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Starwood to Open W Retreat in Phang Nga Bay, Thailand

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Tuesday, 9 September 2014
 

Starwood has signed a deal to open its third W hotel in Thailand.

Singapore-based Ministry of Design (MOD) has been appointed as the architect and interior designer for the hotel.

Owned by Dr. Wutthisak Limphanit, Thailands renowned medical doctor and skincare entrepreneur, the W Retreat Phuket - Phang Nga Bay is scheduled to open in January 2018.

W Retreat Phuket will be located on Koh Yao Noi, one of the largest islands in the Phang Nga Bay archipelago between the eastern coast of Phuket and western coast of Krabi on the mainland.

The W Retreat will provide an integrated lifestyle experience with 79 standalone villas, starting from 155 square meters in space.

All villas will feature private outdoor areas and plunge pools as well as superlative views of the limestone cliffs that dot Phang Nga Bay.

W Retreat Phuket - Phang Nga Bay will also offer a lobby lounge, an all-day dining restaurant and a specialty restaurant and bar.

It will feature 120 square metres of modern meeting and event space; FIT, a well-equipped workout facility and swimming pool; and a contemporary spa with six treatment rooms.

The W Retreat will be accessible from both Phuket International Airport (HKT) and Krabi Airport (KBV), with a fleet of high speed sea vessels, a private jetty and helicopter landing pad for ease of guests transfers.

Asia Pacific is home to three W Retreat properties, including W Retreat & Spa Maldives; W Retreat Koh Samui; and W Retreat & Spa Bali Seminyak. In addition to W Retreat Phuket in the pipeline, W Retreat & Spa Goa is on track to open in 2015.

Starwood, Retreat, Koh Yao, Phuket

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