AHMS to Open Private Island Spa Retreat in Cambodia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Thailand-based Akaryn Hospitality Management Services (AHMS) has unveiled plans to open a destination spa and retreat on Koh Krabeay, a private island in Cambodia, in Q2 2015.

Akaryn Koh Krabeay Retreat & Spa will feature anti-aging treatments, advanced meditation techniques, yoga for connoisseurs of the practice, latest thinking on harmonious living in nature and other advanced therapies as part of its unique offerings.

Koh Krabeay is one of a chain of emerald islands accessible from the seaside town of Sihanoukville by luxury speedboat in less than 20 minutes.

"The exciting thing about this project is that it gives us an opportunity to define, refine, innovate and create the ideal destination holistic and medical spa that redefines how we live today and equips the guest with tools they can use upon returning home to incorporate these measures and wisdoms into their daily lives," said Akaryn Hospitality Management Services (AHMS) founder and owner, Anchalika Kijkanakorn. "There will be a featured meditation cave, walking meditation practice, and a venerable guru of meditation will be invited to teach on week-long learning. This is in addition to the organic garden that will feature raw and healthy produce that thrives on the island and environs. Guests will be given all the tools in the organic arsenal, the finest technology will be deployed, and we will have the absolute state of the art in terms of weight loss, weight control and reaching your body's desired equilibrium."

Founded in 2003, the hotel group has three fully owned resorts in Koh Samui, Phuket and Hua Hin - as well as the hip adults only akyra Chura Samui, which is operated by the group.

Anchalika Kijkanakorn was recently appointed as Chairman of Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH), making her the first woman and also the first Asian to hold the prestigious position.

Akaryn, Small Luxury Hotels, SLH, Cambodia

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