Inspiring by tin mining past design concept and the prize winner of HAPA Award 2008 – 2010 (Hospitality Asia Platinum Award) unter “Best Design Concept Hotel and Resort” in South East Asia.
Located in the north-west corner of the island at the southern end of Nai Yang beach, this haven for lovers is spread out over several acres of land and is surrounded by tropical forest on three sides, with unspoiled beaches on the fourth. Step out from your room, villa or private pavilion and you could easily imagine that you are in a tranquil Cotswald village at the height of summer, (but without the tourists) so perfect is the serenity. If you fail to be moved by the peace and beauty of this place, then romance is simply not in your soul.
Designed by Bill Bensley, relaxation is the name of the game, but there is always something unusual to pique your curiosity. Be it the spanner cutlery, the screw toilet paper holder, or the quirky signs, it’s all attention to detail which is designed to take your mind off the world you left behind outside.
There are 227 rooms in total, with six styles of accommodation ranging from The Kelly Quarters, through The Pearl Bed Suites, Plantation Villas, Private Pavilions (Garden and Pool) to The Pearl Shells. All are exceptional, though the latter are somewhat more exceptional than the former, and all have their individual characteristics.
For nature lovers a cycle ride trough the nearby Nature Reserve might be just the thing, but for lovers of another kind the Indigo Pearl reeks of passion. Naturally a self contained village like this has its restaurants and like the rooms, variety abounds with six choices including Thai, Tapas, and a Grill. Or, if inspired by the Adults Only swimming pool perhaps, you would prefer privacy, room service can be arranged.
If you are looking for somewhere to spend time together with someone special, this is it.
Nai Yang Beach and National Park Phuket 83110 Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 76 327 006, +66 (0) 76 327 015
Fax: +66 (0) 76 327 338-9
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