A boutique and contemporary Lanna design of 75-luxurious guestrooms & suites are imagery refined and blends in the artistries of Tai-Shan, Tai-Lua & Tai-Khern which are old tribal civilization.
Mr. Yuthanan Mohprasit our interior designer chose to portray the life of Ping River’s civilization by combining unique arts of Lanna minorities in the interior design. The extensive use of teak throughout the resort is a reminder that the river used to convey teak logs by the British Borneo Company in the past. Interior design was made from local wisdom by the skilful Ten Group of Artisans particularly in the lobby which models from Northern Royal Palace. A large sterling silver bowl takes pride of place in the middle of the riverside pavilion and is known as “Buranakata” and made from Baht 12,500 weight of sterling silver. In a bygone era “Buranakata” represented properity. To summarize, the prominence of the interior design comes from the way of life, handicraft, culture and custom of ancient Lanna in a contemporary style.