Thailand Spa Break Itinerary

At a glance

  • Activities

    Adventure

    Go on a canal boat adventure, a cycling tour of the temples and play golf in a 700 acre valley of rubber plantations and tin mines.

  • Scenery

    Scenic location

    White sand beaches and lash tropical gardens contrast with buzzing towns and break taking vistas.

  • Local attractions

    Cultural

    Thailand’s rich cultural heritage is evident in the hotels themselves but also the variety of cultural attractions available to visit close by.

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    Luxurious hotels combining contemporary hospitality with the cultural magic of Thailand make for the romantic holiday of a lifetime.

Location

Thailand Spa Break Itinerary

Thailand

Spa & Leisure

The Peninsula Bangkok:

The hotel offers everything by way of health and wellbeing, with a Fitness Centre complete with a gym, steam room, sauna and hot and cold plunge pools. There’s a pool surrounded by loungers and a pool bar, tennis courts, and the spa in a Thai colonial-style building with a number of private suites with steam showers and an ensuite whirlpool overlooking the Chao Phraya River. They offer therapies based on European, Oriental and Ayurvedic philosophies.

Villa Mahabhirom:

The hotel is all about enjoying the location with a strong emphasis on wellbeing. From the salt water pool to yoga classes, beautiful gardens to roam in and a collection of bespoke treatments available in the spa, it’s about really embracing the culture, environment and culture.

Amatara Wellness Resort:

The whole resort is dedicated to wellness, and as a result the spa is at the heart of the experience. There’s a Thai hammam, activities ranging from yoga to meditation, kayaking and tennis, and an array of holistic treatments to complete the experience.

Hotel & Accommodation

The Peninsula Bangkok: sophisticated Thai charm meets cultural intrigue at The Peninsula Bangkok. The hotel has its own green tuk tuk and rooms and suites are the epitome of luxury commanding river views whether you stay in Superior Rooms or the Peninsula Suite. Restaurants offer refined Cantonese cuisine at Mei Jiang or gourmet international fare at The River Cafe & Terrace.

White sand beaches and emerald buddhas, street food, temples and awe-inspiring scenery, Thailand has attracted travellers from far and wide for decades, revealing a cultural and natural magic that makes for the holiday of a lifetime.

Villa Mahabhirom:

A spectacularly beautiful villa combining simplicity and luxury in one, Villa Mahabhirom is in the 13th century city of Chiang Mai on the banks of the Ping River. The all-villa resort offers accommodation ranging from Villa Deluxe with an outdoor living space to a Three Bedroom Villa with a private pool. The restaurant serves home-cooked Thai and international dishes, cocktails are available overlooking the pool, and afternoon tea is in the Mahabhirom Tea Room.

Amatara Wellness Resort:

A luxury wellness resort in Phuket, Amatara Wellness Resort is tucked away on the idyllic island of Cape Panwa overlooking the turquoise Andaman Sea. Health and wellbeing are integral to the experience and rooms and villas range from Bay View Suites to pavilions and suites, each with private balconies and sea views. There is a wealth of options when it comes to dining with three signature restaurants offering traditional Thai cuisine and popular grill food.