Na Nirand Boutique Hotel offers an attractive Thai style, simple elegance and a great riverside location…
Na Nirand Boutique Hotel is an outstanding new addition to our Chiang Mai selection. Relatively newly opened (early 2017), but with an elegant colonial-style combined a traditional northern Thai Lanna design theme. The Giant Rain tree located in the heart of the hotel is reputed to be at least 100 years old.
It is located in the heart of the city, facing the Mae Ping River. There is easy access to alternative restaurant options and the famous night-street walking market is about 6 minutes stroll away.
The airport is a 20 minutes drive.
Na Nirand has a selection of 45 rooms and suites.
All are built on stilts, in six individual Residences. The interiors are spacious, with attractive use of local fabrics and woods, yet with reassuring contemporary comforts.
You have a choice of:
Deluxe rooms, Grand Deluxe, Larger Royal Deluxe which are larger. There are Corner Suites and Riverfront Colonial Suites, which are individually themed (British- Indian, Burmese, Chinese and Siamese).
- Attractive riverfront restaurant
- In addition to the on-site restaurant, you have numerous options close by – Chiang Mai has an incredible selection of cuisine styles, from authentic tasty street food to sophisticated dining experiences
Na Nirand Boutique Hotel is a fantastic new addition to our Chiang Mai selection. Attractive Thai style, simple elegance and a great riverside location.
Children are accepted, but the main appeal will be to couples who want to immerse themselves in the wonderfully atmospheric romance of the resort.
It will combine wonderfully with several of our hotels in Bangkok where we suggest either Chatrium Riverside. Outside of Bangkok, we recommend Tubkkak Krabi, Layana Koh Lanta, Sarojin Khao Lak, Devasom Khao Lak Beach Resort & Zazen on Koh Samui.
As the hotel is an almost totally wooden structure, smoking is not permitted within the hotel grounds /public areas or guest rooms including balcony/patio. There are smoking areas close to the hotel entrance.
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Chiang Mai is the 2nd city of Thailand but is just a fraction of the size of Bangkok. It is compact, bustling and despite some recent development, it retains a market town atmosphere. It is the main gateway to the region. Flying time from Bangkok 60 minutes. Chiang Rai is in the extreme northeast of the country, even smaller and more traditional, with the focal point of interest being the Golden Triangle, the area where Thailand, Laos and Burma (Myanmar) all meet.
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