137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai
The charming boutique 137 Pillars House was originally an old colonial house, built in the early 1800’s, designated to foreigners by the Siam Government, and it was built around the construction of 137 pillars, hence the name. Converted into a hotel in 2012 the design is spectacular, fully capturing the elegance of by-gone days, but with a contemporary finish. Located close the banks of the Mai Ping river it is just a short taxi ride from the centre of Chiang Mai and the lively night markets.
137 Pillars House
30 specialty suites all have their own style. The 20 Rajah Brooke Suites are Junior suite with an oversized bedroom and living area and tiled veranda overlooking the gardens. These are the most suitable for families as several are interconnecting. The 6 East Borneo Junior suites are larger. The 2 William Bain Terrace suites have bedroom and separate living room, whilst the 2 Louis Leonowens Suites are the most spacious and luxurious and have their own plunge pool.
The elegant restaurant offers traditional Lanna and Thai cuisine and is one of the best in Chiang Mai. You are also conveniently located near to many boutique restaurants, just a short walk away.
Relax in the tropical gardens or around the gorgeous swimming pool, and for a spot of pampering the spa offers a bespoke range of treatments, therapies and exercise programmes.
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