Each property is artfully designed to assert the culture, heritage, and character of the hotel’s location, providing its guests with an authentic travel experience while ultimately remaining fluent in grandeur and comfort.
At any of its desirable destinations, memories are made in abundance thanks to Anantara’s passionate dedication to ensuring that each guest has a satisfying stay and a successful journey – one that takes the guest into another culture without forgoing affluence and convenience.
Anantara Al Jabal Akhdar
In Oman’s northwest lies Green Mountain, and here, upon Saiq Plateau, sits Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar. More than 6500 feet above sea level, it is the Middle East’s highest five-star resort and, perched on the rim of a vast plunging canyon, the views from every vantage point are stunning. Surrounded by gorgeous mountain scenery, and with all the benefits of a temperate climate, the resort is perfectly situated just two hours’ drive from Muscat, and near to all the wonders of Nizwa. Based on the awe-inspiring architecture of its ancient counterparts, guests will be enchanted by the towers and courtyards of Al Jabal Akhdar, where historic elegance meets modern luxury. The comprehensive range of facilities include an infinity pool, fitness center and tennis courts, library and spa, not to mention a huge array of dining options. Kids and teens have their own dedicated clubs so the whole family will be well occupied and happy, and the stylishly appointed rooms and private villas offer accommodation to suit all parties.
Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
This award-winning five-star hotel enjoys a fantastic location in the Cambodian countryside, just a short drive away from Siem Reap town center as well as the incredible Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and prized tourist attraction of the country. Contemporary Khmer design is a running theme throughout Anantara’s rooms and suites, lush oasis spa, tropical gardens and range of superb dining options, with a generous helping of wooden flooring, rich textiles and locally-made artistic installations. Each one of the 39 rooms and suites is spacious and fully-equipped with all the latest modern conveniences, and the luxurious floor-to-ceiling windows in every room present tranquil garden or pool views. Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa - true to its name - also offers a memorable spa experience set in a tranquil oasis in the middle of a tropical garden – perfect for easing away those aches and pains after exploring the nearby temple complex or plethora of other nearby attractions. Elsewhere, guests can take a dip in the hot tub, relax in the sauna, dine at one of three on-site restaurants or kick back next to the pool with a cocktail in hand.
Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort
Set on Koh Samui’s idyllic Northern coast, the Anantara resort rests right on the beachfront, showcasing a panorama of sea views from the pristine white sands of Bophut Beach. Within the tranquil surrounds of this beautifully-secluded island, the resort offers a laid-back lifestyle and exotic island experience like none other in Southeast Asia. Anantara means ‘without end’ in Sanskrit and represents freedom and harmony, themes that are evident throughout the resort, from the superbly-designed tropical gardens to the traditional southern Thai architecture. An impressive eight accommodation options are a modern interpretation of the elegant grace of Thai culture with authentic finishes to reflect the local heritage. Guests can dine in a diversity of restaurants here to sample the very best of local flavors and become immersed in the culture-rich cuisine for which Thailand is renowned.
Anantara Eastern Mangroves Abu Dhabi
The majestic architecture of this beautiful hotel sprawls along the waterfront, overlooking the exotic mangrove lagoon. Surrounded by nature and tranquility, a visit to Anantara Eastern Mangroves is an escape and yet, the excitement and bustle of the city is within easy reach. The high, arched ceilings soar overhead as guests stroll through the hotel’s hallways, and beautiful lavish decor enchants within the luxurious rooms and suites. Diners can indulge in international cuisine from the all-day buffet or sample Asian delicacies at the renowned Thai restaurant. Sitting poolside with a cocktail, on the roof at sunset, or enjoying afternoon tea, guests will never want for refreshments and with a range of state-of-the-art facilities, they can remain as active or pampered as they please.
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort
The Anantara is a chic luxury retreat perched atop a high mountain ridge overlooking the confluence of the Mekong and Ruak rivers, and close to Thailand's borders with Laos and Myanmar. It has 58 guest rooms and 19 suites decorated in a style that blends the best of the area's rich fabric and woodcarving traditions with contemporary design. The resort includes a sybaritic spa, an infinity pool that looks over the tree canopy to the Mekong River and up towards the hills of Myanmar and Laos, a fitness center with steam rooms, saunas, squash and tennis courts, a Thai cooking school, and an elephant camp, where you can learn about the importance of the elephant in Thai culture and arrange a ride through the surrounding jungle. The Anantara is also home to three food and beverage establishments: Sala Mae Nam (international buffet breakfast and Northern Thai specialties for dinner), Baan Dahlia (authentic Italian cuisine with a wine selection from vineyards around the globe), and The Elephant Bar and Opium Terrace, the perfect setting for a night cap.
What Others Say
Here is a small selection of the kind words our clients have said about us recently.
Family from Australia
Thank you for putting together such an inspiring trip through Indonesia. We used two different charter boats and, for one leg of the journey, a private charter flight and all were of extremely high quality.
Aman Jet Expeditions
You are invited to Remote Lands’ signature Aman Jet Expeditions, in partnership with our friends at Aman. These are small group journeys designed for people who usually travel independently.