Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai
89/8 Chang Klan Road, Muang, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand
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Chiang Mai is a vibrant city with a myriad of seductive attractions. You choose to stay at Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai, as it is conveniently located within the bustling centre of this culturally rich city.
You head to Pool Bar for a quiet drink. Time stands still as you watch the sun set, the fiery ball of red dipping down into the mountains. This is a moment you’ll want to savour for a lifetime.
You start the day by taking a rickshaw ride down the small quiet lanes within the old town. You explore the many curio and antique shops nestled in teakwood houses. You also enjoy wandering around shady tree-lined lanes that lead to numerous Thai Buddhist temples. Afternoon arrives, and you hop on an elephant’s back on a trek up the rolling mountains.
You have thoroughly enjoyed your Chiang Mai excursions and you return to your room to rest. Your suite is beautifully appointed in a contemporary Northern Thai style. The luxurious bedroom is cosy with plenty of throw pillows and mood lighting, including a daybed, ideal for quiet moments of relaxation. Special touches such as local celadon tea sets, Thai silk pillows, bed runners and artwork give the area a distinctive Chiang Mai charm.
After a short snooze, it’s time for dinner. You head to Kad Kafé, named after the local word for “market”. There you find a delicious international spread that includes Thai, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, European and Mediterranean specialties.
Now that you’re well-fed, you make your way to CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, for some pampering. You indulge in a traditional Thai massage. The combination of gentle rocking, deep stretching movements and compression of the spine energizes yet relaxes you.
The day’s memories flow through your mind and you feel a deep sense of peace. Here in your own haven within the city. Here at Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai.
The rooms are decorated with a generous use of teakwood and silk, evoking a Northern Thai “Lanna Rennaissance” theme.
An opulent yet cozy combination of rich fabrics, teakwood and expertly crafted Thai interiors gives these rooms warmth and comfort.
Horizon Club Deluxe Room
These rooms are decorated with a generous use of teakwood and silk, evoking a Northern Thai ‘Lanna Renaissance’ theme.
Horizon Club Premier Room
An opulent yet cozy combination of rich fabrics, teakwood and expertly crafted Thai interiors give these rooms warmth and comfort.
Executive Suite, with its extra living space and lounge area, is an ideal retreat for honeymooners, families and busy executives.
Aranda Suite is a luxurious three-bay, one-bedroom suite ideal for guests who require privacy.
Rich, authentic Thai interiors and furnishings make this suite the ideal choice for honeymooners, families and other discerning travellers.
Lotus Suite is a four-bay specialty suite, finely appointed with indigenous Thai materials and craftsmanship. It is luxurious yet homely, grand yet comfortable.
This five-bay suite provides an elegant, “Lanna Renaissance” retreat on the top floor of the hotel.
Revitalize and Rejuvenate
At Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai, you will find many opportunities for fitness, rejuvenation and relaxation.
The hotel offers a free-form outdoor pool, tennis courts and a fully equipped Fitness Centre with classes.
In addition, CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, offers large private spa suites, with a diverse menu of treatments based on traditional Asian healing principles.
- Kid’s Corner
- Fitness Centre
- Outdoor Jacuzzi
- Indoor Jacuzzi
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Outdoor Tennis Court
Chi, The Spa
CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, draws inspiration from the origins of the Shangri-La legend, a place of personal peace, enchantment and well-being.
CHI, The Spa, at Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai, is nestled within the beautifully landscaped gardens of the hotel, surrounded by a tranquil lotus pond. CHI has nine spacious en-suite villas and a yoga pavilion.
The spa’s treatment menu includes selections of Thai herbal and flower-based treatments. These treatments have their origins in local customs of the ancient kingdom of Lanna.
In traditional Chinese philosophy, ch’i or “Qi” is the universal life force that governs well-being and personal vitality. For good health to be maintained, it is believed thatch’i must flow freely within the body and, when blocked, “dis-ease” and illness follow.
Movement is therefore a key element in releasing blockages. Body massage, exercise, stretching, hydrotherapy, and movement of the mind through relaxation and meditation combine to assist the body’s natural renewal and form the basis of the CHI spa philosophy.
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