The Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is wonderful – A truly luxurious experience…
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is a truly spectacular luxurious resort, in every aspect of setting, accommodation and facilities.
Located in the Mae Rim rural area of Chiang Mai, 30 minutes drive from the city and the airport. The resort is set aside a working rice terrace, complete with buffalos.
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai has 64 pavilions, grouped in units of four around the rice field, all spacious, offering either Garden or Rice Terrace view, with either ground or upper floor options.
Attractive award-winning spa
Two swimming pools (one adult only)
Choice of restaurant and location.
Kids Gecko Club.
Close by you have several elephant camps.
There are also a couple of golf courses within easy drive – no pun intended!
Highly acclaimed cooking classes
A complete selection of eco-adventures, including trekking & bike hire
Daily shuttle to Chiang Mai
The Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is wonderful and a true luxury experience. Jaw dropping quality at every turn, yet at the same time elegantly simple. Plan to have at least a day to fully enjoy the resort, it is much too good to use just as a touring base.
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Chiang Mai is the 2nd city of Thailand but is just a fraction of the size of Bangkok. It is compact, bustling and despite some recent development, it retains a market town atmosphere. It is the main gateway to the region. Flying time from Bangkok 60 minutes. Chiang Rai is in the extreme northeast of the country, even smaller and more traditional, with the focal point of interest being the Golden Triangle, the area where Thailand, Laos and Burma (Myanmar) all meet.
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