Fly in a private jet and into your exclusive 1800s Thai mansion

Another buyout option to transport the post-pandemic set away from crowds and into a private, sustainable oasis.

Suites at 137 Pillars House range from 70 to 135 sqm. Pictured: William Bain terrace suites.
Suites at 137 Pillars House range from 70 to 135 sqm. Pictured: William Bain terrace suites.

As part of a package catering to the post-pandemic set, 137 Pillars House is offering a buy-out of its 30-suite boutique hotel in Thailand's northern town of Chiang Mai.

A colonial teak mansion restored from the 19th century Borneo Company Limited headquarters, 137 Pillars House is flying guests directly to its doors through a partnership with Bangkok-based VIP Jets.

The round trip in a private Gulfstream G200 plane includes limousine transfers from Chiang Mai International Airport, and a two-night stay in the hotel's top category Louis Leonowens Pool Suite.

In view of safety and privacy, guests have a private plunge pool and can choose to dine in suite.

Teak architecture pays homage to the building's rich heritage. Pictured: Jack Bains Bar pays homage to the building's colonial history
Teak architecture pays homage to the building's rich heritage. Pictured: Jack Bains Bar pays homage to the building's colonial history

Other luxury touches include a complimentary champagne bottle, 15-minute welcome massage and priority bookings at the Nitra Serenity Centre, late check-out, and a classic afternoon tea experience on The Lawn — all at a price tag of US$50,845, valid until 20 December 2021.

Otherwise, the buyout itself includes personal butler service, and an on-site team that can help with the stay, or even event and incentives planning. This could mean incorporating traditional Thai ceremonies, cooking classes, Muay Thai sessions, or a Lanna dance show featuring the unique traditions of kantoke dining.

A minimum of 15 suites for three or more nights is required for buyouts. Suites range from 70-135 sqm, at about US$411 per suite per night, also valid through 20 December 2021.

With sustainability a top priority for leisure travellers and business groups alike, 137 Pillars House operates various environmentally-friendly initiatives such as reduced electricity consumption, in-house vegetable and herb garden which supplies to the restaurant, and reusable woven bags instead of plastic garbage bags.

The 137 Pillars House is minutes away from the historical Wat Gate Temple, Ping River, and a trendy boutique shopping area.










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