Accommodation

4 Floors, 4 Themes

Hotel de Origin is a boutique and historic place, each guest-room floor has an extraordinarily designed reflects Buddha's teaching on the four elements;: earth, water, wind and fire.

The 1st floor is called "Fa Lai"

All rooms on this floor are designed with the elements of earth and Lanna (Chiang Mai) architecture. In the past, most Lanna people were farmers and engaged in agriculture activities such as rice, corn, etc. Thai Farmer had so much respect on earth. Prior to planting anything on the ground, they would ask for forgiveness or made prior notice to Mother Earth. This is for successful farming. Therefore, this hotel floor is designed with “Fa Lai” and Earth theme. In the room, on the wall, above the bed displays an Ancient Lanna Character literally handmade to enhance the auspicious to guests.

อยู่เย็นเป็นสุข

Live a happy life.

อายุมั่นขวัญยืน

Live a long life.

หลับฮื้อได้เงินหมื่น ตื่นฮื้อได้เงินแสน

While sleeping, wish you had more money. When waking up, wish you had a lot more money.

อยู่ก่ขอหื้อมีจัย

Be victorious when stay with us.

ไปก่ขอหื้อมีโจ้กมีลาภ

Get lucky when leaving.

กึ๊ดหวังสิ่งใดก่ขอหื้อได้ดั่งใจ๋

May all your wishes come true.

The 2nd floor is called "Gula Dum"

All rooms on this floor are designed with the elements of water and a touch of Indian architecture and culture that worship river as sacred religious places. There is a picture of Taj Mahal and the Yamuna River on the wall, above the bed. Tajmahal was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan to house the remains of his cherished wife, the Taj Mahal stands on the southern bank of the Yamuna River in Agra, India. It is said that Shah Jahan was so heartbroken after his wife’s death that he ordered the court into mourning for two years. Sometime after her death, Shah Jahan undertook the task of erecting the world's most beautiful monument in the memory of his beloved. It took 22 years and the labor of 22,000 workers to construct the monument. When Shah Jahan died in 1666, his body was placed in a tomb next to the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal. This magnificent monument came to be known as "Taj Mahal" and now counts amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. This is the true story of the Taj Mahal of India, which has mesmerized many people with its bewitching beauty.

The 3rd floor is called "Gula Kow"

All rooms on this floor are designed with the elements of wind and European architecture. Many hundred years ago, European sailors considered wind as the core element to sailing. It’s what powers every boat. In 1511, Portuguese were the first Europeans to visit Thailand during Ayutthaya dynasty by boat. For Chiang Mai, the first European missionaries arrived in 1868 and established schools that educated the children of Chiang Mai in English and Lanna script.

In the room, on the wall, above the bed displays the Lanna’s handcrafted cloud which represents wind element and the strip of ancient Lanna’s zodiac to enhance the auspicious to guests.

The 4th floor is called "Hua Chiew"

The name “Hua Chiew” means Chinese citizens residing in countries other than China. First Chinese settlement in Chiang Mai traced back in Early Ratanakosin Era. They travelled from Bangkok to Chiang Mai mainly for trading by Scorpion Tail boat.

All rooms on this floor are designed with the elements of fire and Chinese architecture. Chinese believed that fire is the outstanding flame for reputation and expression. Fire also give energy and make us warmth. The color of fire is red, pink and purple. Red is the hottest of all. It will bring heat, joyful, enthusiasm and delightful. It is ideal color for celebrations and ceremony.

In the room, on the wall, above the bed displays the Chinese architecture and sacred character to enhance the auspicious to guests. The Chinese character on the wall behind the bed is a combination of very meaningful 4 Chinese characters (日进斗金)

1. Ri日 means day, time.
2. Jin 进 means enter, inside.
3. Dou 斗 means fighting, competition
4. Jin 金 means gold.

Four scared character when combined into one Ri Jin Dou Jin (日进斗金) means. "Lucky and victory everyday" or "Victory and get money everyday".