Bodhi Serene A Boutique Hotel, Chiang Mai
The Bodhi Serene Hotel derives its name from the Bodhi Tree that grew on the premises. The name Bodhi is a partial translation of the Sinhalese word "Bo-gaha" or tree of wisdom because it was the tree under which the Buddha was enlightened. The Bodhi tree attains great size and age; the leaves, which hang from long, flexible petioles, rustle in the slightest breeze. Hence, a stay at the Bodhi Serene is synonymous to a rare enlightening experience of seclusion from the hustle and bustle of the outside world. We will attempt to shelter you and provide a haven for complete relaxation and total rejuvenation from everyday stress-prone life.
Old Wing: Comprising of only 38 rooms segregated into 27 Deluxe Rooms, 6 Executive Rooms, 4 Suites and a Family Suite. The 4 spacious single bedroom Suites offer privacy and luxury. The Family Suite has 2-bedrooms, which provides exclusivity for discerning clienteles who yearn for a truly personalized service, ambience and oriental charm.
New Wing: Comprising of only 12 rooms segregated into 8 Grand Superior Rooms, 2 Grande Deluxe Rooms and 2 Grande Executive Rooms.
The Bodhi Serene is wholly managed by the Serene Group of Hotels that also include the Silom Serene, a Boutique Hotel in Bangkok, Baan Saen Fang Hotel in Chiang Mai and the Baan Bayan, an Exclusive Beach Hotel in Hua Hin that was awarded the best architectural design in 2005 by the Association of Siamese Architects (ASA) under the Royal Patronage.