AKARYN Hotel Group Launches New Luxury Resort and Spa in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Rendering of teak villas in Aleenta Chiang Mai

The new Chiang Mai property will feature 45 intimate rooms, a swimming pool and lounge, a restaurant, a spa and wellness center and bespoke holistic health and wellness programs.

Chiang Mai, Thailand – The luxury hotel group in Asia, AKARYN Hotel Groupannounced today the opening of its third establishment under the Aleenta Resort brand of luxury resorts, “Aleenta Chiang Mai Resort & Spa” in the first quarter of 2023, following the success of the existing Aleenta Resorts & Spas in Phuket and Hua Hin. Offering 45 bedrooms, a swimming pool, bar and lounge, restaurant, spa and wellness center and a menu of bespoke health and wellness programs and retreats, the AKARYN Hotel Group maintains its commitment to deliver premium experiences with the arrival of its latest property.

Aleenta, which means “a rewarding life” has served as a manifesto for the hotel collection since its launch in 2006 with the first Aleenta Hua Hin Resort & Spa. Committed to delivering a five-star experience, Aleenta resorts are anchored on spacious suites, high-end design, exceptional dining, first-class facilities and holistic retreat programs for ultimate wellness uniting mind, body and mind. Located between the ancient city of Chiang Mai and the region’s lush countryside, Aleenta Chiang Mai will appeal to health-conscious travelers seeking the ultimate relaxation, holistic rebalancing and hospitality experience authentic Thai.

Rendering of teak villas in Aleenta Chiang Mai

Anchalika Kijkanakorn, The Managing Director of AKARYN Hotel Group said: “After a successful few years with the success of the first two Aleenta Resorts, we are delighted to launch Aleenta Chiang Mai with the addition of holistic medical programs, elevating the resort’s wellness offering to a level unmatched in the region. Continuing to strive for excellence, the Aleenta Resort brand will welcome additional properties over the next few years, expanding beyond Thailand’s borders.

Offering just 44 intimate rooms, Aleenta Chiang Mai will offer a combination of 32 spacious hotel rooms, all with private terraces, and one- and two-bedroom pool villas. The highlight of the hotel is a four-bedroom teakwood villa, crafted from antique golden teak that has been salvaged by the owner, restored and carefully reassembled into a new structure, inviting guests to an experience of traditional Thai living with contemporary comforts and a private pool. Tastefully fusing traditional Thai design with modern, state-of-the-art facilities, each villa will be crafted from traditional reclaimed teak wood, manifesting a sustainable design concept while celebrating the essence of rejuvenation. With a clean, contemporary aesthetic, the hotel’s facade will pair well with the state-of-the-art fixtures and fittings, and when it comes to the hotel’s interiors, guests can expect to be greeted by a soothing palette of hues. neutral. , natural materials and sophisticated furniture for an atmosphere that encourages ultimate tranquility.

Rendering of the interiors of a teak villa in Aeenta Chiang Mai

With a mission to provide the best in innovative holistic medical wellness having recently obtained its medical license, Aleenta Chiang Mai will offer wellness retreats with bespoke programs to help clients achieve their individual goals. With a doctor, a nurse and a “master healer”, Aleenta Chiang Mai will help clients achieve optimal well-being and balance in life, through holistic approaches encompassing food and nutrition, mental well-being, fitness and medical advice, all in an idyllic and peaceful environment.

High gastronomy will be a priority at Aleenta Chiang Mai, with the utmost importance placed on curating a menu featuring nutritious and delicious dishes. Advocating that food and nutrition are key components of health and well-being, Aleenta Chiang Mai’s F&B program will offer a creative menu of Thai dishes with a contemporary twist, featuring low-sugar, plant-based ingredients and carbohydrates using the best local ingredients. For those attending health retreats, nutritionists will be on hand to design bespoke diet plans to help guests achieve their health goals, whether it’s curbing sugar cravings and consumption, shedding pounds too much, lower cholesterol or a general detox to cleanse.

Hotel facilities will include an outdoor swimming pool with lounge area and bar, an all-day restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and an evening gourmet menu, a library bar serving cocktails and evening drinks, an Ayurah wellness center offering a full-service spa and meeting/event space for up to 40 people, workshop and multi-purpose space.

Aleenta Chiang Mai Resort & Spa will open in the first quarter of 2023.

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