Mandarin Oriental to Open New Resort on Phuket’s Millionaire’s Mile

Guests at the 105-room luxury resort can enjoy panoramic views of scenic Laem Singh Bay and the Andaman Sea.

Laem Singh Bay.

Mandarin Oriental will be opening its second Thai property in Phuket, joining the many upscale hotel brands that have already made their presence felt on the island.

Last November, the highly anticipated Rosewood Phuket launched on a 600-meter beachfront stretch of Emerald Bay in southwestern Phuket, while the Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort opened its doors in 2014 on the west coast.

Scheduled to open in 2020, Mandarin Oriental, Phuket will be located on the west coast of the Thai island, where it will occupy 9.5 hectares of land on an undeveloped beachfront site at the so-called Millionaire’s Mile.

Lapped by the waters of secluded Laem Singh Bay, the 105-room property will feature 37 bespoke pool villas, as well as scenic outdoor spaces, which will offer panoramic Andaman Sea views.

Thanks to the site’s white-sand beach, guests can expect convenient access to watersports like snorkeling and scuba diving.

Hotel facilities include a handful of ocean-facing restaurants and bars, comprising an all-day dining venue, specialty restaurant, sunset bar, and a beach club. There will also be a range of flexible function facilities, ideal for landmark events, social gatherings, or business meetings.

Guests can be rejuvenated at Spa at Mandarin Oriental, which offers signature wellness therapies and treatments, alongside a well-equipped fitness center and two outdoor swimming pools.

James Riley, group CEO of Mandarin Oriental said, “Phuket is one of Asia’s leading leisure destinations and we are delighted to have found such a special site on which to develop our resort. The Group’s established reputation and experience in delivering award-winning service and facilities at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, when combined with this stunning new property, will provide guests a unique proposition for a luxury visit to the entrancing Kingdom of Thailand. We look forward to working with our partners to create this.”

More information here.

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