|Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi Hotel
51/4 Chiang Mai - Sankampaeng Road Moo 1
T. Tasala A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50000, Thailand
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Spread over 60 acres of serene, natural
landscapes, incorporating picturesque
rice paddies, tropical hardwoods and
exotic plantations lies Mandarin
Oriental Dhara Dhevi, Chiang Mai.
Dhara Dhevi comes from
the Sanskrit words meaning “Star
Goddess”, epitomising romance,
mystique and legendary beauty, the same
qualities found at the resort.
The Resort’s design draws from authentic
Lanna structures - found across Northern
Thailand, South China, Laos and Myanmar
- and colonial splendour.
Traditional wooden rice barns, ornate
temple-like structures and magnificent
colonial mansions have been erected
in clusters, providing luxury accommodation,
restaurants and recreational areas.
The result is a beautiful and richly
restored heritage,creating an ambience
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Serving the finest French cuisine in
Thailand, the restaurant is located
in a magnificent Thai teak pavilion
overlooking the resort’s paddy fields.
Offering the finest authentic cuisine
from dining provinces around China,
the restaurant is housed in a two-storey
Sino-Portuguese style mansion.
A traditional Thai restaurant with cuisine
from northern and central Thailand,
the restaurant is nestled in a cluster
of traditional Lanna buildings.
All-day dinning serving international
cuisine, the terrace sits on the lower
deck of the Villa Lobby with views of
the paddy fields.
Adjoining the resort’s free-form Loy
Kham Pool, the bar serves signature
cocktails, juices and light snacks.
Located in the traditional northern
style boutique market, Kad Dhara, the
Oriental Shop offers pastries, ice cream
and the finest tea and coffee.
pronounced ‘day-va’, is the
Sanskrit word for celestial beings that
inhabit the heavenly realm. Dhevas led
a blissful existence, blessed with the
benefit of a powerful karmic rebirth.
The Dheva Spa at Mandarin Oriental
Dhara Dhevi is a destination spa in
itself with 3,100 square metres dedicated
to relaxation and well being. Modelled
on the Burmese royal palace that stood
near Mandalay in Myanmar, the spa
lobby is located at its centre with
an impressive seven-tier roof symbolizing
the seven steps to heaven, or nirvana.
Situated in a cluster of teak buildings,
next to the resort’s Villa Lobby it
comprises 25 treatment rooms and suites.
All treatment suites have been created
to ensure a truly indulgent experience
that can be enjoyed alone or together.
Each suite has a private Jacuzzi,
steam shower, heated marble scrub
table and private treatment and relaxation
Spa prides itself on the broad range
of therapies and spacious treatment
rooms and suites. An extensive spa
menu offers many treatments that are
unique to Thailand, and relaxation
rituals that are inherent to the Lanna
culture. To guarantee high standards
of excellence, a team of skillful
therapists are on hands to take care
of our guests in the manner of ancient
Thai royal protocol.
The Dheva Spa is operated by Dr Suchada
Marwah, who has extensive experience
of practicing in alternative medicine
and holistic therapies in Thailand
Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi is
now developing an Ayurvedic Centre,
due to open in 2006. The centre is
run by Dr Rajeev Marwah, a much respected
Ayurvedic doctor in Thailand and India.
Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi’s Fitness
Centre caters to both short and long-stay
resident guests, providing state-of-the-art
Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi is the
only resort in Chiang Mai to offer guests
a regular schedule for cultural programs
and events. The Cultural Center will
host lectures presented by local and
foreign experts on a wide range of topics
related to South-east Asian Culture.
Art and Crafts demonstrations, as well
as exhibitions based on the resort’s
extensive collection of arts and antiques,
will also be available.
The resort’s Cultural Tour explores
the unique world of Mandarin Oriental
Dhara Dhevi. Spread over 60 acres of
tropical landscapes, the resort is steeped
in the history and culture of northern
Thailand's ancient Lanna Kingdom. This
guided walking tour, conducted by our
resident cultural expert, highlights
the art and architecture of the resort
and the many different cultural influences
that inspired it.
Sri Hall Library
Located near the resort’s Kad Dhara
Shopping Village, our library features
a wide selection of books, journals,
periodicals, magazines, newspapers as
well as an extensive collection of movies
on DVD and music on CD. Access to the
internet is also available in our library.
Guests may enjoy reading in the library’s
cozy atmosphere or may borrow items
to enjoy in the comfort of their villa.
All items and services are offered on
a complimentary basis for guests in
Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi’s Lanna
Kids Club offers a great way for kids
to relax, have fun and learn something
new while on holiday in Chiang Mai.
Children will have the chance to touch
and experience the rich culture and
traditions of northern Thailand.
Village Kad Dhara
Our local market, Kad Dhara, is located
inside the resort by the entrance's
right wing. It is a small village built
in the local traditional northern Thai
style with a series of shuttered wooden
shop-houses lining its winding pathways.
This unique place is home to a number
of speciality shops and designer boutiques,
as well as The Oriental Shop - a pastry
and coffee corner, and the resort’s
own stylish Fujian Chinese Restaurant.
A stroll through the village provides
guests with a unique and hassle-free
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