Hotels in Mae Chan: Chiang Rai Valley Resort @ Doi Hom Fha

Hotels in Mae Chan: The hotel is situated on a high hill. In an area of ​​over 1, 300 acres scattered along the hill to the visitor a view of the tea plantations, vineyards and panoramic views of the foreground to the full. Here you can see the panoramic view of 360 degrees when Mick looked around to see the big hills, tea plantations and vineyards ladder. A stretch of paved road. To sink large natural zigzag of state land as a whole valley. Tub of water. Ideal for growing and wine production. The wineries are hidden in the valley.

Hotels in Mae Chan: Katiliya Mountain Resort & Spa Chiang Rai

Hotels in Mae Chan: The family-friendly club resort is situated in Thailand's northern-most province, Chiang Rai. The grand villas and suites preside over the spellbinding landscape of lush green valleys, mountain lakes and endless forest-covered hills. It is located approximately 45 minutes' drive from Chiang Rai International Airport (38 km). This mountain resort, opened in November 2008, comprises 56 suites, all with panoramic views. Otherworldly ruins of antiquity offer glimpses of the beauty and magnificence of the 800-year old Lanna civilization that time has forgotten, although its identity is still very much apparent in the fabric of life. It is in such a place where you can experience the heights of comfort and opulence, as well as the renowned hospitality of the north, set against a backdrop of wilderness and adventure. A lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities and a cloakroom all feature. There is a kids' club for younger guests, whilst the café, bar and restaurant cater to guests' dining and refreshment needs. The resort also offers conference facilities, a car park and for an additional fee, WLAN Internet access and room and laundry services. In the only all-suite resort in the area, the luxury suites range from 90 to 375 m². 3-metre-high ceilings and spacious interiors open each room up to the breathtaking scenery outside. Large balconies in all suites allow unrestricted outdoor pleasure. Rooms with a terrace are also available. All the en suite bathrooms are fitted with oversized bathtubs, separate his-and-hers vanities, enveloping rain-shower systems, hairdryer and capacious wardrobes. The suites are equipped with king-size bed, direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, Internet access, minibar, safe and tea and coffee making facilities. They also have individually regulated air conditioning as standard.

Hotels in Mae Chan: Phu Chaisai Mountain Resort & Spa Chiangrai

Hotels in Mae Chan: The resort is on a mountain side in Mae Chan district, north of Chiangrai city. It is a 40 minutes drive to both Chiangrai International Airport and 50 minutes to Chiangrai City Center. The Golden Triangle and Chiang Saen are a 50 minute drive. This spa resort is an oasis of spirituality for city dwellers seeking refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city. One cannot help but be impressed by the beauty and tranquillity of the natural setting. 34 rooms are made of bamboo, and are void of television sets and electronic alarm clocks. In the warm embrace of Mother Nature, many can make peace with their inner selves. There is a lobby, restaurant, bar, pub and disco in the hotel. Conference facilities are available, as are room and laundry services. All of the 33 en suite rooms have a king-size bed, a private, covered balcony, air-conditioning and a  hairdryer. The rooms also include tea and coffee making facilities and bathroom toiletries, as well as bathrobes and sandals and IDD telephone. The swimming pool is modest, perhaps better described as a wading pool, but is beautifully designed. There is also an outdoor lounge next to the pool with a bar. Guests can also enjoy massage and spa treatments. The open-air restaurant with a panoramic mountain view of Doi Mae Salong offers an extensive yet simple menu (but not too simple). Most vegetables and herbs are grown organically on the property, with the goal of becoming as self-sufficient as possible. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available.

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