Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand
Go: Built in the late 1800’s, 137 Pillars House is a teak wood building providing splendid rooms, accommodating staff and a convenient location for exploring. Choose from several suite options, all offering large terraces with expansive daybeds and signature planters rattan rocking chairs. From the one king bedroom Rajah Brooke Suites to Louis Leonowens Pool Suites offering an infinity pool and feature garden wall, guests will all find the perfect accommodations for them at 137 Pillars House.
Proudly showing off the elegance of the Orient, 137 Pillars House offers modern luxury and fine cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner both in restaurant setting and al fresco locations. From farm fresh ingredients to traditional Thai and Asian cuisines, all guests will find something that interests the palette at 137 Pillars House. Grab a handcrafted cocktail at Jack Bain’s Bar or savor outside Afternoon Tea in the tropical garden.
Enter the on-site Nitra Serenity Centre and integrate the Seven Pillars of Wellness into your daily life. Focused on exercise, diet, mindfulness, restoration, evolution, expression and social interaction, all guests at 137 Pillars House will leave the spa invigorated and energized. Soak up some rays at the outdoor pool or focus on your fitness at the on-site gym.
Experience the greatest that Chiang Mai has to offer at 137 Pillars House, a simple tuk tuk ride away from the city center.
And Do Good: To coincide with World Elephant Day, 137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts launched an amazing collaboration with the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai to raise awareness and funds for them globally. Despite suffering a pandemic with limited guests, and thru the link, the hotel was able to raise over $11,000USD in that time.
In addition, 137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts supports the local Wat Ket Community through providing monthly cleaning and helping with maintenance at the museum at Wat Ket Temple, initiating and join ing community clean up of the neighborhood and providing help with mosquito management initiatives that eliminate breeding areas, thus minimizing chemical spraying.
137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts also supports Wat Don Chan Temple and Children’s Orphanage, visiting quarterly with food and supplies to help take care of the 500 children in their care. Prior to the pandemic, 137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts would prepare special lunch for the children and now takes provisions and supplies to them.