This stylish conceptual residence takes you into an exotic Moroccan setting. Expect glamorous tiles, an elegant courtyard pool and expansive suites. Located in Mae Rim, Chiangmai’s famous tourist destination, The Grand Morocc Residence is a short drive to the city center and other famous attractions. Discerning travelers will be pleased to know the hotel keeps the soul of renowned Thai hospitality while flaunting a Moroccan flair.
It will deliver all the conveniences of home, while you enjoy all the luxuries of a classy hotel. If exotic accommodation and great service is what you seek, The Grand Morocc Residences will surely cater to your highest standards.
Exotically designed and decorated in stylish Moroccan expressions, the hotel features 36 superbly fitted suites. You can expect a spacious living room, bedroom and a bathroom fitted with rain shower and fabulous L’Occitane amenities. Relax on your expansive private balcony and take in the stunning mountain views. All suites includea kitchenette and a washing machine for your convenience.
Every detail of The Grand Morocc has been carefully planned from the strategic location to the conceptual design and spacious suites. They offer services such as airport pick-ups and a personalized welcoming; the experience starts as soon as you arrive. You’re greeted with a refreshing arrival drink served in a uniquely designed glass flask.
You’re welcomed to describe your personal expectations of a ‘perfect stay’ to the helpful staff who will strive to attain your goal. They are dressed in exquisite uniforms which differ each day of the week adding to the glamorous atmosphere of the hotel. It is simply marvelous all round. If your stomach is growling, the restaurant offers deluxe menus that include Northern Thai favourites and luscious North African dishes.
We recommend the Moroccan rack of lamb, tenderloin steak, BBQ pork spare ribs, smoked salmon salad, and Lap-Pla with green apple. Why not treat yourself further with a sumptuous dessert such as strawberry panna cotta and apple crape.