Dhevaraj Hotel | Nan, Thailand
The sleepy yet stunning city of Nan is a wonder to be explored, and Dhevaraj Hotel Nan is the place to stay.
This is a traditional hotel where service and smiles characterise your stay in the traditional city of Nan. Located in the centre of the city, on Sumonthevarj Rd, Dhevaraj is one of the original hotels in the area that has maintained its novel charm. What makes this property unique is that it is within walking distance to the central business district, main market and many tourist attractions.
With 160 rooms, the feeling of the building is clean, secure and comfortable. Basic facilities include 24-hour reception, complementary safety deposit box, secure car parking, gift shop, lobby area, in-house laundry, Wi-Fi and room service. And within the rooms themselves enjoy King-sized beds, elegant décor, individual control air conditioning, a fully stocked mini bar, fridge, bedside central electrical control unit, multi-channel radio, two telephone lines, two remote control cable TV, video on-demand, complimentary breakfast, and all other basic facilities. And as the city’s biggest hotel, they truly provide a variety of accommodation to suite all types of budgets.
To satisfy cravings for good local food, guests can dine at Dhevee Coffeeshop and Restaurant where fresh coffee and food are served all day. As well as an outdoor swimming pool, Dhevaraj Hotel offers Karaoke parties in private rooms. Or if you would like to relax after a day of sightseeing, book yourself in for a traditional Thai massage where trained masseurs will pamper you with care. The hotel offers full conference and catering facilities – for events such as weddings, company conferences and meetings.
Nan is one of the up-and-coming areas in Thailand for tourists to visit – if you want the perfect blend of traditional culture and relaxed fun. Found in Northern Thailand, Nan is 668km North of Bangkok. Right on the border between Thailand and Laos, this quiet city runs along he scenic Nan River bank.
For many centuries Nan was a separate self-ruling Kingdom – in 1558 Burma took control of the area until 1786. Then until 1931, Nan was ruled within its borders by its dynastic family when it became rules from Bangkok. Touristic highlights definitely include the Nan National Museum, King of Nan’s Teak House, Wat Phumin and Wat Phra That Chae Haeng.
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