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Indigo Pearl in Phuket launches Rain Promotion

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Indigo Pearl, a 5-star luxury design resort inspired by the tin mining history of Phuket, is trying to combat the misconceptions of Phuket's low season with a special Rain Promotion.

Under the innovative promotion, if it rains for 3 consecutive hours everyday, guests will be entitled to receive one free night stay voucher including breakfast for 2 for each day that it rains. i.e. if it rains for two days for three consecutive hours per day, guests will be entitled to a two free nights voucher. Terms and conditions apply.

The Indigo Pearl is located on Nai Yang Beach, just 10 minutes from Phuket International Airport. Designed by world-renowned architect, interior and landscape designer Bill Bensley, everything down to the finest detail at Indigo Pearl fits 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. The range of 277 distinctive rooms, villas, pool pavilions and suites all embody the Indigo Pearl resort experience and feature surreal design underscored by deluxe comfort.

The resort features a wide a range of leisure facilities, including a luxury Spa, tennis, golf, diving, surfing, swimming, cooking, art, crafting, shopping and more.

The eight food and beverage outlets, on this secluded Andaman Sea beachfront resort, range from Thai at Black Ginger and tapas served al fresco in Rebar to modern European fare at Tin Mine, and the signature fine dining restaurant Rivet Grill.

The Indigo Pearl also accommodates a large Conference Pavilion for up to 900 delegates - including a 600sqm Grand Ballroom and twelve adjoining meeting rooms - targeting the meetings and incentive (MICE) market.

With such a novel promotion, you may just find yourself wishing for rain!

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