Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort Debuts Its Grand Deluxe Rooms

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    Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort is pleased to announce the launch of the highly-anticipated Grand Deluxe rooms. Specifically designed for the resort’s most discerning travelers, the Grand Deluxe rooms will offer 66 square meters of contemporary luxury. Chic and stylish with a focus on the arts, an inspiring atmosphere, and innovative cuisine, Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort promises an enchanting stay for any traveler or adventurer with the desire to discover travel with a new perspective.

    Le Méridien Chiang Rai offers 159 spacious and contemporary guestrooms and suites. Located in the resort’s newest wing, the thirty Grand Deluxe rooms are the focal point of Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort and combine the best of beauty, comfort, and convenience. Each Grand Deluxe room offers stunning views of the Mae Kok River and the resort’s lake set against a mountainous background from an expansive private balcony, which also provides direct access to the three-tier infinity swimming pool. Inspired by the Lanna culture of Thailand, the Grand Deluxe rooms effortlessly blend Lanna architecture and culture with timeless elegance and design.

    Guestrooms were designed with the sophisticated traveler in mind and define contemporary luxury. Each Grand Deluxe rooms offers sumptuous sitting and work areas, the Le Méridien Signature Bed, state-of-the-art technology, private dressing room and walk-in closet, modern bathroom with separate bath and rainforest shower, in addition to an array of VIP amenities. The Grand Deluxe room’s contemporary bathroom is complemented with Le Méridien Chiang Rai’s luxurious “Cing Mondes” amenities, exclusively prepared to enhance each guest’s experience.

    Poised along the Mae Kok River and surrounded by two majestic 100-year-old rain trees, the resort is located in Thailand’s premier hillside resort community in the country’s northernmost province, a region known for its breathtaking mountain scenery, Buddhist shrines and ancient ruins. Located mere minutes from Chiang Rai International Airport and a one-hour drive from the Golden Triangle – where Myanmar, Laos and Thailand converge – Chiang Rai offers guests an accessible yet stimulating cultural retreat away from the tourist destination of Chiang Mai.

    Daniel Fountain / 27.04.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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