Anantara Chiang Mai Resort | Thailand | If Only

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In central Chiang Mai and hidden behind a towering wooden wall, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort offers tranquil seclusion where balcony daybeds offer relaxing views of the courtyard gardens or the peaceful flow of Thai river life.

Ideally situated in the heart of Chiang Mai, its central location makes it easy to explore the old city’s countless temples, bustling markets and ancient Lanna ruins. Soak up a cosmopolitan vibe at quirky cafés, boutiques and art galleries. Venture further afield for elephant viewing and river rafting experiences, or visit spectacular national parks and floral gardens, hill tribes and handicraft villages.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 84 rooms



Housed in a striking modern building of wood and glass, rooms and suites all boast a private balcony with a daybed that overlooks manicured gardens, the Colonial House or Mae Ping River. Floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate contemporary décor, stylish furnishings and neutral hues that are accented by distinctive local artefacts.

The Deluxe Rooms are elegantly appointed with a sumptuous bedroom, luxurious amenities and a bathroom with both a deep terrazzo tub and rain shower. The Chiang Mai guest rooms have even more space and luxury, and are prefect for couples or for families with up to two children.

The spacious Kasara Suites are sure to impress; share meals at the dining area, enjoy an indulgently large open plan bathroom and state-of-the-art amenities and benefit from Kasara privileges that include a private butler and exclusive Kasara Lounge access.



Discover distinctive flavours from Chiang Mai and across Thailand and delightful rituals from colonial times. Toast the sunset with signature cocktails and enjoy elegant nightcaps at the end of the day in the The Service 1921 Bar or relax in the Lobby Lounge on comfy daybeds enjoying refreshing beverages throughout the morning, as well as live Thai kim music at dusk.

Embark on a gastronomical adventure at The Service 1921 Restaurant & Bar or at The Restaurant and let talented chefs, bartenders, Tea Master and Wine Guru serve expertly crafted classics or something with a modern twist.

Exclusively for Kasara Suite guests, The Kasara Lounge has quiet corners with couches or shady veranda tables. Complimentary temptations, from a breakfast buffet to all day refreshments, and from cocktails to wine and gourmet canapés in the evening are also on offer.



Swim and sunbathe while watching river life flow by. Delve into local culture with Thai massage, boxing and cooking classes or enjoy a wide range of fitness and holistic exercise classes.

Travel by tuk tuk with the resort's streetwise Guru for a behind-the-scenes city tour. Explore beautiful countryside and rural culture by mountain bike or at the end of the day, celebrate romance on a sunset river cruise.



A strikingly minimalist exterior leads to an inner sanctum where the emphasis is on holistic pampering with 10 luxurious treatment rooms (5 for couples) - all designed in contemporary Asian style.

Expert therapists soothe body and soul with traditional treatment including a Floral Foot Ritual, a detoxifying Green Tea Scrub, the Anantara Signature Massage and a Mindfulness Ritual. Afterwards, linger on the rooftop deck with an elevated panorama of the meandering Mae Ping River.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Chiang Mai International Airport


Approximately 15 minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport


Late December to April has great weather, little rain, and lots of sun. From May to September there’s still plenty of sun but also some rain – usually brief showers in the afternoon or at night. October and November are the rainiest months but are often interspersed with sunny days. The cool season is from November to February, when daytime temperatures reach a comfortable 25° C, but nights and early mornings can be cool (10°-15°C). Things heat up from March to June when temperatures won't drop below 25°C (even at night) - and the right time for Songkran, the water festival also called Thai New Year. This is when evening thunderstorms are most common. This is also when the northern haze from planned forest burning occurs, usually starting late February or early March for a few weeks. The rainy season (more romantically called the green season) is from July to October. It's the time to see the region's rivers and waterfalls are at their best. It rains at any time, day and night fr



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