Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort, Thailand
Chiang Rai’s rich cultural heritage and the resort’s magnificent setting make it a unique meeting and convention destination.
The resort offers 4,565 square metres of space comprising distinctive indoor and open-air venues, ideal for expanding ideas and relaxing in an elegant tranquil ambience. Included are a chic reception area, an impressive meeting space with natural light, four meeting rooms, a ceremonial Sala, pool deck, riverside terrace, and lawn.
Each space is designed to add a new perspective to social gatherings, weddings, regional and international meetings, incentives, government protocol meetings, conferences, and exhibitions. Function rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including the latest communications technology, light and sound designs, a built-in LCD projector, and a motorised screen. Delegates within Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort, Thailand may enjoy signature restaurants, a luxurious spa, and impeccable service. Beyond the resort they can explore an intriguing town and a beautiful mountainous province steeped in history.
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|Number of Guest Rooms:||159|
|Number of Meeting Spaces:||4|
|Largest Meeting Space:||9,446 sq ft (877.5 sq.m)|
With our facilities, events expertise, and professional wedding coordinator services, the perfect wedding can take place at Le Méridien Chiang Rai Resort, Thailand. More >
With our superb facilities and our technology partner CCAV, the resort’s planning professionals have all the expertise and technology required to provide you with the best meeting and events experience in Chiang Rai. More >
Earn Starpoints® and eligible nights toward SPG elite status on your next meeting or event. More >
The resort's meeting and event facilities offer a variety of audiovisual equipment. More >
The resort's avant-garde facilities range from the unique, one-of-a-kind Utopia meeting space, with natural light, seven metre ceiling, fibre optic lighting extended foyer and state of the art audio visual facilities to the indigenous named Chamcha. More >