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AKARYN Hotel Group is looking to Chiang Mai for its newest boutique Aleenta Resort, a 44-room luxury property that centers around the premium health and wellness experiences that luxury clients are increasingly requesting. Aleenta Chiang Mai Resort & Spa will open in Q1 of 2023.

Anchalika Kijkanakorn, managing director at AKARYN Hotel Group said in a press statement, “After a fruitful few years with the success of the first two Aleenta Resorts, we’re excited to be launching Aleenta Chiang Mai along with the addition of the holistic medical programs, elevating the resort’s wellness offering to an unrivaled level in the region. Continuing to strive for excellence, the Aleenta Resort brand will welcome additional properties over the next few years, expanding beyond the borders of Thailand.”

Wellness Meets Modern Luxury at Aleenta Resort

The Aleenta Chiang Mai Resort & Spa will have a combination of 32 spacious guestrooms with private terraces and 1- and 2-bedroom pool villas. The highlight is a four-bedroom teakwood villa made from antique golden teak and finished with contemporary creature comforts and a private swimming pool—an excellent choice for the families on your client list seeking a traditional Thai living experience.

Innovative holistic medical wellness is part of the Aleenta brand—Aleenta Chiang Mai will offer wellness retreats with tailor-made programs to help clients reach their individual goals. The hotel will have an in-house doctor, nurse and a “master healer” to help your clients achieve optimum wellness and balance through holistic programs that include diet, nutrition, mental wellbeing, physical fitness and medical guidance.

Gastronomes on your list both young and old will enjoy the elevated menus—moms, in particular, will love the marriage of nutritious and delicious for their kids. The resort focuses on creative Thai with a twist, using plant-based, low sugar/carb ingredients using the best of local produce. If your clients opt for health retreats, the nutritionists will be on-hand to tailor-make diet plans to support their health goals, from curbing sugar cravings to losing weight or detoxing.

The hotel’s facilities will include an outdoor swimming pool with lounge area and bar, an all-day-dining restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and a fine-dining menu in the evening, a library bar serving cocktails and drinks in the evening, the Ayurah Wellness center with a full-service spa and a meeting room/event space for up to 40 people, workshop and multipurpose area.

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