions. Overlooking the city across the lake, the Rarinjinda restaurant is an outdoor setting beneath the stars.
Q1. What activities are offered by resorts in Chiang Mai?
A. River rafting and waterboarding, cross-country biking, sightseeing of old city temples are some of the activities offered by resorts in Chiang Mai
Q2. What is the best time to visit Chiang Mai?
A. During the months of October to April, the weather is breezy and pleasant.
Q3. Is continental food available easily?
A. Yes. Guests can find continental dishes on menus of almost all in-house restaurants in the Chiang Mai.
Q4. Are the resorts here pet-friendly?
A. No, the resorts in Chiang Mai are not pet-friendly, and as such, they do not have any services to cater to pets.
Q5. What are the hotels that are closest to the airport?
A. The heritage hotel, Jomkitti boutique hotel, Phra Singh village, The Rim resort.
The wonder and sheer brilliance of Chiang Mai luxury resorts will have any traveler spoilt for choices. It is advisable to spend a considerable amount of time while vacationing in Chiang Mai, as it is not a relatively quaint and cozy town but a happening city with much to explore and uncharted paths to tread on. This will also allow the guests enough to relax in the resort, try out all the amenities as well as go out and explore the town. In any case, for vacationers, Chiang Mai luxury resorts turn out to be a go-to spot, particularly when one is not going on a financial plan and are prepared to release one’s heart, encounter the inexperienced and easy journey through the extravagance and solace.