Sunday, September 29, 2019

What's inside 5 expensive hotels in Thailand

Sala Phuket Luxury Resorts and Spa (Phuket)
When traveling to Thailand, visitors can easily spend more than $ 300 a night at these 5 hotels, because they are known as the 5 most expensive resorts in the golden temple country.

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Sala Phuket Luxury Resorts and Spa (Phuket)
Sala Phuket Luxury Resorts and Spa (Phuket): Located on the famous paradise island of Phuket, this resort is a dream resort of many tourists in the world. For Thais, this place is also famous for being a honeymoon and organizing popular weddings of the "wealthy society." Photo: salaphuket.
Sala Phuket Luxury Resorts and Spa (Phuket)
Sala Phuket Luxury Resorts and Spa (Phuket)
With elegant interior design, beds, tables and chairs facing the nature and rooms with airy open space, it gives visitors the opportunity to make the most of enjoying the beauty of Phuket Island. The starting price of a night in the resort is 320 USD, applied to rooms with a private pool and outdoor bathroom. Photo: youjinfur.
137 Pillars House (Chiang Mai)
137 Pillars House (Chiang Mai)
137 Pillars House (Chiang Mai): Although it is quite close to the center of Chiang Mai city, this hotel still brings a quiet atmosphere, close to the wild nature. The entire campus is encapsulated in rows of lush greenery and beautiful gardens. Photo: 137pillarshouse.
137 Pillars House (Chiang Mai)
This hotel has received many awards for its excellent service and unique style design. Entering here, visitors will think that they have lost in an oasis imbued with Thai culture and history. For a night stay at this splendid hotel, guests must pay at least 270 USD. This includes a butler for your room. Photo: 137pillarshouse.
Six Senses Yao Noi (Phuket)
Six Senses Yao Noi (Phuket): The name Six Senses is a familiar brand for those who love luxurious resort spaces at beautiful beaches around the world. In Phuket, where many of Thailand's most beautiful beaches gather, Six Senses is also one of the top names when anyone mentions luxury and expensive. Photo: theluxevoyager.
Six Senses Yao Noi (Phuket)
Six Senses Yao Noi (Phuket)
Six Senses Yao Noi (Phuket)
Six Senses Yao Noi (Phuket)
The resort is located on a high hill, away from the bustling crowds. As a guest here, you will have your own butler to help organize everything perfectly, best suited to your needs. Each room of the resort has a completely private infinity pool. However, to enjoy this great service, you will have to pay about 300 USD per night. Photo: luxe.tourista, sixsensesyaonoi.
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort (Chiang Saen)
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort (Chiang Saen): In addition to Chiang Mai, Chiang Saen is also one of the places not to be missed when traveling in Northern Thailand. This is an ancient city with many relics of great historical value and also an ideal resort. The Anantara Golden Triangle Resort is one of the most luxurious and splendid destinations in this city. Photo: anantara_goldentriangle.
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort (Chiang Saen)
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort (Chiang Saen)
The resort is located in an ecological park specializing in elephant conservation and often organizes many cultural activities such as cooking classes, boat trips to historic holy places ... for tourists. When coming to Anantara Golden Triangle, you will feel like becoming one with the nature and culture of this land. A night here starts at $ 850. All expenses such as meals, massage services, activities to visit the elephant farm ... are included in the amount above. Photo: anantara_goldentriangle.
The Siam Hotel (Bangkok)
The Siam Hotel (Bangkok): Bangkok is a popular place for tourists to visit Thailand, so it is always full of spaces for you to experience great. However, in the list of famous expensive and luxury resorts in Bangkok, The Siam Hotel has always maintained its leading position. Photo: idesignarch.
The Siam Hotel (Bangkok)
The Siam Hotel (Bangkok)
The hotel is designed to meet all the needs of travelers arriving in Bangkok. In addition to the splendid atmosphere, blending royal style and modern breath, there are many activities to give visitors a Thai cultural experience such as meditation classes and cooking classes, boxing, and Muay Thai classes ... The price for a night in the hotel starts at $ 470, which includes a private butler. Photo: thesiamhotel.

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