January 2, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Immerse yourself in the lush tropics and get acquainted with local Thai culture on the terraced rice fields of the mystical Mae Rim Valley. With vaulted ceilings and covered verandas, each of our 98 spacious pavilions and luxury villas in Chiang Mai features polished teak floors, rich Thai cotton decorations and beautiful Siamese artwork, all under cooling overhead fans. Technology includes a satellite television, and wireless Internet access.
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is the perfect place to discover the treasures of Northern Thailand on your own terms. Whether choosing from a private pavilion perched above our sprawling grounds, a villa, or an exclusive penthouse or residence, our accommodations will stimulate the senses with the picture-postcard scenes of the rice fields, private gardens, and the panoramic views of the countryside and mountains. For culinary adventurers, Thailand is a land of endless delights – vibrant, intense, and unique. Expect elegant Thai cuisine, wide-ranging Asian specialties and a variety of international favorites throughout the Resort. Step into the Spa at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and enter a luxurious temple of harmony for body, mind and spirit – an indulgent sanctuary created exclusively for your pleasure and well-being.
Location of Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
Nearest Airport: CNX, CEI
Amenities for Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Wellness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Ceiling Fans
- Satellite Television
- Luxury Linens
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Wellness Programs
- Children's Programs
- Historic Sites
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
The pick up service at the airport, the fast check in, a surprisingly upgrade to a pool villa, the schedule of of our activities, the spa and the restaurants. Everything was just PERFECT! Thank you so much for such a great experience!
carloscA3195PO - Madrid, Spain
Stayed 2 nights for our family trip. Enjoyed our stay at Four Seasons again, with top class service and facilities. We stayed in separate Garden Pavilion units, with large spacious rooms, full bathroom and an outdoor Thai sala. Highlights: Â· Friendly and efficient hotel staff Â· 2 swimming pools with nice view of the padi fields. We spent quiet some time here swimming and relax. Â· Decent childrenâ€™s play area for our little 2 year old kid and adequately equipped gymnasium for fitness routines. Â· Near to Elephant Sanctuaries / Parks, weâ€™ve gone to Ran-Tong Elephant Centre which is around 15-20 mins away. Â· Lots of activities everyday to cater for all-ages. We joined the Buffalo feeding and washing, and used their well maintained bicycles. Â· Excellent foods, loads of varieties during breakfast and our lunch dinner feasts at the restaurant and room service were great. Highly recommended. We look forward to return to Four Seasons hotel again for our next family trip!
BernardLiow - Malaysia
From the moment we arrived, we were impressed with the resort staff and ambience. We arrived at night, and were warmly welcomed by the manager who sat with us and provided an overview of the options. PROS 1. THE FOOD The breakfast buffet was FANTASTIC including made-to-order eggs, Thai dishes, changing specials, extravagant fruit selection, yogurts, muesli (YUM!), French pastries, hot dishes, fresh squeezed juices and more. We sat outside every day overlooking the mountains and the rice paddies. The Thai restaurant was EXCELLENT & the best dinner we had all week in Thailand. Delicious options, well cooked, flavorful & great. 2. COOKING CLASS WITH MARKET TOUR I paid for the Market Tour & Cooking School and LOVED IT. Class is limited to 8, and I was the only person who registered but they kept the class for me! Thanks Four Seasons! GiGi gave me a great tour in the market, introduced me to different people who ran the stands, helped me buy local Chiang Mai rice, let me smell the herbs and fruits, taught me the varieties of herbs, and helped me sample foods in the market freshly made. I can't say enough, this ended up being a highlight of my entire week in Thailand. Cooking class was very well run. We made 5 things (Curry paste, Duck Curry, Tom Yom Soup, Pad Thai, and Chicken Salad). The Chef answered ALL of my questions, and taught me how to properly use a wok, cook with new ingredients and more. Wonderful class because they let me chop, measure & cook but took the heavy lifting out of it (for example they didn't make me peel the onion, they gave me the quarter onion to use & then I could slice it myself). 2. GUEST ROOM The guest room was really lovely - a large room, fantastic walk-in closet, excellent shower - one of the best showers we've had in a hotel. 3. THE MONKS LOVED getting up early to meet the monks, wished it was a longer engagement. 4. FLOATING FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS LOVED getting up to watch the kind woman create floating flower arrangements, she was incredibly kind with a huge smile & let me put some flowers in the arrangement & contribute!! Thanks to the team, we appreciate it. CONS: 1. CHIANG MAI IS A GOOD 45 MINUTES Depending on what your goals are - just keep in mind, Chiang Mai was a solid 45 minutes, sometimes 1 hour, due to traffic. So getting to the Sunday night market was 45 minutes, but during the weekday it was an hour in one direction. 2. ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIONS COULD BE BETTER/MORE CLEAR I didn't properly understand what the buffalo washing was - I read it on an activity list but because it said health club I thought it was an exercise class! So I think it would be helpful to have a proper list of activities & examples in the room in addition to the weekly schedule. 3. YOGA - BE CAUTIOUS. My friend did yoga in the barn & she has practiced yoga for 20 years in America and thought the instructor pushed a little too hard on his students, he physically interacted with students but sounds like leaned on her shoulder in a way causing her discomfort for the rest of her trip in Thailand. I can't comment beyond this because I was not the student, but observed her difficulty with her shoulder rest of trip. CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK FOR MANAGEMENT: If I had one piece of constructive feedback it would be this. About 30 minutes before we left for the market tour, the same morning of my cooking school I learned I was the only student & that they were taking a van to the market. I asked the hotel staff (not GiGi) if my husband could just sit in the van, and walk around the market himself to experience it, take photos. The hotel said yes he can come but for a fee. Four Seasons would charge me the equivalent of approximately US$55 for it. My honest reaction - left a very negative taste in my mouth. He did not want cooking school, he did not want the tour. He just would have enjoyed walking through the market on his own. IT would not have cost the Four Seasons anything more to bring him & since no one else was on the tour, it obviously would not impact other paying guests (as there were none). I think this is an example of Four Seasons being greedy. Overall my stay was excellent & I recommend the Hotel as you see.
lovethat - Boston, MA
We loved our stay at the Four Seasons Chiang Mai. Excellent service and staff made us feel extremely comfortable and welcome. I would recommend this hotel to anyone interested in spending time in Chiang Mai.
gregoryharrisn - New York City, New York
What can I say about the Four Seasons. The hotel rooms are great with comfortable beds. The surroundings are beautiful although it is quite large they have golf carts to drive you where you need to go. The balcony is unbelievable. And the service as always is 5 star. Breakfast always had a great selection. A special thanks to the General Manager Max Musto for helping to make my birthday so special.
Andrea K - Toronto, Canada