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137 Pillars House

Old-world elegance meets Lanna Thai charm in a restored 1889 building with 30 suites named after colonial-era explorers.
ADDRESS
2 Soi 1, Nawatgate Rd., Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Overview



Old-world elegance meets Lanna Thai charm in a restored 1889 building with 30 suites named after colonial-era explorers, such as Rajah Brooke, Louis Leonowens and William Bain. Interiors start at a generous 70 square meters and feature claw-foot bathtubs, tiled verandas and woven rattan chairs. The rooms come with all mod cons, including complimentary Wifi, climate control, and 400 thread-count bed linen and a big flat-screen TV. So it's the best of both worlds. For a colonial flashback, steeped in history, you can't beat high tea at The Lawn. This is also a stunning venue for business travelers to meet and brainstorm. 

T+L TIP History buffs, take note: the structure was once the East Borneo Company headquarters.



Tel +66 53 247 788

Website: 137pillarshouse.com
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Published on Feb 13, 2012

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