The best spa resorts in Chiang Mai contain some of the finest examples of holisical focused, ecologically responsible spa resorts in all of Thailand. Offering an incredible range of treatments along with healthy menus in the on site restaurants and graceful service that seems to flow as seamless as feng shui, any of the hotels in this collection are sure to offer a blissful stay in and around the northern town of Chiang Mai.

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. Ping Nakara Boutique Hotel & Spa

Ping Nakara Boutique Hotel & Spa has a riverside location and a colonial architecture is so perfectly maintained that you feel like you have stepped back in time.There are only 19 rooms at this five star boutique hotel, and each has its very own style, with matching wallpapers, furnishing and colours.The floors are teakwood and covered in Persian rugs and the ceiling are double sized.300 thread count cotton sheets can be found on the double beds, and each room as a table and chairs on the balcony as well as a comfortable sofa in the Royal Grand Deluxe rooms.There is a wide screen television with international channels and a wide selection in the mini bar and fridge.

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3. Tamarind Village

Tamarind Village is located in Chiang Mai and it got its name thanks to the fact that it is surrounded by imposing tamarind trees.The hotel is just a walk away from a local night bazaar and plenty of riverside restaurants that serve local dishes.There is also a popular Sunday Walking Street that takes place right in front of the hotel.There are a lot of attractions to see and they are within walking distance.Some of these attractions are WatChediLuang and ThaPae Gate.There are 45 non-smoking rooms that have everything that one can wish for.Every room has an interesting design that combines glamor with tribal patterns.

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4. 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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5. Jirung Health Village

Located in Mae Rim, Jirung Health Village is minutes from Tiger Kingdom and close to Bai Orchid and Butterfly Farm.Featured amenities include a computer station, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.Guests may use a round-trip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.

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