All-Inclusive Anantara

Anantara Golden Triangle offers luxury Thai experience for discerning travelers

By: By Deanna Ting

The Anantara Golden Triangle, situated on a mountain top that overlooks the meeting of the Mae Khong and Rhuak Rivers in Thailand’s Golden Triangle (the borders of Thailand, Laos and Burma), is offering an all-inclusive, luxury three-night package now through April 16, 2009 with rates starting from  approximately $2,696.

The package includes Anantara Suite accommodations for three nights; roundtrip airport transfers to and from Chiang Rai Airport; arrival to the resort by elephant; daily buffet breakfast; set lunch for four days; a one-hour spa treatment; a Three Countries in a day tour; a day of mahout (elephant driving; the resort is home to a world-renowned elephant camp) training; set dinner at Sala Mae Name restaurant on the first night; dining by design at a rice paddy on the second night; dinner at Baan Dhalia Italian restaurant on the third night; and a Hall of Opium museum voucher.

The resort offers a total of 58 guestrooms with balconies and 19 signature Anantara Suites. All guestrooms feature bathrooms with signature, oversized terra-cotta tubs, international satellite television and an in-room bar. Its restaurants — Sala Mae Nam, Baan Dahlia and Elephant Bar and Opium Terrace and Hilltop — specialize in different cuisines, from traditional Thai to Italian. The resort is home to a Thai cooking school as well.

Anantara Golden Triangle