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Sixteen days, four countries, eight flights, and six hotels without a hitch.
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Four Seasons Tented Camp

Why We Love This Hotel :

All-inclusive: guests needn’t worry about cash as drinks, food and trips are already paid for

Elephants: the most intimate elephant experience in Thailand - have breakfast with baby elephants, and learn how to command, ride, feed and bathe elephants

Luxury: 15 luxurious tents with bedroom, bathroom & living room - 3 come with outdoor hot tub

  • OVERVIEW
  • ROOMS
  • FACILITIES
  • DINING

From elephant treks to cruises along the Mekong, the Four Seasons Tented Camp has a host of activities for guests to gain a rich cultural insight into the region. Also provided is a stunning pool with a great view, as well as a spa featuring the healing power of mountain botanicals.



Activities

  • Trips to the Golden Triangle
  • Elephant trekking
  • Cooking classes

Health, Beauty and Fitness

  • Jungle gym
  • Spa and nail salon

Swimming Pool

  • Freeform pool and therapeutic whirlpool
  • The surrounding gardens are landscaped with natural rocks and teak logs with a view across the river, providing an idyllic location where guests really are immersed in nature
  • Guests may have wine, cocktails or snacks served to them at the pool, or even have a massage by the relaxing waters
 

The camp offers its guests four dining options: from safari-style dining featuring the best of local cuisine, to elegant bar settings featuring imported wines, beers, and liquors. Private dining options are also available for those in search of a more intimate dining experience.



Burma Bar

Burma Bar overlooks the elephant camp below, with the border with Myanmar in the distance. The bar is best visited as the sun sets, when patrons can enjoy a cool beer or cocktail and admire the views. The cozy bar has plenty of books, maps, tribal antiques and comfy leather couches to keep you occupied and content.

Nong Yao

The camp’s main restaurant, Nong Yao, is open-air with a thatched roof pavilion and wooden flooring allowing guests to dine out ‘safari style’. The rustic restaurant’s central feature is an open fire place, tables are decked with Thai hill tribe textiles and laid with traditional ceramic and silver cutlery.  The restaurant specializes in Thai food and cuisine from neighboring countries, as well as international dishes. On the menu expect to see grilled brie and prosciutto sandwiches, grilled tiger prawns and tamarind sauce and fresh mango and sticky rice.

Private Dining

Private dining and personalized events are also available.

Wine Cellar

Through a pair of heavy wooden doors awaits the camp’s Wine Cellar, storing an impressive range of international and local wines. The Wine Cellar is perfect for a more romantic and intimate evening. 

 

OTHER PREFERRED HOTELS IN THAILAND

• 137 Pillars House
• Amanpuri
• Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort
• Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort
• Anantara Layan Phuket Resort
• Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas
• Anantara Vacation Club Chiang Mai
• Andara Resort
• Banyan Tree Samui
• Capella Bangkok
• Chiva Som
• Dhara Dhevi Hotel
• Four Seasons Chiang Mai
• Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui
• Howie's Homestay
• Iniala Beach House
• Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary
• Khum Sak Tong
• Mandarin Oriental
• Napasai
• Pa Sak Tong
• Panacea Samui
• Pimalai
• Point Yamu By Como
• Rayavadee
• Ritz Carlton Phulay Bay
• Six Senses Yao Noi
• Soneva Kiri
• Sukhothai
• The Peninsula Bangkok
• The Sarojin
• The Siam Hotel
• Trisara
• W Retreat Koh Samui

 
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