The 30-room X2 Chiang Mai Riverside Resort has
The resort boasts a prime waterfront location
just a 20-minute drive
from Chiang Mai International Airport and 10 minutes
from the centre of the old city, the Sunday Night Walking Street, and famous Night Bazaar.
The X2 Chiang Mai Riverside Resort offers spacious
rooms and suites ranging from 50 to 177.5 square metres in size. Two Tamarind Suites
overlook the resort’s green inner courtyard, while 20 Riverfront
Suites feature balconies with river views. The six Grand Suite
River View include a separate indoor seating area and the two Pool
Suite River View open onto their own gardens with 10-metre private
All the accommodation options come with comfort spring
beds, 42-inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TVs, complimentary high-speed
Wi-Fi, coffee machines and electron charging stations. Those
staying in a Pool Suite River View also get a
complimentary mini bar, oversized bathtub for two, and a secluded
garden seating area facing the river.
When they are not
relaxing on their furnished balcony, guests can stroll along a
riverside path right in front of the resort, go kayaking on the
river, or head up to the rooftop, which offers a gym, a rooftop pool complete with sunken loungers. Open exclusively to resort guests, the
intimate yet spacious rooftop space also has a bar and provides
the perfect place for a cocktail while watching the sun sink
behind the iconic Doi Suthep mountain range.
“The property was built on the site of an old rice winery
and we actually unearthed some antique remnants during
General Manager, X2 Chiang Mai Riverside Resort. “Great effort went into preserving the natural features
of the estate, which included a dramatic row of 120-year-old
tamarind trees, all of which remain standing as part of the
hotel’s unique character.”
Also set to push the
envelope is the resort’s Oxygen Dining Room, which features a menu
created by consulting Michelin-starred chef from France.
Known for his Michelin-starred
restaurant L’Auberge de la Charme in Dijon, France, Chef Nicolas Isnard’s menu is prepared by the
restaurant’s Executive Chef Alexandre Demard and his team.
“Thai cuisine offers some of the most
thrilling flavours, textures and ingredients in the world,” says
Chef Nicolas. “At Oxygen Dining Room we’ve created a very special
space where diners can discover a new level of Thai gastronomy
blending time honoured Thai flavours with refined French
preparation techniques – all in a setting that rivals some of the
best restaurants in the world.”
Another unique food and beverage offering at X2
Chiang Mai Riverside Resort is
the cosmopolitan H20 Water Bar & Tea Lounge, which has a selection of imported and infused waters, an
extensive loose leaf tea selection, and a menu of delectable
desserts created by the restaurant team.
“As the first X2
Resort in Chiang Mai, we’re proud to bring our renowned
hospitality brand’s signature style and service to the region and
fully expect the resort to become known as one of Chiang Mai’s
leading boutique hotels,” added Mr. Taylor.
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