Na Nirand Romantic Boutique ResortThe Dreamy Charm of the Bygone Days
every time when we mention ‘Chiangmai’, misty mountains, colourful flowers, and charming Lanna culture immediately comes to mind.
The historic city is not just the centre of northern Thailand economy, but its wonderful natural attractions, excellentaccommodations,
delectable food, and amazing shopping experience makes this old city very easy to fall in love with.
With a wide range of accommodation available, the question is ‘where to stay?’ You may go through hundreds of accommodation choices,
but ultimately it comes to only a few handful hotels if luxury comfort and memorable experience are what you seek. Hidden amidst
the urbanized city center, ‘Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort’ is easily one of the most charming hotels in the city.
This unique hotel seamlessly combines legendary stories of its location to the enchanting art of traditional Lanna and modern comfort.
It’s intriguing just by looking at the exterior, so why not check-in and see what makes Na Nirand not just the place to stay, but the place to be.
Located on Charoenprathet Road in the heart of the city, the timeless charm of Lanna isn’t the only highlight of Na Nirand. This historic
area was the heart of logging industry, especially teak, during the reign of King Rama V. The old Forestry Office is merely a few steps away,
and the atmosphere of the bygone days still linger.
Legend says that the towering Rain Tree in the hotel was planted by Mr. H. Slade, the first Conservator of Forests, over a century ago. Its
roots and branches became an integral part of the location, and to this day, the elegant tree of history still stands tall and beautiful as the
landmark of Na Nirand Romantic Resort.
As a ‘romantic resort’, Na Nirand tells the story of eternal love between a beautiful girl descended from the Ruler of Lamphun and
a regular Bangkok man. Their love nest, “Baan Thab Phaya,” still stands on its original location, waiting for visitors to discover the legend
and understand the definition of true love.
Graceful Lanna atmosphere during the reign of King Rama V becomes the first impression as you enter the gate of Na Nirand. The
charming hotel features 6 Colonial Lanna buildings that blends the unique character of Lanna style to western architecture, leaving its
guests in the atmosphere of the past.
Stylishly layout to evoke the sense of living in a Lanna palace with giant rain tree as its heart, Na Nirand offers an undeniably peaceful
and romantic ambience, as well as a perfect location to relax and explore the surroundings – so perfect that you may wish time would stop for
you to forever be here.
The interior and the rooms are simply a blessing! Not only that each room is generously equipped with sumptuous amenities, each room
type tells its own story through its unique charm and style – just like walking into an art gallery.
The resort’s 45 rooms and suites are categorized into Deluxes, Corner Suites, and Riverfront Colonial Suites, all with private balcony. The
Deluxe, the most basic, yet extremely impressive option, is available in Romantic Lanna Deluxe, Romantic Lanna Grand Deluxe, and
Romantic Lanna Royal Deluxe. As the word “Lanna” suggests, the rooms emphasize on blending local traditional Lanna art and style to
luxury comfort, from bed and wall decorations and floor tiles, to northern artworks and rattan furniture.
The Corner Suites are always in high demand as there are only 2 suites in the hotel (one the upper floor and another on the lower floor). With
bigger room, there are plenty more space for deco and amenities. Double as wall deco, the headboard is the work of Lanna wood carving
art that harmoniously blends to framed traditional Lanna fabrics and hardwood floor.
At the most elegant end, the House of Colonial offers an ultimate serenity and privacy with 4 Riverfront Colonial Suites, each uniquely
decorated in different style, including Harmonious British-Indian, Burmese Dream, Enchanted Chinese, and Siamese Love. The
Harmonious British-Indian boasts bright white tone in contrast with Indian style dark wood furniture, while the Enchanted Chinese delivers
a story of the close bond between Siam and China, the Burmese Dreams allows you to be transported to the colonial era with wooden and
rattan furniture and engraved redwood walls that tell the stories of their origin and Siamese Love will make you fall in love with its reserved
Special Service for Special Guests
Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort offers all guest much more than just romantic accommodations. If you crave delicious Thai, Lanna
fusion, or a variety of international food, ‘TIME Riverfront Cuisine & Bar’ serves a sumptuous menu in an industrial vintage atmosphere.
There is also a rooftop wine bar for a relaxing pre or post dinner drink with 360 degree views. Soon you’ll be able to indulge in a physical and
mental relaxation journey at Na Nirand Spa. Experience a massage style unique to the Na Nirand Spa with spa products from HARNN, the
premium Thai brand that has achieved internationally recognized quality standards.
Exploring the hotel ground may prove to be a very pleasing journey. In a short stroll, you’ll find Huan Kammung, a unique Lanna style teak
house stands distinctly tall, raised on stilts to portray Lanna life in the past.
On the inside, seats and reclining areas are set up in various corners and a small library is offered for guests to read more about the Thai
Lanna history and culture. The facility is also available for private functions if you wish to host parties, exhibitions, or engagement parties
to small weddings.
And since Na Nirand is located in the heart of the city, Chiangmai’s famous attractions like Chai Mongkol Temple and Night Bazaar are just a
few stone’s throw away, meaning that your peaceful hideaway will never be far from all the actions.
Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort 1/1
Soi 9, Charoenprathet Road, Tambon Changklan, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)53 280 988, +66 (0) 62 875 2401
Fax: +66 (0)53 280 989
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