Only 15 minutes from the airport, you’ll find a peaceful tree-lined sanctuary set on the Ping River in the city center, walking distance to every city convenience. It’s finally back. 
Anantara Chiang Mai had to close twice during Covid—six months in 2020 and three more in 2021—but now they are back to fully functioning with a new rooftop champagne bar overlooking the Ping River and a 34-meter pool.
The rooftop champagne bar extends from The Service 1921, a steak restaurant set in the 100-year-old former British consulate serving prime meat cuts, in-house dry-aged beef, and local produce like the Surat Thani tiger prawns (B990), Japanese Miyazaki wagyu A4 (B2,490), and a 35-day dry-aged beef burger served with Gruyere cheese, bacon jam, crisp onion, truffle mayo, and pickle (B590).
There are 10 signature cocktails inspired by sparkling jewelry (because it’s a sparkling wine bar, get it?), with prices starting at B350. Grab the Mea-Kha-Nhing [morning frost] a mix of clarified rum, ginger, lemon cordial, orgeat syrup, vanilla floss, and sparkling wine. Or if you feel like popping a bottle, a bottle of prosecco starts at B1,750.
Room rates begin at B10,549 including breakfast for two, where you can have breakfast under a Bodhi tree, the “tree of awakening.”