The Residences at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai Among Top 20 Resort Properties

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Wednesday June 22, 2011 14:52
Bangkok--22 Jun--Spark Communications

The Residences at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, Thailand, has been selected among the best private residences for investors within fully operational resorts in Property Report South East Asia Magazine's Top 20 Resort Properties 2011.

Chosen by a panel of business and property journalists, the selection was based on location, design, comfort, exclusive services and the range of facilities available to residents. The Residences at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, a unique residential project in Chiang Mai province, offer the ultimate in luxury living and amenities with owners fully serviced by the award-winning Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and have access to a world-class spa, a fully-equipped fitness centre, tennis courts, library and reading room, specialty restaurants and swimming pool.

James Knowles, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Residential Property, Minor International PLC said: “Being chosen among the best resort properties in the region is a tremendous endorsement for the property. The Residences at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai were developed to complement the neighbouring resort giving those that love the breathtaking scenery a chance to enjoy the experience year round while benefitting from five-star management and facilities. The Residences at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai have proven to be an excellent investment opportunityand demand for the remaining units is high.”

Andrew Batt, publishing director at Ensign Media, publishers of Property Report South East Asia, added: "Investment in resort properties is a growing trend in popular tourist destinations. Buyers often become attached to their favourite holiday spot and the added assurance and hospitality offered by a quality resort means many people see these properties as an attractive and secure purchase."

The Residences at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai are located on 30 acres amidst the stunning scenery of the Mae Rim Valley. The project includes 24 Condominium residences and only five Villa Residences. Exquisite design, commanding views, meticulous attention to detail and uncompromising Four Seasons services and amenities ensure an exceptional lifestyle at the most exclusive residences in Chiang Mai, just a short, one-hour flight from Bangkok.

The Villa Residences are architecturally inspired by the concept of traditional “Lanna” Thai-style design with a touch of modern convenience. The homes incorporate everything needed for the ultimate luxury lifestyle: sunken dining pavilion, separateand spacious living villa, state-of-the-art entertainment and home-management technology all with full back-of-house amenities, including two-car garages, maids’ rooms, fully-equipped kitchens and laundry.

The Chiang Mai region in Thailand is known for its temperate weather and beautiful, mist-shrouded mountains and fertile valleys that provide breathtaking scenery throughout the year, including ancient temples, terraced rice paddies, and exotic plants and flowers. The Mai Rim Valley in Chiang Mai offers Four Seasons residents the deep cultural influences and seclusion of Northern Thailand, yet with the amenities and conveniences of a five star luxury hotel.

Chiang Mai has also been voted as number 2 in the Top Cities in Asia by the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2010, and the adjoining Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai has accumulated a number of awards during its lifetime including Conde Nast Gold List and Travel + Leisure magazine awards.

About Minor International PCL

Minor International PCL is one of Thailand’s largest hospitality and leisure companies, with a portfolio of 35 hotels operating in eight countries under the Anantara, Marriott, Four Seasons, Elewana, OAKS and Minor International brands in Thailand, the Maldives, Vietnam, Africa, Australia, the Middle East, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. The company is also one of the leading spa operators in Asia Pacific with over 30 spas under Mandara, Anantara brands. A member of the Stock Exchange of Thailand blue chip SET 50 Index, Minor is also recognized by Asia Money magazine as Thailand’s Best Managed Medium Cap Company for financial and business performance, management strategy and vision, and shareholder value creation.

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