Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Road
50180 Mae Rim Chiang Mai, Thailand
http://www.fourseasons.com/
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Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is classified in the following categorie(s): Hotel  Restaurant 
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai.

Spacious Lanna-style pavilions overlook terraced rice fields and the mountains in the beautiful Mae Rim Valley, minutes from the artistic and cultural heritage of Thailand's northern capital.

From the Thai cooking school to the acclaimed spa and flawless service, a signature Four Seasons experience.

Sample the diversity of Thailand by pairing your visit with a stay at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, an urban oasis in the capital.


Accomodation

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai includes 98 remarkably spacious accommodations: 64 pavilions, 12 pool villas, 17 residences and 5 residence villas with one, two, three or four bedrooms. All feature polished teak wood floors, rich Thai cotton decorations and beautiful Siamese art under a vaulted ceiling with cooling overhead fans. Technology incorporates a satellite television, DVD player and wireless Internet access. The oversized bathroom features a double vanity, a separate shower and a deep soaking bathtub – with windows overlooking a secluded garden planted with ferns and tropical plants.

All accommodations include a covered outdoor veranda – known as a sala – that features a wood floor and a high ceiling with fan. A northern Thai-style daybed and chairs are perfect for reading or meditation, while the dining table invites romantic breakfasts or intimate dinner parties. Enchanting views highlight gardens, terraced rice paddies and mountains in the distance.


Spa

Step into the spa and you enter a luxurious temple of harmony for body, mind and spirit – an indulgent sanctuary created exclusively for your pleasure and well-being. The fragrance of specially blended oils, herbs and spices fills the air, and your body and mind immediately relax in anticipation of the exotic experience that awaits.

The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, chosen as the World's Best Spa by Condé Nast Traveller (UK) in the 2007 Reader's Award, features seven spacious treatment suites offering total privacy for individuals or couples. Each suite offers a variety of facilities, including outdoor showers, private herbal steam rooms and outdoor soaking tubs. Two of the suites have tropical rainshower massage tables. The spa also features a lanna-style beauty salon.

The range of Four Seasons treatments is inspired by ancient Thai rituals using native herbs, spices and aromatic oils created through traditional rural methods and focusing on the use of organic ingredients. One of our spa specialists will help choose the most beneficial therapy for you.


Cooking School

The cooking school at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai introduces guests, both novice and experienced cooks, to the art of Thai cuisine. Designed by the Resort's culinary team, the programme offers guests a hands-on learning experience. Famous dishes such as kaow soi gai (Chiang Mai curry noodle soup with chicken) and gaeng hung lay (dry spiced curry with pork and pickled garlic) are just two of the specialties that are introduced in the cooking school’s weekly programme.


Dining

Menus at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai present elegant Thai cuisine, wide-ranging Asian specialties and a variety of international favourites. Indoor and outdoor seating enjoy sunset views and gentle northern breezes. A private dining venue exclusively reserved for two, the Rice Barn is the perfect place to savour an exquisite five-course meal under shimmering moonlight by the Resort’s rice paddies and lake. Or, join the cooking school’s intimate Chef’s Table for a novel way to learn the secrets of Thai cooking. Picnic baskets for tour excursions and meals to go are also available.


Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Road
Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180
Thailand

Tel: 66 (0) 53 298-181
Fax: 66 (0) 53 298-190
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