Rosewood Phuket Re-Opens

Rosewood Phuket Re-Opens

And gifts guests a complimentary stay at Rosewood Bangkok

Rosewood Phuket has opened its doors to guests once again with a special celebratory offer: Those who book two consecutive nights at Rosewood Phuket before December 19 will receive a complimentary one night stay at Rosewood Bangkok that can be redeemed up to December 30, 2020. 

During their Rosewood Phuket getaway, guests will also receive daily breakfast, an afternoon tea set, and a 30% discount on food and beverages as well as wellness treatments at Asaya.

“We are delighted to be re-opening our doors in Phuket, and with this opportunity to experience both of our Rosewood properties in Thailand we would like to thank our loyal guests for returning, and those new guest for selecting us during these unprecedented times,” says Regional Vice President and Managing Director Andrew Turner.

Rosewood Phuket is a beachfront tropical hideaway akin to an ideal ocean village. The 43-acre resort features innovative architecture with subtle Thai influences and blends organically into a lush natural landscape, while sun-weathered shores and glistening, crystalline waters help celebrate luxury island living.

Guests are able to indulge their culinary cravings poolside at Mai Bar & Lounge which offers breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Renowned for its chic, laidback interior, Mai also serves award-winning crafted cocktails and has the largest gin collection on the island. Ta Khai restaurant is open for dinner, celebrating the four regions of Thailand and each of their distinct flavours. Reminiscent of a local fisherman’s village, it sits alongside the beach and can provide Thai cooking classes and private BBQs.

For more adrenalin-fuelled activities, non-motorised water sports equipment is available including kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, Hobie pedal boards and gear for snorkelling off the resort’s reef. Guests can utilise the fitness centre and participate in group classes such as Yoga & Meditation and Beach Boot Camp.

Perfect for families, Rosewood’s Explorers Club is complimentary for children who are kept entertained while parents get an opportunity to relax. Engaging programs for children of all ages educate them on Thai culture, sustainability, mindful movement, and arts and crafts through fun activities such as Thai weaving classes, Eco Discovery Walks and kite-making. 

For an urban adventure, guests stay at the visually stunning, vertical architectural marvel that is Rosewood Bangkok. Commanding the heart of the capital, its contemporary form is inspired by the wai, the iconic Thai gesture of greeting. The modern silhouette is a creative expression of the Thai spirit and rich Thai culture which is also emphasised in interior design elements. Four restaurants and lounges are complemented by recreational facilities including Sense, A Rosewood Spa; a Fitness Studio; and indoor-outdoor swimming pool. The voucher that guests receive upon check-out from Rosewood Phuket for the complimentary stay includes breakfast.

To protect the health and well-being of all guests given recent health concerns, both hotels enforce strict precautionary measures, including body temperature check for all guests at the hotel entrance, health and travel history declaration for all in-house guests upon arrival, as well as frequent disinfection and hand sanitisers available in the public areas of the hotel. 

For more information or reservations, please visit the website , call the hotel direct at +66 76 356 888 or email phuket.reservations@rosewoodhotels.com.

About Rosewood Phuket 

The 71-room Rosewood Phuket is situated along a 600-meter secluded beachfront at Emerald Bay and marks the first Southeast Asia resort for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts®. Dining choices include authentic Thai dishes at Ta Khai, and a chic poolside lounge ambiance at Mai. The first Asaya, Rosewood's holistic wellness concept, debuted at the resort, featuring bespoke programs of alternative therapies, lifestyle coaching, fitness activities, and specialised healing treatments. Recreation options include a fitness center, Rosewood’s Explorers Club, the children’s facility and a beachside pool. The Pavilion residential-style wedding and events space incorporate the 243-square-meter Glass House, Courtyard, Garden and Beach Lawn.

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