An Oriental Luxury Experience at 137 Pillars in Chiang Mai

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137 pillars hotel in chiang mai, thailand

In the heart of Chiang Mai, set on a rather large property, you can find the romantic 137 Pillars Hotel. A hotel with a history to share. The traditional teak house located in the middle of the estate, now used as restaurant and museum, was once the headquarters of the Borneo trading company. Other than this ‘Lana’ style house, the ‘piece the resistance’ is without a doubt the 25 meter long, lagoon coloured lap pool which is surrounded by

THE INS AND OUTS

The 137 Pillars hotel is a beautiful blend between history and modern Oriental elegance. The thirty suites are placed surrounding a large garden, decorated beautifully and decked out with every convenience. Each room comes with a private outdoor space, a spacious bathroom with bathtub and incredibly comfortable beds.


FOOD & DRINKS

The elaborate breakfast buffet, which is included in the room price, has everything you could ever dream of. Asian style breakfasts are made to order, and so are the waffles and slow pressed juices. Local fruits, a noodle bar, delicate pastries and a salad bar are available as well. The 137 Pillars caters for all dietary requirement and allergies. For dinner you can opt between locally influenced ‘The Dining Room’ and Western themed ‘Palette, both offering intimate and classy dining experiences.

IN THE AREA

Located on the West side of the Ping river, dividing the city in two, the hotel is in close proximity to many dining and options. Chiang Mai’s famous night market is reachable by foot and the historic city centre is easily reached with a thrilling 10 minute tuktuk ride.

IT’S TIME TO CARE

The food served in the restaurants is locally sourced and is dependent on seasonality and the ingredients used in Western oriented ‘Palette’ come straight from the hotel owned farm. The hotel is taking pride in their recycling practices. Wellness treatments are available in the luxurious spa, including traditional Thai massages.
*Whilst in Chiang Mai, please don’t take part in unethical animal tourism, elephants should not be serving as entertainment, but instead being protected and placed in conservational programs

PRACTICALITIES

Prices start from 450 euro. Breakfast and WiFi is included in the room price. The hotel offers a gym, spa, museum and library. For more information: https://137pillarschiangmai.com/en/

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