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Architect Kerry Hill’s four-story bamboo-clad wall of the Chedi Hotel is an oasis of calm when one enters its portals after the hustle and bustle of touring. Set on the Mae Ping, fishing boats float past the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors of the eighty-four guest rooms. We loved the integration of the 1913 British Consulate into the plan of the hotel. It serves as the restaurant and bar area. The pool is inviting and beautiful. Location and service are perfect. This collection of photos dates from our four visits, February 2007-08-09-10 

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