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Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

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Escape to the natural wonders of Northern Thailand, just south of Burma, west of Laos, for an unforgettable experience. On our unique min 2 nights stay excursions, you'll have the adventure of a lifetime trekking elephants through lush jungle and spectacular mountain trails. Unwind in our superb luxury tented accommodations, which feature stunning views and Four Seasons luxury.
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Scott M wrote a review Nov 2022
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I’d recommend the Four Seasons Tented Camps at Chiang Rai to anyone looking for the ultimate glamping experience. It has all the elements of camping that you love and still has all the creature comforts you could ask for. Customer service is top notch. Not only did they provide excellent housekeeping and room service at least 2x daily, but the entire camp was aware of our schedule and celebrations and went out of their way to provide a special stay. We celebrated our honeymoon there. They optimized our event schedule with our flight and needs. They setup outdoor hot tubs w rose petals and bubbles and gave us a gorgeous private elephant camp dinner with traditional thai musicians and floating lanterns into the sky. Elephants are treated with such care and respect. We viewed them from our camps, walked with them, fed, and bathed them all centered around the elephants’ natural routines. 5 star! You must book!
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pwhite8314 wrote a review Nov 2022
Bedford, Texas37 contributions36 helpful votes
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Where to start. This place is amazing. It's not just the location; all of the staff are wonderful, the food is fantastic, the elephants are amazing, and the accommodation is something that Indiana Jones would be happy with. Of all the great places we stayed on this trip, this was the most accomplished, serene and relaxing. This will likely turn into a long review, and I don’t blame you for not wanting to read it all, but in summary, this place is expensive, and worth absolutely Every. Single. Penny. If you have any doubts, set them aside, there is nowhere else like this on earth. Arrival was easy; flying into Chiang Rai, there's only really a choice of budget airlines, but that's fine. If you're really fancy, apparently you can get a helicopter from Chiang Mai (next time maybe!). The airport pickup was seamless, after a ~45 minute drive, dropping us off at a pier for the final (short) long-tail ride to the hotel. We were greeted by Naipapron, who was wonderful, We were a little early, so we grabbed a quick lunch, which was amazing. I’m told (by others - I disagree!) I’m a picky eater (although I love thia food), so set-menu’s rarely work out well for me, but during our entire stay I never had anything that I didn’t love. Seriously, for a place that doesn’t have to have great food, it does. There’s always a choice between western and thai, or you can mix and match, as we frequently dd to score the best dessert. After lunch, North showed us to our room, and shared our itinerary with us. If you think this is going to be a few days of lazing around in the forest, think again; they keep you busy! We were there for the elephants, but there's plenty of other activities to fill the day (I say that with more dramatics than are necessary; the schedule is far from grueling, it's easy, and don't worry, every single one of the staff will know where you're meant to be at any given time!). We stayed in Villa #14, one of two villas with the oversized copper tub on the balcony. The views and location are great, it's near the Burma bar, and further from the restaurant, essentially the bar and restaurant bookend the resort, with a path connecting them. We walked everywhere, (the path is separate from the trails that the jeeps use) which is a decent workout, but that was fine by us, nothing like a little walk after dinner. Calling these ‘tents’ is both accurate, and funny. In the technical sense, they do have canvas walls and doors with zips (not the front door – that’s normal), but that’s where the ‘tent-ness’ ends. The interior is beautifully finished, and totally in keeping with the vibe, and the balcony + views are one of a kind. Day 2 (of 4) starts with breakfast with the elephants (as do all of the days). I’m terrible with names of humans, and even worse with elephants, so forgive me for not remembering, but everyone gets a chance to feed the elephants with bananas and coconuts, and it is, of course, surreal. I’m sure those that work there are totally unphased by it all, but it’s a wonderful thing. Today included the one excursion that we didn’t really care about – the Hall of Opium museum. It has all the vibes of a school trip, and has seen better days. If you want to open up a slot on your itinerary, this would be the one to miss. Luckily that was followed by our first ‘My Elephant & I’ session, which although is a group activity, was just my wife and I, and it was amazing. Even as I type this, I’m welling up, the experience was far beyond our expectations. Just being with the elephants and their mahouts is such a grounding experience. As with every day, we ended with sundowner cocktails, followed by a walk to an amazing dinner. We also met Macall, the Camp Manager, and she is just delightful, we would happily stay at any hotel she’s involved with, but, equally, I hope she stays here for a while; never have we met a more friendly, competent host. We’ve all had those ‘manger/GM chats’ at the upscale hotels, and they always tend to be stilted, generic conversations, but not with Macall. I should say though, every member of staff reflects her friendliness and competence. And I do mean every member. The conversations are natural, and honest; they talk about their families, their background etc. Real people with real stories, and not just cogs in a huge hotel machine. As mentioned, I’m terrible with names, and we’ve been zooming in on photos to help remind us, but North, Ton, Raye were all equally amazing. We’re leaving out one other person, he took care of our wine & cheese tasting, as well as our bucket sundowner, and I’m so sorry for not remembering your name. Day 3 was the temple tour day. It was good, but busy due to it being a public holiday. Ton, our guide was great though, and the temples are amazing, but the White temple was a bit too touristy for our liking. The afternoon was our spa session, which is literally buried in the forest. Again, an amazing location, I’ve no idea the logistics required to build and maintain a location like that, but wow, the views are amazing. We did the couples massage, which was great. It’s all open air, including the tub/shower and loo, so it’s a fun experience. The evening was a private bucket sundowner at the Burma bar, which is a lower floor where it’s just you, a view, and with booze and snacks arriving in a bucket on a pully. It’s a fun experience, and nothing is too much for them. The cocktails are fantastic; if there’s a place in the world to enjoy a cocktail and a view, this is it. Day 4, our last full day, started with a bicycle tour, with Ton (we’d mentioned to Macall how great Ton was, and, surprise, he’s now taking care of all our excursions!). I think we ended up doing about 20 miles on the bikes. It was fun, funny and exhausting all at the same time. Ton was a good motivator, only at the end of the ride did he tell us most people bail half way though. Good to know, Ton. The Four Seasons is hidden behind the Anantara hotel, to the extent where it’s not even signposted from the main road. This is by design – only guests get to eat and drink here, so there’s no reason to advertise the hotel. So the bike ride let us see some of the local villages and activities. Could it have been half as far? Yes. Did we love it, regardless of our sore bums? Yes. There’s a weird thing that happens at this hotel, you can detach from life a little, and just go with it. It’s not a conscious thing, it just happens. The afternoon was another My Elephant & I trip, to a different part of the grounds. As before, it's surreal, wonderful, and just life affirming. We departed early the following day for Soneva Kiri, but not before having a final breakfast, and a chat with Macall, who had thoughtfully found a couple of stuffed elephants for our idiot dogs back home, who’d had a little bit of drama during our stay. I said this at the top, but I’ll say it again – this place has everything. Any one thing, the staff, the location, the accommodation the elephants, the food would already make it an amazing place, but all those things combined just make this an absolute, one-of-a-kind destination. My wife and I were blown away by this place, and feel incredibly lucky to have experienced it. Of all the places we’ve stayed, this is, without doubt, the best place.
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Date of stay: October 2022
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Response from Macall Newman, General Manager at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Responded 1 week ago
Dear pwhite8314, Warm greetings from the Bamboo Jungle! Thank you very much for taking the time to share such an overwhelming review of your recent experience at the Tented Camp. It was an absolute pleasure to have you staying with us and allowing us the opportunity to share our special property with you! I am delighted to read how much you enjoyed every minute of your stay and everything the Camp has to offer. The detailed description of the entire experience you have shared touches on so much of the beauty of this property. My team and I are very lucky to call this one-of-kind destination home, and we agree that the combination of every aspect in the Camp, from the natural surroundings, Camp settings, spa, activities, meals, elephants and the authentic Thai hospitality, makes this place incomparable. Thank you so much for your kind words of appreciation to all of the staff with the highlight to Naipaporn, North, Ton & Raye who were beyond happy to look after you throughout your stay. I very much enjoyed connecting and sharing a bit of our magic with you as well. The team is extremely proud that they were able to surpass your expectations, and their hard work has been well recognized by you. Once again, thank you for having chosen to stay with us. We all, including the 'gentle giants', look forward to welcoming you back for another stay in the not-too-distant future. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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Cliosophic wrote a review Nov 2022
New York City, New York13 contributions20 helpful votes
When a restaurant has a superb view, you generally don’t expect great food. So when considering a stay at Four Seasons Tented Camp, I figured that it would do one thing (elephants) really well, and wouldn’t be highly motivated to excel at the rest. I was wrong. This hotel delivers excellence across the board. It starts with the property – no disrespect to Four Seasons, but it is hard to conceive this delightfully idiosyncratic camp emerging from 4S corporate reviews and approvals. And indeed, it turns out the camp was designed and built by a previous owner, and thus omits all the clichés of “luxury” hotel design, delighting the guests with quirks galore, such as forcing the guest to undertake a long mountainside trek to the spa, encouraged by path-side motivating signs: “Don’t Give Up!” and “Almost there.” The minimal amount of landscape intervention gives a strong overall feeling of authenticity (and though a bit over-designed by today’s slightly more zen-shifted standards, Bill Bensley’s interiors (his first for a tented property) still have a whimsey (like the many elephant foot stools) that is irresistible). What I found most remarkable, and which is a testament to GM Macall Newman and the natural hospitality of the Northern Thai people, was that they got everything right, consistently. Housekeeping was invisible, somehow finding their way to the tent only at times you were off doing something else. The food, as others have reported, was truly exceptional. For a small hotel (16 rooms, I think) the variety of offerings was staggering, and the quality and service consistent. The ritual of sundown drinks at the distant “Burma Bar” creates something rare in today’s 5-stay hotel world, routine socialization among the guests. The activities were well curated and, most importantly, well executed. My guide across elephant and non-elephant activities was a 16-year veteran of the property, Mr. “Rain,” who was always ready to depart from the plan, and coped gracefully with a barrage of questions about his life, Buddhism and Thai history and culture. His love for the elephants was manifest (as was theirs for him, especially when he brought them sunflower seed treats). The post-COVID esprit de corps seems strong, and I was continually impressed by the personal greeting, warm smiles and enthusiasm from staff up and down the organization. The only cloud hanging over the Tented Camp is the appalling Chinese sponsored development across the river in Lao (not directly across or within the main view, which remains bucolic, but slightly down river). The ugly casino and massive concrete hotel towers destroy the illusion that you are in a truly remote and unspoiled place. Some nights, when the wind blows a certain way, the thumping bass of the all-night disco wafts into your tent – one night I had to put in ear plugs to sleep. Let me be clear – this is a cloud in an otherwise blue sky, and isn’t yet doing serious damage to the guest experience. But I would recommend coming to 4S Tented Camp sooner rather than later, as this vulgar commercial intrusion could eventually undermine the tranquility and character of the Golden Triangle. For now, prepare for a few days of giddy bliss, looking into the soulful eyes of the elephants, and being pampered by the kind and gracious staff.
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Filomena W wrote a review Nov 2022
wilkes-barre, United States4 contributions7 helpful votes
This is truly a once in a life time experience, from the property to the service, food and staff it does not disappoint. You visit the camp for the elephants and there is plenty of time to interact with the "girls" from morning baths to breakfast feedings to walking with them in the fields. The spa is amazing, the activities hosted by knowledgeable locals and the foods is unbelievable and included in the room charge which is unusual at Four Seasons. I highly recommend this resort
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Dear Filomena W, Greetings from our bamboo jungles and thank you very much for taking your valuable time to write such a wonderful review! I am absolutely delighted that you enjoyed the overall experiences including the hospitality, meals, spa, activities and the quality time spent with our gentle giants. Our team will be delighted to know that their top-notch service impacted your stay so positively, and your kind comments will definitely be shared with them. It was an absolute pleasure to host you at our Camp and we do hope to welcome you back again on your next visit to Thailand. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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yuphapat wrote a review Nov 2022
Bangkok, Thailand1 contribution
The resort is a very exclusive property at the border of Thailand Laos and Myanmar with only 15 tents and 1 explorer's lodge. We got on the long tailed boat to reach the resort . it was a great experience. The resort is well designed to truly connected to the nature. The tent is luxury decorated in safari style with well maintained facilities and very quiet air conditioning system. I love all the activities especially my Elephant and I and the sightseeing tour. The Tour guide is very nice and attentive. He told details about Elephant's life , how people live in Golden Triangle area and details of ancient city and temples, which made the activities very interesting and enjoyable. Also all the staffs are friendly and very helpful. Foods and Drinks are superb in terms of taste,quality and selections. Services are beyond expectations. This was my mom's birthday trip. The resort prepared the nice private dinner by the pool, specially decorated with "Happy Birthday " handmade natured lantern. It was very beautiful. I and my family had a really great time there and we will definitely be back.
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Dear Yuphapat, Warm greetings from Bamboo Jungles! Thank you very much for taking the time to write this lovely review, and for choosing the Tented Camp to celebrate such a special occasion. We loved nothing more than being able to pamper your family and especially your mother! I am thrilled to learn that you had an incredible stay with us from the moment you arrived and were impressed with the tent, facilities, activities, and dining experiences. It is also wonderful for us to hear that our team took the extra steps to provide you with impeccable services which created the most memorable stay. Rest assured that your comments will be shared with the team, it is what motivates all of us to continue creating exceptional experiences for our guests. We all very much look forward to the opportunity of welcoming you and your family back to our Camp in the not-too-distant future. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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Olivia Y wrote a review Oct 2022
New York City, New York3 contributions
We had an incredible honeymoon stay at the Tented Camp! It exceeded our wildest dreams. The food, service, activities, and elephants are incredible. The team helps to curate a perfect itinerary for you and I can’t help but to rave about the food.
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Responded 4 weeks ago
Dear Olivia Y, Warm greetings from the Tented Camp! I am very pleased to hear that you had a memorable experience with us, and glad that you really enjoyed our hospitality, activities and food during your stay. Your kind words are such an encouragement, which I am sure will motivate the team to continue creating exceptional experiences for our guests. Thank you very much for your compliments towards our team including our lovely elephants. It is always a pleasure to have you staying with us, and we look forward to your next visit. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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Andy G wrote a review Oct 2022
Yeovil, United Kingdom20 contributions8 helpful votes
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What a fantastic experience. Hard to pick a highlight of our stay, the boat journey on the Mekong to arrive at the hotel, breakfast with the elephants, open air spa in the middle of the jungle, or just the luxury "tented" accommodation. Add to that the personalised service (all the hotel staff knew our names) and a willingness to do everything to make your stay enjoyable and memorable ensured it was a holiday we will never forget. Just a small word of caution. The paths to get to the tents are a bit uneven and rickety, so care is needed - but it is in the jungle after all. Also there is a steel rope bridge to negotiate too, so for people who don't have a head for heights, you may have to negotiate a few more steps. That said it's good exercise to walk off the excellent food!
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Responded Oct 23, 2022
Dear Andy G, Warm greetings from our bamboo jungle! I am absolutely delighted to read that you had a memorable experience, and how much you enjoyed our Camp and everything it has to offer – in particular our services. The team takes great pride in knowing that they impacted your stay so much and were able to surpass your expectations, thank you for highlighting how amazing they all are. I also appreciate your valuable feedback about the pathways, despite the rugged environment guest safety is our top priority. We will continue to work on the improvement of this area to ensure they are comfortable for all guests. Thank you very much again for choosing the Tented Camp, and we do hope to host you for another stay in the future. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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Ahmed B wrote a review Oct 2022
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Extraordinary property . The four Seaons tented camp is another world . Mixing luxury with the Jungle vibe. All staff made my stay beyond excellent . The views from the tent was the Mountains of Myanmar , waking up to that view and the animal sounds was just out of this world. The hotel staff are so nice and helpful, everything was planned well and nothing was late ever. I’d like to thank the Camp manager Macall Newman, Naipaporn, Mai and Somkid! all four and the rest of staff made my two night magical.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Responded Oct 11, 2022
Dear Ahmed Buhajeeh, Greetings from our bamboo jungle! Thank you very much for staying with us and sharing this excellent review. I am most delighted that you felt the overall property was impressive with the natural views from your tent and the services from our attentive staff. Your kind compliments for the team, in particular Khun Naipaporn, Khun Mai and Khun Somkid will definitely be shared with them to recognize their efforts. We are so fortunate to have such wonderful people to look after our guests, and hope that we will have an opportunity to host you again at our Camp in the future. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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Eeee84 wrote a review Oct 2022
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam27 contributions19 helpful votes
best services ,amazing view ,caring staff , lovely elephants , delicious food , great airport pick up , very luxury and comfortable tents . best best best love love love nothing we can ask for , really great experience very memorable with the cute little elephants ......
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Responded Oct 11, 2022
Dear Eeee84, Greetings from our bamboo jungle and thank you very much for your great review! I am thrilled that you were pleased with your recent stay at the Tented Camp and were impressed by the surroundings, luxurious accommodation, food, lovely elephants and the hospitality provided by our dedicated staff. Your wonderful comments are truly appreciated, and all of us at the Camp look forward to welcoming you back again on your next visit to Thailand. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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William L wrote a review Sep 2022
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Four Seasons starts to wow you when I’m arrived. Excellent services, amazing facilities and well arranged activities. I love the food, employees and even elephants there. This is should be the nicest luxury hotels I’ve stayed before. Ranking the Number one hotel in the world
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Responded Sep 15, 2022
Dear William L, Greetings from the Bamboo Jungle! Thank you very much for taking the time to share this positive impression of your recent experience at the Tented Camp. I am thrilled that you enjoyed your stay with us as well as the genuine service from our team. Your kind review and compliments have also been shared with our colleagues who continue their hard work to ensure future guests have an unforgettable experience like yours. It is absolutely wonderful for us to hear that our Camp is now one of your favorite hotel, and we do hope to host you again in the future. Kind regards, Macall Newman Camp Manager
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$1,987 - $2,418 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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ThailandChiang Rai ProvinceChiang Saen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Which popular attractions are close to Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Nearby attractions include House of Opium (1.6 miles), Sop Ruak - the center of the Golden Triangle (1.4 miles), and Golden Triangle (1.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sala Mae Nam Thai Restaurant, Mekong Pizza, and Baan Dhalia Italian Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle have airport transportation?
Yes, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Chiang Saen (6.9 miles).
Does Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.