SALA Resorts & Spas To Open Three New Properties In Thailand

22 October 2012, Thailand – Homegrown Thai hospitality company, SALA Resorts and Spas is due to add three new Thai properties in the next six months to its current portfolio of three properties:  SALA Lanna Chiang Mai (Dec 2012), SALA Rattanakosin Bangkok (Jan 2013) and SALA Ayutthaya  (April 2013).

The group currently operates the SALA Khao Yai, the flagship of the SALA boutique brand; the SALA Samui Resort & Spa and SALA Phuket Resort & Spa.


SALA Lanna Chiang Mai

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Located along the popular east bank of the Ping River and just a short walk to many of Chiang Mai’s attractions and historical sites which date back to the renowned Lanna Kingdom and street markets.  It is also a short 5-minute ride from the famous Chiang Mai night market.  Many of the 16 rooms have beautiful river views, including the 2-bedroom riverview pool suite.

Enjoy a romantic all day dining at The River Cafe or cocktails in the evening when it transoforms into a wine bar and bistro. The Italia lets you have an Italian dining experience.

SALA Rattanakosin Bangkok

Named after the current Thai Kingdom of Rattanakosin, this boutique is set to debut in January 2013.  Conveniently located in Bangkok’s old city, it is within walking distance to numerous tourist attractions and historical sites.  SALA Rattanakosin will feature 17 stylish rooms and suites, most with spectacular views of the mighty Chao Phraya River, the inspiring Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun) and also the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho).

SALA Rattanakosin will also be home to The River, a romantic riverfront dining experience and The Roof Lounge, an exciting rooftop bar with dramatic views of the Chao Phraya River and the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun).



SALA Ayutthaya

Located on the Chao Phraya River in the heart of Ayutthaya, just a short drive from Bangkok, will launch in April 2013.  Guests will enjoy discovering and exploring the many historical sites and ancient ruins of the former Siamese Kingdom of Ayutthaya, founded in 1350.  This historical haven, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offers 27 guest rooms and suites, many with beautiful river and temple views.  Additional facilities include a swimming pool, art gallery and the river, certain to be one of Ayutthaya’s most popular bars and restaurants.

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