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Why Stay At Dhara Dhevi
Laid out on 60 lushly landscaped acres in the heart of lively Tha Sala, the resort has its own shopping village and sweeping views of working rice paddies.
Traditional colonial architecture and ancient Lanna spires commune in grand style at Dhara Dhevi resort. Featuring two large deep-blue outdoor pools, the property has a peaceful pond in its center and is studded with giant palm trees illuminated at night. 123 spacious air-conditioned accommodations scattered throughout the expansive grounds are furnished with ornately carved teak wood and floor-to-ceiling windows. Need to relax after a day of exploring? Make an appointment at the resort's magnificent spa, which is adorned with handmade moldings and Buddhist sculptures emulating an ancient Burmese Mandalay palace. Bespoke treatments range from healing Ayurveda practices to Hatha yoga classes. After rebalancing your soul, pick from a range of haute cuisine like fine French or Chinese dim sum to replenish the body. Sinking into a high backed chair wielding a refreshing Appletini at the resort's striking Horn Bar befittingly ends your busy day.
Get your Zen on and partake in a complimentary plein air morning meditation class.
Don't feel like walking? Place a call to the hotel receptionist and they will send out a golf cart to come fetch you.
Arrive at Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX) which is approximately 7 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.51/4 Moo 1, Sankampaeng Rd., Chiang Mai, Tha Sala, Thailand
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Spa on property
- Wellness Center
- Yoga Programs
- Ayurvedic Programs
- Fitness Center
- Beauty Salon
- Spa Boutique
- Sightseeing + Tours
- Shopping Village
- Art + Craft Village
- Kids Club
- Culinary Academy
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Separate Sitting Areas
- Flat-screen TVs
- Air Conditioning
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- 4 Restaurants
- 3 Bars
- Pool Bar
- Tea Salon
- Spa Cuisine
- In-Room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 2 children (under age 12). An extra bed may be placed in the room for an additional THB 3600 per night
- Daily breakfast
- Round-trip transfers from Chiang Mai Airport
- Welcome drink, hand garland and cold towel
- WiFi throughout the resort
- 15% savings towards spa treatments
- Variety of activities throughout the resort (Depending on daily schedule)
Why We Love Chiang Mai
Dubbed "The rose of the North" and just recently discovered as a travel destination, Chiang Mai has retained its provincial authenticity and is replete with with ancient Buddhist temples and bustling markets.
Where to Drink: In the mood for some vino? You don't have to belong to the writing caste to sip a glass of Sauvignon Blanc (accompanied by bite-sized venison appetizers) at relaxed Writers Club & Wine Bar. We recommend you pre-book on weekends. Drinks for two 320 THB.
Where to Shop: Haggling is welcome: Alive with music, bright lights and haggling vendors, Chiang Mai's most vibrant shopping scene is located at the Night Market. Tucked on the eastside wall of Old Town you can find a wide array of reasonably priced clothing, local silks and Thai crafts.
Outdoor Excursion: Ascend the filigreed wooden Naga Serpent Staircase to the holy temple of Wat Phra That. Perched atop Mount Suthep, it is richly embellished with golden pagodas, artful murals and Buddhist shrines. Don't be shy to try out the humungous gong near the viewing terrace. It is allowed.
Why Go Now
April 13 - 16, 2014
During Thailand's Festival of Light, participants release tiny vessels, called krathongs, carrying candles or incense into the water.
Early April 2014
Chiang Mai Arts and Culture Festival
Aimed at encouraging preservation of the area's cultural heritage, visitors are treated to historical demonstrations from the Lanna period, plus stalls selling local crafts and food specialties.
Tha Dton Payom Market on Suthep Road, Chiang Mai.
May 13, 2014
Visakha Bucha Day
During this Buddhist holiday, monks commemorate life, enlightenment and death of Buddha at Doi Suthep Temple.
Wat Phra That, Chiang Mai.