Intercontinental Phuket Resort, Thailand’s newest InterContinental resort, and SIXT Thailand have formed a pioneering partnership that will introduce a new era of sustainability and green mobility to travellers in Phuket.
The Phuket Hotels Association, a non-profit organisation with 72 member properties, has embarked on an exciting new era with the appointment of a new senior leadership team.
Homa, a pioneering new co-living concept, has unveiled plans to expand its collection of affordable, flexible and eco-friendly residential accommodation across Thailand, with the launch of three exciting new projects located in Si Racha, Phuket and Bangkok.
Meliá Phuket Mai Khao, a 30-suite and 70-villa resort on eight acres of Phuket’s northwestern coastline overlooking the sky-blue Andaman Sea, is slated to open in December.
The Slate the whimsical, art-inspired beachfront resort on Phuket’s secluded northwest coast, has announced the appointment of Claude Sauter as its new general manager, bringing an unrivalled depth of local knowledge, industry acumen and leadership experience to this key role.
MGallery Hotel Collection, part of the world-leading Accor group, has unveiled its latest storied offering in Thailand, with the opening of V Villas Phuket – MGallery.
Laguna Phuket, the premier destination resort spanning 1,000 acres of tropical parkland and beachfront on Phuket’s west coast, has stepped up its efforts to safely restart Thailand’s tourism industry by partnering with the Bangkok Hospital Phuket and launched the first hotel-based PCR test centre for Phuket Sandbox arrivals.
Four Points by Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort, the brand-new international resort in Phuket’s most dynamic district, is set to become the destination-of-choice for events and wedding organisers in the post-pandemic era, after it unveiled its impressive new MICE facilities, including spectacular indoor and alfresco spaces that overlook the Andaman Sea.
Phuket Hotels Association’s Environmental & Sustainability Working Group launched the island-wide initiative in support of Phuket Hotels for Islands Sustaining Tourism (PHIST), the annual high-energy environmental action event. It was seen by thousands of volunteers across the island unite to fight ocean and land pollution.