Four Seasons Chiang Mai offers the perfect luxury setting to experience the beautiful, mountain region of Northern Thailand, and the nearby capital city of Chiang Mai. Except for the fact that there is no beach nearby, Four Seasons Chiang Mai has everything you could ever want and need. This stunning hotel offers every luxury amenity imaginable, and your stay will also include complimentary: rice planting, yoga classes, an introductory Thai language class, kid’s club access for children 12 and under, and my favorite activity – washing water buffalo! There is also a selection of activities for kids, including family cooking classes, mountain biking, and city tours.
MY EXPERIENCE AT THE FOUR SEASONS CHIANG MAI
Four Seasons Chiang Mai is set on beautiful cascading, terraced rice fields. I stayed with a friend in one of the beautiful Pool Villas that has water on three sides, including a 258-square-foot private pool. In the mornings we opted for an in-villa breakfast, (poolside in bikinis!), followed by a workout in the gym or one of the many on-property activities.
Afternoons can be spent at one of three main pools, tanning and enjoying cocktails surrounded by rice terraces. Close your eyes. The only sound you will hear are birds chirping and the faint echo of children laughing. Evenings you will enjoy a delicious Thai dinner at one of the gourmet restaurants, overlooking the rice terraces, with the sound of crickets singing a harmony.
WHAT TO SEE AND DO IN CHIANG MAI
There is much to do and see in Chiang Mai. Be sure not to miss the Chiang Mai Night Market. There are street vendors and food stalls everywhere as well as live music and street performers. I went with my friend, and as two girls wandering the streets at night we felt perfectly safe.
In the Old City area of Chiang Mai, you can still find remains of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. You will also find an array if Buddhist temples, including Wat Phra Singh, (Chiang Mai’s most revered temple), and Wat Chedi Luang (built in 1441). I also recommend visiting the White Temple. It is a bit of a drive but if you are heading to Siem Reap after Chiang Mai you can stop here on the way.
Four Seasons Chiang Mai is a truly magical destination in itself. If you are looking to splurge on a luxury escape to Thailand I highly recommend spending at least four days at this special spot on earth.
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Such a gorgeous place! I really like that there are so many places to explore after enjoying the warm welcome and some relaxing time at the hotel. The fact that you and Misha from Wildluxe could go to Chiang Mai Night Market without worrying about safety makes it even more appealing.
We Are Travel Girls says
Thank you so much for reading Zhanna – glad to hear that you enjoyed this article! Becky x
Alicia Turbidy says
Hi we are traveling with our two daughters 17 and 22 right now we have 4 nights at the Four seasons Chiang Mai but we were thinking we should spend our fourth night in town so we can go out easily at night and just walk around. What are your thoughts?