Phuket is set to welcome a new luxury resort just in time for the busy holiday season. Point Yamu by COMO is scheduled to open in November of this year with spectacular food, scenery and service.
Poised on the tip of Cape Yamu, Point Yamu by COMO boasts breathtaking views of the limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay and the azure-blue Andaman Sea. The property is just under a half hour drive from Phuket International Airport. The area is rich with activities and the resort offers private boat trips to secluded beaches and cultural events such as spicy Thai cook classes. Tour managers are also available to plan exotic adventures and side trips for guests.
Your own private luxury sanctuary for you and twelve of your closest friends (or family members).
Searching for the latest and greatest in the land of smiles? Gather your 12 best friends and head directly to the newly opened, and beautifully appointed, X2 Chiang Mai Villa. Set in a mature garden in the center of the city, the villa is both luxurious and private and offers an intimate experience with all the comforts of home.
White is the New Black at Nikki Beach Hotel & Spa Phuket
There are times when all-white isn’t appropriate: a Western-style wedding where you’re not the bride, a rib-eating contest, most exercises not involving a tennis racquet. Then there are times where it’s luxe and posh and perfectly fitting. The Nikki Beach Hotel & Spa Phuket seems to have that fine line down pat. On the 1st of July 2013 they opened their new property adorned in all-white sun beds, draperies and linens in southern Thailand’s famed beach locale.
Soft opening for Centara’s latest property near Chinatown and Hualumphong Train Station.
Feel like traveling to Thailand and getting to experience two countries in one trip? A newly soft-opened property in the Centara brand’s value portfolio offers families, couples, singles and groups of friends the chance to explore both Thailand’s capital city and the city-within-a-city of Bangkok’s Chinatown. It’s a perfect locale from which to experience the smells, sights, tastes and languages of both fascinating places.
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