November 11, 2017 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
We spent 10 days in this wonderful resort and enjoyed the magic and special atmosphere of it. We had a '2 bedroom family residence with plunge pool' which is huge and comes with a private butler/housekeeper. Perhaps one thing to mention would be that the villa is a bit aged and would probably benefit from a general renovation. Resort grounds are wonderful with rice fields all over and many on site activities. But what blew us away was the unconditional commitment of the F&B team, headed by our friend Executive chef StĂ©phane Calvet to accommodate the requirements of our Kosher diet. No effort was too much much for StĂ©phane and I can easily say that this was the best culinary week of our lives. His creations and gastronomical knowledge and passion is just unbelievable. We will forever remember and cherish our stay at FS Chaing Mai as well as our friend StĂ©phane and are looking forward to visit again!
JosephP1981 - Antwerp, Belgium
Lovely property attentive staff excellent food A super place to relax the lay out of the grounds is super love to meet the house water Buffalos only problem you won't want to leave the property If you do the elephant ride is a good bet
Philip C - Squamish, Canada
Don't get me round. The Four Seasons Resort at Chiang Mai is picturesque and maintained well, showing no sign of wear and tear. However, during our stay (3 nights), we were known as room 501. At one late night, we walked around the main swimming pool and was questioned by one staff with room number. The resort was so remotely located that I thought only hotel guests could appear at this time. And this was the 3RD night we spent at this hotel. As for activities, we took a sunset yoga class, rice planting and a bike tour. All were great. However, we wondered why bikes had to be parked beside the health club. It was far away from the lobby where we could start riding. Foodwise, we only had breakfast at the hotel. In terms of selection and food quality, it was below par to Four Seasons at Bangkok and Macau. We tried to order fried banana on one day, and the cooking staff rejected to take the order. We thought it was not that difficult, because fresh banana, pancakes, waffles, and even cherrios were offered on site. Overall, Four seasons resort at Chiang Mai is good but not great. There is room for improvement.
Dr_Tzung - Kaohsiung, Taiwan
If you're looking to get blown away by your hotel experience, try staying at the Four Seasons in Chiang Mai. The location is one of the most beautiful in the world and the staff is second to none. You won't want to leave.
Matt W - San Francisco, California, United States
Great place to stay. Nice and friendly people and the service was great. I would go again and again. I will invite friends and family. I love the attitudes and greetings. Thanks for the memories. Loved it.