Why we like it
- Luxury boutique hotel exuding old-world charm and jungle chic in the northern city of Chiang Mai
- Situated near the Mae Ping River and close to many cultural attractions, such as Wat Gate and Nimmanhaemin Road
- Originally built in 1889, the building still retains many of its characteristic architectural heritage features
- A cosy environment, with just 30 suites, contemporary in décor with modern comforts
- Two quality restaurants offer unique exquisite cuisine using fresh organic ingredients, while the Parlor Lounge serves up a scrumptious high noon tea in a classic style
About 137 Pillars House
Situated amongst a beautiful tropical setting in northern Thailand, 137 Pillars House is a boutique hotel that displays many of its original architectural charms and old world elegance. With just 30 suites, it's easy to escape the stresses of daily life and immerse yourself into a tropical haven for ultimate relaxation. The Rajah Brooke Suite, East Borneo Suite, William Bain Terrace Suite and Louis Leonowens Pool Suite all boast large amounts of space with cosy King beds, lavish free standing Victorian bath tubs and both indoor and outdoor showers within their own private gardens. Taste the gastronomic delicacies of traditional Thai cuisine at the magnificent Dining Room or the intimate Palette Restaurant. As the sun sets head to the historic sophistication of Jack Bain's bar to sip on classic cocktails and premium whiskeys. Your memories of 137 Pillars House will stay with you long after you leave.