Indigo Pearl, a unique new luxury resort featuring contemporary Asian design inspired by the historic 100-year-old tin mining industry
of Thailand's paradise island of Phuket, officially opened to guests on
celebrate its opening, the Indigo Pearl is offering a special rate of US$188 which includes accommodation in a Pearl
Bed room, buffet breakfast in Tin Mine and return airport transfers. The
introductory offer is valid until 21 December 2006.
Indigo Pearl is located on Nai Yang Beach on Phuket’s Northwest shore, just 10 minutes from Phuket International
“It is great to have Indigo Pearl open after months of planning and preparation. We’ve had a fantastic response so far with the resort
already full over Christmas and many guests now booked in for 2007,” said General Manager Anthony Ross, former general manager of
the stylish Sentosa Resort and Spa in Singapore.
The US$21 million fusion of modern architecture and Thai tradition was designed by world-renowned architect, interior and landscape
designer Bill Bensley.
“Everything down to the finest detail fits in with the theme of tin mining, extending through every facet of the resort, from the names of the
restaurants and bars to the staff uniforms,” commented Bill Bensley.
The 277 luxurious rooms and suites are scattered in an enclave of lagoons and jungle and in keeping with high-tech modern demands
have access to high-speed wireless internet links, satellite TV, 24-hour room service and IDD telephone.
With eight food and beverage outlets, the resort on a secluded Andaman Sea beachfront with its own private beach club also aims to
serve the best crowd-pulling Sunday brunch in Phuket.
At the helm is Executive Chef Dion McGrath, a New Zealander joining from
the Four Seasons Hotel Cairo with extensive experience of international cuisine from a decade as a top chef in Hong Kong.
Apart from familiar facilities such as swimming pools, tennis courts and a children’s club, Indigo Pearl also offers several specialist
recreational options -- including a cooking school, scuba-diving centre, fitness and meditation pavilion, and a snooker hall with its own
bar serving fine whiskies from around the world.
Just minutes from Sirinath National Park, Indigo Pearl is
also targeting the meetings and incentive (MICE) market, with its historic infrastructure
accommodating a large Conference Pavilion for up to 900 delegates - including a 600sqm Grand Ballroom and nine adjoining meeting
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