Distinctively blending the old with the new, the 30-room X2 Chiang Mai Riverside stands out from its peers with a prime waterfront location, spacious, stylish accommodation, a stunning rooftop pool and constantly evolving menus of world-class, Michelin cuisine.
Drawing upon Chiang Mai’s iconic Wat Umong as inspiration: a forest temple known for its unique tunnels and meditation spaces, while also referencing Chiang Mai’s ancient walled city; guests have a choice of chic and well-appointed rooms and suites each boasting subtle Thai décor touches and red brick walls to reflect the Lanna architectural influence.
Two Tamarind Suites overlook the resort’s green inner courtyard, while 20 Riverfront Suites feature balconies with river views.
The six Grand River View suites include a separate indoor seating area and the two Pool River Suites open onto their own gardens with ten-metre private pools.
After relaxing on their furnished balcony, guests can stroll along a peaceful riverside path that is located in front of the resort, go kayaking along the river or head up to the resort’s rooftop which offers a fully equipped gym, generous lap pool complete with sunken loungers and a kid’s pool overlooking the property’s grand tamarind trees and river frontage.
Open exclusively to resort guests, the intimate yet spacious rooftop space also has a bar and provides the perfect place for a cocktail while watching the sun sink behind the iconic Doi Suthep mountain range.
The resort’s Oxygen Dining Room is the first restaurant in Chiang Mai to boast consultation from a Michelin-starred chef.
Nestled beneath the leafy tamarind trees and facing the Mae Ping River, the contemporary glass-house restaurant offers a completely fresh concept for in-house guests and outside diners.
French-born chef Nicolas Isnard’s creative interpretations of Thai and International dishes lean heavily on fresh local, seasonal ingredients with dishes created to meet the highest French culinary standards.
X2 Chiang Mai Riverside Resort is conveniently located within easy access of all that Chiang Mai has to offer.
Just a 20-minute drive from Chiang Mai International Airport, the resort is ten minutes from the centre of the Old City, known for its small winding lanes, myriad temples and Sunday Night Walking Street, and only nine minutes to the famous Night Bazaar.