"This luxurious 30-suite boutique Hotel is built around a colonial teak homestead built in the 1880's."
Located in a leafy residential enclave a few minutes walk from the historical Wat Gate Temple, the hotel is close to the Ping River and boutique shopping area.
Four stunning suite types range from 70 -135 square meters; two with small private pools. Tiled verandas, cane shades, rattan furniture and free standing Victorian baths are reminders of days gone by, blend with modern facilities including outdoor gardens showers, flat screen televisions and WiFi. A range of bespoke dining options include Palette Restaurant, Jack Bain’s Bar, The Parlor, Wine Cellar, The Dining Room, Kitchen and Private Dining, using organic ingredients from the Hotel’s garden. Recreation facilities include the Spa, Gymnasium and Swimming Pool.
Architectural historians and conservationists worked meticulously to conserve the integrity of the original 1889 structure at 137 Pillars House ensuring truly distinctive luxury accommodation in Chiang Mai. Guests can look forward to the same nostalgic ambience in all 30 suites, along with modern comforts and conveniences that you would expect at the finest Chiang Mai luxury hotel.
To enhance the restorative experience at 137 Pillars House, we recommend at least one day in the sun or shade by our 25 metres long swimming pool that is set alongside the iconic garden wall. Guests who wish to workout, at any hour, can find the latest weight training and cardio machines in The Gym or spaces to practice yoga throughout our meditative environment. Known to be one of the most rejuvenating luxury boutique hotels in Chiang Mai, you can find soothing and uplifting therapies including Thai and Aromatherapy massage delivered at The Spa or in the privacy of your suite by our experienced therapists.
- Personal butler
- 24-hour Medical
- Swimming pool
From breakfast in bed or on your veranda, to lunch under the sun or well-shaded daybed by the shimmering infinity pool and on to intimate dinners set up just for you in secluded tropical nooks around our bucolic grounds or throughout the day in the dramatic Dining Room, meals at 137 Pillars House are gastronomic memories in the making. In between, take afternoon tea among living history in The Parlor and freshly-concocted sundowners in Jack Bain’s Bar. Explore Chiang Mai in style by allowing us to prepare the signature 137 Pillars House Picnic, a hamper generously-filled with delectable edibles, accompanied by champagne and flutes for toasting your adventures on elephant back, mountain top or along the romantic Mae Ping River.
Chiang Mai has a very hot climate, with temperatures close to and above 30°C almost all year round. There are three main seasons - from the end of October through to February it is the 'cool' season, but temperatures still remain above 20°C on average. This is the most preferable time to visit the city, as the heat will not be overwhelming when exploring the region. The temperature then peaks sharply from March to May, and days are long and sunny during this period. From June on to late October you should expect frequent rain and thunder showers, although temperatures remain high.
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"This beautiful Thai region boasts curious hill tribes and sprawling temple complexes which are perfect for adventuring."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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