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The Chedi Chiang Mai


If southern Thailand’s idyllic islands provide the beach holiday, the mountain region of northern Chiang Mai provides the cultural break. Nestled on the banks of the River Ping, The Chedi Chiang Mai is the perfect base from which to explore the mountain trails, elephant sanctuaries and gold-dome temples for which the area is famous. The resort offers an alluring mix of modern architecture and British colonial style; the best example of which can be seen at The Restaurant. Housed in a former British consulate building that’s one hundred years old, the resort’s signature restaurant serves northern Thai and Pacific Rim cuisine. Chedi guests have access to a myriad of activities, but those coming from Bangkok appreciate the resort as a tranquil break.

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Room Information

Chedi Club Suite
Decorated in contemporary design, large room 100 sq. m. facing garden or river, with private courtyard and balcony with day bed and writing desk, complimentary Wi-Fi , combined of living and sleeping area with day bed, separate bath and showering area with double vanity. 

Deluxe Room
Completed in contemporary design, 50 sq. m. facing garden, with private courtyard entrance, balcony with day bed, and writing desk. Separate bath and showering area, bathrobe, slippers and hair dryer.
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Things To Do

It would be difficult to find a city that reflects more of Thailand’s diverse cultural heritage and modern aspirations than Chiang Mai. Tour buses crowd Burmese-style wats ablaze with the color of saffron and humming with the chanting of monks, and narrow streets lined with ornately carved teak houses lie in the shadow of contemporary skyscrapers. Chiang Mai is the gateway city to Thailand’s lush north and its rustic hill tribe villages. Dating back 700 years, the focal point is “Old City,” the walled and moated remains of an imposing fortress. Surrounding this historic site is a blossoming city containing all the characteristics of a modern town. Original gates have been lovingly restored and the chanting of monks drifts softly through the narrow streets from three of the area’s most revered temples. Travel by tuk-tuk (motorized three-wheeler) to the Night Bazaar where local tribes-people sell handicrafts alongside merchants hawking jade jewelry, hammered silver plates, and reams of silk. 
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Price Guide

$ = Up to $100
$$ = $100 to $199
$$$ = $200 to $349
$$$$ = $350 to $599
$$$$$ = $600 +


Price per person, per night.