Cross Chiang Mai Riverside announces ‘Net-Zero’ project

New Delhi: Having been certified by Tourism Authority of Thailand that it has been developed to support ‘Net-Zero’ hotels, Cross Hotels & Resorts Cross Chiang Mai Riverside announces an ambitious ‘Net-Zero’ project.

Receiving this certification not only validates the excellence of the services, but also inspires visitors to travel sustainably. Every area of the resort was created with environment in mind, to lower energy expenses. It may be noted travel becomes environmentally friendly with “Net-Zero” hotels.

The distinctive design of Cross Hotels & Resorts Chiang Mai Riverside combines contemporary elements with the traditional Lanna style that is the most distinguishing feature of Northern Thailand. A balance of natural tranquility and the vivacity of the nearby Chiang Mai city center can be found in the area, situated on the banks of the Ping River.

The resort’s courtyard is dotted with 100-year-old tamarind trees, while the rooftop infinity pool overlooks the Ping River. Situated on the serene banks of the river, Mother Nature takes center stage.

A 20-minute drive from the Chiang Mai International Airport and minutes away from the city centre, Cross Hotels & Resorts Chiang Mai Riverside is situated on the riverbanks. The city is well-known for its sheer energy and splendor.

Cross Hotels & Resorts Chiang Mai Riverside’s facilities provide visitors a never-ending variety of experiences, both excitement and relaxation, including the Ozone Gym-Pool-Roof Bar, the Cross Spa, the Oxygen Dining Room providing French/Thai fusion haute cuisine, and the library bar & Café.

The resort offers guests water sports such as swimming, kayaking, and paddle boarding. Visitors will be delighted by the thrilling activities available on the Ping River. The resort boasts unique spa experience packages for honeymooners, families, couples, and leisure travelers.

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