A stay on the Riverside in Chiang Mai is all about relaxation, and the finest hotels and resorts strive to provide the necessary leisure facilities, gorgeous views and diligent service to truly maximise your down time. It is one of the finest areas in the world for visitors who want to get away from it all yet have the convenience of a city just 10 minutes away.  Our list of the 5 Best Hotels in Chiang Mai Riverside have been carefully picked and we stand by our decisions. Have a look and book the one that suits – you won’t be disappointed!

1. Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa

The outside of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa looks rather like an impressive wooden box, but once you step through the doors of this 84 room luxury boutique by the river, you are transported into a colonial wonderland, surrounded by reflecting ponds covered in water lilies, and lit up with floating candles at night.Your eye is drawn towards the river, past the original 1920s building that used to house the British Consulate but now serves fresh pastries and juices at breakfast and an east-meets-west fusion menu for lunch and dinner with the best of Europe, India, Japan and Korea covered on the extensive menu.

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2. Rati Lanna hotel

Rati Lanna hotel is a low-rise 75 room boutique hotel on the banks of the Mae Ping River.You are welcomed by friendly staff, who do all they can to ensure that you have a stress-free stay, whether you want to explore the great sights of Chiang Mai, make the most of the fantastic spa treatments or even learn how to create delicious Thai dishes at their on-site cooking classes.The hotel has incorporated plenty of northern Thai style into the design, from the intricate fresh flower displays to the impressive golden Buddha to the right hand side of reception, a miniature representation of the one found in Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon.

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3. RarinJinda Wellness Spa Resort

RarinJinda Wellness Spa Resort is a five star boutique hotel set amongst the hills of Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand.Starting with the deluxe room, which is a spacious 46 square metres with a modern yet natural feel to them.The colour palette is kept simple, with orange tones and plenty of wood.Through the frosted glass shutters you will find the large green tiled bathroom with a large tub, hair dryer and robes and slippers.In room technology includes air-conditioning, wireless internet connection, television with cable channels and hot drinks making facilities.For quiet nights in, a DVD player is also available for hire.

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4. Aruntara Hotel

Aruntara Hotel has twenty five rooms for you to choose from.Select from the Elephant Suite, White Elephant Suite or a Deluxe room.The four White Elephant Suites overlook the Ping River and decorated in earthy tones with daybeds and double beds.All rooms in the hotel are air conditioned with tea and coffee making facilities, TV and DVD players, mini bar, desk and a complimentary bath robe.The hotel has a lovely roof top garden where you can relax after a busy day in the city, swimming pool with sun deck, car hire, gift shop full of interesting things from all over Thailand and a tour desk to help you organise any sightseeing in the surrounding areas.

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5. The Rimping Village

The Rimping Village is a charming four star property located just a 15 minute drive east of Chiang Mais central historic walled city center, along the Mae Ping River.Guests staying here will enjoy the history in the surrounding community, named Wat Kate, which was the trading area of Chiang Mai in days long past, where diverse cultures mixed together.The main drawing point to this hotel is their superb staff, and excellently manicured hotel grounds.The most popular hotspots of Chiang Mai, including the nearby Night Bazaar and weekend walking markets, as well as the centuries-old temples within the walled city center can all be reached easily on foot.

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