An oasis within an oasis, The all-suite Grand Morocc Residences understands that
each guest is unique and intends to respond to your individual needs and requirements so that your holiday will meet and
hopefully exceed all of your expectations. We wish for our guests to immediately feel at home, experience the Thai hospitality,
and upon arrival discuss the type of stay you wish to have, whether it’s an independent experience or one which
our knowledgeable staff will help you to custom-tailor.
The Grand Morocc sits on the outskirts of Chiang Mai on the foothills of the Doi Suthep-Pui mountain range in Mae Sa Valley, an area known for its abundance of both manmade and natural attractions. Our boutique residences is a mere half hour’s drive from both the Chiang Mai International Airport, and the city center, a convenient distance for easy access.
The hotel’s focal point is its exquisite courtyard which features a large swimming pool. Each sizable suite surrounds the pool, is individually designed with a unique décor and accents, hand selected by the owners themselves. Suites comprise of comfortable bedrooms and spacious bathrooms with rain showers as well as a separate living area complete with a large furnished balcony. A fully functional kitchen which you can, with advanced notice, ask our staff to stock, as well as personal washing machines that offers you complete independence, or use the hotel service. Generous balconies, accessible from all rooms, afford views of surrounding nature or local village life. Balconies come with a table and chairs where you can set up a work station, or a set of afternoon tea, as well as soft seatings for you to unwind with a good book, or a cool cocktail.
The Moroccan architecture is perfect for the balmy tropical weather, allowing cool breezes flowing through it, creating a true oasis amidst the oasis which is Mae Sa Valley.
|1 Bedroom Suite (60 Sqm.)
One bedroom 60 sqm suites with a 6 foot king’s size bed, a living room with a sofa set, a bathroom, a kitchenette, a dining table with a large balcony and mountain views.
|2 Bedroom Suite (85 Sqm.)
Spacious 85 sqm suites with two bedrooms (king size and queen size beds) with a living room, a kitchenette, a dining table, a large balcony and mountain views.
|Food & Beverages
Visit our restaurant or contact us for room service of traditional Thai, northern Thai or our selection of dishes from around the world. We will also be able to provide soft drinks, fruit juices, wines, beers and cocktails. Restaurant will serve some of northern Thailand’s most beloved dishes as well as a la carte dishes especially created by our talented chef.
Explore the many sights and attractions in the area with a special treat. Our chef, with one day’s notice, can prepare a picnic basket filled with anything you wish (so long as it is available in Chiang Mai!).
Swimming Pool, Cycling and Running
Morocco’s wealthiest traditionally live in a riad, a multi-storied house surrounding an Andalusian-style courtyard. A riad offers an inward-facing sanctuary within a home, often focusing on a water feature, commonly a fountain. Here at Grand Morocc, the focus of our riad is the elegant 22 m. swimming pool, perfect for a lazy dip or for doing laps for exercise. Those looking to stay fit while on holiday, or athletes wishing to keep up their training, can also request bicycle rentals for short, or extended trips. The hotel can provide maps for a meandering ride to the local village, or for those wishing to go further afield, tourist maps to visit attractions in the surrounding area. Triathletes will find Grand Morocc to be the perfect location from which to train, as there are multiple running trails in the area and the hotel can provide route maps for distances of up to 200 km. for cyclists.
|The Grand Morocc, set at the foothills of Doi Suthep-Pui mountain rage and at the entrance to the popular Mae Sa Valley, is located 35 minutes away from Chiang Mai International Airport. Fondly called Chiang Mai’s playground, Mae Sa Valley is home to some of Chiang Mai’s prime tourist attractions. Within fifteen minutes’ drive you can be riding an elephant, visiting a tiger camp, talking with Karen long neck hill tribes, exploring the jungle on an ATV, flying over jungle canopies on a zip line and frolicking in water falls. The city center is a mere 20 minutes’ drive.|