After three months of re-building, renovating and
construction, Duangtawan Hotel, right in the heart of the city, has opened
The Duangtawan Hotel Group added the 504 downtown hotel
as the latest ‘baby’ in their chain. They already operate properties in
Bangkok (First Hotel), Pattaya (The Regent Marina and Central Place), Phuket
(Hyton Leevadee) and Koh Samui (Malibu-Chaweng Beach and Samui Park Resort).
new face in town - Surasri Suwannanon, general manager of Duangtawan Hotel
Chiang Mai. (Photo: Michael Vogt)
This new property is, for many tourists, perfectly
situated in the middle of the Night Bazaar, making it easy to explore the
city, going shopping and only a 10-minute drive to the airport.
The hotel boasts 24 floors, superior rooms, deluxe rooms,
junior and executive suites with 2 bedrooms (perfect for family tourism) and
even a presidential suite with four bedrooms, lounge and dining room.
Mai governor, Suwat Tantipat, strikes the Lanna victory drum to declare the
Duangtawan Hotel officially open. (Photo: Michael Vogt)
The facilities include a business center, swimming pool,
car park, traditional Thai massage and banquet and conference rooms for up
to 800 people. For a city which aims to hit the MICE market and offer
convention possibilities for any kind of promotion, a hotel with 10
conference rooms, all fully equipped with high performance audio-visual
facilities with 40-800 seats fits the bill.
Surasri Suwannanon, general manager of Duangtawan Hotel
introduced his hotel, saying that he and his staff want to contribute their
share to make Chiang Mai an even more exciting location for local and
He invited Suwat Tantipat the governor of Chiang Mai to
strike the Lanna victory drum to declare the hotel officially open.
The reception was attended by over 500 guests, who were well fed and
entertained by dancers from Simon Cabaret.