Cross Hotels opens Cross River Kwai in Kanchanaburi

Riverside retreat with floating cabins & themed rooms
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Cross Hotels opens Cross River Kwai in Kanchanaburi

The hotel is situated along the stretch of Kwai Noi River

Kanchanaburi in Thailand is set to see another luxurious accommodation open as Cross Hotels’ Cross River Kwai opens to guests.
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Cross Hotels & Resorts says it is set to open Cross River Kwai, one of Kanchanaburi’s most-talked-about riverside hotels with themed guest rooms and floating cabins.

According to a press statement, the hotel comes with a variety of accommodation options. The Fallingwater Pool Villas has one and two-bedroom rooms, the latest in hand-crafted luxurious accommodation. Each of the 10 multi-storey units comes with spectacular scenery and Tenasserim mountain range. The hotel is situated along the stretch of Kwai Noi River.

Cross River Kwai is surrounded by with green, mature trees, towering bamboo, and native flora and fauna giving the retreat a balanced natural ambience, says the press statement. The resort incorporates elements unique to Kanchanaburi and the town’s history and strategic location. The Fallingwater Pool Villas expands the nature-inspired narrative of Cross River Kwai and pays homage to Erawan Falls in the nearby Erawan National Park.

The statement adds that from the comfort of their living room, guests can plunge into the indoor-outdoor swimming pool or sit back and feast their eyes upon the beautiful countryside. The living area opens onto a private deck with comfortable sun loungers overlooking the majestic river. The master bedroom features floor to ceiling windows that offer unobstructed view of the river and mountains that blend with natural features.

In terms of activities available at the location, the press statement says that guests can go on an excursion to Kanchanaburi’s Bridge over the River Kwai, visit Death Railway museum or Erawan National Park. They can also visit the town centre or participate in activities at the resort. Alternatively, they can sit back and admire nature in all its infinite beauty.

Cross Hotels & Resorts currently operates 26 hotels in Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, and Japan under five distinct brands: Cross, Cross Vibe, Away, Lumen, and Cross Collection.

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