The location, especially at Atta is literally approachable to the National Park’s mountains. No matter where you look, from the room window or from the ground, everything is green. The serene landscape allows you to meet the ‘self’ or ‘atta’ as the name suggests.
Out of 243 residential units in six buildings, my room is a One-Bedroom Suite from which I can step onto the balcony and see the broad views of the lake and the mountains in the mist. The views are picturesque with the skyline and the hilltops. The bathroom is worth mentioning; the bathtub and the shower room are put together with the palatial dressing room. Wide open space is really a strong point here.
As a large property that we can call a kingdom, dining options are never a problem. Guests will be able to choose from Thai cuisine at Acala, a cocktail at the cosy, sexy Sunset Bar, or Italian flavours at MYTH. The resort is highly concerned with the taste and presentation of each dish. If asked for my favourite dining venue, it must be the Tani Japanese-style Tepanyaki Restaurant. The open kitchen and creative chefs with their good humour make the meal more special than ever.
WHY I’D RETURN
Speaking from the heart, the five different meals at Atta were totally wonderful – from breakfast to dinner. The food here should be given some compliments. Secondly, there are about 500 staff to give you services at the resort to make sure you get everything you want right on time.
ATTA LAKESIDE RESORT SUITE
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Text by Sutthimas Roongwitoo / Photos by Atta Lakeside
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