Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa Introduces All-Inclusive Rate

Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa will introduce all-inclusive rates as of January 1, 2012.

This new all-inclusive accommodation and culinary package provides guests with a choice of the resort’s finest accommodation types (Deluxe 3 Country View Room, Anantara Suite or Anantara 3 Country View Suite) and will include the following inclusions:

The one night all-inclusive package is inclusive of the following:
·      One night’s accommodation
·      Breakfast following morning
·      Dinner evening of arrival
·      Lunch following day
·      Minibar
·      Internet Access
·      Single use ticket to Opium Museum
·      Your choice of: Spa Treatment, Elephant and Mahout Training or Three Country Tour
·      Cooking Class

Starts from THB 28,300 single (AUD $883) and THB 36,300 double ($1132) per night.

The two night all-inclusive package is inclusive of the following:
·      Two night’s accommodation
·      Breakfast each morning of stay
·      Lunch
·      Dinner each evening
·      Minibar
·      Internet Access
·      Single use ticket to Opium Museum
·      Your choice of: Spa Treatment, Elephant and Mahout Training or Three Country Tour
·      Cooking Class

Starts from THB 26,300 single (AUD $820) and THB 34,300 double ($1070) per night.

The concept is designed to present the resort’s most popular local and international flavours, and to accentuate the overall guest experience.   

Perched on a ridge overlooking the hills of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos, the convergence of the Ruak and Mekong Rivers, as well as picturesque rice paddies and rolling countryside, the Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa opens a window to breathtaking nature.  The Resorts famed on-site elephant camp, designed as a traditional mahout village, offers guests unique opportunities such as to learn to command their very own elephant through specialist mahout training courses, in addition to leisurely elephant treks through lush bamboo forest and along the legendary Mekong River. Guests can cycle to nearby Sai Thung reservoir, or revitalise with an al fresco yoga session in the scenic great outdoors. Native tree planting encourages guests to join the resort’s environmental efforts, and the Lanna cooking school takes guests to a local market before showing them how to master Thai cuisine’s famous four taste sensations, with a focus on northern delicacies. 

Source = Global Hotel Alliance
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