With 69 rooms, this is no small hotel, but it uses Feng Shui to blend into its environment, among rice and tea terraces, natural forest and mountain streams.
The landscaping and water features are intended to impart a sense of natural balance and harmony.
Two zones represent the cultural heritage of northern Thailand, and contemporary Veranda style. Among the rooms on offer are private cottages with self-contained spas (large sunken baths, steam showers and twin treatment beds) – so you don’t have to leave your room to be pampered.
Should you decide you want to, though, you can spend all day in the Ozone rooftop infinity pool, surrounded by mountain views, and all night at the Rabiang Cha restaurant, set beneath a clear glass roof and endless stars. RM
Images: Veranda Chiang Mai