Four Seasons Resort features spacious Lanna-style pavilions, that overlook terraced rice fields and the mountains in the beautiful Mae Rim Valley.

The resort is located just minutes from the artistic and cultural heritage of Thailand's Northern Capital.

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai offers 99 spacious pavilions and luxury villas as well as multi-bedroom private residences, each with a private covered veranda. All are furnished in a style consistent with a luxurious northern Thai home and fitted with all modern conveniences.

Each Pavilion has luxurious living space with polished teak wood floors, rich Thai cotton decorations and beautiful Siamese art under a vaulted ceiling.  The bathroom overlooks a secluded garden planted with ferns and tropical plants.  Additional outside living space for each suite is provided by a private Thai Sala, which adds to the resort’s “village-like” ambience. 

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai includes two indoor meeting spaces, the largest of which can accommodate 150 banquet style. Conference facilities are unique, combining the tranquillity of the Resort with effective conference settings, making them conducive to executive conferences, weekend retreats and incentive events.

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