Located on the tranquil banks of the Ping River, the new X2 (Cross To) Chiang Mai Riverside Resort offers a collection of calming experiences that connect with the gentle local culture while also being at one with nature, enabling guests to enjoy another side to the city during a stay at the luxury boutique hideaway.
Just minutes away from the hectic city centre, guests at X2 (Cross To) Chiang Mai Riverside Resort can kick back and escape from it all while enjoying leafy, serene riverside surroundings. Whether its a long bubbly breakfast on the river view terrace, an exquisite meal under one of the resort’s 100-year-old tamarind trees, paddling along the river bank in one of the hotel’s complimentary canoes, or exploring on foot along the riverside path – this new boutique hotel beautifully showcases the hidden charms of northern Thailand’s cultural capital.
Chiang Mai offers so much to see and explore, and X2 (Cross To) Chiang Mai Riverside Resort combines easy access to the city’s highlight attractions while remaining a place to recharge and enjoy the blissfully calm and laid-back ambience. The property embodies the beauty and heritage of its setting, away from the bustling city centre, which allows guests to peacefully immerse themselves in nature as they wander through the heritage-inspired grounds, which include a wishing well, a dramatic arched river view hall and a generous waterfront lawn.
Unique guest experiences include wine tasting sessions with selections from an extensive global wine list, sampling creative cocktails at the rooftop bar at dusk, and exploring exquisite culinary creations at one of the best restaurants in Thailand – Oxygen Dining Room– the first restaurant in Chiang Mai to receive consultation from a Michelin-starred chef, setting a new standard for gourmet experiences.
Located just nine minutes from the city’s famous Night Bazaar, X2 (Cross To) Chiang Mai Riverside Resort is also within easy reach of the city’s famous walled heritage district, known for its small winding lanes, myriad temples and Sunday Walking Street market.