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Here it is, the most extravagant hotel room in Thailand

Enter the Explorers' Lodge. 

By Monruedee Jansuttipan | Mar 03, 2017

  • Here it is, the most extravagant hotel room in Thailand
  • Here it is, the most extravagant hotel room in Thailand
  • Here it is, the most extravagant hotel room in Thailand
  • Here it is, the most extravagant hotel room in Thailand
  • Here it is, the most extravagant hotel room in Thailand

The very green, very luxurious Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle (053-910-200, www.fourseasons.com/GoldenTriangle) has lifted the lid on its exciting new room type.

Designed by the Bangkok-based master of exotic luxury resorts Bill Bensley, the two-bedroom Explorers' Lodge measures a very spacious 232 sq meters, complete with long outdoor table and private pool looking out over verdant forest.

Inside is replete with safari touches like a bronze bathtub, antler-shaped wooden chandeliers, ivory headboards and Northern-style homespun cushions.

Room rates start from B172,000 per night for up to six people.

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