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Rachamankha Chiang Mai
Rachamankha Chiang Mai is a 4 stars hotel located in 6 Rachamankha 9, Phra Singh 50200 Chiang Mai
Rachamankha Chiang Mai
The Rachamankha Hotel Chiang Mai has been built on a location where it is surrounded by distinctive courtyards full of rich and undeniable beauty that will mesmerize its guests during their stay in the hotel. The posh and chic haven reflects the traditional heritage and culture of ancient Chiang Mai where an intimate retreat is made. Once Main Photoinside the Rachamankha Hotel, the embellishments beautifying the place is the abstract combination of pure white walls that illuminate a spacious area, beautiful raw silk to add elegance to the space, plus a collection of fascinating antiques and art from Asia.
Inspired by the 11th century Chinese homes with a fusion of the northern Thai style, the Thai architect who designed the Rachamankha Chiang Mai also incorporated the scheme and style of Thailands tradition and culture to pay respect to the beautiful city of Chiang Mai. In the hotel are astonishingly lavish hidden gardens as well as courtyards that replicate a whimsical and dreamy atmosphere, and a library that contains more than 2,000 books about the culture, history, art, and architecture of Thailand.
Also within the Rachamankha Hotel Chiang Mai, you will find an open-air massage area that overlooks the calm and tranquil pool, and also the handsomely set dining area. Here, they serve a variety of traditional meals from the Lanna Thai, Shan, and Burmese period where guests can dine outdoors in one of the intimate patios there.
Rachamankha, a member of secret retreats is the best hotel to stay in when visiting the beautiful city of Chiang Mai because of its secluded and tranquil environment that is away from the busy and bustling city life. Although the hotel has a semi-cosmopolitan address, the tranquil and serene environment surrounding one of the luxury hotels Chiang Mai gives you a feeling of being miles away from the rich and extravagant chaos of the largest city in northern Thailand.
Partly because of its architecture and design keeps the Rachamankha Chiang Mai peaceful, tranquil, and quiet since the main building is fashioned after a chapel found in one of the temples in the area. Furthermore, the building also situates at the edge of the town where the only undesired wake-up calls would usually come from roosters during the day.
Set in the Rachamankha hotel is an elegant and amicable theme due to the incorporated Lanna-style architecture which has decorated almost every part of one of the luxury hotels Chiang Mai. The spacious public areas where guests can stroll and take in the beautiful scenery of the hotel is delicately illuminated with elegant white and plush chocolate brown furniture, which are all accentuated by exotic yet brilliant orchids, traditional Chinese antiques, hand-carved wooden doors, and noteworthy artworks that have come from the exquisite country of Laos. Further infusing the simple and unique theme of the hotel, guest rooms in the Rachamankha Hotel Chiang Mai faces the courtyard and garden where lush, red and white bougainvillea marvelously decorates the wide and spacious area.
Located next to the most famous temple in Thailand, the Wat Phra Singh, Rachamankha Chiang Mai hotel is also close to several other major temples that rest within the area. Additionally, the hotel can also be found near the recently rebuilt ancient capital city of Wiang Kum Kam, and is also within the area of Tha Phae Gate which is another historical site and home to the Meng Memorial Bridge and the citys famous night market.
Rachamankha Hotel Chiang Mai Rooms
There are 25 sublimely designed guestrooms present in the hotel; incorporating the Lanna style and theme to revive a more traditional yet tranquil ambiance for every guest to experience. All the rooms are adorned with specific antiques and pieces from the owners cherished heirlooms, figurines, furnishings, as well as artworks that even include centuries-old manuscripts and illustrated books of Buddhist moral stories.
Asian-inspired motifs and other pleasing luxuries are also added to decorate this temperate space; with bamboo blinds, Lanna lanterns, plus reed mats and other decorative items such as Burmese art-pieces and Chinese porcelain sinks in the bathroom. Their well-ventilated second-floor where the deluxe suites are located provide four-poster beds and spacious bath areas to provide a more comforting and relaxing space for all the guests who wish to relax and unwind.
All the contemporary rooms in the Rachamankha Chiang Mai are provided with mini-bars and refrigerators while their bathrooms have slippers for the guests and bathrobes as well. The rooms also have flat-screen television sets with satellite or cable channels with movies on demand to entertain guests who wish to take comfort within the confines of their rooms.
Among the most popular room choices of guests visiting the Rachamankha Hotel Chiang Mai are the deluxe rooms. There are only four of these rooms and two are located on the hotels ground floor area while the other two are located on the first floor. These are sized at 40 square meters where silk adorned canopy king-size beds are fitted in perfectly in the area. Also themed with 19th century Chinese furniture plus artistically made Asian art, these rooms also include en-suite half bathrooms to indulge the guests who relax and bathe with luxury and style.
These courtyard rooms are situated along the two lavish courtyard gardens; each room is measured at 32 square meters where twin single beds or king-size beds fit perfectly in the still spacious room. To create a more tranquil and cozy ambiance, their Chinese furniture from the 19th century combined with the seductively decorated Asian art completes the luxurious feel and environment within the Rachamankha.
Dining in the Rachamankha Chiang Mai is exceptionally phenomenal since they serve delicacies that are Thai-focused fusion dishes artistically plated on Chinese traditional platters. WiFi connection is readily available in their library which is close to the poolside area where you can have delicious cocktails made right at the lithograph-laden bar. If you wish to be adventurous when it comes to trying a variety of dishes, head out into the citys famous Night Market to delight yourself with a wide range of exotic street cuisine.
The opulent and luxurious dining room in Rachamankha Hotel Chiang Mai is the only area within the hotel that is open to individuals who are non-guests of Rachamankha. The area is small but is intimate and tranquil where the tables are covered with pure white linen with Ming-styled porcelain items, plus heavy silverware and antiquities thailand-travel-rachamankha-chiang-mai-diningfrom the olden Lanna-period. Here, they serve the guests succulent European and authentic Thai dishes which will surely make everyones mouth water. After a meal, you can head for the hotels bar that is located next to the restaurant; a charming and pretty area to have some tasteful cocktails or a calming cup of tea, and even a delicious cup of coffee to wake and energize you for the night.
Facilities and Services
The whole of the Rachamankha provides free WiFi for its guests, plus they offer a variety of conveniences such as valet parking, express check-in and check-out, and an outdoor pool, just to name a few. The hotel also has a massage service area, coffee bar and meeting rooms to handle certain events.
The hotel spa offers massage services that are performed by professional masseuses and these include the Thai Herbal Hot-Compress Massage, Reflexology, Foot Massage, the Traditional Thai Massage, an Anti-Cellulite Massage, Athletic Massage, and also an Aromatherapy Oil Massage. Just note that all of the massage services provided by the hotels spa are by appointment only.
On the second floor of the Rachamankhas restaurant building is their boutique that have unique yet gorgeous pieces created by local designers within the area. There is also a range of antiques and interesting books all about culture, regions, the people in the area, plus the history of Chiang Mai and even the whole of Thailand. The boutique is open daily from 8 in the morning until 10 in the evening.