Situated in the outskirts of Chiang Mai, Four Seasons offers beautiful surroundings and easy access to the city known as the 'Rose of the North'. Many beautiful sights can be found in and around the city, such as the Doi Inthanon National Park and the Mon Cham view point. The city of Chiang Mai is enclosed by ancient walls and has a dynamic and exciting historic city centre. The region was once known as the 'land of million rice fields', and they still cover vast swathes of the surrounding area today.
Pavilions measure an impressive 70sqm, and feature a sleeping area, a bathing area and an outdoor terrace. All Pavilions are elegantly designed with vaulted ceilings, and have beautiful Siamese artefacts and decorations. One Bedroom Pool villas offer exceptional views of the Suthep mountain range and provide the utmost level of privacy. These villas measure 403sqm, 282sqm of which is outdoor space.They are incredibly spacious and open, with much of the outdoor space focused around a 24sqm swimming pool. Features include an indoor and outdoor shower, beautiful ponds and gardens, a veranda with a swing, a whirlpool and a dining pavilion. Residences measure between 244sqm and 855sqm, and the largest can accommodate up to 12 guests. The Residences create a home-away-from-home atmosphere and contain the highest level of luxury and entertainment. Many of the Residences are available with plunge pools and hot tubs. Standard amenities include wireless internet, satellite television and a refrigerated private mini bar.
The main dining venue is Sala Mae Rim; a vegetarian restaurant serving Northern Thai specialities. The restaurant has a high teak ceiling and views of the Mae Rim Valley, while local artefacts and decorations create a genuine Thai dining experience. Terraces Restaurant focuses on Italian cuisine and offers a pleasant outdoor alternative, featuring imported Darling Down Wagyu beef from Australia and natural locally sourced products on the menu. Drinks are served in the Ratree Bar and Lounge, which features speciality cocktails, wines and premium liquors. The Elephant Bar is the perfect place to watch the sun set, with its pavilion-style lounge and Thai umbrellas. Private dining is also available at the Rice Barn, outside in the rice fields and in-room.
There is a wide range of activities available in Chiang Mai and exciting excursions can be arranged such as hot air balloon rides and elephant treks. For thrill seekers, there is zip-lining and white-water rafting and a number of other exciting adventures to embark on. The Elephant Nature Park has free roaming elephants, allowing guests to observe these enormous and beautiful animals in their natural environment. The Chiang Mai Spa is a 900sqm, luxurious retreat featuring seven couples treatment rooms, each with outdoor showers, herbal steam rooms and outdoor soaking tubs. The spa has a Lanna-style beauty salon and use of tropical rain-shower massage tables can be arranged. Visitors can even learn the skills and techniques used at the spa at Spa 101.
30 minutes (20km) by car from Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX)
November – February