Anantara Golden Triangle Resort stands on a ridge in northern Thailand overlooking the borders with Myanmar and Laos, and is one of the finest hotels in Chiang Rai.
Anantara is a renowned, award-winning luxury hospitality brand. Founded in 2001 with the company’s first luxury property in Thailand’s historic seaside retreat of Hua Hin, Anantara has since expanded throughout the world to beaches and private islands, countryside retreats, desert sands, heritage wonders and cosmopolitan cities. The portfolio spans Asia, the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, Africa and Europe.
Anantara’s luxury hotels and resorts are thoughtfully designed to provide windows into the genuine modern character of each destination and to offer guests the opportunity to engage with the places, people and stories that make each destination unique.
Anantara Golden Triangle
Perched on a ridge in northern Thailand overlooking the borders with Myanmar and Laos, Anantara Golden Triangle Resort is one of the finest hotels in Chiang Rai. Designed for immersive, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, the property sits in a tranquil jungle setting and features 40 rooms and 15 suites, including six family suites. Thai design reigns throughout, with indigenous artworks and teak furnishings. From the comfort of their balconies, guests can gaze over three countries and watch Thailand’s majestic elephants grazing.
Anantara Golden Triangle boasts an award-winning elephant camp and scientific research and conservation programme, and offers all-inclusive Discovery packages with elephant, spa, cooking and cultural experiences. Among the more extraordinary offerings at this multiple-award-winning spot is the opportunity to bond with the elephants at the mahout camp or spend an unforgettable night observing them in their natural habitat from the comfort of a private, fully furnished, transparent Jungle Bubble.
“Perched on a wooden deck above the forest, your luxurious bubble offers uninterrupted views of our gentle giants, as well as the stunning starlit sky above.”
Spa By Nature
Other activities include cruising down the Mekong River, exploring the unique cultures of three countries, or rejuvenating at the Spa By Nature at Lanna Resort. The spa features a three-storey o
pen-air pavilion with teak wood suites, and three treatment suites for two with shower, herbal steam room, and outdoor terrace with sunken terrazzo tub.
Guests are greeted by the scent of lemongrass in the air and invited to unwind with a selection of northern wellness traditions using indigenous and medicinal ingredients or visit the rice paddy pavilion for yoga and massage experiences in a lush, natural setting.
Stand out treatments, as listed on the spa menu, include the following:
ANANTARA SIGNATURE MASSAGE
“Combining revered eastern and western techniques in purpose designed movements with our signature oil blend, this massage stimulates the circulation and deeply relaxes muscles. Meanwhile, reflexology clears blockages of energy and promotes overall wellbeing.”
MAHOUT RELAXATION PACKAGE
“Relieve tiredness and tension with a traditional Thai massage of stretching and pressure point techniques. A heated herbal compress is rolled over your body using healing moringa oil. Nurture youthful radiance with anti-ageing golden silk to balance, deeply nourish and moisturise.”
“Plai, or poo loey as it is known in the north, is a ginger species revered for its ability to cool inflammation and combat joint and muscle ache. Submit to a healing massage while also calming, cleansing and nourishing skin.”
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