Located on the banks of the Mae Ping River in the heart of the historic city of Chiang Mai, the hotel features the contemporary Asian design and chic styling typical of the Anantara.

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Each room comes with a private courtyard or balcony with views over the river, and the décor and furnishings are elegantly understated. Facilities include a swimming pool, gym, yoga room, and a spa offering a diverse range of treatments amid peaceful gardens.

A restaurant housed in a colonial-style building serves northern Thai specialities and there are two bars, including a terrace bar on the second floor.

Why we love it

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The Anantara makes an ideal base from which to explore the scenic mountains, hill tribes, ancient shrines and temples of northern Thailand.

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