- 3D2N stay for 2 for $138 (up to $242 value)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for $205 (up to $363 value)
- 5D4N stay for 2 for $265 (up to $483 value)
- 6D5N stay for 2 for $325 (up to $604 value)
Hotel at a glance
Nestled within the Chiang Mai mountain range amidst the emerald of tropical rainforests is the Away Chiang Mai - Hot Springs Resort. Part of the Doi Saket area set 25km away from the city centre, the hotel offers guests a retreat close to the allure of nature complete with hot springs, trekking trails, and more. The hotel’s rustic brown colour scheme and sapphire swimming pools give way to the white walls and parquet floorings of the hotel’s rooms and villas, each bearing wooden fixtures reminiscent of ancient Thai finesse.
- Take a dip in the hotel’s 80-metre long swimming pool, or embark on a cycling journey through the roads around the hotel that are abundant in local flora. Alternatively, keep fitness levels at their peak in the hotel’s fitness centre.
- Marvel at stalactites and stalagmites at the Chiang Dao Caves, the Thai umbrellas at Bor Sang’s Sankampaeng Village, as well as the geysers at the natural hot spring a five-minute walk away from the hotel.
- 50 sqm room
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults OR 2 adults and 1 child aged 12 and below per room. 3rd guest subject to additional charges.
- Coffee shop
- Poolside bar
- Airport transfer
- Car hire
- Bicycle rental
- BBQ facilities
- Shuttle service
- Business center
- Express check-in/check-out
- Family room
- Meeting facilities
- Private check in/check out
- Shared lounge/TV area
- Children’s playground
- Dart board
- Fitness centre
- Games room
- Hot spring bath
- Kids club
- Outdoor pool
- Yoga room
Add-ons (payable direct to hotel)
- Extra bed with breakfast for adult aged 13 and above: THB1,000 per person per night.
- Extra bed with breakfast for child aged 4 - 12: THB500 per person per night.
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for child aged 1 - 3: Free of charge
Chiang Mai, Thailand: What to see and do
The northern region of Thailand is strikingly different from the south; the towns flourish against a background of mountains, the weather is cooler, and life is a little more laid-back here. The cities of the north retain much of its characteristics from its time as part of the Kingdom of Lanna, and a trip through Chiang Mai will reveal a community that is deeply-rooted in tradition yet vigorously embraces modernity. It is possible to explore much of the city on foot, but songthaew – covered pick-up trucks, tuk tuks, and motorbikes can be hired to ferry you from one place to another. Start your journey in the Old City, once a thriving city square guarded by walls and circled by a moat, but now all that is left is the memory of an exotic past that lives on in the Buddhist temples within this compound. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep lies in the outskirts of the city on a mountaintop, and you can walk up the 300 steps of the intricate Naga Serpent staircase to reach the summit and be rewarded with a view of the golden spire, temple with multi-tiered arched roofs, and surrounding scenery.
Visit Baanchang Elephant Park to meet the Asiatic elephants, and experience a day in the life of a mahout, where you will learn to bond, guide, and ride on one of these gentle giants, and splash around in the river with them during bath times. As the day comes to an end, make your way back to the city in time to catch the Night Bazaar, a kilometre long stretch of road filled with stalls selling fashion items, handicrafts, and local produce. Towards the south of the street, the Night Bazaar branches off into the Anusarn Night Market, a food haven where you can find street snacks like deep-fried pork rinds, freshly grilled seafood, and soup noodles.