There’s no mistaking where you are when you first step foot into the lobby of the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp and Resort. Traditional Thai decorative details abound at every turn. There are copper plaques that pay tribute to goddesses, as well as dragons, etched into the surface. Gently lit by candlelight, the lobby sets the tone for any visitor’s stay in the Golden Triangle and the ambiance created is beautiful, authentic and deeply atmospheric.
The rooms at the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp and Resort offer sweeping panoramas of the surrounding landscape. Imagine misty morning views that slowly transform into sumptuous sunsets. The property has 77 rooms, 19 of which are suites. Since this is the Golden Triangle, you’ll want to book a room or suite that offers a three-country view of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos. Inside the rooms, guests will enjoy the plush and moody decor. Rich Thai silks, teak wood floors and local artwork and carvings exude the aesthetic native to the area, but combine with modern comforts for a truly luxurious experience. The rooms are plenty spacious, as are the balconies, the perfect spot to sit back and enjoy the views, either of the Golden Triangle or the beautiful gardens that grace the resort.
Dining by Design
Dining by Design is exactly what its name suggests: A program that allows guests to design their own dining experience. Whether you prefer to dine on the resort’s lower terrace and take in the views of the Mekong, in the bamboo forests near the resort’s friendly baby elephants or down in the lush rice paddies, the hotel can help you create an experience that’s not only completely unique but that allows you to fully immerse yourself in the region’s gorgeous landscape. Guests can choose from a selection of menus to enjoy the authentic flavours of Thailand in an equally authentic setting.