Anantara understands that when your little treasures are happy, satisfied and entertained, you can relax more deeply and truly enjoy your stay. Which is precisely why Anantara has devised a culinary offer to reward families at every meal time. From an inclusive daily breakfast for two adults and one child, to a complimentary dinner from the kids’ menu which our smaller guests adore, and even 50% off all meals for a second child, dining at Anantara Golden Triangle now comes with a feast of discount surprises.
Accommodation in a room or suite
Daily buffet breakfast for two adults and one child (under twelve years old sharing a room with parents)
One complimentary dinner from kids’ menu per day
50% discount on food for second child (under twelve years old sharing a suite with parents) throughout stay
Now to – April 30, 2011
Deluxe 3 Country ViewRates start from £265
Anantara Suite Rates start from £324
Anantara 3 Country View SuiteRates start from £353
All rates are subject to 10% service charge and 7% applicable government tax.
In Deluxe 3 Country View Rooms, a maximum of one extra person/child is permitted, otherwise a suite must be booked.
Minimum 2 nights’ consecutive stay required.
Rates are subject to seasonal variations and change without notice.
Compulsory New Year’s Eve dinner on December 31, 2010.
Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa In northern Thailand, a luxurious hilltop retreat features stunning views of not one, but three countries. The five-star Anantara Resort Golden Triangle which opened in October 2003 is located close to the historic town of Chiang Saen in the heart of northern Thailand’s hill-tribe country where Myanmar, Laos and Thailand converge. The resort is positioned hugging a hill ridge with views looking down over a jungle canopy to the Mekong River and up to the rolling, green hills of Laos. All 77 rooms and suites feature large balconies with in-built sofas and space for private dining. Guest facilities include an infinity-edge swimming pool which is surrounded by a multi-tiered pool deck and flowered gardens and set into the hillside behind the resort to capture the views over the Mekong valley below. Set in 160 acres of indigenous forest and landscaped gardens, the resort was created by a design team comprising John Lightbody of Abacus Design for the interiors and the award-winning landscape architect Bill Bensley for the gardens.
For more information please visit www.anantara.com