Comforting and energizing hospitality arrives in the renowned northern Thai city.
Bangkok, Thailand -- Novotel has made its debut in Chiang Mai. Each Novotel is a destination itself and the opening of Novotel Chiang Mai Nimman Journeyhub offers travellers an added choice of accommodation to enjoy the historical city known as the Rose of the North.
Located in the heart of Nimman area, the hotel features 202 rooms and suites with a 55-inch smart TV, minibar and spacious bathroom with separate bathtub and shower. Selected rooms also feature private balconies and garden access.
“We are excited to broaden the range of offerings to travellers with the first Novotel in Chiang Mai. When staying at Novotel, every traveller discovers a space where they can make themselves comfortable and relax with stylish area that offers designer touches and an interactive games zone for kids,” said Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer of Accor, Upper Southeast & Northeast Asia and the Maldives.
The signature all-day dining restaurant Food Exchange serves a range of authentic northern Thai and international cuisine. Drinks, pastries and light bites are available at Gourmet Bar, set in the hotel’s garden alfresco atrium. Offering a variety of drinks against a musical backdrop, the Rooftop Pool Bar also offers best seats in the house for a sundowner.
A fitness centre and rooftop swimming pool fitness enthusiasts to reenergize and cool off between city or nature excursions.
For meetings, events and weddings, the hotel features four meeting rooms and a pillar-less ballroom that overlooks the tranquil garden atrium can accommodate up to 240 guests.
Some of Chiang Mai’s most exciting lifestyle and shopping centres are within walking distance from the hotel, including Maya Lifestyle Mall, One Nimman Mall, Think Park Mall, and Rin Kham Night Market. Also located a short stroll from the hotel is Wua Lai Walking Street which opens on Saturday nights and the Wororot Night Market.
“With the opening of Novotel Chiang Mai Nimman Journeyhub, we are delighted to offer a space in which guests and locals can have a drink, grab a bite to eat, work, play or just relax. The hotel lies at the crossroads of French hospitality and fascinating Thai Lanna culture for which the city is renowned” said Cedric Lafargue, General Manager of Novotel Chiang Mai Nimman Journeyhub.