Anantara Chiang Mai Resort is offering residents of Thailand the ultimate getaway blending contemporary design with traditional Thai hospitality and old world charm for a stay that won’t break the bank.
Recently named the number one resort in Southeast Asia in the annual Travel + Leisure 2020 World’s Best Awards, Anantara Chiang Mai is conveniently located on the banks of the Mae Ping River, giving easy access for guests to explore the temple-filled old city, Lanna heritage, artisan villages and mountain hill tribes.
The resort’s centrepiece, the stunning colonial house, was once the British consulate of Chiang Mai. The house is now The Service 1921 Restaurant and Bar, charming guests with a British secret intelligence concept, complete with secret dining rooms, a dungeon and a fusion of culinary journeys full of mystery and intrigue.
Savour gourmet pies and quiches, decorative desserts, and scones with preserves and lashings of clotted cream at the resort’s famous afternoon tea. The star of the decadent tea experience is an artistic tower of sweet and savoury treats, designed by world-famous pâtissier and Michelin-starred Chef Roger Van Damme from Belgium.
The Thai Residents rate offers guests daily breakfast by the Ping River and a credit of THB 800 per day in any Deluxe Room or THB 1,000 per day in any Kasara Suite for food and beverages when booking direct with the hotel website and staying within December 17th, 2020.
Deluxe rooms start from THB 5,346+++ (or approximately THB 6,400 net), for both Thai and expat residents, with Thai travellers also encouraged to take advantage of the government’s Rao Thiew Duay Kan offer, which covers 40%, or up to THB 3,000 per room, per night. Guests will also receive an e-voucher worth up to THB 600 per night to spend on dining, spa or however they please.
For more information about this offer or to make a reservation, contact Anantara Chiang Mai Resort on email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 053 253 333 or visit www.anantara.com/en/chiang-mai/offers/thailand-residents-rate