Indigo Pearl takes Thailand’s designer spa offerings to new heights with The Nest at Coqoon, a treatment room suspended from the branches of a banyan tree. More earthbound options are just as seductive: a range of aromatic body treatments is offered in rooms with an industrial-chic design inspired by the raw-planked dwellings that once housed Phuket’s tin miners. For even greater luxury, the Coqoon Suite–featuring a private pool, steam room, sauna, and Vichy shower–can be rented by couples or families, with spa therapists on hand to organize bespoke treatment programs.
Share this Article
Raffles Bali Debuts in Jimbaran
The ultra-luxe brand’s second Indonesian outpost—and the 15th Raffles hotel in the world—is no...
Inside Aman’s New Luxury Camp in Utah
Camp Sarika by Amangiri has just 10 tented pavilions fitted with firepits and heated plunge pools.
Thailand Has Drafted a “Travel Bubble” Plan for Tourists
If approved, the scheme may allow in tour groups from China, Japan, and Taiwan this August.
A Hotel Plated in 24-karat Gold Has Opened in Vietnam
Hanoi’s Dolce by Wyndham Hanoi Golden Lake Hotel makes for an eye-catching addition to the local h...
Thailand’s Borders are Reopening to Some Travelers
Medical tourists, businessmen, and foreigners with work permits will be allowed in from July 1.
Thailand May Not Reopen to Foreign Visitors Until 2021
The government is taking no chances given the resurgence of Covid-19 across the Asia-Pacific region.